International Personal Finance Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Personal Finance Plc LSE:IPF London Ordinary Share GB00B1YKG049 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 111.00 259 09:17:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
111.50 112.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Credit Institutions 577.50 56.80 - 4.60 260.01
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:33:23 O 200 112.00 GBX

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Posted at 16/5/2023 22:37 by 1cutandrun
I'm going to compare IPF to Vanquis Bank and see why investors prefer Vanquis rather than IPF. I'm using two second hand cars that are on the market as an example.
The Vanquis Jaguar compared to the IPF Mini. The Jaguar looks better than the Mini but you can't just go on looks.
Lets see what's under the bonnets. I am impressed, the Mini has a cooper S engine, and that's a plus I wasn't expecting. Now for the Jaguar, OMG it only has a 1300cc engine, no wonder it has hardly moved in the last three years. There's a brick behind the back wheel as the handbrake isn't working properly and it keeps rolling backwards. The owners tell me they have made lots of improvement but I just can't see where. Shame they didn't fix the handbrake. The performance is poor due to the engine cc size. Looks are deceptive, you need to delve deeper when buying into something. CC stands for customer count and their inability to increase it. Until they make the cc bigger, this Jaguar isn't going anywhere. So lets take a look at how positive they are about increasing the size of the cc. Look at their Annual Report and what Tracy the ICU nurse had to say, there's the answer. Signing up the spouse or partner to become another customer. the deceptive way to increase the cc. If anything changes in that household you double the problem with reduced or non payments. Also, part of the cc isn't working as these are credit card holders who don't use them. Vanquis you need new door customers, adding a twin carb is not the answer. Now lets look at the Mini cooper S. Strong cc and increasing. It can drive anywhere, unlike the Jaguar. It has driven into a new area of Mexico where the potential of increasing the cc is immense. This car is nippy and going places.
Investors don't be fooled by the look of the Jaguar, it might look attractive but it's the cc size of the engine that counts.

Posted at 09/5/2023 16:24 by 1cutandrun
International Personal Finance plc ("IPF" or the "Group") is pleased to announce that it will host a webinar for investors and analysts featuring the Group's IPF Digital business on Wednesday 10 May at 14:00 BST (0900hrs ET / 1600hrs EET).

The briefing will be broadcast live from Tallinn in Estonia and hosted by CEO, Gerard Ryan and IPF Digital's General Manager, Povilas Girčys. Investors and analysts will have the opportunity to learn more about this profitable and highly scalable business which is meeting the needs of a growing number of underserved consumers who want affordable credit online and seamless interactions with their digital financial provider. The presentation will cover details of the customers served, key market trends, credit decisioning technology and how IPF Digital is successfully executing its growth strategy to realise future growth and returns.

No new financial information will be disclosed. The briefing, including a live Q&A, will last around 60 minutes and is open to investors and analysts. To register for the webinar, please contact rachel.moran@ipfin.co.uk

A recording of the event and presentation materials will be available on the Group's website shortly after the event at www.ipfin.co.uk

Posted at 19/4/2023 17:01 by 1cutandrun
There you have it in a nutshell. They carried out a UT at 8am this morning to set the share price. The share price was set at 98.20p. That's 4.20p higher than last nights close. This being the third time a UT has been carried out at 8am to set the share price and on each occasion the share price has gone up. Is it a coincidence a UT was done this morning after I pointed out an anomaly yesterday, no as it has happened three times now. IMO the market makers are sometimes setting the spread prices out of line with the actual share price.
Posted at 18/4/2023 21:40 by 1cutandrun
There is something just not right with this companies share price. Nothing seems to add up and when that happens, it points to other things going on. Just have a look at todays trades. LSE web page states the highest price of the shares today was 94.20p and the first six trades of the day were higher than this figure. At 12.21 as per the trade index, the share price was 99.80p The next trade was at 15.08 when the shares dropped to 94.20p. That's a 5.60p drop on one trade. How is it possible that the shares never reach 99.80p, when it clearly shows trades taking place at this price.
Posted at 02/2/2023 18:43 by 1cutandrun
What a crazy day with these shares. Still scratching my head to what has happened and can't make any sense of it. The shares closed last night at 92p and I decided to buy 500 first thing at 8am. To buy the price was 88.90p, 3.10p less than the share price and to sell 87.10p. A bit later trading started to really push the price up, great. At the close 4.30pm the share price is 97.90 and yet there is no balancing of the trades (UT) after that time. I then saw the UT took place at 4.15pm when the market was still open and the price was set at 98p. Can anyone please explain to me why this happened as I do not understand how UT can take place before the end of trading.
Posted at 20/1/2023 19:02 by 1cutandrun
The last trade price of the day is not the closing price of the shares. After 4.30 they balance the books and the code is UT. That is the closing price for the shares on the day. UT: Uncrossing Trade - This is used for the single uncrossing trade detailing the total executed volume and uncrossing price as a result of a SETS auction. VW: Volume Weighted Average Price - A transaction that was effected at a price based on a volume weighted average price over a given period.
The market makers determine the spread price at which you can buy and sell. Yesterday is a prime example of how the share price was out of line as they had to increase them at the close of trading by over 3.5p a share by UT. Today the UT adjustment was 00.10p. This is the point I'm trying to make. If the market makers keep putting the spread price less than the share price it drives the share price down even though buys could out weigh sells by two to one. This keep happening with these shares.
Today there was no chance the shares could go up as the spread was less than the share price on the first 4 trades of the day and these happen to be buys and on each occasion the price went down.
Between 16:10:49 to 16:11:49 today, ten trades took place, eight buys and two sells, each one for 147 shares.

Posted at 20/1/2023 08:58 by 1cutandrun
There we go, the first trade of the day at 8.26am a purchase of a single share bringing the share price down to 82.7p. It will happen again on the next transaction as the spread price is again less than the share price. Therefore, the share price at this time is being forced down once again.
Last night at the end of trading at 4.30pm, they had to increase the share price up by over 3.5p to balance the books. That's a large increase on shares of this price, with only over 30 trades on the day. Something isn't right here.

Posted at 20/1/2023 08:25 by 1cutandrun
Share price at 8.20am. 83p, buy 82.9p and sell 77.1p. Once again the spread price is less than the share price. This means the next transaction that happens, the share price will go down.
Posted at 09/1/2023 07:28 by ttny2004
International Personal Finance Plc Notice of investor briefing - 18 January 2023Source: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMIPFRNS Number : 9947LInternational Personal Finance Plc09 January 2023International Personal Finance plcNotice of investor briefing on Wednesday 18 January 2023International Personal Finance plc ("IPF" or the "Group") is pleased to announce that it will host the second investor briefing in its series of webinars providing insight into the Group's markets, strategy and operations.The briefing featuring IPF's Mexico home credit business will be broadcast live from Puebla in Mexico at 15:00 GMT on Wednesday 18 January 2023, and hosted by the Group's CEO, Gerard Ryan and Country Manager, David Parkinson. The event will provide an opportunity for analysts and investors to learn about the home credit business' unique market position, the customers it serves and strong growth potential. No new financial information will be disclosed. The briefing, including a live Q&A, will last around 60 minutes and is open to investors and analysts . To register for the webinar, please contact rachel.moran@ipfin.co.uk A recording of the event and presentation materials will be available on the Group's website shortly after theevent at www.ipfin.co.uk
Posted at 16/12/2022 23:21 by 1cutandrun
Something really weird happening with these shares. I mentioned before about the spread prices and this hasn't changed. How can it be, buying forces the share price down? and that's exactly what happened today. Many times the spread price was less than the share price, regardless if a buy or sell happened the share price was forced down.
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