Prospect Capital Releases March 2021 Quarterly Results, Announces Net Investment Income of $0.19 and 5% Increase in Net Asset Value per Common Share, and Declares Stable Monthly Cash Common and Preferred Share Distributions

5/10, 10:36 PM (Source: GlobeNewswire)

NEW YORK, May 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Prospect Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: PSEC) (“Prospect”, “our”, or “we”) today announced financial results for our fiscal quarter ended March 31, 2021.


All amounts in $000’s except
   per share amounts (on weighted average

   basis for period numbers)
Quarter EndedQuarter EndedQuarter Ended
March 31, 2021December 31, 2020March 31, 2020
Net Investment Income (“NII”)$73,402$81,561$68,476
Basic NII per Common Share$0.19$0.21$0.19
Interest as % of Total Investment Income87.5%84.0%89.8%
Net Income (Loss) attributable to Common Stockholders$246,008$305,921($185,699)
Basic Net Income (Loss) per Common Share$0.64$0.80($0.51)
Distributions to Common Shareholders$69,603$68,824$66,192
Distributions per Common Share$0.18$0.18$0.18
Since Oct 2017 NII per Common Share$2.74$2.55$2.04
Since Oct 2017 Distributions per Common Share$2.52$2.34$1.80
Since Oct 2017 NII Less Distributions per Common Share$0.22$0.21$0.24
Net Asset Value (“NAV”) to Common Shareholders$3,634,940$3,442,734$2,933,375
NAV per Common Share$9.38$8.96$7.98
Net of Cash Debt to Equity Ratio(1)56.5%61.1%74.1%
Net of Cash Asset Coverage of Debt Ratio276%262%233%
Unsecured Debt as % of Total Debt84.3%86.8%92.5%
Unsecured and Non-Recourse Debt as % of Total Debt100.0%100.0%100.0%

(1) Including our preferred stock as equity.


Prospect is declaring distributions to common shareholders as follows:

Monthly Cash Common Shareholder DistributionRecord DatePayment DateAmount ($ per share)
May 20215/27/20216/17/2021$0.0600
June 20216/28/20217/22/2021$0.0600
July 20217/28/20218/19/2021$0.0600
August 20218/27/20219/23/2021$0.0600

These monthly cash distributions represent the 45th, 46th, 47th, and 48th consecutive $0.06 per share distributions to common shareholders.

Prospect expects to declare September and October 2021 distributions to common shareholders in August 2021.

Based on the declarations above, Prospect’s closing stock price of $8.16 at May 7, 2021 delivers to our common shareholders an annualized distribution yield of 8.8%.

Taking into account past distributions and our current share count for declared distributions, and since inception through our August 2021 declared distribution, Prospect will have distributed $18.84 per share to original common shareholders, aggregating approximately $3.4 billion in cumulative distributions to all common shareholders.

Since October 2017, our NII per common share has aggregated $2.74 while our common shareholder distributions per share have aggregated $2.52, resulting in our NII exceeding distributions during this period by $0.22 per common share.

Initiatives focused on enhancing accretive NII per share growth include (1) our recently announced $1 billion targeted perpetual preferred stock offering, (2) a greater utilization of our cost efficient revolving credit facility (with an incremental cost of approximately 1.46% at today’s one month Libor), (3) retirement of higher cost liabilities (including multiple recent tender offers and repurchases), (4) issuing lower cost notes (including recent five year senior unsecured notes with coupons of approximately 3.0% to 3.7%), and (5) increased originations of senior secured debt and selected equity investments to deliver targeted risk-adjusted yields and total returns as we deploy available capital from our current underleveraged balance sheet.

Our senior management team and employee insider ownership aggregate approximately 28% of shares outstanding, representing over $1 billion of our net asset value.

