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|HomeSend's partners are getting funding which will result in more remittance flows for HomeSend/eServ.
First World Remit last year:
and now Azimo (HomeSend/eServ did a deal with Azimo in Jul-15):
Remittance startup Azimo raises $15M from Viber owner, e-commerce giant Rakuten.
Surely we should have some HomeSend news soon.... News from MasterCard Pass, MoneyGram, eMTO negotiation, recent HomeSend capital injection update due soon.|
|RNS New contract|
|Thank-you. Just waiting right now to see the stock offered at 5 p, if so will be tempted to buy more.|
|HomeSend takes 1.5% commission of each transaction.
eServGlobal will receive 35% of HomeSend profits.|
Could you explain the connection between mpesa and esg in terms of revenue share. Thanks.|
|Vodafone M-Pesa reaches 25 million customers milestone
|Read Edison's note on ESERVGLOBAL, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/AU000000ESV3
"eServGlobal has brought recent negotiations for a major PayMobile contract to a successful conclusion, signing a five-year contract worth €6m. This supports current year revenue guidance and potentially marks the start of a recovery in the company’s fortunes..."|
|I expect a constant flow of good news from Homesend over the coming months which will make the market wake up to the potential of the company.|
|I agree bolador, the pieces are falling into place, and it is bizarre that the company trades on a fraction of its historic market cap despite homesend getting closer and closer to making an impact.ESG currently reminds me of a late stage biotech, which has passed the regulatory hurdles and is about to launch. The only difference here is that the market is (currently) not pricing in the potential.|
|Yes, stock holding a small rise, there must be profit takers about. However the story has changed now, this is not a dying company. There is not a chance that ESG would have got a Belgian banking licence unless Master Card thought it worthwhile lending their support. And now the orders will keep coming. Exciting times.|
|A few more contracts like that and things will look a lot brighter.|
|News for you today, hibberts !|
|MasterCard and Western Union boost Bangladesh’s mobile money transfers.
MasterCard is providing the real-time, back-end solution via its MasterCard Send Platform.
|From last June.
In India, MasterCard to Use HomeSend for Remittance Services
|Insider info fueled the rise then.|
|rising fast news on its way|
|The future is hard to predict but they hope Homsend will be in profit in 2017.
As the year progresses I expect to see a bit more meat on the bone with Homesend.|
thanks for the presentation address. Again interesting but so short on numbers.
I would like to know the gross revenue expected for Homesend this year.
ESG is entitled to 35% of Homsend's profits but is that net or gross and when is the company to generate profits ?|
|Very good presentation and wedcast
|Real progress,it seems but could do with more numbers. What about the value of Homesend for example ? Perhaps somebody at the AGM could ask.
The fear of liquidation has gone away for now.
However on the minimum basis that Homesend is a growing business with a very big backer indeed and the core business can do no more harm the future looks much brighter. At the last count Cannacord had the value of Homesend to ESG to be 7pence per share. Likely they will update this week.|
|The AGM is on Monday and we are due a 6 monthly valuation on Homesend.|
|Cross-border mobile money remittances grew
more than any other ecosystem product in terms
of number of launches and volume of transactions.
Providers offering cross-border mobile money
remittances saw a 51.8% growth in volumes.