Fund capitalises on price inefficiencies

The Nevsky Fund will aim to capitalise on pricing inefficiencies resulting from inaccurate consensus forecasts of growth rates and the cost of capital.

At the macro-economic level seven factors are vital: growth, liquidity, assets and liabilities, currency, management, valuation and technical factors such as sovereign risk premia. These factors also operate at the micro level when used as a framework for disciplined company analysis: growth, for example, can be assessed via earnings, liquidity

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