Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Non-Standard LSE:NSF London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ6JV17 ORD GBP0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.875p -2.45% 74.50p 74.25p 79.50p 74.50p 74.50p 74.50p 16,981 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
72.8 -8.0 -2.6 - 236.20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/8/2017
18:53
invested heavy into this stock - last 48hrs - look forward reading comments on this board good luck with last 4 months of year
russell250
30/8/2017
07:54
OK, under £5 could be a smart move if it turns around. I sold at £33 and £10. I don't buy on BAD profit warnings though and this one was very bad. Good luck. Still think NSF and Morse's Club will be the winners from their debacle. That being said, NSF doesn't impress me. Will sell out of them soon hopefully and reinvest the proceeds in Secure Trust Bank.
topvest
29/8/2017
22:59
Yep that's why I bought under £5 🤡✌A039;
glenkaz
29/8/2017
20:48
LOL - not any more. It's just broken its own successful business model, made a £120m self inflicted loss, has lost half its agents and can't collect its debtors. Haven't you heard?
topvest
29/8/2017
19:46
There's only one market leader 🤔 Mr provi 🤡✌A039;
glenkaz
29/8/2017
18:41
5chipper - zero in my view. Why buy the Provie with all its problems, when most of their agents have moved for free to them anyway?
topvest
29/8/2017
18:33
Oh yes that would be the one that says ''NSF is sticking with a tried and tested business model of door-to-door lending - and analysts claim the Financial Conduct Authority is "perfectly comfortable" with NSF's business plan.'' But then I'm sure Chimers knows better.
grahamg8
29/8/2017
09:24
Thanks bugrit. looks about right.
bazzer1000
29/8/2017
09:05
It might be the buy recommendation in yesterday's "Inside the City" column. (Sunday Times)
bugrit
29/8/2017
08:59
What are the chances that NSF are planning a reverse takeover of PFG... Woodford & Invesco own 50% of NSF and 40% of PFG
5chipper
29/8/2017
08:18
New here. Why this sudden rise?baz
bazzer1000
24/8/2017
22:08
The Financial Conduct Authority last year said that it was extending its investigation into the high-cost credit sector, originally set up to look at payday lending, to include doorstep lending.
chimers
24/8/2017
22:01
Errrr I suggest you check the new regulations ............CHUMP.
chimers
24/8/2017
20:55
In any case its a dirty business and you dont want any part of it.
chimers
24/8/2017
20:54
Yes but they have to become EMPLOYED ...........they dont want to, they make more money and work their own hours self employed. Its the double glazing biz. New regulation to stop the spivs selling loans with pressure tactics means they have to become EMPLOYED and worse.................PAY TAX. Its game over.
chimers
24/8/2017
20:34
Think this company and Morses Club (no's 2 and 3 behind PFG) now have a great market opportunity to finish PFG off. Think the PFG could be terminal on their CCD division which means there are going to be even more agents on the move!
topvest
24/8/2017
18:26
As a refugee from Provident it's interesting to see the comments from January onward about PFG's move to an employed workforce. If NSF were ever contemplating doing the same I think we can be sure that idea will have been ditched pretty quickly. Meanwhile there is a continuing opportunity to take on agents and steal customers. Rapid growth costs money up front so profits will probably not look much for this year but we should have a bigger and better business going forward.
grahamg8
04/8/2017
08:16
Yes, all sounded positive. NED purchase is encouraging. Now three good businesses with the latest acquisition. Financials are messy with lots of adjustments and debt is too high for my liking. Hoping for a bit of strength in the price for an exit as I don't really like this one much. Otherwise I will hang- on to the year end results to see if things improve. They certainly seem to have a little more positive momentum in the three businesses.
topvest
04/8/2017
07:51
A nice buy following results yesterday from Niall Booker, Non-Executive Director. 271,000 shares @ £0.7187. I thought the results presentation was very positive. Problems at Provident Financial with agents changing from self employed to full time have allowed NSF to pick up the best available. They are all performing above target and agents now touching 1000 from 750 earlier in the year. This means more costs this year but suggests accelerated growth from previous plans. NSF have looked at regulatory guidance so far and have dismissed the need to go down the same route as Provident.
window784
03/3/2017
15:02
Does make you wonder the home credit division only posts 1m profit yet the old company under the Coombs brothers regularly posted profits before tax of 6m. They were very good at cost/ expense control and keeping the impairment under control.Thats what happens when control passes to people without a large stake of their own money invested in the company. The Coombs had circ 52% of shareholding in the family. Watch this space let's hope for all the employees things improve !
hubert123
02/3/2017
20:03
Perfectly good management structure before under S&U PLC ,£82.5m paid with a current loan book of £33m. Where are the original management team employees now from S&U? The new lot come in ,where are most of these now? I agree with the need for investment on IT infrastructure and compliance ,but overspend seems to be the case here. Just Google some of the past and present board members alongside ,Welcome Finance,London & Scottish ,Yes Car Credit. Why is the market leader in this sector moving their agents from self employed to employed ,in readiness for full FCA approval? I think the board at NSF should be giving this some serious food for thought ,self employed agents have always acted under a target driven environment in the past which usually meant with unscrupulous reps "overloading customers" and constantly chasing bad debt. It is crystal clear that the FCA see this as target driven and in my honest opinion ,would prefer to see all reps employed. Watch this space and let's see what happens with NSF in the very near future ,on their self employed reps. Remember this,the market leader still hasn't got full FCA approval and neither has NSF ,it appears to me that the FCA would prefer all home collected credit reps to be employed to secure approval ,although i could be wrong this is my assumption.
invrestor
01/2/2017
20:29
the announcement today of provident agents becoming employed from July questions the potential profit contribution from Loansathome? Moving 785 agents from self employed to employed status with additional NI, pension and holiday costs, and additional admin is going to be a costly excercise. I'm sure that the horizon scanning should have picked this up before purchase for £83M.
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