Baillie Gifford expands into 'robust and exciting' advisory sector

'People need more advice'

Jayna Rana
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"Simply put, people need more advice. There may be a dip, like we are seeing now, but over the long term we see a robust and exciting growth sector" - Baillie Gifford's James Budden
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"Simply put, people need more advice. There may be a dip, like we are seeing now, but over the long term we see a robust and exciting growth sector" - Baillie Gifford's James Budden

Edinburgh-based fund house Baillie Gifford has revealed it has started building an advisory business to engage better with the wider IFA market, and has also launched a Multi Asset Income fund.

Speaking to PA's sister title Investment Week, head of distribution and marketing James Budden said the group had enjoyed increasing engagement and success within the discretionary fund management ...

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