City of London Group Plc Company Profile (LON:CIN)

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Latest Headlines for City of London Group Plc (LON:CIN)
07/21/16 01:07 PMNew City of London group to help government with Brexit talks - [Reuters - UK Focus] - Veterans of the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) 's financial services industry are setting up a forum to help the British government in Brexit talks with the European Union, people involved in the project said on Thursday. Britain's shock vote to leave the bloc has forced financial firms to rethink their business strategy which has until now depended on having an EU "passport" to operate across the region from a base in London. Daniel Hodson, a former chief executive of London derivatives exchange LIFFE which is now part of ICE, said the new group - initially known as City United - aimed to bring together under one roof those in the financial sector who backed and opposed Brexit.
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07/16/16 03:10 PMFC Cincy’s international friendly earning MLS attention
07/16/16 10:29 AM'I’m not a deal junky... We are not on a mission to acquire things': Amlin chief executive on life after a takeover -
07/15/16 07:17 PMThe Latest: Hollande: 'maybe' a group was behind attack
07/15/16 11:02 AMBrexit doubts won't slow US-EU trade talks: negotiators -
07/15/16 09:34 AMGermany signals no pushover in EU trade talks with Britain - [Reuters - UK Focus] - BERLIN/LONDON, July 15 (Reuters) - Germany, just like Britain, will have its own demands when the UK negotiates its new relations with the European Union, the Berlin finance ministry said on Friday, seeking to play down hopes of an easy deal to keep London's financial hub intact. A ministry spokesman clarified comments made on Thursday by Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, who had said it was "very reasonable" of his British counterpart to want access to the EU single market for financial institutions in London.
07/14/16 03:19 PMLondon Broker’s Dublin Hedge Signals Dim Hopes for Brexit Plan
07/14/16 08:50 AMLondon Broker’s Dublin Hedge Shows Dim Hopes for Brexit Plan (1)
07/14/16 08:50 AMFTSE 100 and 250 continue to surge — BREXIT BOOM CONTINUES
07/14/16 08:50 AMICAP to Stay Put Even If Clients Leave London Post Brexit
07/13/16 03:16 PMBernie Sanders endorses Hillary Clinton, but some grumbles remain: Ohio Politics Roundup
07/13/16 11:17 AMStandard Life, Legal & General Join Property-Fund Sales Rush (2)
07/12/16 10:03 AMEU's Moscovici urges Britain's May to 'accelerate' Brexit -
07/08/16 03:16 PMBrexit's bitter aftertaste empties London restaurant tables
07/08/16 11:14 AMPosh U.K. eateries in post-vote slump
07/07/16 03:16 PMBrexit’s Bitter Aftertaste Empties London Restaurant Tables
07/06/16 03:20 PMParis Tries Letters, Berlin Billboards in London Jobs Quest
07/05/16 07:59 AMExane BNP Paribas announced (LON:LAND) Land Securities Group Plc, renewing its target price to GBX1,100 earlier today
06/30/16 09:47 AMUK markets watchdog asks banks to weigh up Brexit options - [Reuters - UK Focus] - Britain's markets watchdog has called on banks to assess how different trading relations with the European Union would hit the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) 's role as a global financial centre. Companies in the sector rely on a "passport" to offer services across the 28-nation bloc, but with Britain voting last week to withdraw from the EU, they may not have full passporting rights in future. Britain won't begin formal exit negotiations with Brussels for months and any agreement on new trade relations could take years to finalise.
06/29/16 12:25 PMFrance says London must lose euro clearing houses post-Brexit - [AFP] - French President Francois Hollande gives a press conference on June 29, 2016 at the European Union headquarters in Brussels
06/28/16 01:23 PMEU leaders tell Britain to exit swiftly, market rout halts - [Reuters - UK Focus] - LONDON/BRUSSELS, June 28 (Reuters) - European leaders told Britain on Tuesday to act quickly to resolve the political and economic chaos unleashed by its vote to leave the European Union, a move the IMF said could put pressure on global growth. British Finance Minister George Osborne, whose attempt to calm markets had fallen on deaf ears on Monday, said the country would have to cut spending and raise taxes to stabilise the economy after a third credit ratings agency downgraded its debt. European countries are concerned about the impact of the uncertainty created by Britain's vote to leave on the 27 other EU member states.
06/28/16 08:21 AMLondon Mayor Khan demands more autonomy after Brexit vote - [Reuters - UK Focus] - London should swiftly be granted more autonomy to help it ride out the economic uncertainty unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the European Union, Mayor Sadiq Khan said on Tuesday. While the United Kingdom voted 52 to 48 percent to leave the bloc, London voted to remain, unlike most of the rest of England. Since then, more than 175,000 people have signed an online petition calling for London to become an independent city-state.
06/25/16 07:07 AMWhat Brexit Means for the City of London
06/24/16 11:45 AMBritain votes to leave EU, Cameron resigns - [AFP] - British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) flanked by his wife Samantha speaks to the press in front of 10 Downing street in central London on June 24, 2016
06/24/16 04:12 AMCity workers in London break down in shock at Brexit vote -
