The main activity of Invalda INVL group – asset management business. Significant part of companies’ assets consists of II pillar assets in Lithuania and Latvia, wherefore the change in legal acts in the pension system could have a negative effect in this business area. We have chosen a regulated asset management business model, and therefore the increase in regulatory burden can increase our costs and negatively impact on profitability. Asset management business must also meet capital adequacy ratios, which may require additional contributions to asset management companies in case of loss.
Our returns may be substantially lower than the average returns historically realized by the private equity industry as a whole because historical results do not show the future performance.
Economic recessions and downturns can affect the companies and assets that we have invested in, both directly and through collective investment undertakings, and reduce their value, while negatively impacting our performance.
Invalda INVL may not be able to realize profits from investments into corporate shares or collective investment undertakings. The companies and collective investment undertakings we invest in may not create value or even destroy it, devaluing our investments.
Our ability to use our capital loss carry forwards may be subject to limitations. Changes in the law or regulations that govern us could have a material impact on our business. Change in taxes and change in regulation of sectors, which are dependent on governmental funding or are regulated by the government, could have negative consequences on our business.
Company‘s and group‘s results may fluctuate and may not be indicative of future performance.
The trading price of our stock may fluctuate substantially. The price of the stock may be higher or lower than the price you pay for your shares, depending on many factors, some of which are beyond our control.
We are subject to market discount risk. Shares of Invalda INVL, AB can be traded below NAV.
We have not approved dividend payment policy and established a minimum dividend payment level; therefore, we cannot assure you of our ability to make distributions to our shareholders in the future.
Changes in interest rates may affect our cost of capital and net operating income and our ability to obtain additional financing.
Credit risk - a risk that purchases of products and services of direct portfolio companies or businesses that we have invested in through collective investment undertakings will not fulfil their obligations and this would make negative effect on profit. Failure to fulfil major part of liabilities in time would affect the usual activity of Issuer. would result into research of additional sources of financial support, which may not always be possible. The Issuer also bears the risk of funds holding in bank accounts as well as investing into short-term financial instruments.
Our investments may be illiquid; there is a risk that we may not exit out investment at the request of the issuer's management. We may exit our investments when the portfolio company has a liquidity event, such as a sale, recapitalisation or listing in the stock exchange, or when the collective investment undertakings we invest in are making payments to investors.
Our investments into corporate shares and collective investment undertakings are extremely risky and in the worst case the company could lose its entire investment.
When we are a minority equity investor in a portfolio company, we may not be in a position to control the entity and management of the company may make decisions that could decrease the value of our portfolio holdings.