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Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust plc

Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust plc

Sector: Unit Investment Trusts, Face-Amount Certificate Offices, and Closed-End Management Investment Offices Region: United Kingdom


EWIT aims for capital growth from a global portfolio of immature entrepreneurial companies, typically with a market capitalization of less than $5bn at time of initial investment, which are believed to offer long term growth potential.

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Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust – April 2013

Before viewing any video interviews you should read the relevant risk warning page where you can find out more about the risks involved in investing in any of our funds. • Read the investment trust risk warning page here. http://www.bailliegifford.com/individual-investor/fund-selector/edinburgh-worldwide-investment-trust.aspx?acc=3 You should also bear in mind that these video interviews: • should not be considered as advice or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a particular investment; • contain information on investments which does not constitute independent investment research; • are not subject to the protections afforded to independent research and Baillie Gifford and its staff may have dealt in the investments concerned. Please also remember that investment markets and conditions can change rapidly and as such the views expressed should not be taken as statements of fact nor should reliance be placed on these views when making investment decisions. The Trust invests in overseas securities and changes in the rates of exchange may also cause the value of your investment (and any income it may pay) to go down or up.

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Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust – April 2013

Executives

Douglas Brodie, Trust Manager
Douglas graduated BSc in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry from Durham University in 1997 and with a DPhil in Molecular Immunology from the University of Oxford in 2001. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2001 and is Head of the Global Discovery Team. Douglas is a CFA charterholder.
John MacDougall, Deputy Trust Manager
John graduated BA in Ancient & Modern History from Oxford University in 2000. John joined Baillie Gifford in 2000 and is an Investment Manager in the Global Discovery Team. John has been a CFA charterholder since 2003.
DHL Reid, Chairman
David Reid was appointed a Director on 1 May 1998. He was appointed Chairman on 1 February 2011 and is Chairman of the Nomination Committee. He was previously a director of Smith and Williamson and of Fleming Private Asset Management.
WJ Ducas, Director
William Ducas was appointed a Director on 22 March 2002 and became Senior Independent Director on 31 October 2012. He is a member of the board of the Weir Foundation charitable trust and is on the International Advisory board of Zamorano University. He was previously a director of West LB Mellon Asset Management and a managing director of F&C Management Ltd of North America.
H James, Director
Helen James was appointed a Director on 2 December 2010. She is the CEO of Investis, a leading digital corporate communications company. Previously, she was Head of Pan-European Equity Sales at Paribas. She is also a non-executive director of The Mercantile Investment Trust.
DAJ Cameron, Director
Donald Cameron was appointed a Director on 2 December 2010. He is an advocate at the Scottish Bar where he has a general civil practice, with a particular emphasis on public law. He is also a qualified barrister in England and Wales, and a director of Murray Income Trust.
Henry CT Strutt, Director
Henry Strutt was appointed a Director on 1 November 2011 and became Chairman of the Audit & Management Engagement Committee on 31 December 2011. He qualified as a chartered accountant in 1979, following which he spent over twenty years with the Robert Fleming Group, seventeen of which were in the Far East. He is a non-executive director of Smith & Williamson Holdings Ltd.

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