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Close Brothers HY Loan Book Broadly Flat, Sees Costs Growing Ahead Of Income
Close Brothers Group Appoints Sally Williams As Independent Non-Executive Director
Close Brothers Says Net Interest Margin Remained Broadly Stable On FY 2019
Close Brothers Group plc is a merchant banking company. The Company provides lending, deposit taking, wealth management services and securities trading. The Company operates through three segments: Banking, Securities and Asset Management. The Banking segment provides lending to small businesses and individuals, with an emphasis on specialist finance. It also offers deposit-taking services to the United Kingdom businesses and individuals. The Securities segment provides trading services in the United Kingdom through Winterflood, a market-maker. The Asset Management segment provides a range of financial advice, investment management and online investing services to private clients and professional advisors. Its portfolio of solutions include aviation and marine, broker finance, brewery rentals, asset-based lending, commercial vehicle hire, insurance premium finance, invoice finance, motor finance, property finance, professional services finance, and technology services.
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Michael N. Biggs
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Chief Executive, Executive Director
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Asset Management Chief Executive
Group Chief Operating Officer
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Merchant bank Close Brothers Group Plc on Tuesday posted lower annual profit and said Chief Executive Officer Preben Prebensen will leave the company at a time when it faces a downturn in its market-facing businesses.
Merchant bank Close Brothers Group Plc on Tuesday posted lower annual profit and said Chief Executive Officer Preben Prebensen will leave the company, as it faces a downturn in its market-maker business Winterflood.
British merchant bank Close Brothers Group Plc <CBRO.L> on Friday reported a 5.1% percent rise in loan book this year on the back of strong lending in its banking division, but flagged low trading volumes at its market maker unit.
Close Brothers Group <CBRO.L> expects a "solid outcome" for its fiscal half year ending in January, the British lender said, as loan growth at its banking division offset sharply lower volumes at its market maker unit.
British lender Close Brothers Group said on Tuesday it expected a "solid outcome" for the first half driven by strength in its banking division, asset management divisions and trading activity at its market maker, Winterflood.
British lender Close Brothers Group <CBRO.L> said on Thursday it had made a "solid" start to its financial year amid challenging market conditions, driven by strength in its banking division and increased trading activity at its market maker, Winterflood.
British lender Close Brothers Group said on Thursday it had made a "solid" start to its financial year amid challenging market conditions, driven by strength in its banking division and trading activity at its market maker, Winterflood.
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Close Brothers Group Plc <CBRO.L> said on Friday it would sell Close Brothers Retail Finance, which provides unsecured finance to consumers through retailers, to Swedish bank Klarna Bank AB.
British lender Close Brothers Group Plc <CBRO.L> reported on Wednesday a bigger loan book as its commercial and property finance businesses grew, while its net interest margin held largely steady.
British lender Close Brothers Group Plc reported on Wednesday a rise in its loan book, driven by growth in its commercial and property finance businesses.
British lender Close Brothers Group <CBRO.L> reported a 6 percent rise in first-half adjusted operating profit, driven by strength in its banking division and higher investor trading activity at market maker Winterflood.
British lender Close Brothers Group said on Thursday first-half profit is expected to rise, driven by strength in its banking and asset management divisions and higher trading income from market maker Winterflood.
* FINANCE DIRECTOR JONATHAN HOWELL HAS INFORMED BOARD OF HIS DECISION TO LEAVE COMPANY TO PURSUE NEXT STAGE OF HIS CAREER
* PERFORMANCE SINCE START OF FINANCIAL YEAR HAS REMAINED GOOD, WITH ALL THREE DIVISIONS AHEAD OF EXPECTATIONS
* CLOSE BROTHERS GROUP PLC - PROGRAMME TO PURCHASE SHARES WITH AN AGGREGATE MARKET VALUE EQUIVALENT TO £7.4 MILLION, WILL COMMENCE ON 30 NOVEMBER 2017
British lender Close Brothers Group <CBRO.L> said it had made a good start to its financial year, driven by strength in its banking division and higher trading activity at its market maker Winterflood.
* QTRLY LOAN BOOK INCREASED 1.4% IN PERIOD TO £7.0 BILLION (31 JULY 2017: £6.9 BILLION)
* FY ADJUSTED OPERATING PROFIT ROSE 9 PERCENT TO 243.5 MILLION STG FOR BANKING
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, September 11 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed Close Brothers Group's (CBG) and wholly owned subsidiary Close Brothers Limited's (CBL) Long-Term Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'A' with Stable Outlooks...
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