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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Provident Financial Plc PFG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
5.60 2.1% 272.60 12:02:10
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
273.00 264.80 273.00 267.00
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NONEQUITY INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

Provident Financial PFG Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
27/02/2020FinalGBX1631/12/201831/12/201902/04/202003/04/202022/05/202025
30/07/2019InterimGBX930/12/201830/06/201915/08/201916/08/201926/09/20190
13/03/2019FinalGBX1031/12/201731/12/201823/05/201924/05/201921/06/201910
28/02/2017FinalGBX91.431/12/201531/12/201618/05/201719/05/201723/06/2017134.6
26/07/2016InterimGBX43.231/12/201531/12/201627/10/201628/10/201625/11/20160
23/02/2016FinalGBX80.931/12/201431/12/201519/05/201620/05/201624/06/2016120.1
28/07/2015InterimGBX39.231/12/201431/12/201529/10/201530/10/201527/11/20150
24/02/2015FinalGBX63.931/12/201331/12/201421/05/201522/05/201519/06/201598
23/07/2014InterimGBX34.131/12/201331/12/201429/10/201431/10/201428/11/20140
25/02/2014FinalGBX5431/12/201231/12/201321/05/201423/05/201420/06/201485
23/07/2013InterimGBX3131/12/201231/12/201330/10/201301/11/201329/11/20130
26/02/2013FinalGBX48.431/12/201131/12/201222/05/201324/05/201321/06/201377.2
24/07/2012InterimGBX28.831/12/201131/12/201231/10/201202/11/201230/11/20120
28/02/2012FinalGBX42.331/12/201031/12/201116/05/201218/05/201221/06/201269
27/07/2011InterimGBX26.731/12/201031/12/201102/11/201104/11/201130/11/20110
01/03/2011FinalGBX38.131/12/200931/12/201011/05/201113/05/201121/06/201163.5
27/07/2010InterimGBX25.431/12/200931/12/201003/11/201005/11/201030/11/20100
02/03/2010FinalGBX38.131/12/200831/12/200903/05/201005/05/201021/06/201063.5
28/07/2009InterimGBX25.430/12/200830/06/200904/11/200906/11/200930/11/20090
03/03/2009FinalGBX38.131/12/200731/12/200813/05/200915/05/200919/06/200963.5
30/07/2008InterimGBX25.430/12/200730/06/200830/10/200802/11/200828/11/20080
07/03/2008FinalGBX38.131/12/200631/12/200714/05/200816/05/200820/06/200863.5
11/09/2007InterimGBX14.4830/12/200630/06/200730/10/200702/11/200728/11/20070
07/03/2007FinalGBX22.0231/12/200531/12/200604/04/200710/04/200725/05/200736.5
13/09/2006InterimGBX14.4830/12/200530/06/200620/09/200622/09/200620/10/20060
08/03/2006FinalGBX21.3731/12/200431/12/200505/04/200607/04/200626/05/200635.43
13/09/2005InterimGBX14.0630/12/200430/06/200521/09/200523/09/200514/10/20050
16/03/2005FinalGBX20.7531/12/200331/12/200413/04/200515/04/200503/06/200534.4
27/07/2004InterimGBX13.6530/12/200330/06/200415/09/200417/09/200415/10/20040
26/02/2004FinalGBX19.931/12/200231/12/200307/04/200413/04/200414/05/200433
23/07/2003InterimGBX13.130/12/200230/06/200317/09/200319/09/200317/10/20030
26/02/2003FinalGBX18.4431/12/200131/12/200209/04/200311/04/200309/05/200330.9
24/07/2002InterimGBX12.4630/12/200130/06/200218/09/200220/09/200218/10/20020
27/02/2002FinalGBX17.631/12/200031/12/200117/04/200219/04/200210/05/200229.35
23/07/2001InterimGBX11.7530/12/200030/06/200119/09/200121/09/200119/10/20010
22/02/2001FinalGBX16.431/12/199931/12/200011/04/200117/04/200109/05/200127.3
27/07/2000InterimGBX10.930/12/199930/06/200018/09/200022/09/200020/10/20000
24/02/2000FinalGBX14.931/12/199831/12/199903/04/200007/04/200005/05/200024.8
29/07/1999InterimGBX9.930/12/199830/06/199920/09/199924/09/199920/10/19990
25/02/1999FinalGBX13.631/12/199731/12/199829/03/199906/04/199907/05/199922.5
02/04/1998SpecialGBX3531/12/199731/12/199827/04/199824/04/199801/05/19980
30/07/1998InterimGBX8.930/12/199730/06/199821/09/199825/09/199821/10/19980
19/02/1998FinalGBX11.7531/12/199631/12/199709/03/199813/03/199829/04/199819.5

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
10/5/2021
07:51
1cutandrun: It is with regret that PFG has decided to withdraw from the home credit market entirely and is considering a sale of this business. The home credit business will be placed into a managed run-off, which would be expected to conclude by December 2021.
04/5/2021
15:49
1cutandrun: I have been contacted today from someone in the company and informed that staff meetings were held this morning and they were told, business as usual. If you have read my previous posts, I stated PFG want rid of this business. If they do not run off, they can sell it on as a clean business or do what they did with Provident Polska, now IPF. Whichever option they take, it will be a positive move. It's not if but when.
