Volta Finance plc (LON:VTA) is the topic of conversation when Hardman & Co Analyst Mark Thomas joins DirectorsTalk. Mark talks through the key takeaways from a recent management Q&A, explains the worst industries / loans to which Volta is exposed, provides a summary of the Cov-lite documentation, lets us know how quickly the portfolio could be sold, how much the fall in NAV was real and how much sentiment and the situation with dividends.
Volta Finance Limited is a closed-ended limited liability company registered in Guernsey under the Companies Law, 2008 with registered number 45747. The registered office of the Company is BNP Paribas House, St Julians Avenue, St Peter Port, GY1 1WA, Channel Islands.
The Company is an authorised collective investment scheme in Guernsey, regulated under The Protection of Investors Law, 1987. The Company’s Ordinary Shares are listed on the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange and, in addition, on the premium segment of the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and are admitted to trading on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. Volta’s home member state for the purposes of the EU Transparency Directive is the Netherlands. As such, Volta is subject to regulation and supervision by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets, being the financial markets supervisor in the Netherlands.