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Aldermore Share Chat - ALD

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aldermore LSE:ALD London Ordinary Share GB00BQQMCJ47 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.10 +0.99% 315.30 313.80 314.40 316.20 310.00 314.90 543,914 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks - - - - 1,069.06

Aldermore Share Discussion Threads

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03/7/2015
15:59
Its encouraging to read that ALD's 'customer orientated' approach is actually happening in practice. All to often we hear organisations talk about their 'vision of meeting customer needs' but fail on some pretext to actually put it into action. Banks in particular are now so 'risk averse' they've seem to have lost sight of what they're in business for.mazarin
02/7/2015
07:30
Thanks GB an Interesting article that may even stimulate some more 'buying interest' today and also I note just for the record, that yesterday's share price closed at 308.5p and thus achieved something of 'A Milestone' by notching up a full £1.00 gain in less than 4 months since its admission (10/03/15).mazarin
01/7/2015
16:03
.... and Metro Bank is stacking up losses at the rate of £10m every quarter - so probably some time before they are ready to float!future financier
01/7/2015
15:04
The Prudential Regulation Authority’s fast-track licensing regime is set to enable several Challenger Banks to come to market and include some familiar names as Tesco and M&S as well as some 'new kids on the block' Atom Bank I believe is due to be floated sometime this year. To see a recent article on Atom try: http://tinyurl.com/nng7tgf There is also 'Metro Bank' that describes itself as the "Entrepreneur's Bank”, but as yet not floated : Https://www.metrobankonline.co.ukmazarin
01/7/2015
15:03
Thanks, guysramridge
01/7/2015
14:19
... and ARBB is the cheap way of getting in to STB at a discount!future financier
01/7/2015
13:57
Also STB, ARBB. Of course, "challenger bank" is a phrase open to wide interpretation...elgordo
01/7/2015
13:37
ramridge - OSB, SHAW and VM. spring to mind.gargleblaster
01/7/2015
13:13
Can anyone please list other UK quoted challenger banks?ramridge
30/6/2015
18:03
Yes, you could well be right and unfortunately we have to accept that there's no such thing as 'squeaky clean' in the Banking world, however its all 'relative' to what the rest are up to...! Banking culture has to radically change and re-focus on the needs of their customers and not themselves. The arrogance of 'Fred the Shred' and others of his like knew no bounds. The very existence of Challenger Banks is proof alone that the mixing of Investment Banking and Retail was fundamentally wrong. Customers were viewed as a 'commodity' to be exploited as opposed to being served, that at the time was confidently being defended by Angela Knight (now Energy Suppliers' spokesperson)mazarin
30/6/2015
15:18
Mazarin - not so sure that ALD is so squeaky clean on the matter of dodgy dealings and greedy bonus culture - see my posts 59 and 63. Also just read that they have lost their largest introducer of new business (£200m worth)- careless! hxxp://www.mortgageintroducer.com/ccstory/252970/238/Keystone%E2%80%99s_buy-to-let_contract_with_Aldermore_ends.htm But the market loves them ....... and as you say there is growing confidence in the "Challenger Banks" as a whole.future financier
29/6/2015
17:31
ALD recovered well following an initial knock back in the face of Greek headwinds to end closing up 1.66% on the day, a similar story at OneSavings (OSB) but to a much lesser extent. Whereas mainstream Banks - HSBC, Barclays and Lloyds today all failed to recover and were well down at close. Is this perhaps indicative of a growing confidence towards 'Challenger Banks' and move in sentiment away from 'Old Guard' bankers with their legacy of dodgy dealings and greedy bonus culture.mazarin
29/6/2015
16:46
Good performance against weak markets, looks good going forward.igoe104
25/6/2015
00:43
check out LVD on firetjbird
25/6/2015
00:21
ALD finally got to £3.02 just before close today, however, as ever 'beware of Greeks bearing gifts' of more false promises.mazarin
24/6/2015
10:10
About time. Maybe they read the comments about doing exactly that on the CR thread.cestnous
24/6/2015
10:02
Well, what do you know. FCA has started an investigation of Quindell and by implication Rob Terry.ramridge
24/6/2015
09:39
Is this going to be the day when we break through £3....?mazarin
23/6/2015
22:27
AIM - at the end of the day you pays your money and you takes your chance. If you are that concerned about the lack of regulation, just don't invest in AIM stocks. Not that difficult. If like me, you are more interested in selecting GARP stocks based on an amount of research into their fundamentals and quality of management, then the market on which they are listed is largely irrelevant. In fact AIM stock purchases benefit from no 0.5% stamp duty. Exclude junior oil resources stocks and micro caps and poorly managed companies and you have some great investments. BVXP, ENTU, EPWN, GBG, GVC, INSE, MANX, RST, TEF and UTW to name a few I hold. Rest assured Daniel Stewart is not on my watchlist!melody9999
23/6/2015
19:52
Trackers buying in.....large trade buys....small retail sells.....sian
22/6/2015
08:15
ALD now listed in today's FTSE 250 (1 of 9 new additions for this quarter) See FTSE 250 constituents : http://tinyurl.com/cls77bxmazarin
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