VPC Specialty Lending Investments PLC Ord

Name
VPC Specialty Lending Investments PLC Ord
Manager
Victory Park Capital Advisors LLC
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BVG6X439
Sector
Debt - Direct Lending
Launched
17/03/2015
OCF
1.91 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.38
Yield
9.4 %
Fund Size
£ 245.44 million
NAV
90
Gearing
99
Discount Premium
-16
To generate an attractive total return for shareholders consisting of dividend income and capital growth through investments in specialty lending market through Platforms and other lending related opportunities. Direct investments may include consumer loans, SME loans, advances against corporate trade receivables and/or purchases of corporate trade receivables originated by Platforms. Indirect investments may include investments in Platforms through the provision of credit facilities, equity or other instruments.
Holding %
Svtw, L.P. 10.77 %
Larkdale I, L.P. 9.14 %
Duxbury Court I, L.P. 6.74 %
Threadneedle Lending 5.65 %
Drexel I, L.P. 4.87 %
Borro 4.16 %
Vpc Offshore Unleveraged Private Debt Fund Feeder, L.P. 3.32 %
Avant, 2.90 %
Larkdale Iii, L.P. 1.67 %
Elevate Credit, 1.60 %
Name
Victory Park Capital Advisors LLC
Address
IL 60606, Chicago, United States
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Richard Levy
Joined 03/17/2015
Brendan Carroll
Joined 03/17/2015
Matthew Ray
Joined 03/17/2015

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