Matthew Brett graduated from Cambridge University with a BA in natural sciences and holds a PhD in psychology from Bristol University. He started his career with Baillie Gifford in 2003 on the graduate scheme and is currently an investment manager in the Japanese investment team where he co-manages the Baillie Gifford Japanese fund.
To produce attractive capital growth over the long term through investment in Japan in any economic sector. The Funds share price can be volatile due to movements in the prices of the underlying holdings and the basis on which the Fund is priced. Objective is to produce above average long-term performance through investment in Japanese equities. We believe the Japanese equity market offers active managers a broad selection of high quality companies capable of delivering attractive and sustainable earnings growth for shareholders. Over time we expect this approach to generate better returns than the Japanese market.
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