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Mick Brewis

Mick Brewis

About Mick Brewis

Mick Brewis adopts the house style that selects stocks with above average growth prospects. The North American specialist draws on the support of Baillie Gifford's North American equity team, which conducts detailed research on companies Brewis earmarks as attractive. Brewis was born in Scotland in 1964 and graduated from Cambridge University in 1985 with a degree in Economics. A fund manager for more than 15 years, his key retail fund is the Baillie Gifford American unit trust. He also manages more than a billion in US institutional money.

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