All amounts in $000’s except
   per share amounts
Nine Months EndedNine Months Ended
March 31, 2021March 31, 2020
Net Investment Income (“NII”)$212,508$207,421
Basic NII per Common Share$0.56$0.56
Net Income (Loss) attributable to Common Stockholders$719,675$(178,837)
Basic Net Income (Loss) per Common Share$1.89$(0.49)
Distributions to Common Shareholders$206,288$198,455
Distributions per Common Share$0.54$0.54


Prospect is declaring distributions to preferred shareholders at an annual rate of 5.50% of the stated value of $25 per share, from the date of issuance or, if later, from the most recent dividend payment date, as follows:

Monthly Cash Preferred Shareholder DistributionRecord DatePayment DateMonthly Amount ($ per share), before pro ration for partial periods
June 20216/16/20217/1/2021$0.114583
July 20217/21/20218/2/2021$0.114583
August 20218/18/20219/1/2021$0.114583


All amounts in $000’s except
   per unit amounts
As ofAs of
March 31, 2021
December 31, 2020
Total Investments (at fair value)$5,883,328$5,625,405
Number of Portfolio Companies123122
Secured First Lien 51.8%47.3%
Other Senior Secured Debt15.2%21.2%
Subordinated Structured Notes12.8%13.3%
Unsecured and Other Debt0.1%0.0%
Equity Investments20.1%18.2%
Mix of Investments with Underlying Collateral Security79.8%81.8%
Annualized Current Yield – All Investments9.4%9.9%
Annualized Current Yield – Performing Interest Bearing Investments11.8%12.2%
Top Industry Concentration(1)16.7%16.2%
Retail Industry Concentration(1)0.0%0.0%
Energy Industry Concentration(1)1.3%1.2%
Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure Concentration(1)0.4%0.4%
Non-Accrual Loans as % of Total Assets (2)0.7%0.7%
Middle-Market Loan Portfolio Company Weighted Average EBITDA(3)$81,933$83,092

As of the quarter ended March 31, 2020, Prospect had a 5.05x middle-market loan portfolio company weighted average net debt leverage ratio.

(1) Excluding our underlying industry-diversified structured credit portfolio.

(2) Calculated at fair value.

(3) For additional disclosure see “Middle-Market Loan Portfolio Company Weighted Average EBITDA and Net Leverage” at the end of this release.

During the March 2021 and December 2020 quarters, investment originations and repayments were as follows:

All amounts in $000’sQuarter EndedQuarter Ended
March 31, 2021December 31, 2020
Total Originations
Middle-Market Lending77.2%75.0%
Real Estate17.8%24.8%
Middle-Market Lending / Buyout5.0%0.2%
Total Repayments$182,458$338,011
Originations, Net of Repayments$75,961$7,567

Note: For additional disclosure see “Primary Origination Strategies” at the end of this release.

We have invested in subordinated structured notes benefiting from individual standalone financings non-recourse to Prospect, with our risk limited in each case to our net investment. At March 31, 2021 and December 31, 2020, our subordinated structured note portfolio at fair value consisted of the following:

All amounts in $000’s except
   per unit amounts
As ofAs of
March 31, 2021December 31, 2020
Total Subordinated Structured Notes
# of Investments3939
TTM Average Cash Yield(1)(2)13.7%13.4%
Annualized Cash Yield(1)(2)18.6%17.2%
Annualized GAAP Yield on Fair Value(1)(2)15.2%16.8%
Annualized GAAP Yield on Amortized Cost(2)10.4%11.4%
Cumulative Cash Distributions$1,291,282$1,256,426
% of Original Investment91.9%89.8%
# of Underlying Collateral Loans1,7181,677
Total Asset Base of Underlying Portfolio$16,806,835$17,063,856
Prospect TTM Default Rate1.71%2.06%
Broadly Syndicated Market TTM Default Rate3.15%3.83%
Prospect Default Rate Outperformance vs. Market1.44%1.77%

(1) Calculation based on fair value.

(2) Excludes investments being redeemed.

