The market value of the ordinary shares can fluctuate. Share price, as well as being affected by NAV per share, also takes into account the relevant dividend yield and prevailing interest rates and market sentiment. As such, share price may vary considerably from the underlying NAV, creating a discount or a premium. The greater the difference between share price and NAV, the greater is the discount or premium. VNL has over its history traded at both a premium and a discount. The Company does not have a fixed winding up date and therefore, unless shareholders vote against the continued existence of the company, shareholders will only be able to realise their investment through the market.