Fund Management, Intellectual Capital, Intangibles and Private Disclosure

@inproceedings{Holland2002FundMI,
  title={Fund Management, Intellectual Capital, Intangibles and Private Disclosure},
  author={Joel Holland},
  year={2002}
}
Interviews conducted with major UK fund managers (FMs) revealed that they all faced problems of ignorance and uncertainty in stock selection and in asset allocation decisions. The problems were due, in part, to the limitations of finance theory and the limitations of corporate disclosures and other public domain information sources. They were exacerbated by an increasing intellectual capital and intangibles component to share prices. These problems increased fund manager incentives to directly… CONTINUE READING

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