To date, including called investments being redeemed, we have exited nine subordinated structured notes totaling $263.4 million with an expected pooled average realized IRR of 16.7% and cash on cash multiple of 1.48 times.

Since December 31, 2017 through today, 28 of our subordinated structured note investments have completed multi-year extensions of their reinvestment periods (typically at reduced liability spreads and with increased weighted average life asset benefits). We believe further long-term optionality upside exists in our structured credit portfolio through additional refinancings and reinvestment period extensions.

To date during the June 2021 quarter, we have completed new and follow-on investments as follows:

All amounts in $000’sQuarter Ended
June 30, 2021
Total Originations
Middle-Market Lending91.9%
Subordinated Structured Notes8.1%
Total Repayments$84,725
Originations, Net of Repayments$(17,663)

Note: For additional disclosure see “Primary Origination Strategies” at the end of this release.


Our multi-year, long-term laddered funding profile includes a revolving credit facility (with 32 lenders, an increase of two lenders from before our recent extension), program notes, listed baby bonds, institutional bonds, convertible bonds, and preferred stock under our newly launched preferred stock offering program. We have retired upcoming maturities, including a recent retirement in February 2021, and as of today have zero debt maturing until July 2022.

On April 28, 2021, we completed an amendment and upsizing of our existing revolving credit facility (the “Facility”) for Prospect Capital Funding, extending the term 5.0 years from such date. Pricing for amounts drawn under the Facility is one-month Libor plus 2.05%, a decrease of 0.15% from before our extension. Undrawn pricing (1) was reduced by 0.30% for above 35% and up to 60% utilization and (2) was reduced by 0.10% for above 60% utilization. Our extended facility also has improved borrowing base benefits due to a change in concentration baskets, which we estimate increased our borrowing base by approximately $150 million.

The combined amount of our balance sheet cash and undrawn revolving credit facility commitments currently stands at approximately $814 million. Our total unfunded eligible commitments to non-control portfolio companies totals approximately $24 million.

All amounts in $000’sAs of
March 31, 2021
As of
December 31, 2020
As of
March 31, 2020
Net of Cash Debt to Equity Ratio(1)56.5%61.1%74.1%
% of Interest-Bearing Assets at Floating Rates86.7%86.7%86.1%
% of Liabilities at Fixed Rates84.3%86.8%92.5%
% of Floating Loans with Libor Floors91.7%89.6%90.1%
Weighted Average Libor Floor1.68%1.62%1.55%
Unencumbered Assets$4,401,757$4,208,925$3,561,643
% of Total Assets73.3%73.8%68.3%

(1) Including our preferred stock as equity.

The below table summarizes our March 2021 quarter term debt issuance and repurchase/repayment activity:

All amounts in $000’sPrincipalCouponMaturity
Debt Issuances
    2026 Notes$400,0003.706%January 2026
    Prospect Capital InterNotes®$28,0951.50% – 4.50%January 2024 – April 2031
Debt Repurchases/Repayments   
    2022 Notes$51,8174.95%July 2022
    2023 Notes$4,9455.875%March 2023
    6.375% 2024 Notes$8,3856.375%January 2024
    2024 Notes$233,7886.250%June 2024
    2025 Notes$45,0826.375%March 2025
    Prospect Capital InterNotes®$113,8224.00% - 6.750%September 2023 – September 2043

$1.0825 billion of Facility commitments have closed to date with 32 lenders. An accordion feature allows the Facility, at Prospect's discretion, to accept up to $1.5 billion of commitments. The Facility matures April 27, 2026. The Facility includes a revolving period that extends through April 27, 2025, followed by an additional one-year amortization period.

We currently have seven separate unsecured debt issuances aggregating $1.2 billion outstanding, not including our program notes, with laddered maturities extending to June 2029. At March 31, 2021, $673.3 million of program notes were outstanding with laddered maturities through October 2043.

