RDL Realisation’s (RDL) wind-down of its portfolio carried on full steam ahead in June, with another $5.8m (£4.8m) reduced from its value.
The alternative finance-focused investment trust also drastically reduced its cash reserves in June, from $92.4m to $20.2m over the course of the month.
The London-listed fund, which announced last year that it was shutting down following shareholder pressure over poor performance, said that the total value of its portfolio was $92.5m as of 30 June.
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This is down from $98.3m at the end of May and $104.8m on 30 April 2019.
This was mainly due to $3.7m in repayments of its vehicle service contract loans during June.
RDL announced last week that it received full repayment of its vehicle service contract loans in August in a $27.9m refinancing deal, which will result in a special dividend for investors.
RDL’s shares were trading 4.72 per cent higher at 551.88p as of 2.59pm GMT.