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18 February 2020 12:06
(Sharecast News) - GLI Finance said on Tuesday that, as part of the zero-dividend preference (ZDP) share continuation proposals approved by shareholders in November, it intended to make a cash tender offer...
4 February 2020 09:46
(Sharecast News) - GLI Finance warned on Tuesday that it expects to report a full-year operating loss due to weakness in its core business, Sancus BMS.
8 February 2019 10:49
(Sharecast News) - GLI Finance announced on Friday that it will close its loss-making supply chain finance unit in order to focus on its asset-backed lending offering.
3 July 2018 16:05
(Sharecast News) - Alternative finance sector investor GLI Finance announced on Tuesday that BMS Finance Ireland - a company in which GLI holds a 30.3% interest - has entered into an agreement with BPC...
24 November 2017 09:17
(ShareCast News) - GLI Finance has announced on Friday that its wholly owned subsidiary, Sancus BMS Group Limited, agreed to acquire an additional 6.2% stake in Sancus IOM Holdings for a total consideration...
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