Volta Finance The discount in absolute and relative perspectives (VIDEO)

Volta Finance (LON:VTA) is the topic of conversation when Mark Thomas, Analyst at Hardman & Co joins DirectorsTalk Interviews.

In this interview with Hardman & Co Analyst Mark Thomas on Volta Finance, several topics are covered. These include Volta Finance’s strategy of capital preservation and income stability, the significant discount of Volta’s share price to its net asset value (NAV), and the factors influencing this discount. The conversation also delves into the credibility and sustainability of Volta’s NAV, the performance and resilience of its portfolio, and the comprehensive risk management features inherent in CLO structures. Additionally, Mark discusses the overall investment approach and long-term prospects of Volta Finance, offering valuable insights for potential investors.

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