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Home Capital Group Inc (HCG.TO)

HCG.TO on Toronto Stock Exchange

15.67CAD
17 Nov 2017
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Wed, Nov 15 2017

BRIEF-Home Capital Group Q3 ‍shr $ 0.37​

* Home Capital Group Inc-qtrly ‍total loans under administration were $23.2 billion compared to $26.0 billion as a result of sale of loans and lower originations​

BRIEF-Home Capital Group files final universal base shelf prospectus

* Home Capital Group files final universal base shelf prospectus

BRIEF-Home Capital exits non-core businesses including sale of payment services interactive gateway

* Home Capital exits non-core businesses including the sale of payment services interactive gateway

Home Capital to sell payment processing, prepaid card business

Canadian mortgage lender Home Capital Group Inc said on Monday it would sell its payment processing and prepaid card business.

Home Capital to sell payment processing, prepaid card business

Oct 16 Canadian mortgage lender Home Capital Group Inc said on Monday it would sell its payment processing and prepaid card business.

Home Capital says two senior execs to leave in latest reshuffle

Oct 3 Canadian mortgage lender Home Capital Group Inc said on Tuesday two senior executives would be leaving the company, in the latest reshuffle after new Chief Executive Yousry Bissada took charge in August to turn the business around.

BRIEF-Home Capital appoints Edward Karthaus as Executive VP, Residential Lending Sales

* Company does not intend to fill Chief Operating Officer position​

BRIEF-Home Capital substantially completes Project Expo, cuts workforce

* Home Capital substantially completes Project Expo; expects to achieve $15 million in future annual cost savings

Canada's Home Capital cuts 10 pct of workforce

Oct 2 Canada's biggest non-bank mortgage lender Home Capital Group Inc said on Monday it had reduced its workforce by about 10 percent since the second quarter and reaffirmed its expectation to achieve about C$15 million ($12 million) in future savings.

BRIEF-Home Capital announces management departure

* Greg Parker, executive vice president, strategy, will be leaving company effective October 20, 2017​

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