Volati acquires and develops strong, successful businesses, with a focus on creating long-term value growth.
Through an active acquisition strategy and its vision to be regarded as Sweden’s best owner of medium-sized companies, Volati has delivered strong and sustainable growth in profitability since the start in 2003. Volati primarily owns Nordic companies, predominantly in Sweden. The Group is divided into three business areas with a focus on value-adding add-on acquisitions of companies with longterm sustainable business models. Volati has been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2016.
Three business areas
A Nordic market-leading trading group primarily supplying materials to the construction industry and building hardware stores.
A Nordic market-leading full-service supplier of self-adhesive labels and labelling machines.
Four platforms with market-leading positions and high growth potential in their niches.
Volati’s financial targets are designed to support continuing successful operations in accordance with our business model. The targets should be assessed on an overall basis.
The target is average annual growth in EBITA per ordinary share of at least 15 percent over a business cycle.
Return on adjusted equity
The long-term target is a return on adjusted equity of 20 percent.
The target is a net debt/adjusted EBITDA ratio of 2 to 3 times, and not exceeding 3.5 times.
Vision, Business concept, goal & strategy
Volati's vision is to be regarded as Sweden's best owner of medium-sized companies.
Volati creates value by acquiring companies with proven business models, leading market positions and strong cash flows at reasonable valuations, and develops them with an emphasis on long-term value creation.
Volati's overall goal is to generate long-term value growth.
Acquisitions are a central feature of Volati’s strategy. Volati acquires companies with proven business models, leading market positions and strong cash flows at reasonable valuations, and develops these with an emphasis on long-term value creation. Volati’s corporate-development strategy is based on retaining the entrepreneurial spirit of companies and supplementing leadership, expertise, processes and financial resources.