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Amigo Holdings Extends Securitisation Facility Performance Trigger Waiver Period
Amigo Holdings Says Mike Corcoran Will Join Board As CFO Elect
Amigo Holdings Says CFO Nayan V. Kisnadwala To Step Down
Amigo Holdings PLC is a United Kingdom-based guarantor loan company that provides of sales financing services. The Company offers access to credit to those who are unable to borrow from traditional lenders due to their credit histories. The Company provides a single product a guarantor loan. The Company’s guarantor loan product allows borrowers to rebuild their credit scores and improve their ability to access credit from mainstream financial service providers in the future.
Consumer Financial Services
Nova Bldg, 118-128 Commercial Road
Roger Vincent Lovering
Acting Chairman of the Board, Senior Non-Executive Independent Director
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Gary A. Jennison
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Michael John Corcoran
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief People Officer
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Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L>, which is embroiled in a dispute with its founder, entered an Asset Voluntary Requirement (AVR) with Britain's financial watchdog meaning the subprime lender will need approval to transfer assets outside of the group.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 14 points lower at 5,906 on Monday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures down 0.17% ahead of cash market open.
Amigo Holdings, which is embroiled in a dispute with its founder, has entered an Asset Voluntary Requirement (AVR) with Britain's financial watchdog meaning the subprime lender will need approval to transfer assets outside of the group.
Amigo Holdings' <AMGO.L> shareholders rejected a resolution to appoint founder and former chief executive officer James Benamor, who has been embroiled in a bitter spat with the lender, as a director, the British company said on Tuesday.
Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> said around 41,000 borrowers were on payment holidays at the end of August to help them cope with financial stress caused by the pandemic, while a further 9,000 have resumed payments with no notable deterioration in arrears.
Shares of Britain's Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> rose more than 30% on Friday after its founder and former Chief Executive James Benamor, who has been embroiled in a bitter spat with the lender, called on private investors to back his reinstatement.
Britain's Amigo Holdings reported an 83% fall in first- quarter profit and revenue down 32% as payment holidays granted to customers affected by the coronavirus pandemic and a halt on almost all new lending hammered its returns.
Shares of Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> dropped nearly 20% on Wednesday as founder James Benamor said he would sell his stake in the subprime lender after losing a vote at a general meeting to oust the firm's board, in line with his promise earlier this month.
Amigo Holdings plc <AMGO.L> said on Thursday its chairman will step down from the board and his role as chairman on June 18, after resigning last week when a potential sale of the company collapsed.
Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> said on Thursday majority shareholder Richmond Group had agreed to not vote in favour of ousting the subprime lender's board at its general meeting and that the company had paused its legal proceedings against Richmond.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched an investigation into the creditworthiness assessment process of subprime lender Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L>, the company said on Monday.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched an investigation into the creditworthiness assessment process of subprime lender Amigo Holdings, the company said on Monday.
* AMIGO HOLDINGS PLC - FORMAL SALE PROCESS AND MARKET UPDATE
Subprime lender Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> said on Tuesday it would temporarily cease all new lending activity, barring emergency loans to key workers in financial distress as Britain steps up its fight against coronavirus.
Subprime lender Amigo holdings said on Tuesday it would temporarily cease all new lending activity, barring emergency loans to key workers in financial distress as Britain steps up its fight against coronavirus.
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