04/5/2021
15:34
1cutandrun: Operational Review of CCD Update PFG notes the recent media coverage regarding the previously announced operational review of its Consumer Credit Division (CCD) including, as an option, the possibility of a managed run-off of its home credit and Satsuma businesses. The Group confirms that, whilst no decisions have been made, the review is nearing completion and the outcome will be announced with the Group's full year 2020 results, to be published on Monday 10 May.
18/4/2021
15:35
jimbobs147: Given the court case went well for Amigo I can't see why it will be any different for PFG so hopefully that should then give us certainty on the max payout which should give the share price some octane.
08/4/2021
10:41
1cutandrun: You have done the right thing buying on the down to average out. It's amazing how that can multiply profit when they go up. A simple calculation is the 1 to 10 scale. You buy ten at £100 and again at nine ,a £100, all the way down to one. Most people would think the average would be 50% but because you get more shares from five down than six up the average is a lot less. People get blinded by averages. I always buy on the down to average out. There is no date as yet on the PFG page for the Annual Report. That's the only thing I'm concerned about, is regarding the delay. For a company to extend a report by a month is not usually a good sign.
08/4/2021
00:11
jimbobs147: I'm in this share up to my neck and chucked another £5K at it @ £1.85 to average down to £3.79 so still got a way to go. Still see myself in ten years time crystallising my SIPP and thanking PFG for a happy retirement though, think it can still get back to £10!!Is there a date for the YE2020 report?
07/4/2021
23:46
1cutandrun: I put a post on here 15th March stating the shares were ridiculously low at £1.89. How many bought at this price. In just three weeks they have increased, as of today to £2.38. Don't be fooled with this FCA business, it's all a red herring. PFG are in a win win situation, regarding this matter. The Annual Report is due soon and who knows how the City will take it. Regardless, if the share price goes down or up on the day, I'm buying more as I'm confident these will go over £3.00. I've put my neck on the chopping block, will I be proven right, lets wait and see.
15/3/2021
10:55
fenners66: "fenners66 26 Aug '20 - 09:34 - 3890 of 4049 "CCD reported a loss before tax (LBT) of GBP37.6m (H1'19 LBT: GBP15.1m) " But receivables were down about £100m What is the point of lending to lose money ? I confess I have only read the first section and not all the way through - maybe there is some better news further down." Based on the fundamentals I was negative on PFG in August and said so on here at the time. In terms of share price , a buyer then could have done well , if sold at the high later. However those CCD fundamentals and presumably the internal impact of attempting to chase loans to improve profitability have come back to bite PFG. Furlough is still to end, unemployment could yet get worse. Now we read that CCD is a complete disaster. This company has been heading down the toilet since the share price hit about £30.
26/8/2020
13:13
fenners66: " Dividends The Board is not proposing an interim dividend with respect to this financial year (H1'19: 9.0p per share), in line with its decision to preserve capital, and support business stability, when deciding to not pay the final dividend for FY'19. However, it remains our intention to resume dividend payments to shareholders as soon as operational and financial conditions normalise. " I had to go back and check that after reading this bit above - "Broker Shore Capital....a dividend yield of almost 13%" WTF?! Do they get someone's kids to write these ? I note some other analysts musings above are suggesting a forward yield of 8.6%. BUT the current actual yield is Zero. So where does the amateur get 13% from ?
20/4/2020
16:24
fenners66: You are adding back £40m of dividend that would have been paid - when ? Also you are adding it back to 2019 retained. What is the current trading doing though ? >seagreen 30 Mar '20 - 11:16 - 3241 of 3251 "Of course I am it was earned in 2019 and accrued and gets removed from retained reserves where else do you expect it to come from? Otherwise it would be double counting?" Really ? Since you obviously Cannot read the accounts I will point out page 172 Annual accounts 2019 "Statements of changes in shareholders equity" States clearly at the bottom retained earnings of £118.9m - your approximated £120m The line above is ...... dividends (47.6) that's £47.6million. Still with me ? Then look at Page 170 "Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income" there is a note at the bottom of it....... * The total cost of dividends paid in the year was £47.6m (2018: £nil). "PAID" in the year Its a great big clue ....... Now I know you are struggling with this but..... Now go to Page 174 ............. here's another clue...... "Statements of cash flows For the year ended 31 December" There's a column 2019 Dividends paid to Company shareholders 7 (47.6) that's a negative flow of £47.6m because it was PAID BUT it gets even better !! Why ? See that little number 7 ? Its a note number You see Financial Statements are followed by lots of notes to try and explain them , to the uninitiated. Unfortunately since the uninitiated don't take the time to read them they remain to this day - ignorant. Now go to Page 193 , note 7 £47.6m dividends paid......... But the final nail in the coffin of the ignorant is....... "The directors are recommending a final dividend in respect of the financial year ended 31 December 2019 of 16.0p per share (2018: 10.0p) which will amount to an estimated dividend payment of £40.5m (2018: £25.1m). If approved by the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on 7 May 2020, this dividend will be paid on 22 May 2020 to shareholders who are on the register of members at 3 April 2020. This dividend is not reflected in the balance sheet as at 31 December 2019 as it is subject to shareholder approval" THIS DIVIDEND IS NOT REFLECTED IN THE BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31DECEMBER AS IT IS SUBJECT TO SHAREHOLDER APPROVAL Seagreen - get yourself a financial education I gave you that lesson for free.....
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