Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pcf Grp 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 38.20p 37.40p 39.00p 38.20p 38.20p 38.20p 2,500 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 11.1 3.6 1.5 25.5 81.07

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/11/2018
19:40
Just to let you all know that PCF Bank will be presenting at our MelloLondon investor event in Chiswick W4 next month. MelloLondon is a two day event and starts on Monday 26th November through to Tuesday 27th November. You can find out more here... Http://melloevents.com/mello-london/ There will be 65 quality companies exhibiting and presenting plus some very well known investors, entrepreneurs, fund managers and market commentators providing excellent keynote talks on a range of investment subjects. A number of investment workshops will be available each day and a ShareSoc MasterClass on the final day.
davidosh
04/11/2018
13:47
Read the article by ST.Thanks
geraldus
02/11/2018
15:44
Article in IC today.
fergus9
02/11/2018
12:12
Well the good news is that PCF is going up with the rest of the bounce on the banks which is really good news. Further those 25k's at 37 although reported as sells are almost certainly buys as I don't think the price would still be 37 if 62k of sells had gone through at 37p. It also seems from L2 that most of the buy volume is being routed through WSMM. Possibly they have a large buyer in the background.
cc2014
01/11/2018
22:49
Published when? Don’t worry found it
the big fella
01/11/2018
20:28
Following on from the Midas article,thisismoney has a recent article featuring PCF as a small company investment idea.Sorry no link.
geraldus
25/10/2018
11:10
Indeed. Given the recent trading update and acquisition I see no reason to sell. At some point in the future the shares will be worth considerably more than they are now. We just may have to batten down the hatches.
the big fella
25/10/2018
09:24
CC I agree, we just need to be patient. I have held PCF for coming up to ten years, and hope to be holding in another ten years
graham1ty
25/10/2018
08:35
Post #2461 I'm sorry to say Graham but there is nothing to do but wait at the moment. All over the market there are irrational trades going through as if someone(s) are being force closed or are being required to force close in a structured manner. SFR is a very good example where trades are going through at 5-7.5% below the prevailing price, then the market comes back and then another trade will appear 24 hours later at again a crazy low price. Today is the same. LLOY is up 1.1% on the back of good results against a dire FTSE. That might not be enough to persuade you to buy PCF but it ought to be enough to stop you selling and yet that's exactly what happened this morning. Further those 5 trades in the first half hour all look connected to me as if they are from the same party. I'd give you 50/50 they aren't even sells in the traditional sense but MM to MM trades with one MM squaring their book. If we want to be positive we can reflect that in a time period which is heading for the worst October in a decade PCF has done much much better than the market that may show where it will bounce to when the market picks up. The AIM market is in a terrible state. YU. another example of what AIM is all about with it falling 80% in a day due to accounting irregularities. I for one am ready for this to move to the main market where it will become more investable by the small cap funds As long as Scott and the management do the right things the price will rise. Santa rally coming soon!
cc2014
23/10/2018
08:00
The Stockdale quote was about retail deposits and the loan book being “well ahead of forecasts”. That quote is NOT directly about profit. Anyhow, I do agree with you and think there is much more upside to go.
graham1ty
23/10/2018
07:39
Graham1TY et al: Stockdale said "... significantly ahead of our forecast. We will revisit our forecasts at the time of the finals" So, subject to general market sentiment (obviously not great at the moment) it would appear to be an opportune moment to buy further shares in PCF. At least for me if there is another general market sell off PCF are in my top list of shares to add to. Nice to be prepared...
carcosa
22/10/2018
20:53
Yes Big Fella as do I.Should have wrote I would be tempted to add to quite a large holding.
geraldus
22/10/2018
19:51
I already have a large holding. One of the few I have decided to keep regardless. The recent news flow has only reinforced that view
the big fella
22/10/2018
18:58
Seems to be positioning itself very nicely to move forward with strong momentum but general lack of confidence in markets at the moment possibly holding it back.If it does weaken I would be very tempted to top up to quite a large holding. GLA.
geraldus
22/10/2018
10:49
Indeed. However PCF have been tipped in the press and given the recent positive news flow I am sure there will be further positive coverage going forward. The wider market is poor but this will remain a stock pickers market. This will be a winner over the medium term
the big fella
22/10/2018
10:47
Really disappointed reaction so dull...
graham1ty
22/10/2018
08:16
Carcosa, I think Scott is incredibly cautious. With the current growth, and Azure, I think you are right they will hit the £350m early. He just does not want to over egg it. I think most interesting will be upgrades to forecasts for, particularly, 2020. If they get substantially upgraded ( as Scott’s operational gearing comments suggest, then we should move to a better valuation. Do analysts really think Net Interest will only grow by 8% in 2020 ? And eps by only 15% ? That would be the very opposite of operational gearing. There might be another fundraising at some stage to allow for the larger capital requirement. But not for a while. And the forecasts for 2020 (and really 2019) now look out of line with the underlying growth
graham1ty
22/10/2018
07:37
You have missed nothing carcosa. The £350m now looks like a walk in the park and we can now focus on the second target of £750m by 2022 which to my mind was ambitious but now less so. I assume this now to be £800 with Azure.
cc2014
22/10/2018
07:24
Can someone come along and tell me what I am missing wrt the overall lending portfolio? Seems the initial 350m target is no longer a real challenge. when looking at the portfolio growth required. Items in Blue are my estimates: Today they stated "The months of August and September 2018 were consecutive record new business origination months for the Group" so if I understand that correctly the growth rate is actually increasing and not decreasing as I have show in my table (??) "Our portfolio has continued to increase rapidly and we are confident that our target to grow the lending portfolio, through organic growth in existing products, to £350m by September 2020 is on track." So this is before the effect of the recent Azure acquisition which they state will bring in "...origination capability of over £50m per annum." Does that mean £50m per annum in new lending??? Can someone explain? If it does then the £350m target is actually £450m Would appreciate some considered feedback to help my understanding of lending portfolio growth.
carcosa
22/10/2018
07:09
Need to look out for new forecasts. The Sept 18 results are now “in the bag” and confirmed by the Company today. We have forecasts for Sept 19 at c3p. But what we need the market to do is focus on the following year. If the forecast for Sept 20 comes in at about 5p, then these are very very cheap
graham1ty
22/10/2018
06:45
Reads pretty well. The growth rates are astounding: in new business, total book and retail deposits. Had hoped for a “beat expectations” however as operational gearing really kicks in....
graham1ty
22/10/2018
06:24
Trading in-line. Very encouraging. hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/PCF/13836455.html
michaelmouse
19/10/2018
14:51
Must admit Graham l thought there would be a bounce back before Monday.
geraldus
19/10/2018
14:45
Well, looks like a trading statement on Monday then. I hope they have some positive news. GLA
graham1ty
08/10/2018
14:40
[...] Link on proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/10769/pcf-group-acquires-uk-specialist-finance-provider-azule-limited-10769.html Scott Maybury, chief executive of PCF Group Plc (LON:PCF), discusses with Proactive Investors the acquisition of UK specialist finance provider Azule Limited for up to £5.6mln.
carcosa
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