The primary objective of the Vesteda Companies’ capital management is to ensure that the Fund remains within its banking covenants and maintains a strong credit rating. The Vesteda Companies monitor capital primarily using a loan-to-value (LTV) ratio, which is calculated as the amount of outstanding debt divided by the valuation of the investment property portfolio.
Vesteda’s loan facilities have LTV covenants of 50% at VRF level (corporate unsecured debt).
In the year under review, the Vesteda Companies did not breach any of their loan covenants, nor did they default on any other of their obligations under their loan agreements.
Carrying amount of interest-bearing loans and borrowings
Capitalised financing costs
Principal amount of interest-bearing loans and borrowings
Cash and cash equivalents
Net debt principal amount of interest-bearing loans and borrowings
External valuation of completed investment property (excl. IFRS16)
External valuation of investment property under construction
Total valuation of investment property
Loan to value ratio
Vesteda has performed a sensitivity stress test with regard to changes in required gross yield in relation to the loan-to-value ratio. An increase of the required gross yield of 5.8 percentage points (from 4.0% to 9.8%) would lower the value of the investment property to such extent that an LTV of 50% would be reached.