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On November 17, 2022, analyst firm The Bear Cave revealed that Provident potentially has ballooning bad debt expenses relating to some of its cryptocurrency related loans and transactions. The report also highlights that after Provident’s Chief Lending Officer retired in November 2021, the Company disclosed “a $984,000 expense relating to an agreement between the Bank and the President and Chief Lending Officer in connection with his retirement.”
On this news, Provident stock fell sharply during after-hours trading on November 17, 2022.