APQ Global, Morses Club, and Secure Trust Bank are financial services stocks that generally perform in-line with the economy. These companies provide services ranging from consumer finance to investment banking. During downturns, financial services companies tend to be hit the hardest as net interest margins shrink and credit losses grows. However, during prosperous times, they report robust profits and many pay attractive dividends. I’ve made a list of other value-adding dividend-paying stocks in the financial industry for you to consider for your investment portfolio.
APQ Global Limited (AIM:APQ)
APQ has a sumptuous dividend yield of 6.06% and pays out 70.58% of its profit as dividends , with the expected payout in three years hitting 86.96%. APQ is among the markets top 25% of dividend payers, which is certainly enticing for interested investors. Analyst estimates for APQ Global’s future earnings are certainly promising, predicting a triple digit earnings growth over the next three years. Interested in APQ Global? Find out more here.
Morses Club Plc (AIM:MCL)
MCL has a juicy dividend yield of 4.69% and is distributing 82.39% of earnings as dividends . MCL’s dividend alone will put you better off than your bank interest, but the company’s yield isn’t only higher than the low risk savings rate. It’s also amongst the market’s top dividend payers. Analysts are optimistic on the company’s future earnings growth, estimating a 73.33% increase in the next three years. Interested in Morses Club? Find out more here.
Secure Trust Bank Plc (LSE:STB)
STB has a great dividend yield of 4.90% and the company currently pays out 71.26% of its profits as dividends . STB is among the markets top 25% of dividend payers, which is certainly enticing for interested investors. Analyst estimates for Secure Trust Bank’s future earnings are certainly promising, predicting a triple digit earnings growth over the next three years. More on Secure Trust Bank here.For more solid dividend payers to add to your portfolio, you can use our free platform to explore our interactive list of top dividend payers.