Volta Finance


€212.2m market cap

€5.8 last close

Volta Finance was established in December 2006 and its investment objective is to preserve capital across the credit cycle and provide a stable income stream to its shareholders through investment in a diversified portfolio of structured finance assets providing leveraged exposure to portfolios composed of a broad range of cash-generative debt assets.

Investment summary

Volta Finance (VTA) posted a 5.7% decrease in NAV in 2020, recovering from the initial 32.4% drop in March. This was mainly supported by CLO equity tranches posting solid monthly returns in November and December 2020 at +11.0% and 9.7%, respectively. Volta had anticipated a downturn for some time and repositioned its portfolio into CLO equity over the last two years. During the early-2020 market turmoil, Volta’s manager focused on securing liquidity by fully deleveraging the portfolio and implementing cost-cutting initiatives. In December, Volta introduced a dividend policy to pay 8% of its NAV (in line with historical yields), which currently implies a prospective 9.2% yield on the share price.

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Price performance
Actual 13.3 50.3 (12.4)
Relative* 7.2 27.6 (6.6)
52-week high/low €6.6/€3.3
*% relative to local index
Key management
Serge Demay Senior Portfolio Manager