Steady compounders don't often look so sexy, says Scottish asset manager

Every company looking for an investor has a story to tell, but only a small percentage of these stories have the potential to become reality, says Baillie Gifford’s investment manager, James Dow. 
James Dow, investment manager at Baillie Gifford. | Photo: PR Baillie Gifford.
James Dow, investment manager at Baillie Gifford. | Photo: PR Baillie Gifford.

Coloplast, Novo Nordisk and Atlas Copco. These Nordic companies are some of the steady compounders that Scottish asset manager Baillie Gifford’s two strategies decided to invest in after research lasting several years. 

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