Many share price collapses could have been predicted and therefore avoided if more attention was paid to companies' annual reports, according to ex-Artemis fund manager Tim Steer in his new book The Signs Were There.
The former manager of the long/short UK Growth fund at Artemis, which had around £750m in assets when he retired from the firm in 2015, criticises fund managers, auditors and regulators alike for failing...
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