Prudential Baillie Gifford American S4

Essentials Portfolio Analysis Background Data Performance View PDF Factsheet
Portfolio data accurate as at:

Performance

Discrete performance - to last month end

31/07/17
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31/07/18
31/07/18
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31/07/19
31/07/19
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31/07/20
31/07/20
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31/07/21
31/07/21
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31/07/22
Fund 28.2% 15.9% 44.7% 38.5% -45.1%
Sector 12.2% 12.9% 0.4% 25.1% 0.1%
Rank 3/177 32/179 4/181 8/182 179/182
Quartile 1 1 1 1 4

Annualised performance

Annualised
3 Years to
31/07/22
5 Years to
31/07/22
10 Years to
31/07/22
Fund 3.2% 10.3% 13.0%
Sector 7.9% 9.8% 12.0%
Rank 171/181 104/177 66/155
Quartile 4 3 2

Top 10 Holdings

Stock % Weight
TESLA INC 9.35
MODERNA INC 6.98
AMAZON.COM 6.64
TRADE DESK INC(THE) 6.27
SHOPIFY 4.45
COSTAR GROUP INC 3.67
NVIDIA CORP 3.45
ABIOMED INC 3.22
WATSCO INC 3.10
NETFLIX 2.98
Total 50.11

Fund Aims

Objective: The investment strategy of the fund is to purchase units in the Baillie Gifford American Fund - the underlying fund.

Underlying Fund Objective: The objective is to produce capital growth over the long term. The Sub-fund will invest principally in equities of companies which are listed, quoted, traded, incorporated, domiciled or conducting a significant portion of their business in the United States of America. Such investment may be direct or indirect and the portfolio will be concentrated. The Sub-fund may also invest in other equities, cash and near cash. Up to (but no more than) 10% in value of the Sub-fund may be invested in each of the following: (1) collective investment schemes, including those managed or operated by the ACD and (2) deposits. The Sub-fund will be actively managed and investment may be made in any economic sector.

Fund Manager

Tom Slater manager of the underlying fund for 6 years and 7 months

Photo of Tom Slater Tom is Head of the US Equities Team and is a decision maker for the Long Term Global Growth strategy. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2000 and became a Partner of the firm in 2012. After serving as Deputy Manager for five years, Tom was appointed Joint Manager of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust in 2015. During his time at Baillie Gifford he has also worked in the Developed Asia and UK Equity teams. Tom’s investment interest is focused on high growth companies both in listed equity markets and as an investor in private companies. He graduated BSc in Computer Science with Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2000.

Kirsty Gibson manager of the underlying fund for 4 years and 7 months

Photo of Kirsty Gibson Kirsty is an Investment Manager in the US Equities Team. Kirsty joined Baillie Gifford in 2012 and began her career on the US Equities Team, moving on to spend several years in small and large cap global equities departments, before returning to the US Equities Team. She graduated MA (Hons) in Economics in 2011and MSc in Carbon Management in 2012, both from the University of Edinburgh.

Gary Robinson manager of the underlying fund for 8 years and 3 months

Photo of Gary Robinson Gary is a Partner and Investment Manager in the US Equities Team. He graduated MBiochem in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford in 2003 and joined Baillie Gifford the same year. He spent time working on our Japanese, UK and European Equity Teams before moving to the US Equities Team in 2008. Gary is a generalist investor but retains a special interest in the healthcare sector dating back to his undergraduate degree. Gary is also a member of the Global Stewardship Team.

Dave Bujnowski manager of the underlying fund for 2 years and 2 months

Photo of Dave Bujnowski Dave is an Investment Manager in the US Equities Team. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2018 and became a partner in the firm in 2021. Dave’s investment interest is focused on markets and businesses in which a highly dynamic societal change or business model shift affects potential future cash flow in a monumental and underappreciated manner. Prior to joining Baillie Gifford, he co-founded Coburn Ventures in 2005, a consulting and investment company that studies monumental change in business, markets and society to better understand the powerful forces that shape investment opportunities. In his 13 years at Coburn Ventures, Dave was a Partner, primary client-facing consultant, research analyst and portfolio manager of a long-short, market neutral hedge fund. He started his career in 1996, joining Warburg Dillon Read’s equity research group as an associate semiconductor analyst before joining UBS’s Global Tech Strategy Team. Dave graduated from Boston College in 1993, where he majored in Finance and Philosophy.

