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International Personal Finance Says Full-Year In Line With Consensus Expectations
International Personal Finance Says HY Group Profit Before Tax Of £56.1 Mln, In Line With H1 2018
IPF Says No APR Cap In Romania, Sees Lower Annual Credit Issued In Mexico
International Personal Finance plc is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company offers unsecured consumer finance products, channels and brands. Its segments include home credit and digital. Under home credit segment, the company offers home credit cash loans; money transfer loans; home, medical and life insurances; micro-business loans, and provident-branded digital loan products. Under digital segment, it offers installment loans, revolving credit line facility, and monthly repayment products. The Company operates home credit business in Poland, Lithuania and Czech Republic. It operates digital business in Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Spain, Mexico and Australia. The Company offers digital credit through Hapiloans, Creditea, Credit 24 and Sving brands.
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Dan N. O'Connor
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Gerard J. Ryan
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Justin Ashley Lockwood
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Deborah Lee Davis
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** Doorstep lender International Personal Finance Plc's shares down 9.7% at 133.8p; set for fourth straight session of losses
Doorstep lender International Personal Finance Plc said on Thursday credit growth was challenging in its important Mexican market during the quarter owing to subdued economic conditions in that country.
Small loans provider International Personal Finance Plc (IPF) <IPF.L> should top analysts' estimates for 2018 pretax profit by 10 percent, the company said on Friday, citing stronger than expected collections in its European home credit businesses.
International Personal Finance Plc (IPF) expects to beat its 2018 pretax profit estimates by 10 percent, helped by stronger than expected collections in its European home credit businesses, it said on Friday.
* MEXICO HOME CREDIT RATE OF GROWTH TO ACCELERATE THROUGH 2018
International Personal Finance Plc (IPF) <IPF.L> said on Thursday it expected caps on loan charges to be put in place in Czech Republic, Romania and Spain, as it deals with regulatory oversight of its consumer credit markets.
International Personal Finance Plc said on Thursday it had introduced more competitive rates in its home credit products in Europe through longer-term lending, as it deals with regulatory oversight of its consumer credit markets.
* FY PRETAX PROFIT FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS 105.6 MILLION STG
International Personal Finance <IPF.L> (IPF), which provides small personal loans in Europe and Mexico, said it is evaluating possible changes to its Polish operations as it tries to reduce the impact of changes to Poland's corporate tax rate.
International Personal Finance (IPF) said it is evaluating possible changes to its Polish operations as it tries to reduce the impact of changes to Poland's corporate tax rate.
* NO LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENT ON POLISH TOTAL COST OF CREDIT PROPOSALS
Consumer credit lender International Personal Finance <IPF.L> reported a higher pretax profit from continuing operations in the first half, boosted primarily by positive currency translations.
Consumer credit lender International Personal Finance reported a higher pretax profit from continuing operations in the first half, boosted primarily by positive currency translations.
* H1 pretax profit from continuing operations 43 million pounds ($55.99 million)
* Has completed sale of its home credit business in Bulgaria to easy asset management ad, a large home credit operator in that market
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Consumer credit lender International Personal Finance Plc said on Wednesday it appointed James Ormrod as chief legal officer and company secretary.
* Credit quality and collections in home credit business overall good; annualised impairment as percentage of revenue at 26.4 pct
Consumer credit lender International Personal Finance Plc's <IPF.L> full-year pretax profit fell 20.2 percent, weighed down by intense competition from digital and payday lenders in some key markets such as Poland and regulatory changes that capped non-interest costs.
Consumer credit lender International Personal Finance Plc's (IPF) full-year pretax profit fell 20.2 percent, hurt by lower income from the home credit business, its biggest unit, and higher investment in its digital platform.
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