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Baillie Gifford China Growth Trust

LN: BGCG

Market Cap£164m

Last Close 265.25p

BGCG’s objective is to produce long-term capital growth by investing predominantly in shares of Chinese companies. Performance is measured against the MSCI China All Shares Index. Previously the trust aimed for capital and income growth from a diversified portfolio of investments in the Asia Pacific region. Baillie Gifford took over management of the trust from Witan Investment Services on 16 September 2020.

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Investment summary

Baillie Gifford China Growth (BGCG) is a recent entrant to Ballie Gifford’s (BG) house philosophy of investing alongside current trendsetters and future large-scale potential winners. It emerged in September 2020 as BG took over management of the trust, changing the strategy from broader Asia Pacific equities to a mandate of pure Chinese equities (see our initiation note on BGCG). Despite negative newsflow on China over the past few months clouding last year’s euphoria around investing in Chinese equities, the investment case stands firm. Amid heightened risks, for the time being China appears to welcome foreign investors, as it remains in expansion mode within the global financial markets.

Content on Baillie Gifford China Growth Trust
Baillie Gifford China Growth Trust – Year of a bull in motion
Investment companies | research Update | 4 May 2021
Baillie Gifford China Growth Trust – China – we are only at the beginning
Investment companies | research Initiation | 15 October 2020
Witan Pacific Investment Trust – Better investment performance or return of cash
Investment companies | research Review | 16 December 2019
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Price performance
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Actual (3.5) (22.9) (42.7)
Relative* 0.2 (20.8) (43.9)
52-week high/low 505.0p/260.0p
*% relative to local index
Key management
Susan Platts-Martin Chairman
James Hart Investment Director

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