Time Finance FY results expected to be ahead of market expectations

Time Finance plc (LON:TIME), the AIM listed independent specialist finance provider, has announced that trading for the full financial year to 31 May 2023 (“FY23”) is expected to be ahead of the latest market expectations1 as announced in its trading update of 8 March 2023. After 11 months of continued positive trading momentum, the Board is confident that FY23 revenue and profit before tax will now be not less than £26.7m and £4.0m respectively.

The Group will provide a full trading update for FY23 on Thursday 29 June 2023, prior to publication of the full, audited FY23 financial statements on Tuesday 26 September 2023.

1.     FY23 market expectations at time of announcement of £26.0m of revenue and £3.6m of PBT.

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