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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aldermore LSE:ALD London Ordinary Share GB00BQQMCJ47 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 312.40 312.40 312.60 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 239.4 128.7 25.2 12.4 1,078

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/8/2016
04:58
Back to 200p
onjohn
08/8/2016
21:36
Now the big boys got some stock, this will boom up to normal levels I'm the interim.
homerdude
08/8/2016
18:35
£1.3m buy this morning
smokybenchod
08/8/2016
09:28
Should get to £1.60 then £1.80 if results are OK.
homerdude
08/8/2016
08:24
Small mention in yesterdays ST:- The boss of challenger bank Aldermore is set to strike a defiant tone this week amid concerns that an economic downturn after the vote to leave the EU will undermine the fledgling business. Shares in the lender, which specialises in buy-to-let and small business loans, have plummeted by 32% since the June 23 ballot. They closed on Friday at 139p, far below the 192p at which the company floated last year. Founder and chief executive Phillip Monks is expected to reveal on Thursday that pre-tax profits rose to £60m in the six months through June — a 50% increase on the same period last year. Monks, who owns £6.2m in shares and options, will also seek to allay concerns over a slowdown by highlighting Aldermore’s relatively small share of the markets in which it operates. The lender, for example, has just 2% of the buy-to-let market. This in theory means that it has ample room to grow even if the economy takes a dive. Yet worries are mounting about the sustainability of the challenger banks, which were started in the wake of the financial crisis and have smaller balance sheets to withstand the forces buffeting the sector. Last week’s interest rate cut will make it even harder for banks to make money from lending money to businesses and consumers, while the recently introduced 3% stamp-duty surcharge on second properties is expected to curb buy-to-let activity. http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/aldermore-shrugs-off-banking-gloom-sjmrz8mfg
paleje
08/8/2016
07:35
Going really well today but as of right now it's still lagging SHAW even today. Did my FTSE 250 recalc again. ALD needs 1.50 to stay in the FTSE250, SHAW needs 2.07. Review at the end of August
cc2014
04/8/2016
12:40
Aldermore drives growth with £1m funding deal Solihull logistics firm adds more than 60 vehicles to its fleet after securing a new invoice finance facility with challenger bank Aldermore  Logistics firm Central Courier Solutions has agreed a new £1 million funding deal which will support the growth of its vehicle fleet. The Solihull-based firm has agreed the invoice finance facility with challenger bank Aldermore. Central Courier Solutions was set up by David Blackwell over a year ago and now employs around 40 people, operating predominantly in the West Midlands and Northampton areas. All vehicles the business operates have to be specified on its licence and the terms of the licence mean Central Courier Solutions needs to have a specific amount of capital available for each vehicle. This means operating more vehicles requires the company to set aside more capital and the funding has therefore enabled the company to increase the number of vehicles it operates from 11 to 74. Mr Blackwell said: "This funding will enable us to expand the number of vehicles we have at our disposal which will help us to meet increasing customer demand and ultimately grow the business. "Before we obtained this funding from Aldermore, we had a lot of irons in the fire but we had to sit on our hands until we could expand our fleet. "Obviously, this impeded the business' expansion but this funding will unlock the company's growth potential and I'm looking forward to developing the business." Tom O'Dell, business development manager for invoice finance at Aldermore, added: "This case shows just how important funding is to business growth. "At some point, customer demand is likely to outgrow the resources that most developing businesses have available and external funding is often essential if businesses are to continue on their growth trajectory without interruption. "We're pleased to have been able to provide funding to Central Courier Solutions at such a key time in their development and we look forward to seeing the company continue to grow in the future."
igoe104
04/8/2016
12:32
Wow roll on 180
rubberbullets
04/8/2016
07:40
https://www.insidermedia.com/insider/southeast/aldermore-appoints-mortgages-relationship-manager?utm_source=thames_solent_newsletter&utm_campaign=thames_solent_news_tracker&;utm_medium=business_article PS. FWIW We have a business savings account with them since just after they started and it's been excellent. Favourable rate, very straightforward to open, very easy to operate.
mrphil
03/8/2016
14:54
Thanks ElGordo.
henrylightningbolt
03/8/2016
14:17
Henry - this is what they said in their "Intention to Float" document in February 2015. I don't think anything has been said since to either re-affirm or revise this: "Aldermore will consider subject to, inter alia, available distributable reserves, paying an initial dividend from 2017, taking into account the growth opportunities available to Aldermore at the time."
elgordo
03/8/2016
14:04
Thanks isaready. I have a fixed rate bond with them & am pleased with the interest rate. Just wondered if there is a possible return in Sp or Divi.
henrylightningbolt
03/8/2016
14:00
henry - no - they are a new bank
isaready
03/8/2016
13:59
monty, what margins? As far as I'm concerned it increases margins. The facts are: In 2007, you could get 5% in cash in the bank. The wholesale market for cash would have been say 3%, so their lending margin would have been a minimum 2%. Cash on deposits would pay 5% interest and for this cash, their margin may have been 2% if they managed to lend cash for 7%. So the above demonstrates, the bank had a 2% margin, the customer who had cash made a return of 5% for example. Since 2007: Banks no longer pay interest and if they are in 99% less interest. This money they use to pay out, increases their bottom line, their own future margins on deposits. That's an increase. The wholesale market, gives them money, in this case the bank of england for almost zero. They lend that money between 2-5%. This means their margin is between 2/4%. Almost double margin from what they use to get. Again an increase in margin. The interest they no longer pay, the margins they now make, bigger than before, now keep the banks afloat. All in all, they are screwing us, they are making more money out of less. So, I disagree.
isaready
03/8/2016
12:00
Does ALD pay a divi please? If so how much please? I can't find figures anywhere.
henrylightningbolt
03/8/2016
11:30
Rate cut hits margins.
montyhedge
03/8/2016
11:14
doubt it on either, but we will have to see the results and also see if rates get cut. Any positive momentum, it will continue its next leg up.
isaready
02/8/2016
21:47
or back down to 100p
gucci
02/8/2016
14:14
Looking like its going to shoot up to 200p any time
dlku
02/8/2016
11:25
Stay for how long
homerdude
01/8/2016
12:37
With a month to go ALD needs 1.45 to stay in the FTSE250. For info. SHAW needs 2.07
cc2014
01/8/2016
08:06
Im expecting £1.60 over next 4 weeks
homerdude
28/7/2016
08:47
ALD going nicely today :-)
cc2014
27/7/2016
07:31
Solid results from SHAW today. ALD has catching up to do.
dendria
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