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London-listed betting and gaming operator William Hill has appointed
Adrian Marsh as its next chief financial officer (CFO).
Marsh will replace incumbent CFO Ruth Prior, who announced her resignation at the start of the year, and will join William Hill from international packaging business DS Smith, where he has held the position of group CFO for the past seven years.
Prior to that role, he was group director of tax, treasury and corporate finance at supermarket giant Tesco, and also held CFO positions at AstraZeneca and Pilkington.
“I am delighted to welcome Adrian to the board,” said
William Hill chief executive Ulrik Bengtsson. “As a proven CFO of a FTSE listed
company with M&A, deal execution and multi-sector finance experience in US and
European markets, he will be able to make a significant contribution to William
Hill in the enablement of the strategy and is a great addition to the
Legion Trade Finance – a trade finance provider – has gone into administration.
Legion Trade Finance provided facilities to UK companies in order to allow them to purchase goods from suppliers around the world. These facilities started at £100k in size, with no upper limit. The company appointed Begbies Traynor as administrators on 9 June 2016, according to a Companies House filing. The company’s LinkedIn page suggests that it had 11-50 employees. Legion was not a peer-to-peer lender, in that it was not open to retail investors.
When SME lending specialist GLI Finance launched its closed end fund – GLI Alternative Finance – in September 2015, Legion represented the second largest exposure within what was initially a £40.27m portfolio. The fund had £5.1m invested through the trade finance provider. That exposure was topped only by the £14.6m that was invested through FundingKnight – which also appointed administrators in
Yesterday, the EVP of General Finance (GFN – Research Report), Jeffrey Kluckman, bought shares of GFN for $9,708.
Following this transaction Jeffrey Kluckman’s holding in the company was increased by 100% to a total of $711.
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The company has a one-year high of $11.24 and a one-year low of $5.00. GFN’s market cap is $201 million and the company has a P/E ratio of 12.40. Currently, General Finance has an average volume of 26.18K.
The insider sentiment on General Finance has been negative according to 20 insider trades in the past three months. This sentiment is lower than the average sentiment of company insiders in this sector.
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Zimbabwe facing ‘catastrophe’, economy could shrink by 20% without coronavirus aid – finance minister
Zimbabwe’s finance minister, Mthuli Ncube, has issued an
impassioned plea to international finance institutions, laying bare the country’s
battered economy and saying it faces “catastrophe” if it does not
access critical bailout funding to fight the combined impact of crippling
drought and the coronavirus pandemic.
In a leaked letter, the authenticity of which has been
confirmed by a senior government official, Ncube wrote to the International
Monetary Fund, the World Bank and other international institutions, saying the
country faced record poverty levels.
Ncube said without a transformative arrears clearance and
re-engagement plan, Zimbabwe could “suffer a health and economic
catastrophe” and the economy could contract by as much as 20%.
“This is a massive contraction with very serious social
consequences,” that could “raise poverty to levels not seen in recent
times,” reads part of the letter.
Zimbabwe, which cleared its debts with the IMF, still owes
other international lenders more
Casablanca Finance City (CFC) and Rwanda Finance Limited (RFL) have agreed to promote investment and cooperation between Morocco and Rwanda in financial services.
The agreement, signed on Wednesday via videoconference, seeks to promoting best practices, through which CFC will support the development of the International Financial Center of Kigali (KIFC).
Saïd Ibrahimi, CEO of CFC, said: “We are very pleased to sign this partnership between CFC and RFL. This agreement allows us to expand our network of partnerships and to share our expertise with other African financial centers in a logic of South-South cooperation”.
This partnership comes after the agreement sealed with the Rwanda Development Board (RDB), which aims to facilitate the business of CFC companies operating in Rwanda, added Mr. Ibrahimi.
For his part, Nick Barigye, CEO of Rwanda Finance Limited said: “By capitalizing on the close relations between our two countries, this agreement emphasizes the improvement of the
The Algerian Finance Minister debunked the government over the country’s finance following the crash of global oil, noting that the situation is dire and that it is pointless to lie.
Abderrahmane Raouya, during an improvised press conference in capital Algiers Wednesday, confirmed that the state finances have drastically dwindled, TSA reports.
The North African country has seen its resources affected after the oil prices have plunged across the globe due to low demand as the lockdown because of the novel covid-19 reduced economic activity worldwide.
The country’s national budget depends heavily on oil and gas revenues, which account for 97 per cent of total sales abroad.
The current national budget was built on a price of $50 a barrel at a time benchmark international crudes are trading at their lowest in about two decades. The country’s crude oil, Saharan blend, dropped and is currently sold at around $11.72 per barrel.