On August 3, 2020, we launched a $1 billion 5.50% perpetual preferred stock offering program. Prospect expects to use the net proceeds from the offering program to maintain and enhance balance sheet liquidity, including repaying our credit facility and purchasing high quality short-term debt instruments, and to make long-term investments in accordance with our investment objective. The preferred stock provides Prospect with a diversified source of accretive fixed-rate capital without creating maturity risk due to the perpetual term. To date we have raised over $80 million in aggregate issuance of our perpetual preferred stock.

In connection with the preferred stock offering program, effective August 3, 2020 and as amended on October 30, 2020, we adopted and amended, respectively, a Preferred Stock Dividend Reinvestment Plan, pursuant to which holders of the preferred stock will have dividends on their preferred stock automatically reinvested in additional shares of such preferred stock at a price per share of $25.00, if they elect.

Prospect holds recently reaffirmed or initiated investment grade company ratings from Standard & Poor’s (BBB-), Moody’s (Baa3), Kroll (BBB-), Egan-Jones (BBB), and DBRS (BBB (low)). Maintaining our investment grade ratings with prudent asset, liability, and risk management is an important objective for Prospect.


We have adopted a dividend reinvestment plan (also known as a “DRIP”) that provides for reinvestment of our distributions on behalf of our shareholders, unless a shareholder elects to receive cash. On April 17, 2020, our board of directors approved amendments to the Company’s DRIP, effective May 21, 2020. These amendments principally provide for the number of newly-issued shares pursuant to the DRIP to be determined by dividing (i) the total dollar amount of the distribution payable by (ii) 95% of the closing market price per share of our stock on the valuation date of the distribution (providing a 5% discount to the market price of our common stock), a benefit to shareholders who participate.


Shares held with a broker or financial institution

Many shareholders have been automatically “opted out” of our DRIP by their brokers. Even if you have elected to automatically reinvest your PSEC stock with your broker, your broker may have “opted out” of our DRIP (which utilizes DTC’s dividend reinvestment service), and you may therefore not be receiving the 5% pricing discount. Shareholders interested in participating in our DRIP to receive the 5% discount should contact their brokers to make sure each such DRIP participation election has been made through DTC. In making such DRIP election, each shareholder should specify to one’s broker the desire to participate in the "Prospect Capital Corporation DRIP through DTC" that issues shares based on 95% of the market price (a 5% discount to the market price) and not the broker's own "synthetic DRIP” plan (if any) that offers no such discount. Each shareholder should not assume one’s broker will automatically place such shareholder in our DRIP through DTC. Each shareholder will need to make this election proactively with one’s broker or risk not receiving the 5% discount. Each shareholder may also consult with a representative of such shareholder’s broker to request that the number of shares the shareholder wishes to enroll in our DRIP be re-registered by the broker in the shareholder’s own name as record owner in order to participate directly in our DRIP.

Shares registered directly with our transfer agent

If a shareholder holds shares registered in the shareholder’s own name with our transfer agent (less than 0.1% of our shareholders hold shares this way) and wants to make a change to how the shareholder receives dividends, please contact our plan administrator, American Stock Transfer and Trust Company LLC by calling (888) 888-0313 or by mailing American Stock Transfer and Trust Company LLC, 6201 15th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11219.


Prospect will host an earnings call on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 11:00 am. Eastern Time. Dial 888-338-7333. For a replay prior to June 10, 2021 visit or call 877-344-7529 with passcode 10156358.

