- Non-Standard Finance said it had grown its loan book and experienced lower rates of impairment across all three of its business divisions since its last trading update in November.

The branch-based lending business, Everyday Loans, grew its loan book by 21% to £148.5m in 2017, the company said.

Loans at Home, meanwhile, grew its loan book by 53% to £51.2m.

The guarantor loans division comprising George Banco and TrustTwo grew its combined net loan book by 35% on a pro forma basis to £48.2m.

At 8:05am: [LON:NSF] Nonstandard Finance Plc share price was -3.9p at 71.1p

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