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International Personal Finance (IPF) is a global provider of consumer credit, operating across Eastern Europe, Finland, Spain and Mexico.
IPF was founded in 1880 in Bradford, England, by Joshua Kelley Waddilove, initially trading as 'Provident Clothing and Supply Co'. Waddilove devised a system to help working class families provide for themselves through the use of vouchers which could be exchanged in local shops for clothing, food and coal. The families then repaid the vouchers in small, affordable weekly instalments.
The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and trades under the ticker IPF.
07 Apr 2021
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07 Apr 2020
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