(in thousands, except share and per share data)
  March 31,
   June 30,
Assets(Unaudited) (Audited)
Investments at fair value:   
Control investments (amortized cost of $2,425,409 and $2,286,725, respectively)$2,721,942  $2,259,292 
Affiliate investments (amortized cost of $168,350 and $163,484, respectively) 299,985   187,537 
Non-control/non-affiliate investments (amortized cost of $3,321,382 and $3,332,509, respectively) 2,861,401   2,785,499 
Total investments at fair value (amortized cost of $5,915,141 and $5,782,718, respectively) 5,883,328   5,232,328 
Cash 100,989   44,561 
Receivables for:   
Interest, net 10,188   11,712 
Other 285   106 
Deferred financing costs on Revolving Credit Facility 7,510   9,145 
Due from broker 2,955   1,063 
Prepaid expenses 195   1,248 
Due from Affiliate 38    
Total Assets 6,005,488   5,300,163 
Revolving Credit Facility 343,537   237,536 
Prospect Capital InterNotes® (less unamortized debt issuance costs of $12,307 and $12,802, respectively) 660,973   667,427 
Public Notes (less unamortized debt issuance costs of $14,259 and $11,613, respectively) 892,342   782,106 
Convertible Notes (less unamortized debt issuance costs of $4,518 and $8,892, respectively) 262,755   450,598 
Due to broker 48,669   1 
Due to Prospect Capital Management 47,441   42,481 
Dividends payable 23,249   22,412 
Interest payable 16,731   29,066 
Due to Prospect Administration 3,745   7,000 
Accrued expenses 3,431   3,648 
Other liabilities 775   2,027 
Total Liabilities 2,303,648   2,244,302 
Commitments and Contingencies   
Net Assets$3,701,840  $3,055,861 
Components of Net Assets   
Convertible preferred stock, par value $0.001 per share (140,000,000 shares authorized, with 40,000,000 shares of preferred stock authorized for each of the Series A1, Series M1, and Series M2 shares and 20,000,000 shares of preferred stock authorized for the Series AA1 shares; 2,654,253 and 0 Series A1 shares issued and outstanding, respectively; 0 and 0 Series AA1 shares issued and outstanding, respectively; 21,760 and 0 Series M1 shares issued and outstanding, respectively; and 0 and 0 Series M2 shares issued and outstanding, respectively)$66,900  $ 
Common stock, par value $0.001 per share (1,860,000,000 common shares authorized; 387,400,554 and 373,538,499 issued and outstanding, respectively) 387   374 
Paid-in capital in excess of par 4,039,776   3,986,417 
Total distributable loss (405,223)  (930,930)
Net Assets$3,701,840  $3,055,861 
Net Asset Value Per Common Share $9.38  $8.18 

 Three Months Ended
March 31,
 Nine Months Ended
March 31,
 2021 2020 2021 2020 
Investment Income       
Interest income:       
Control investments$52,056  $51,833  $151,416  $152,301 
Affiliate investments6,145  2,623  24,333  5,325 
Non-control/non-affiliate investments52,846  57,960  156,125  179,062 
Structured credit securities28,536  26,390  84,735  88,733 
Total interest income139,583  138,806  416,609  425,421 
Dividend income:       
Control investments1,384  2,267  3,645  9,335 
Non-control/non-affiliate investments18  310  62  1,005 
Total dividend income1,402  2,577  3,707  10,340 
Other income:       
Control investments15,877  9,440  45,493  34,012 
Affiliate investments38    102   
Non-control/non-affiliate investments2,556  3,678  8,717  8,528 
Total other income18,471  13,118  54,312  42,540 
Total Investment Income159,456  154,501  474,628  478,301 
Operating Expenses       
Base management fee29,183  26,625  83,866  82,631 
Income incentive fee18,251  17,119  53,354  51,855 
Interest and credit facility expenses32,773  37,646  100,549  113,603 
Allocation of overhead from Prospect Administration2,685  4,096  10,768  13,601 
Audit, compliance and tax related fees989  421  2,267  2,729 
Directors’ fees113  113  339  339 
Other general and administrative expenses2,060  5  10,977  6,122 
Total Operating Expenses86,054  86,025  262,120  270,880 
Net Investment Income73,402  68,476  212,508  207,421 
Net Realized and Net Change in Unrealized Gains (Losses) from Investments       
Net realized gains (losses)       
Control investments121    2,953   
Affiliate investments745    4,469   
Non-control/non-affiliate investments15  26  29  (263)
Net realized gains (losses)881  26  7,451  (263)
Net change in unrealized gains (losses)       
Control investments142,379  (97,444) 323,967  (172,328)
Affiliate investments21,876  (9,516) 107,582  20,746 
Non-control/non-affiliate investments20,705  (150,037) 87,028  (231,766)
Net change in unrealized gains (losses)184,960  (256,997) 518,577  (383,348)
Net Realized and Net Change in Unrealized Gains (Losses) from Investments185,841  (256,971) 526,028  (383,611)
Net realized (losses) gains on extinguishment of debt(12,835) 2,796  (18,415) (2,647)
Net Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets Resulting from Operations 246,408   (185,699)  720,121   (178,837)
Preferred stock dividend 400      446    
Net Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets Resulting from Operations attributable to Common Stockholders$246,008  $(185,699) $719,675  $(178,837)

