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Non-Standard Finance PLC

NSF.L

Latest Trade

37.50GBp

Change

-1.10(-2.85%)

Volume

1,051,416

Today's Range

37.30

 - 

38.90

52 Week Range

32.10

 - 

70.15

As of on the London Stock Exchange (LON) ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
38.60
Open
38.90
Volume
1,051,416
3M AVG Volume
26.62
Today's High
38.90
Today's Low
37.30
52 Week High
70.15
52 Week Low
32.10
Shares Out (MIL)
312.05
Market Cap (MIL)
120.45
Forward P/E
6.87
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Non-Standard Finance PLC at Edison Non Deal Roadshow - Jersey

Latest Developments

More

Marathon Asset Management Discloses 11.54% Stake In Non-Standard Finance As Of Oct 1 Vs Prior Stake Of 5.36% - Filing

Woodford Investment Management Discloses Less Than 5% Stake As Of Aug 30 Versus Prior Stake Of 23.90% In Non-Standard Finance - Filing

Lender NSF Posts Bigger Loss After Failed Provident Financial Bid

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About Non-Standard Finance PLC

Non-Standard Finance plc operates in the United-Kindom’s non-standard consumer finance sector. The Company operates through four divisions: Central, Loans at Home, Everyday Loans and Trusttwo. The Company has Home Credit Division of S&U plc (S&U), which trades as Loans at Home. Loans at Home provides home credit and serves approximately 98,000 customers. The Company's Everyday Loans provides unsecured consumer loans on a face-to-face basis in the non-standard finance segment. Everyday Loans division serves approximately 37,000 customers and it operates from a network of approximately 40 branches across the United Kingdom. The Company's Trusttwo focuses on the guaranteed loans in non-standard finance sector. The Company provides credit to approximately 12 million United-Kindom’s adults who are not served by (or choose not to use) mainstream financial institutions. The Company focuses on Information Technology (IT) infrastructure and systems.

Industry

Consumer Financial Services

Contact Info

5th Fl, 2 St. James's Street

http://www.nonstandardfinance.com/

Executive Leadership

Charles Henry Gregson

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

John Philip de Blocq Van Kuffeler

Chief Executive Officer, Director

Nicholas John Teunon

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director, Secretary

Miles M. Cresswell-Turner

Director

Niall S. K. Booker

Non-Executive Independent Director

Key Stats

2.33 mean rating - 3 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, GBP)

2016

0.1K

2017

0.1K

2018

0.2K

2019(E)

0.2K
EPS (GBp)

2016

2.620

2017

3.440

2018

3.700

2019(E)

5.621
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.70
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.66
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
169.58
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
168.66
Return on Investment (TTM)
-4.90
Return on Equity (TTM)
-4.65

Latest News

Latest News

British subprime lender NSF drops bid for rival Provident Financial

British subprime lender Non-Standard Finance PLC is dropping its hostile 1.3 billion pound ($1.65 billion) bid for rival Provident Financial PLC, NSF said on Tuesday.

Britain's NSF presses on with $1.7 billion Provident hostile bid

Britain's Non-Standard Finance dropped the level of acceptances needed to press ahead with a 1.3 billion pound ($1.7 billion) hostile bid for Provident Financial on Wednesday after winning over investors with 53.53% of its shares.

Non-Standard Finance ploughs ahead with Provident hostile bid

Non-Standard Finance Plc on Wednesday ploughed ahead with its 1.3 billion pound hostile takeover of Provident Financial, even though the subprime lender failed to win the backing of some of its larger rival's investors.

NSF expects to win over Britain's competition watchdog on Provident bid

Non-Standard Finance Plc said on Monday it expected to reach an agreement to address concerns raised by Britain's competition watchdog during the first phase of the review process of its proposed hostile takeover of Provident Financial Plc.

Provident raises fresh questions about Non-Standard Finance bid

British sub-prime lender Provident Financial stood its ground against a hostile bid by smaller rival Non-Standard Finance on Tuesday, raising new concerns about the strategic, operational and financial merits of the offer.

Provident Financial swings to profit in 2018

Troubled subprime lender Provident Financial Plc swung to a pretax profit in 2018, bolstering its defence against a hostile takeover by smaller rival Non-Standard Finance Plc..

Non-Standard Finance still confident on its hostile bid for Provident

The CEO of UK subprime lender Non-Standard Finance (NSF) said on Friday he was still confident the group's 1.3 billion pound hostile takeover bid for bigger rival Provident Financial would succeed but declined to say whether it would increase its offer.

UPDATE 1-Non-Standard Finance still has sights set on rival Provident after rejected bid

Subprime lender Non-Standard Finance Plc (NSF) said on Friday that it was still looking to buy and transform Provident Financial Plc, even after its bigger rival rejected its unsolicited 1.3 billion pound takeover offer.

Non-Standard Finance still looking to buy rival Provident after rejected bid

Subprime lender Non-Standard Finance Plc (NSF) said on Friday that it was still looking to buy and transform Provident Financial Plc, even after its bigger rival rejected its unsolicited 1.3 billion pound takeover offer.

Provident Financial outlines growth plan after rejecting rival's takeover bid

British lender Provident Financial Plc said on Wednesday that it had a clear plan to execute growth and efficiency efforts across its divisions, as it reiterated that rival Non-Standard Finance Plc's takeover offer should firmly be rejected.

UK's competition watchdog flags concerns over proposed Non-Standard Finance-Provident deal

Britain's competition watchdog said on Tuesday it had reasonable grounds for suspecting that a takeover by Non-Standard Finance Plc of Provident Financial Plc would result in the subprime lenders "ceasing to be distinct".

Struggling lender Provident rejects $1.7 billion bid from rival

Provident Financial rejected an unsolicited 1.3 billion pound ($1.7 billion) offer from smaller rival Non-Standard Finance to buy the subprime lender, calling it a "highly opportunistic approach".

BRIEF-Non-Standard Finance Net Loan Book, Customer Numbers Helped By New Agents Added

* NON-STANDARD FINANCE PLC - AT 31 DECEMBER 2017 NET LOAN BOOK HAD REACHED £148.5M (2016: £122.4M), AN INCREASE OF 21% VERSUS PRIOR YEAR

BRIEF-Non-Standard Finance ‍announces commencement of share buy-back programme​

* ANNOUNCES COMMENCEMENT OF A SHARE BUY-BACK PROGRAMME TO REPURCHASE UP TO 5 MILLION ORDINARY SHARES OF 5 PENCE IN COMPANY

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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