Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Non-standard Finance Plc LSE:NSF London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ6JV17 ORD GBP0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -3.23% 4.50 1,821,926 15:05:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.50 4.74 4.60 4.50 4.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
  183.66 14.71 -24.45 14
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:33 O 42 4.6799 GBX

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Non-standard Finance Daily Update: Non-standard Finance Plc is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NSF. The last closing price for Non-standard Finance was 4.65p.
Non-standard Finance Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.10p and a 12 week average price of 2.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 40.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.90p.
There are currently 313,117,425 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,684,476 shares. The market capitalisation of Non-standard Finance Plc is £14,090,284.13.
bc4: The weather is even better and so is the share price now up 3% GLA ALL HOLDERS
csmwssk12hu: Hello dearys, now what have we here, oh how the mighty have fallen, from bidding for provident to begging for forgiveness. A generous mood it may be, tik tok tik tok goes the clock, zero pence awaits, or does it ? Business is recovering morses club up 50% in two days, NSF business recovering and actually doing well, there’s investigations all the time in this industry, sort the redress avoid the fines, what would good news like we have resolved concerns do to this share price? 20p on the day? 40p within two days? 10 bagger is waiting to happen all imho dyor you were informed....
epo001: Anyone who thinks that comments here can influence a share price is a moron. Anyone who comments here thinking they are influencing a share price does not have the basic intelligence required to be able to manage their own money.
32campomar: Yes there's something fundamentally wrong with the leadership of NSF, delayed results, misleading statements. Totally untrustworthy and that's one of the reasons why the share price is where it is.
kirk 6: It's blatantly obvious that any RIS is getting sold into and the shares that are being dropped onto the market are the placing shares.All these big block cells is the company raising as much money as possible in the form of new shares and are selling anything above 5p. Strategic investors ( inside traders) Will have been contacted about the placing and will be forward selling to that price. Once displacing gets announced Then there will likely be a big rise in share price as all the shares would've been forward sold and the share price can then recover to reasonable levels which in my opinion are 15 to 20p per share
don777: 32, how can you know the RI will be 5 P? according to AR released on 25/06/2020, NSF started to discuss the RI with the main shareholders already, at that period, NSF share price is 12-15 P. NSF might be able to get some premium for the RI price, if it could do 15-20 P at 1:1 RI, then 45-60 M cash is completely enough for it. the recently 5 P average share price is the market panic sale price, not the one NSF was discussing with it's main shareholders based on. Don
2toptrader: Liberum's latest note: "Discussions with stakeholders progressing well In addition to confirming that discussions with shareholders around the potential equity raise are progressing well, the company has indicated that discussions with its lenders remain positive. In relation to the latter, we understand that the most involved discussions are with Ares, the funder behind the group’s £200m securitisation facility, where certain performancerelated covenants have been triggered following the FCA’s request to provide customers with forbearance. In this regard the group currently finds itself in the situation where it has a significant undrawn (£185m), relatively low cost facility but is unable to use it. We see it as having a number of options, including:  Negotiate a permanent waiver with Ares to enable it to draw down the incremental £65m of growth capital, and refinance up to £120m of the higher cost term loan  Negotiate a permanent waiver with Ares to enable it to utilise the current level of borrowing (£15m) without being in breach  Pay back £15m to Ares and effectively close down this facility, resulting in it relying on the term loan facility and RCF Needless to say, the first option would likely be the most attractive as it would enable the group to materially reduce its average cost of funding and provide it with the ability to grow its share in the medium term. However, given the environment we believe that NSF may need to reduce its LTV in order to provide Ares with the additional comfort to proceed on this basis. Liquidity not in question, although loan growth will slow Despite the uncertain outlook for the group in the short-term, our forecasts confirm that the group is generates enough cash to ensure that it has sufficient liquidity for the next 12 months, even if it is unable to utilise any of the incremental headroom on its £200m securitisation facility. This view is supported by the reported £11.9m of net cash generation in June, taking the group’s total net cash position to £72.2m at the end of June. This robust financial position, combined with strong demand for its services, suggests to us that the group is well placed to deliver a strong rebound in profitability in the subsequent two years, with FY22 EPS reaching 2.9p, albeit based on limited loan book growth. TP of 24.3p implies 386% upside In our view the current share price woefully fails to reflect the group‘s potential to deliver attractive returns on a two-year view within the constraints of its current capital structure. Our P/B valuation of 24.3p implies 386% upside based on our FY21 and FY22 ROE estimates of 10.8% and 12.8% and a cost of equity assumption of 10%. Although not factored into our valuation, a meaningful equity raise as flagged by management as a possibility, could be transformative for the group’s growth, earnings and valuation."
otemple3: All good thanks, nice to hear from you again. Wallet isn't any lighter thanks and my portfolio is higher than when we last spoke, so please don't be concerned for my financial wellbeing. This is and always has been in the speculative part of my portfolio where I expect some to go bust and some to multi-bag over a 3 year period. Hopefully you have benefited from the share price fall as while the reasons you expected a fall didn't come to fruition, you definitely got the short term share price movement right (time will tell on 4p) so well done on that. Positives from the last announcement were the good collection rates, far higher than I was expected. Obv disappointing to see they signed up to such tight covenants with the new loan which led to the going concern issue, albeit they have the cash to repay it in full. I think the communication from the board led to significant confusion in the market and hopefully we'll see clearer comms over the next few weeks. Not really sure which way this is going to go as lots of opportunity in the market so M&A is not out of the question (plus we have large activist shareholder). I assume the board will do all they can to renegotiate the covenants (which I imagine will undo the savings they made from signing up to this in Jan) and then depending on how far the share price bounces will look at raising capital. Broker note shows significantly stronger growth if we do a placing which benefits shareholders over a 3+ year period, despite how dilutive it will be. Interesting times...
superiorshares: Folks. Grapevine person has it right. If the results and outlook are better than expected. You will get a decent rise. All you Ultra Positives who think it will go to 70p and such, I think you are in cloud Cuckoo land. It might get to the 20p region ?. If like me you think the opposite then it will be 4p or thereabouts in rapid order !.What I will leave you to have a think about. In my experience if a smaller company is going to put out good results. The share price makes its move before the results are out ( insider information absolutely not !. Who would suggest such a thing ? ). So those who are waiting for these good results tomorrow or the day after. I would wait a little longer because I haven't seen any upward moving of the share price yet :-(
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