IPF.L - International Personal Finance plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
208.00
+1.20 (+0.58%)
As of 12:02PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close206.80
Open206.00
Bid206.80 x 74200
Ask207.60 x 62300
Day's range206.00 - 208.00
52-week range171.50 - 258.80
Volume5,729
Avg. volume375,013
Market cap463.846M
Beta-0.32
PE ratio (TTM)13.08
EPS (TTM)15.90
Earnings date25 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (6.27%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-12
1y target est305.67
  • Reuters6 days ago

    Doorstep lender IPF to top 2018 profit estimates by 10 percent

    IPF, which provides consumer finance and small personal loans through a network of agents and digital channels, said analysts had forecast pre-tax profit for the year at 99.4 million pounds. IPF, which has been dealing with tougher regulatory oversight in consumer lending, in March introduced more competitive rates for its home credit products in Europe through longer-term lending.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Doorstep lender IPF to top 2018 profit estimates by 10 pct

    Small loans provider International Personal Finance Plc (IPF) should top analysts' estimates for 2018 pretax profit by 10 percent, the company said on Friday, citing stronger than expected collections in its European home credit businesses. IPF, which provides consumer finance and small personal loans through a network of agents and digital channels, said analysts had forecast pre-tax profit for the year at 99.4 million pounds ($130.9 million). IPF, which has been dealing with tougher regulatory oversight in consumer lending, in March introduced more competitive rates for its home credit products in Europe through longer-term lending.

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  • Reuters5 months ago

    IPF gears up for tougher lending rules across Europe

    IPF, which provides small personal loans, also reported a rise in pretax profit from continuing operations to 105.6 million pounds ($145.27 million) in 2017, from 96 million pounds a year earlier. IPF shares were up 4.7 percent at 198.2 pence at 1233 GMT.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Lender IPF evaluates changes to Polish operations

    IPF said on Tuesday it had issued 5 percent more credit in the third quarter, but the group is facing challenges in a number of its main markets, with disruption in Mexico due to the recent earthquakes and possible tax changes in Poland. On Oct. 4 the company said that if Poland's proposals went through in their current form, IPF's 2016 tax bill would be between 12-14 million pounds ($15-18 million) higher, due to changes in the way internal transactions between units of the company would be treated by the tax office.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    BUZZ-IPF: falls after proposed tax change in Poland

    ** International Personal Finance down 12.6% and top faller on FTSE Small Cap index in volume ** IPF says there is a proposed change to tax in Poland ** Main impact for IPF would be an increase in tax ...

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