 Three Months Ended
March 31,
 Nine  Months Ended
March 31,
 2021 2020 2021  2020  
Per Share Data - Basic        
Net asset value per common share at beginning of period$8.96  $8.66  $8.18  $9.01  
Net investment income(1)0.19  0.19  0.56  0.56  
Net realized and change in unrealized gains (losses) (1)0.45  (0.70) 1.33  (1.05) 
Net increase (decrease) from operations (5)0.64  (0.51) 1.89  (0.49) 
Distributions of net investment income to preferred stockholders

 (3) (4) (3) (4)
Distributions of net investment income to common stockholders(0.18) (0.08) (0.51) (0.41) 
Return of Capital to common stockholders (6)(0.10) (0.03)(6)(0.13) 
Common stock transactions(2)(0.02)  (3)(0.11) (0.01) 
Offering costs from issuance of preferred stock(0.01)  (4)(0.02)  (4)
Net asset value per common share at end of period$9.38  $7.98  $9.38  $7.98  

(1)Per share data amount is based on the weighted average number of common shares outstanding for the period presented (except for dividends to stockholders which is based on actual rate per share).
(2)Common stock transactions include the effect of our issuance of common stock in public offerings (net of underwriting and offering costs), shares issued in connection with our common stock dividend reinvestment plan, common shares issued to acquire investments and common shares repurchased below net asset value pursuant to our Repurchase Program, and common shares issued pursuant to the Holder Optional Conversion of our preferred stock.
(3)Amount is less than $0.01.
(4)Not applicable for the respective fiscal period.
(5)Diluted net increase from operations was $0.63 and $1.88 for the three and nine months ended March 31, 2021.
(6)Not finalized for the respective fiscal period.


Middle-Market Loan Portfolio Company Weighted Average Net Leverage (“Middle-Market Portfolio Net Leverage”) and Middle-Market Loan Portfolio Company Weighted Average EBITDA (“Middle-Market Portfolio EBITDA”) provide clarity into the underlying capital structure of PSEC’s middle-market loan portfolio investments and the likelihood that PSEC’s overall portfolio will make interest payments and repay principal.
Middle-Market Portfolio Net Leverage reflects the net leverage of each of PSEC’s middle-market loan portfolio company debt investments, weighted based on the current fair market value of such debt investments. The net leverage for each middle-market loan portfolio company is calculated based on PSEC’s investment in the capital structure of such portfolio company, with a maximum limit of 10.0x adjusted EBITDA. This calculation excludes debt subordinate to PSEC’s position within the capital structure because PSEC’s exposure to interest payment and principal repayment risk is limited beyond that point. Additionally, subordinated structured notes, other structured credit, real estate investments, investments for which EBITDA is not available, and equity investments, for which principal repayment is not fixed, are also not included in the calculation. The calculation does not exceed 10.0x adjusted EBITDA for any individual investment because 10.0x captures the highest level of risk to PSEC. Middle-Market Portfolio Net Leverage provides PSEC with some guidance as to PSEC’s exposure to the interest payment and principal repayment risk of PSEC’s overall debt portfolio. PSEC monitors its Middle-Market Portfolio Net Leverage on a quarterly basis.

