- The company has reported that the NAV total return for the year stood at 10.5 per cent against 2.7 per cent of the FTSE All-Share index and in line with the Company's annualised NAV TR since inception of 10.2 per cent.
- The company’s portfolio continued generating strong realisations, and the distributions and income generated in the year stood at £138.1 million.
- The company has further stated that interests in 17 mature secondary and buyout funds were sold for a total consideration of £29.9 million, based on limited upside demand.
- On 9th January 2020, at the time of writing, GMT 08:04 AM, SLPE shares were trading at GBX 352.00, unchanged against the previous day closing price.
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