06/24/16 01:07 AMUK financial centre says continued access to EU market crucial after Brexit - [Reuters - UK Focus] - Britain's vote to leave the European Union won't result in a "mass exit" of banks and other financial institutions, the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) financial district said on Friday. Banks based in London rely on a so-called EU "passport" that allows them to operate across the 28-country bloc's capital market unhindered. Some banks have said they would shift operations to the euro zone if Britain left the EU.
06/22/16 05:22 PMTheCityUK lists 'demands' in case of Brexit -the Telegraph - [Reuters - UK Focus] - Finance industry lobby group TheCityUK has itemised a list of "demands" for politicians if Britain votes to leave the European Union in Thursday's referendum, the Daily Telegraph reported on Wednesday. TheCityUK, which is against a Brexit, said in March that all alternatives to Britain's membership of the EU are second best and risk damaging the competitiveness of the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) 's finance industry.
06/21/16 03:05 PM'Big Bang' to Brexit: The City of London fears end of golden age
06/21/16 07:58 AMAxa May Reassess City of London Tower Plan on Brexit Vote (1)
06/21/16 07:58 AMEnd of the Golden Goose? Brexit and the City of London
06/21/16 07:07 AMBrexit: Job Losses for the City of London? -
06/20/16 03:12 PMLondon fears end to Golden Age
06/20/16 09:34 AMLack of candidates causes little diversity on Hamilton committee
06/16/16 07:37 AMOrlando gunman had strong indications of radicalization
06/16/16 07:37 AMWhat Would ‘Brexit’ Really Mean for Firms in London’s City?: Q&A
06/16/16 06:21 AMOne week to EU vote, investors nervous as Brexit looms - [AFP] - A new poll by Ipsos Mori shows 53 percent in favour of a Brexit compared to 47 percent wanting to remain in the EU
06/16/16 05:48 AMECB's Nowotny: Brexit would hurt financial business in London - [Reuters - UK Focus] - European Central Bank governing council member Ewald Nowotny said a British exit, or Brexit, from the European Union after a referendum on June 23 would hurt the 'City of London', as businesses would move to financial centres in the EU. Brexit would likely cause small short-term turbulences in the financial markets, but in the long term structural changes in the financial business landscape in Europe would be more significant, the head of the Austrian central bank said on Thursday. "The role of this financial centre (in London) will deteriorate, no doubt (in case of a Brexit)," Nowotny said at a panel discussion on the European economic and monetary union in Vienna.
06/14/16 03:08 PMLondon's financial leaders split on Brexit
06/13/16 12:08 PMECB says reviewed banks' Brexit contingency plans -
06/10/16 03:18 PMStyles & Wood Secures String Of UK Contracts Worth GBP23 Million
06/10/16 03:17 PMStyles & Wood Group sees surge in North West as it wins contracts worth £23mln
06/08/16 06:46 AMIs Money Leaving The UK Due To Brexit Fears? -
06/07/16 03:14 PMLondon Stock Exchange welcomes India's first internationally certified Green Bond
06/04/16 01:30 AMFive ways to tap into a 'secure' 6pc income -
06/01/16 09:23 PMUS bionic engineer Hugh Herr wins prestigious Spanish prize - Herr, 51, currently heads the Biomechatronic Group ... city of Oviedo, capital of the Asturias region. Archaeologists say they have discovered the oldest handwritten document ever found in Britain among hundreds of 2,000-year-old waxed tablets from Roman ...
05/31/16 10:39 AMNorth Korea missile failure reported ... Air strikes in Syria ... Zoo director defends killing gorilla - The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group counted 10 air strikes on the city of Idlib in the evening, which it said killed at least 14 civilians. An activist network says 10 people were killed when a hospital was hit. LONDON (AP ...
05/27/16 01:45 PMOpinion: Charlie Cornish, CEO, Manchester Airports Group - Much has been made of the potential impact on the City of London ... at Manchester, London Stansted, East Midlands and Bournemouth, contribute nearly £6bn in economic activity to UK PLC, meaning that for every £1 the Group earns in revenue, economic ...
04/07/16 08:25 AMLloyds speaks to advisers about potential insurance M&A, reports say -
04/05/16 04:52 AMMountfield boasts strong first quarter contract wins -


About City of London Group Plc

City of London Group plc is a United Kingdom-based closed-ended investment company. The Company is engaged in investing in companies in financial services, which provide finance to the small and medium enterprise (SME) and professional services sectors. It provides trade finance, lease finance and loan finance. The Company's investee companies operate three product platforms: Trade Finance Partners Limited (TFPL), a trade finance provider to the SME market with revenues in the range of British Pounds 3 million to 200 million; Credit Asset Management Limited (CAML), which provides asset backed finance to SMEs, and Professions Funding Limited (PFL), which provides loans to professional practice firms. The Company also manages a small investment portfolio, mainly consisting of early-stage natural resources stocks. Its wholly owned subsidiaries include PFL, COLG Trade Finance Limited, City of London Financial Services Limited and COLG SME (GP) Limited.

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  • Exchange: LON
  • Symbol: CIN
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Key Metrics:
  • Previous Close: $0.08
  • 50 Day Moving Average: $6.730
  • 200 Day Moving Average: $11.152
  • P/E Ratio: 6.806
  • P/E Growth: 0.000
  • Market Cap: $1.21M
  • Current Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $0.400 EPS
  • Next Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $N/A EPS
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