Middle-Market Portfolio EBITDA is used by PSEC to supplement Middle-Market Portfolio Net Leverage and generally indicates a portfolio company’s ability to make interest payments and repay principal. Middle-Market Portfolio EBITDA is calculated using the EBITDA of each of PSEC’s middle-market loan portfolio companies, weighted based on the current fair market value of the related investments. The calculation provides PSEC with insight into profitability and scale of the portfolio companies within our overall debt investments.

These calculations include addbacks that are typically negotiated and documented in the applicable investment documents, including but not limited to transaction costs, share-based compensation, management fees, foreign currency translation adjustments and other nonrecurring transaction expenses.

Together, Middle-Market Portfolio Net Leverage and Middle-Market Portfolio EBITDA assist PSEC in assessing the likelihood that PSEC will timely receive interest and principal payments. However, these calculations are not meant to substitute for an analysis of PSEC’s our underlying portfolio company debt investments, but to supplement such analysis.


Middle-Market Lending - We make directly-originated, agented loans to companies, including companies which are controlled by private equity sponsors and companies that are not controlled by private equity sponsors (such as companies that are controlled by the management team, the founder, a family or public shareholders). This debt can take the form of first lien, second lien, unitranche or unsecured loans. These loans typically have equity subordinate to our loan position. We may also purchase selected equity co-investments in such companies. In addition to directly-originated, agented loans, we also invest in senior and secured loans, syndicated loans and high yield bonds that have been sold to a club or syndicate of buyers, both in the primary and secondary markets. These investments are often purchased with a long term, buy-and-hold outlook, and we often look to provide significant input to the transaction by providing anchoring orders.

Middle-Market Lending / Buyout - This strategy involves purchasing senior and secured yield-producing debt and controlling equity positions in operating companies across various industries. We believe this strategy provides enhanced certainty of closure to sellers, and the opportunity for management to continue in their current roles. These investments are often structured in tax-efficient partnerships, enhancing returns.

Real Estate - We purchase debt and controlling equity positions in tax-efficient real estate investment trusts (“REIT” or “REITs”). The real estate investments of National Property REIT Corp. (“NPRC”) are in various classes of developed and occupied real estate properties that generate current yields, including multi-family properties, student housing, and self-storage. NPRC seeks to identify properties that have historically attractive occupancy rates and recurring cash flow generation. NPRC generally co-invests with established and experienced property management teams that manage such properties after acquisition.

Subordinated Structured Notes - We make investments in structured credit, often taking a significant position in subordinated structured notes (equity) and rated secured structured notes (debt). The underlying portfolio of each structured credit investment is diversified across approximately 100 to 200 broadly syndicated loans and does not have direct exposure to real estate, mortgages, or consumer-based credit assets. The structured credit portfolios in which we invest are managed by established collateral management teams with many years of experience in the industry.


Prospect Capital Corporation ( is a business development company that focuses on lending to and investing in private businesses. Our investment objective is to generate both current income and long-term capital appreciation through debt and equity investments.

We have elected to be treated as a business development company under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (“1940 Act”). We are required to comply with regulatory requirements under the 1940 Act as well as applicable NASDAQ, federal and state rules and regulations. We have elected to be treated as a regulated investment company under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, whose safe harbor for forward-looking statements does not apply to business development companies. Any such statements, other than statements of historical fact, are highly likely to be affected by other unknowable future events and conditions, including elements of the future that are or are not under our control, and that we may or may not have considered; accordingly, such statements cannot be guarantees or assurances of any aspect of future performance. Actual developments and results are highly likely to vary materially from any forward-looking statements. Such statements speak only as of the time when made. We undertake no obligation to update any such statement now or in the future.

For additional information, contact:

Grier Eliasek, President and Chief Operating Officer
Telephone (212) 448-0702

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