Provident Financial (PFG) - put out a positive looking Interim Management Statement today. This is one I have written up in the past. It seems growth has continued to be strong and credit quality has been maintained or improved and margins are up on the home collected credit side as they shrink the customer base.
The shares are now over £30 and are starting to look expensive on over 19x with a sub 4% yield now, so I wouldn't suggest chasing them up here as they are also close to being over bought. However, they seem to be growing strongly and have good momentum as they are reinvesting to grow the new Satsuma on line loan business. Thus it is probably worth sticking with for now, plus they are still cum the final dividend of 63.9p. However it does make the similar but smaller S & U (SUS) look much better value on just over 11x with a 3.6% yield with a similar growth profile and lower gearing.
If you want to find out more about their strategy then I suggest you download the presentation from their recent Investor & analyst day.