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Close Brothers Group PLC (CBRO.L)

CBRO.L on London Stock Exchange

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21 Jun 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Close Brothers Says Finance Director ‍Jonathan Howell To Leave​ Company
Thursday, 25 Jan 2018 

Jan 25 (Reuters) - Close Brothers Group Plc ::FINANCE DIRECTOR ‍JONATHAN HOWELL HAS INFORMED BOARD OF HIS DECISION TO LEAVE COMPANY TO PURSUE NEXT STAGE OF HIS CAREER​.‍BOARD WILL NOW COMMENCE A FORMAL SEARCH FOR HIS SUCCESSOR INVOLVING BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CANDIDATES​.  Full Article

Close Brothers- Announces Programme To Purchase Shares Worth 7.4 Million Stg
Thursday, 30 Nov 2017 

Close Brothers Group Plc ::CLOSE BROTHERS GROUP PLC - ‍PROGRAMME TO PURCHASE SHARES WITH AN AGGREGATE MARKET VALUE EQUIVALENT TO £7.4 MILLION, WILL COMMENCE ON 30 NOVEMBER 2017​.CLOSE BROTHERS GROUP PLC - PURPOSE OF SHARE PURCHASE IS TO MEET FUTURE OBLIGATIONS ARISING FROM GROUP'S ALL-EMPLOYEE SHARE OPTION SCHEMES.CLOSE BROTHERS- ANNOUNCES PROGRAMME TO PURCHASE SHARES WORTH 7.4 MILLION STG.  Full Article

British lender Close Brothers' Q1 boosted by banking unit, market maker
Thursday, 16 Nov 2017 

Nov 16 (Reuters) - Close Brothers Group Plc :QTRLY ‍LOAN BOOK INCREASED 1.4% IN PERIOD TO £7.0 BILLION (31 JULY 2017: £6.9 BILLION)​.CLOSE BROTHERS GROUP PLC - ‍HAS MADE A GOOD START TO YEAR WITH CONTINUED STRONG PROFITABILITY ACROSS ALL THREE DIVISIONS​.CLOSE BROTHERS GROUP PLC - ‍WINTERFLOOD BENEFITED IN Q1 FROM CONTINUED RETAIL INVESTOR TRADING ACTIVITY​.CLOSE BROTHERS GROUP PLC - ‍REMAIN WELL POSITIONED FOR REMAINDER OF FINANCIAL YEAR​.SAYS ‍BOTH NET INTEREST MARGIN, BAD DEBT RATIO REMAINED IN LINE WITH LAST FINANCIAL YEAR.QTRLY ‍MANAGED ASSETS INCREASING 6.5% TO £9.5 BILLION (31 JULY 2017: £8.9 BILLION)​.  Full Article

RPT-Digital bank Revolut to offer customers fee-free share trading

LONDON, June 7 British digital-only bank Revolut said on Thursday it is building a commission-free trading platform on its app, its latest bid to use technology to undercut traditional financial services.