Japan star Sarah Whitley to retire from Baillie Gifford

Brett will also take full control of Baillie Gifford’s £1.9 billion open-ended Japanese fund, on which Whitley currently has a Citywire A-rating, with Donald Farquharson succeeding her as team leader. The news came as two fixed income partners at …
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