MBNKF - Metro Bank Holdings PLC

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-0.0500 (-3.50%)
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Previous Close1.4300
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's Range1.3800 - 1.3800
52 Week Range0.7600 - 1.9100
Avg. Volume9,196
Market Cap238.209M
Beta (5Y Monthly)2.06
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.5600
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Metro Bank posts second quarter of profitability on mortgage loans demand

    For Metro Bank, which in 2010 became the first lender to be granted a high-street banking licence in Britain in 150 years, the profitability status caps over two tumultuous years after an accounting scandal in 2019 prompted probes by UK regulators. "March has been our strongest month of performance since the turnaround commenced," Chief Executive Daniel Frumkin said in a statement. British banks have also seen a profit boost from successive rate hikes by the Bank of England, designed to curb rampant inflation, as they profit on the gap between what they charge on lending and pay out on deposits.

  • Simply Wall St.

    With 52% institutional ownership, Metro Bank PLC (LON:MTRO) is a favorite amongst the big guns

    Key Insights Given the large stake in the stock by institutions, Metro Bank's stock price might be vulnerable to their...

  • The Guardian

    Metro Bank risks shareholder revolt over pay increase for top bosses

    Glass Lewis urges investors to vote against award, saying 20% hike unjustified given average 5% rise for staff

  • Simply Wall St.

    Metro Bank Full Year 2022 Earnings: Beats Expectations

    Metro Bank ( LON:MTRO ) Full Year 2022 Results Key Financial Results Revenue: UK£483.6m (up 23% from FY 2021). Net...

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Metro Bank flags limited growth in 2023 net interest margin

    Metro Bank posted a narrower annual loss on Thursday, but said its net interest margin growth will be limited in 2023 as the British mid-sized lender expects fewer base rate moves and inflationary pressures to outweigh its cost initiatives. Banks that saw an increase in their profit amid a rise in interest rates are now struggling with rampant inflationary pressures and a cost-of-living crisis. Metro Bank, which has had a tumultuous few years after an accounting blunder back in 2019 led to fines and probes by the UK regulators, saw its net interest margin - a key measure of profitability - improve by 52 basis points to 1.92% for the year ended Dec. 31.

  • Reuters

    Metro Bank increases bad loans provisions as cost-of-living crisis bites

    Bank profits have been lifted by successive rate hikes by the Bank of England, enabling them to make more money on lending to consumers and businesses, despite the threat to the economy posed by elevated levels of inflation. London-based Metro Bank said on Thursday the majority of the loan loss-related provision was due to a 33 million pounds ($39.54 million) increase in impairments on loans to consumers, although the lender added it was yet to see any signs of significant distress among customers. Metro Bank's annual losses fell by about two-thirds in 2022 to 50.6 million pounds.

  • Simply Wall St.

    Metro Bank PLC's (LON:MTRO) Shift From Loss To Profit

    Metro Bank PLC ( LON:MTRO ) is possibly approaching a major achievement in its business, so we would like to shine some...

  • Simply Wall St.

    A Metro Bank PLC (LON:MTRO) insider increased their holdings by 100% last year

    Looking at Metro Bank PLC's ( LON:MTRO ) insider transactions over the last year, we can see that insiders were net...

  • The Guardian

    Metro Bank fined £10m for misleading investors

    FCA also penalises two of challenger bank’s former top executives

  • The Telegraph

    Metro Bank fined £10m for publishing incorrect information

    Metro Bank has been fined £10m by the City watchdog after the lender failed to disclose an accounting blunder to investors.

  • PA Media: Money

    Metro Bank fined £10m for giving investors false information

    Two of the bank’s former bosses, chief executive Craig Donaldson and chief financial officer David Arden, have also been given individual fines.

  • Sky News

    Metro Bank fined £10m for publishing 'incorrect information to investors'

    Metro Bank has been fined just over £10m by the City watchdog for breaching rules by "publishing incorrect information to investors". The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it related to figures published by the bank in October 2018 that it "was aware at the time" were wrong. The challenger bank later said in January 2019 it had corrected risk weightings of some of its commercial loan portfolios.

  • Simply Wall St.

    After losing 32% in the past year, Metro Bank PLC (LON:MTRO) institutional owners must be relieved by the recent gain

    To get a sense of who is truly in control of Metro Bank PLC ( LON:MTRO ), it is important to understand the ownership...

  • PA Media: Money

    Metro Bank assures over borrower resilience as it cheers returning to profit

    The group set aside another £10m for loans expected to turn sour, but said it was not yet seeing signs of borrower distress in the costs crisis.

  • Reuters

    Britain's Metro Bank returned to profit in September, sees no customer stress

    Metro Bank said on Wednesday it returned to profit in September by keeping a tight rein on costs and has so far seen no sign of increased stress among its customers as Britain grapples with higher interest rates and an escalating cost of living crisis. The bank set aside a 10 million pound ($11.49 million) provision in case of losses on loans, and it expects its net interest margin to continue to increase through 2023 as interest rates climb. "There has been no deterioration in early warning indicators and no signs of stress or increased delinquency across the customer base," the bank said in third quarter trading update.

  • Simply Wall St.

    Metro Bank PLC (LON:MTRO) Is Expected To Breakeven In The Near Future

    With the business potentially at an important milestone, we thought we'd take a closer look at Metro Bank PLC's...

  • Reuters

    HSBC and Metro bank join Britain's Stop Scams hotline

    HSBC, its online arm First Direct, and Metro Bank have joined a fraud-reporting hotline as the cost of living crisis increases the number of financial scams, an industry body said on Tuesday. Britain has become the scam capital of the world as more people bank online, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic began unfolding in 2020. Members already include Barclays, Meta, Microsoft, Google, NatWest, Nationwide Building Society, Santander and Talk Talk.

  • PA Media: Money

    HSBC, First Direct and Metro Bank join anti-scam phone service

    The 159 service quickly and securely connects the public with their bank if they believe they have been a target of fraud.

  • PA Media: Money

    Metro Bank posts record revenue growth as cost-cutting continues

    The bank said its revenue grew by 31% to £236.2 million in the six months to June 30.

  • Reuters

    Metro Bank says breakeven nears as cost cuts continue

    British lender Metro Bank narrowed first-half pretax losses and expects to reach monthly breakeven in the first quarter of next year, it said on Thursday, citing cost cuts and its turnaround plan. "As of today, we are not seeing any deterioration in our credit portfolio, but we can see darkening clouds on the horizon," Chief Executive Daniel Frumkin told reporters. Metro Bank, which in 2010 became the first lender to be granted a consumer banking licence in Britain in 150 years, has had a tumultuous two years after an accounting blunder in 2019 led to investigations and fines by UK regulators.

  • Evening Standard

    Watchdog tells six high street banks to tighten up after breaking rules on customer information

    Some customers will receive refunds after the CMA identified overcharging

  • PA Media: Money

    Six banks break rules on giving customers correct information

    The Competition and Markets Authority said Lloyds, NatWest, HSBC, Barclays, Metro Bank and Bank of Ireland all breached the regulations.

  • Reuters

    Metro Bank appoints ex-Standard Chartered executive as CFO

    LONDON (Reuters) -British challenger lender Metro Bank said on Friday it has appointed former Standard Chartered executive James Hopkinson as chief financial officer, as the bank works on a turnaround plan towards profitability. Hopkinson will join Metro Bank effective September 5, coming from ClearBank where he was CFO since 2019. Previously he spent nearly 20 years at Standard Chartered, in roles including CFO Regions & Clients, CFO Global Retail Banking and Global Head of Investor Relations.