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Provident Financial PLC (PFG.L)

PFG.L on London Stock Exchange

819.00GBp
15 Dec 2017
Change (% chg)

9.00 (+1.11%)
Prev Close
810.00
Open
808.50
Day's High
829.50
Day's Low
804.00
Volume
1,453,573
Avg. Vol
2,198,294
52-wk High
3,284.00
52-wk Low
426.60

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Tue, Dec 5 2017

UPDATE 2-Provident hit again as UK regulator opens new probe

* Shares fall as much as 15.9 pct http://bit.ly/2BLIZBJ (Adds details, share movement, analyst comments)

Provident's Moneybarn unit being investigated by UK's FCA

Dec 5 British lender Provident Financial said the country's financial watchdog had opened an investigation into Moneybarn, its car and van financing arm.

BRIEF-Provident Financial Informed UK's FCA Starts Probe Into Moneybarn

* HAS BEEN INFORMED THAT FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY (FCA) HAS COMMENCED AN INVESTIGATION INTO MONEYBARN

BRIEF-Provident Financial Says Exec Chairman To Lead Process To Appoint CEO

* PROVIDENT FINANCIAL PLC - ‍STUART SINCLAIR ASSUMES ROLE OF SENIOR INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT​

CORRECTED-Provident Financial says Executive Chairman Manjit Wolstenholme dead

Nov 24 British subprime lender Provident Financial Plc said Executive Chairman Manjit Wolstenholme died at age 53 on Thursday.

BRIEF-Provident Financial Plc announces death of executive chairman

* SAYS THAT EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN MANJIT WOLSTENHOLME HAS PASSED AWAY SUDDENLY ON NOV 23, 2017​

BRIEF-Provident Financial names first chief risk officer-source

* PROVIDENT FINANCIAL APPOINTS NORTHERN ROCK 'RESCUE EXECUTIVE' RICK HUNKIN AS ITS FIRST CHIEF RISK OFFICER- SOURCE Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 80 6749 1136)

BRIEF-Deutsche Bank cuts stake in Provident Financial to 6.73 pct - filing‍​

* DEUTSCHE BANK AG CUTS STAKE IN PROVIDENT FINANCIAL TO 6.73 PERCENT FROM 8.05 PERCENT EARLIER - FILING‍​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

British debt collector Cabot to launch 1 bln stg IPO next week - source

LONDON, Oct 13 Britain's biggest debt collector Cabot Credit Management is set to launch a stock market debut next week expected to value it at about 1 billion pounds ($1.3 billion) after a delay last month to revamp its board, a person familiar with the matter said.

UPDATE 2-Provident tries to revive home credit unit as annual loss looms

* Still sees FY loss between 80-120 mln stg for home credit unit

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