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Provident Financial PLC (PFG.L)

PFG.L on London Stock Exchange

656.60GBp
23 Feb 2018
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Fri, Feb 2 2018

REFILE-BRIEF-‍Stuart Sinclair appointed interim chairman of Provident Financial ​

* LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC - ‍STUART SINCLAIR, AN INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF LLOYDS, WILL BE APPOINTED INTERIM CHAIRMAN OF PROVIDENT FINANCIAL (NOT LLOYDS)​

UPDATE 2-UK lender Provident Financial appoints acting chairman as CEO

* Shares jump 4.5 pct (Adds details, analyst comments, share movement)

Doorstep lender Provident Financial names new CEO

Feb 2 Troubled doorstep lender Provident Financial has appointed acting chairman Malcolm Le ‎May as its CEO with immediate effect, the company said on Friday.

BRIEF- Provident Financial Appoints Malcolm Le May As Group CEO

* ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF MALCOLM LE MAY AS GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Provident Financial to name Malcolm Le ‎May as new CEO - Sky News

Feb 1 British lender Provident Financial Plc will appoint its interim executive chairman, Malcolm Le May, as the company's new chief executive, Sky News reported on Thursday.

Provident Financial former executives sue lender over "unfair dismissal" - The Times

Four former executives have raised employment tribunal claims for unfair dismissals against Provident Financial Plc, dealing a fresh blow to the subprime lender struggling to revive its door-to-door operations, The Times reported on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Provident Financial former execs sue lender over "unfair dismissal" - The Times

Jan 29 Four former executives have raised employment tribunal claims for unfair dismissals against Provident Financial Plc, dealing a fresh blow to the subprime lender struggling to revive its door-to-door operations, The Times reported on Monday.

Provident Financial former execs sue lender over "unfair dismissal" - The Times

Jan 29 Four former executives have raised employment tribunal claims for unfair dismissals against Provident Financial Plc, dealing a fresh blow to the subprime lender struggling to revive its door-to-door operations, The Times reported on Monday.

BRIEF-Provident Financial Says David Sear Resigned From Board

* DAVID SEAR HAS DECIDED TO STEP DOWN FROM BOARD AS FROM TODAY'S DATE​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

RPT-UPDATE 2-Provident Financial lays blame at doorstep as divisional losses rise

Jan 16 Provident Financial expects to report a loss of about 120 million pounds ($165 million) in its consumer credit division for 2017 as it struggles to win back customers following problems at its door-to-door lending business.

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