The specialist bank saw its lending portfolio grow to £338mln by the end of September, up 54% from £219mln a year earlier, and well on the way to the group's £350mln target, a year ahead of plan.
The group said its new business originations rose 51% to £223mln, up from £148mln in the same period 12 month period a year ago, with 74% of those in the group's prime credit grades, up from 70% in the corresponding period of last year.
Despite the competitiveness of the prime lending markets for business asset finance and consumer motor finance, the group said it's net interest margin held up well in the year at 7.9% (2018: 8.2%).
The firm's loan impairment charge for the full-year remained unchanged from the 0.9% reported at the interim stage.
While the company's lending book has grown rapidly, it has also been bolstering its deposit base, which rose to £265mln from £191mln a year earlier.
The acquisition of Azule, completed about this time last year, has proved to be a successful one with the provider of specialist funding services to the broadcast and media industry originating £77mln of new business in the 11 months it has been part of PCF Group.
Through its hybrid brokerage and 'own book' model Azule generated fee income of £1mlm, compared to income of around £800,000 in the 12 months to June 2018.
The acquisition has performed well enough to trigger the first deferred consideration payment of £750,000 to the previous owners.
PCF said its nascent property bridging finance venture has got off to a good start, with new business originations of £14mln.
"The strategy to diversify our asset classes and income streams is proving a great success and playing an important role in growing our lending portfolio,” said Scott Maybury, the chief executive officer of PCF.
“We have made excellent progress against ambitious targets and we continue to deliver strong growth despite the challenging economic and political backdrop. While there may well be some tightening of the economic cycle over the next 12 to 24 months, given the small market share we currently enjoy, we remain confident that we can continue to grow as planned whilst maintaining our prudent appetite for risk,” he added.