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Pcf Group Plc LSE:PCF London Ordinary Share GB0004189378 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
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Nonequity Investment Instruments 42.3 2.1 0.6 40.0 60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2021
21:39
SM’s integrity is undoubted.
123davidgwilym
11/6/2021
17:39
If SM had light fingers TF would not have any need to 'thank him for his significant contribution and wish him every success in the future'.A colleague of mine is using the old boy network to try and find out what's going on.No joy as yet.All very strange,the plot thickens.
geraldus
11/6/2021
16:57
If you are bored then you could also: 1) Enquire with the Serious Fraud Office 2) Contact the NOMAD (Peel Hunt) 3) Contact Tavistock Communications 4) Contact London Stock Exchange (noting that The Exchange will cancel the listing where these have been suspended from trading for six months) 5)Contact the auditors (just for fun). The shares have been suspended for such a period of time, and given the CEO enough time to escape to a more lenient jurisdiction, that it suggestive the underlying reason is significant. As Directors may be personally liable for any wrong doing it is unlikely IMO that an unnecessary RNS will ever be issued. However it is not uncommon for an RNS to be released 30 days after the initial suspension following a bit of prodding from the LSE. Although that RNS may simply be a re-hash of first suspension RNS. To gain any real headway would probably take an investigative journalist; although that particular species more than likely died out a decade or more ago; so perhaps an Instagram influencer is your best bet ;-) Bermuda Commercial Bank, anyone?
carcosa
11/6/2021
12:42
Again, if you have you haven't already done so, complain to the Chairman via complaints@pcf.bank I have, have you? The more people that do, the more likely they will take notice.
dandigirl
11/6/2021
12:25
Whether it is serious, or not serious, there should be some holding comment. I think this silence is appalling
graham1ty
11/6/2021
10:44
We are now 3 weeks and 2 days since the suspension. Something must be seriously wrong. Whether it is governance and finance or just finanace we can't say. Not a peep from the company and not a leak in the press or on the web either. They've got it completely locked down. It's difficult not to speculate but I think by now we can assume the PRA must be fully in the loop and whatever the situation PCF must have given them some assurances over a time line. Or perhaps they've agreed a long stop date with regard to resolution which would imho be 30th June, the last day for them to get their 2020 accounts done and I think the last day to publish their half year results.
cc2014
11/6/2021
08:32
I hope someone in PCF is relaying thoughts here to the Board. Surely there has to a statement latest 7.00 am Monday!
dandigirl
08/6/2021
16:34
No,that was 'Something Fishy' and it was later found to have been nobbled.
geraldus
08/6/2021
15:53
Won a small handicap at Thirsk about 30 years ago if i recall?
seasidehippo
08/6/2021
15:03
Tick - tock.
geraldus
07/6/2021
20:51
“finance industry” Amigo, Provident Financial??
cjd190573
07/6/2021
18:11
ok lets wait and see
johnowen1
07/6/2021
17:02
Then I think I would rather take the Chairman at his word. Thanks.
dandigirl
07/6/2021
16:57
finance industry
johnowen1
07/6/2021
16:08
johnowen1: Hello John Information is only as good as the source. Mine is from the Chairman. What is your source please?
dandigirl
07/6/2021
14:35
Thanks Dandigirl. One wonders what the Somers NED who has been on the Board for some time has been doing. I met him once at the AGM. I can't say I formed a view either way. Good luck to you all you. I hope it turns out to be a case of nothing fundamentally wrong, just some poor relationship with the auditors and a write down of no more thana couple of million. For my part, just to let you know as it may have got lost many posts ago, I'm not holding PCF, having sold mine around 15 months ago. I retain an interest partly because I'm looking to buy back in as I think underneath all these problems they are a good company, but also I'm interested indirectly as an investor in UIL, which are invested in Somers
cc2014
07/6/2021
14:33
Look on the bright side - PCF is operating as normal in what are very strong used car and property markets i.e. it has a future and some value. I understand that this is not the case from sources inside the industry.
johnowen1
07/6/2021
14:13
CC2014: Look on the bright side - PCF is operating as normal in what are very strong used car and property markets i.e. it has a future and some value. My reading is that it is very thorough and that they will keep going back into the past to leave no stone unturned. They will be required to go back pre-banking licence. Only an external party can do this and give confidence in their findings to the regulators - directors have had their chance. Must be costing a lot of money though. Big hit to P&L. Then there is SOMERS who will want a big say. Cheer up. What will be , will be.
dandigirl
07/6/2021
11:22
This remains a puzzle. On the one hand PCF are still accepting savings up to £250k an individual (or bond I'm not sure which) and if they were in real trouble I think it likely this would have been scaled back to £85k, both by influence from the PRA and by directors who hold some level of personal responsibility. On the other, how long does it take to do a review over financial controls and reporting processes? Not this long unless you are going through absolutely everything, which would suggest some fundamental underlying problems. It would be helpful to know whether the review is being done by the directors, the NEDs or an external party say from the big 4 accountants.
cc2014
04/6/2021
14:07
Thank-you for sharing this. Nice to confirm BAU on the banking front. Have a good weekend all.
cjd190573
04/6/2021
12:42
Many thanks, i also remain positive. You have a great w/e too. Cheers
seasidehippo
04/6/2021
11:57
Got a response. Standard, I think, as I suspect I was not the first to write. Bank operating as normal. We will all hear just as soon as the review is complete. Market sensitivity and all that. IMV, reading between the lines, RNS not imminent. I am not as gloomy about this as others. I do take comfort from the fact that PCF continues to take deposits and grant loans i.e. it should be profitably currently. It is beyond stupid to think that nothing can be read into this as someone suggested. Think positively, girls and boys. Have a nice weekend.
dandigirl
03/6/2021
21:36
‘flimsy’ to say the least and only provides one side of the story. RNS imminent??
seasidehippo
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