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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Provident Financial Plc LSE:PFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1Z4ST84 ORD 20 8/11P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.00 -3.01% 290.40 292.00 293.60 301.20 289.80 301.20 714,303 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 998.3 128.8 33.3 8.7 739

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/5/2019
18:00
Its game set n match..gone unconditional so they dont need the other votes?
cantrememberthis2
15/5/2019
17:55
It's not over until the fat lady sings, 92% of independent investors have not accepted the offer (it's worse than May's deal!), the FCA, PRA & CMA still have to approve it. hxxps://tools.euroland.com/tools/Pressreleases/GetPressRelease/?ID=3609920&lang=en-GB&companycode=uk-pfg&v=
jimbobs147
15/5/2019
17:21
8.88 nsf shares for each pfg if I remember rightly
richardbrook1
15/5/2019
17:14
What price are NSF offering per PFG share for takeover. It's very confusing. Not sure whether to sell up with a loss or stay in until dust settles. Any thoughts will be most appreciated.
jas0701
15/5/2019
16:21
They got 53% acceptance hxxps://www.ii.co.uk/news/non-standard-finances-hostile-bid-for-provident-now-unconditional-al1557936969768575300
richardbrook1
15/5/2019
16:03
Shareholders being rogered up the botty you mean?
tradejunkie2
15/5/2019
15:57
been stitched up here
pictureframe
15/5/2019
13:28
They couldn't simply tell them to FRO as NSF had already received irrevocable assurances from more than 50% of shareholders that they supported the takeover prior to submitting the hostile bid. The fees are astronomical but necessary to fight off the bid, it's Woodford who is to blame for this.
jimbobs147
15/5/2019
13:05
Fees and expenses of GBP19.0 million to GBP21.0 million to do what exactly ? The board could have just called NSF and told them to FRO and that would have cots precisely £0
dexdringle
15/5/2019
12:19
I fail to see how they incur such high costs when someone else is making a offer. Something stinks here.
pictureframe
15/5/2019
12:14
'The total fees and expenses expected to be incurred by Provident in respect of the Offer are in the range GBP19.0 million to GBP21.0 million'. It's a staggering amount with no value added to the business. What a waste of money. Still Woodie seems to like blowing other peoples cash so little wonder he supports it.
dendria
15/5/2019
12:06
"(i) Financial and Corporate Broking advice is expected to be in the range GBP13.9 million to GBP14.1 million" Unbelievable. Is this sort of expenditure really necessary? Here is to hoping PFG never get another bid again, ever. Hope it fails. GLA
minerve 2
15/5/2019
11:34
PFG just we'd to say we don't accept your bid. Business as usual. Unless this company really is in trouble.
jas0701
15/5/2019
11:32
Why is it falling
jas0701
15/5/2019
07:32
Yes, decision due at 1pm, i unfortunately expect NSF to extend the offer timetable and reduce the acceptance level but if they are forced to pull out we should see a strong rise. Not heard of any white knight rumours so PFG must be confident of winning. I’ve built a position here over the past 6 weeks based on the offer ultimately being rejected, i think this is low risk because NSF shares will rise if they are successful and PFG will rise if NSF fail so isn’t this a double headed coin? fingers crossed.
rimau1
14/5/2019
22:28
The nsf offer is up tomorrow at 1pm I think so we’ll find out more then I think. Looks like the price has gone down to equivalent of the offer price
richardbrook1
14/5/2019
21:11
What's going on with PFG does anyone know?
jas0701
13/5/2019
14:45
Down 4% suddenly this afternoon , don't like the look of this new low - cannot see any new news.
wad collector
08/5/2019
06:09
In the times this morning The doorstep lender trying to fend off a £1.2 billion hostile takeover received a significant boost after one of its biggest shareholders spurned the bid and criticised investors backing the deal. Schroders, the third largest shareholder in Provident Financial with a 14.6 per cent stake, yesterday became the first investor to publicly reject an all-share offer from Non-Standard Finance, a smaller sub-prime lender. Its opposition means that Non-Standard Finance now cannot fulfil its target of securing the backing of investors owning at least 90 per cent of Provident’s shares, although it could lower its acceptance threshold.
richardbrook1
03/5/2019
07:13
Encouraging trading update, key metrics all heading in the right direction and new product initiatives being rolled out. This is the bottom thanks to the low ball offer from NCF. Nothing like a low ball opportunistic approach to get A little proactivity from mgt. Massive upside here, happy new shareholder thanks to NCF!
rimau1
06/4/2019
21:41
When will pay a dividend? It seems to have rested back to where it was before the buy offer!
smurfy2001
25/3/2019
08:25
Or not as the case may be...
patientcapital
13/3/2019
09:19
Back on the dividend list, nominally. NSF might need to top up its paper offer.
patientcapital
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