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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Volta Finance Limited LSE:VTA London Ordinary Share GG00B1GHHH78 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.20 6.00 6.40 6.20 6.20 6.20 0.00 07:38:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 38.7 106.0 5.8 227

Volta Finance Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/8/2018
15:52
CIFU going the way of the dodo. Would hope that VTA might be able to attract a little interest and get the discount narrowed. Otherwise could be argued it shouldn't be too far behind.
horndean eagle
31/8/2018
06:13
15c again, but note that income last six months has risen to 19 million from traditional 15 million.
pejaten
29/8/2018
23:50
Should get div news tomorrow or day after?
badtime
22/8/2018
19:08
Fifthed (???). Tks DB always apprec.
yieldsearch
22/8/2018
13:18
Fourthed DB When will it end?
joe say
22/8/2018
13:12
Thirded (??) DB
santar
22/8/2018
12:45
Seconded DB
cerrito
22/8/2018
12:29
Thnx again DB...
skyship
22/8/2018
10:06
Liberum; CLO funds Positive July NAV updates Event All of the CLO funds have reported NAV figures for July with performance broadly positive across the sector. Returns in the month ranged from 0.2% for Marble Point Loan Financing to (-1.3% NAV return to date in 2018) to +1.9% for Blackstone GSO Loan Financing (BGLF). BGLF benefited from mark-to-model gains (+0.8%), mainly driven by European CLOs, in addition to income returns of 1.1%. Performance across the sector has slowed over the past 18 months as loan spread compression has impacted returns. Loan spreads have stabilised as the wave of repricings has declined, with no repricings in July. Volta Finance and Fair Oaks Income Fund have delivered the strongest returns to date in 2018. This continues the trend of recent years. Of the four funds that have been listed since July 2014, Volta Finance and Fair Oaks have materially outperformed Carador Income Fund and Blackstone GSO Loan Financing over the period.
davebowler
16/8/2018
13:09
8 August 2018 According to our early computations, the end of July Early Estimated NAV(*) of Volta is at EUR8.35 per share. Volta's Early Estimated NAV(*) performance is +0.5% for July 2018.
davebowler
16/8/2018
12:22
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davebowler
22/6/2018
10:20
Liberum; CLO Funds Mixed performance in May Event Carador Income Fund and Blackstone GSO Loan Financing have reported NAV performance for May 2018. Carador suffered a NAV decline of -0.4% (6.8% NAV return over 12 months) and Blackstone GSO Loan Financing generated a return of 0.1% (-0.3% NAV TR over 12 months). Blackstone GSO Loan Financing's income return of 1.3% was largely offset by mark-to-market losses of -1.2%. The biggest impact on performance was mark-to-market losses on the European CLOs (-0.8% NAV reduction) which we believe is a result of further spread compression. NAV TR of CLO funds (assumes dividends not reinvested) May-18 month return Fair Oaks Income Fund May-18 0.3% Carador Income Fund May-18 -0.4% Volta Finance May-18 2.4% Blackstone/GSO Loan Financing May-18 0.1% Marble Point Loan Financing May-18 0.7% Source: Liberum estimates Liberum view Performance across the sector has slowed over the past 12 months as loan spread compression has impacted returns. Four of the funds have been listed since July 2014. A clear split has emerged in NAV returns, with Volta Finance and Fair Oaks materially outperforming Carador Income Fund and Blackstone GSO Loan Financing over the period. As previously announced, the board of Carador has commenced a strategic review of the company to consider future prospects and opportunities. A large proportion of the share register (27%) opted for the repurchase pool in Q4 2017 and the ordinary shares have continued to trade at a wide discount (-7.5%) in comparison to peers (-2.9% average). The fund's performance has improved in recent years but the longer term performance has been below expectations (5.9% annualised NAV return over 5 years).
davebowler
21/6/2018
11:01
Whatever chart variant you look at - downtrend busted: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
21/6/2018
10:57
Looks as though London now closing the gap...moved up to 7.00 bid.
skyship
21/6/2018
09:52
Quite a backwardation between London and Amsterdam, 6.94 offered in London and 7.12 bid in Amsterdam. Shame my broker won't let me deal in London.
spittingbarrel
20/6/2018
09:36
Liberum; Event Volta Finance and Marble Point Loan Financing have both reported positive NAV updates for May 2018: Volta's NAV per share rose by 2.4% to €8.45 at 31 May 2018 (April 2018: €8.25). US Dollar strength added 1.2% to NAV performance in the month. Portfolio gains were driven by CLO debt investments (+1.3%) and bank balance sheet transactions (+1.9%). The company has provided additional disclosure on its exposure to Italian investments (Italian companies account for less than 2.5% of the company's European CLO investments). The discount to NAV has steadily widened over the past year and now stands at -17.2%. The average discount for the CLO fund peer group is -3.1%. Marble Point Loan Financing generated a 0.7% NAV gain in the month to $0.984 per share. The company believes it is on track to achieve the targeted 10% dividend in year two. The manager reports a healthy environment for CLO issuance with $54 billion of new CLOs issued to date in 2018. We note reports of a slight widening in AAA CLO spreads due to the high level of new issues coming to market. The stock trades on a 4.7% premium to NAV.
davebowler
20/6/2018
08:57
Like Holts, I have no desire at all for a VTA wind up especially if we may lose CIFU and welcome fact that VTA has a slightly different slant than CIFU/FAIR
cerrito
20/6/2018
07:43
PERFORMANCE and PORTFOLIO ACTIVITY In May, Volta's Estimated NAV* performance was +2.4%, a very good monthly performance in a context of relatively quiet credit markets in general. This month the dollar exposure of Volta contributed positively to half of the performance (1.2% impact). On 28(th) of June Volta will pay a quarterly dividend corresponding to EUR0.16 per share (ex-dividend date was the 7(th) of June).
cwa1
18/6/2018
13:37
Only bought in just before xd date , not sure I want a wind up with such a reasonable yield , but you have to wonder why it is so large .
holts
18/6/2018
12:47
If you have been in VTA as long as me you will know it come to London to try and narrow the discount. I met with management as part of the roadshow a few years ago and that was their stated aim. More liquidity and narrowing of discount. They have failed on both counts. At some point holders are right to ask whether we might all be better served with a discount control management policy or a wind up. Others in the sector trade around par like FAIR. Its possible to do it. If they need a clean slate then wind this one up and start one with investors who actually want to be there.
horndean eagle
18/6/2018
12:34
I topped up this morning at 6.88
spittingbarrel
18/6/2018
12:25
VTA has always traded at a discount so whoever bought in the past has not lost value based on change of discount (unlike CIFU) ? on my side i am happy to buy high yielding at a discount, particularly companies involved in highly leveraged position like vta and cifu, discount is providing additional protection in a downturn
yieldsearch
18/6/2018
11:37
CIFU look like they have bitten the dust and pressured into a wind up. VTA trading on an even bigger discount than them. I don't think its too long before shareholders start getting restless here. They have had long enough to sort out the discount and it simply hasn't worked. Unfair shareholders are lumbered with it. They alluded to discount and shareholders asking for tenders or buybacks in interims. Might come a little more to the fore now.
horndean eagle
18/6/2018
10:23
Income investors may be interested in IPE. This is a bond fund which has dropped from a premium to par recently since the manager resigned. I believe this provides a good opportunity to buy into IPE.
rcturner2
13/6/2018
09:14
I've indulged in a bit of discount fishing here to up my stake by 50%. Not been a great investment so far but the divis have made up for the capital loss so about break-even v money in the bank. Hope to profit from a halving of the discount over the next year or so.
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