Fund Overview

Bid (16/08/2022) 515.50
Offer (16/08/2022) 542.60
Fund size (30/06/2022) £11.15m
Underlying Fund size £3164.85m
Number of holdings 46
Launch date 19/06/2006

Fund Charges

Annual Management Charge (AMC) 1.60%
Further Costs 0.03%
Yearly Total 1.63%

Asset Allocation

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  International Equities 99.02%
  Cash and Equivalents 0.98%
Portfolio data accurate as at: 31/07/22

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Source of portfolio data: Broadridge. Source of performance data: FE fundinfo. We can’t predict the future. Past performance isn’t a guide to future performance. The figures shown are intended only to demonstrate performance history of the fund, after allowing for the impact of fund charges and further costs, but take no account of product charges, or any Annual Management Charge paid for by the deduction of units. Charges and further costs may vary in the future and may be higher than they are now. Fund performance is based upon the movement of the daily price and is shown as total return in GBP with net income reinvested. The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you might get back less than you put in.

This factsheet is for information purposes only. If there is information or terminology included that you would like to discuss, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their policy documentation and supporting brochures for fund availability, investment strategy, any product information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

Portfolio data accurate as at:

Asset Allocation

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  International Equities 99.02%
  Cash and Equivalents 0.98%

Equity Sector Breakdown

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Industry Supersector Sector Subsector
 
Consumer Discretionary 35.07% - - -
 
Retail - 11.03% - -
 
Retailers - - 11.03% -
 
Diversified Retailers - - - 6.64%
 
Specialty Retailers - - - 4.39%
 
Automobiles & Parts - 10.17% - -
 
Automobiles & Parts - - 10.17% -
 
Automobiles - - - 10.17%
 
Media - 9.25% - -
 
Media - - 9.25% -
 
Media Agencies - - - 6.27%
 
Entertainment - - - 2.98%
 
Consumer Products & Services - 4.20% - -
 
Consumer Services - - 3.52% -
 
Education Services - - - 3.52%
 
Leisure Goods - - 0.68% -
 
Electronic Entertainment - - - 0.68%
 
Travel & Leisure - 0.42% - -
 
Travel & Leisure - - 0.42% -
 
Recreational Services - - - 0.42%
 
Technology 25.93% - - -
 
Technology - 25.93% - -
 
Software & Computer Services - - 22.48% -
 
Software - - - 10.91%
 
Consumer Digital Services - - - 7.35%
 
Computer Services - - - 4.22%
 
Technology Hardware & Equipment - - 3.45% -
 
Semiconductors - - - 3.45%
 
Health Care 23.25% - - -
 
Health Care - 23.25% - -
 
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology - - 17.12% -
 
Biotechnology - - - 17.12%
 
Medical Equipment & Services - - 5.32% -
 
Medical Equipment - - - 5.32%
 
Health Care Providers - - 0.81% -
 
Health Care Services - - - 0.81%
 
Financials 4.54% - - -
 
Banks - 2.58% - -
 
Banks - - 2.58% -
 
Banks - - - 2.58%
 
Financial Services - 1.38% - -
 
Investment Banking & Brokerage Services - - 1.38% -
 
Investment Services - - - 1.38%
 
Insurance - 0.58% - -
 
Non-life Insurance - - 0.58% -
 
Full Line Insurance - - - 0.58%
 
Industrials 4.41% - - -
 
Construction & Materials - 3.10% - -
 
Construction & Materials - - 3.10% -
 
Building: Climate Control - - - 3.10%
 
Industrial Goods & Services - 1.32% - -
 
Industrial Support Services - - 1.32% -
 
Transaction Processing Services - - - 1.32%
 
Real Estate 4.24% - - -
 
Real Estate - 4.24% - -
 
Real Estate Investment & Services - - 4.24% -
 
Real Estate Services - - - 4.24%
 
Telecommunications 1.57% - - -
 
Telecommunications - 1.57% - -
 
Telecommunications Service Providers - - 1.57% -
 
Cable Television Services - - - 1.57%
 
Cash and Equivalents 0.98% - - -

Regional Allocation

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  North America 99.02%
  Cash and Equivalents 0.98%

Regional Breakdown

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Region Country
 
North America 99.02% -
 
United States - 94.56%
 
Canada - 4.45%
 
Cash and Equivalents 0.98% -

Breakdown By Market Cap (%)

Mega
 
 
53.48%
Large
 
 
20.42%
Medium
 
 
15.60%
Small
 
 
5.16%
Non-Classified
 
 
4.36%
Cash
 
 
0.98%

Top 10 Holdings

Stock % Weight Sector Country
1 TESLA INC 9.35% Automobiles & Parts United States
2 MODERNA INC 6.98% Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology United States
3 AMAZON.COM 6.64% Retailers United States
4 TRADE DESK INC(THE) 6.27% Media United States
5 SHOPIFY 4.45% Software & Computer Services Canada
6 COSTAR GROUP INC 3.67% Real Estate Investment & Services United States
7 NVIDIA CORP 3.45% Technology Hardware & Equipment United States
8 ABIOMED INC 3.22% Medical Equipment & Services United States
9 WATSCO INC 3.10% Construction & Materials United States
10 NETFLIX 2.98% Media United States

Dual Aspect Equity Analysis

UK Equities Int'l Equities UK Bonds Int'l Bonds UK Gilts Property Other Cash & Equiv Total
Technology - 25.93% - - - - - - 25.93%
Telecommunications - 1.57% - - - - - - 1.57%
Financials - 4.54% - - - - - - 4.54%
Real Estate - 4.24% - - - - - - 4.24%
Consumer Discretionary - 35.07% - - - - - - 35.07%
Health Care - 23.25% - - - - - - 23.25%
Industrials - 4.41% - - - - - - 4.41%
Cash and Equivalents - - - - - - - 0.98% 0.98%

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

The Industry Classification Benchmark is a product of FTSE International Limited and has been licensed for use.

This factsheet is for information purposes only. If there is information or terminology included that you would like to discuss, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their policy documentation and supporting brochures for fund availability, investment strategy, any product information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

Identification Codes

Sedol Code B10SRL0
Mex Code PUBAGA
Isin Code GB00B10SRL06
Citi Code EP83

Fund Charges

Annual Management Charge (AMC) 1.60%
Further Costs 0.03%
Yearly Total 1.63%

Aims and Benchmark

Aims Objective: The investment strategy of the fund is to purchase units in the Baillie Gifford American Fund - the underlying fund. Underlying Fund Objective: The objective is to produce capital growth over the long term. The Sub-fund will invest principally in equities of companies which are listed, quoted, traded, incorporated, domiciled or conducting a significant portion of their business in the United States of America. Such investment may be direct or indirect and the portfolio will be concentrated. The Sub-fund may also invest in other equities, cash and near cash. Up to (but no more than) 10% in value of the Sub-fund may be invested in each of the following: (1) collective investment schemes, including those managed or operated by the ACD and (2) deposits. The Sub-fund will be actively managed and investment may be made in any economic sector.
Benchmark S&P 500 Index + 1.5%
ABI Sector North America Equities

Ratings

FE Crown Crown Rating of 1

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Charges and further costs may vary in the future and may be higher than they are now.

This factsheet is for information purposes only. If there is information or terminology included that you would like to discuss, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their policy documentation and supporting brochures for fund availability, investment strategy, any product information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

Important Information

Because of changes in exchange rates the value of your investment, as well as any money you take from it, can go down as well as up.

Some funds may invest in ‘underlying’ funds or other investment vehicles. The performance of our fund, compared to what it’s invested in won’t be exactly the same. That can be due to additional charges, cash management (needed to help people to enter and leave our fund when they want), tax and the timing of investments (this is known as a fund’s dealing cycle, it varies between managers and can be several days).

Source of performance data: FE fundinfo. We can’t predict the future. Past performance isn’t a guide to future performance. The figures shown are intended only to demonstrate performance history of the fund, after allowing for the impact of fund charges and further costs, but take no account of product charges, or any Annual Management Charge paid for by the deduction of units. Charges and further costs may vary in the future and may be higher than they are now. Fund performance is based upon the movement of the daily price and is shown as total return in GBP with net income reinvested. The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you might get back less than you put in.

This factsheet is for information purposes only. If there is information or terminology included that you would like to discuss, then please contact an adviser. Investors should refer to their policy documentation and supporting brochures for fund availability, investment strategy, any product information and charges. Every care has been taken in populating this output, however it must be appreciated that neither Broadridge, Prudential nor their sources guarantee the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information or make any warranties regarding results from its usage.

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