Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mi-Pay Group LSE:MPAY London Ordinary Share GB00B0N59376 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 13.00p 12.00p 14.00p 13.00p 13.00p 13.00p 0.00 07:31:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3.0 -1.4 -3.6 - 4.42

Mi-Pay Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/3/2017
14:40
I was nearly persuaded to buy a few seeing all that cash on the balance sheet but in reality it is simply money owed to directors or customers. If that fell due the cash would be gone.
tiswas
17/3/2017
13:17
James Leek adding a few to hold over 4%. Small vote of confidence and a tick up.
battlebus2
22/2/2017
23:32
hTTps://www.mi-pay.com/news/mi-pay-and-12-telecom-strategic-partnership-agreement/
battlebus2
31/1/2017
16:04
I've been adding a few here also, should do well long term imv.
battlebus2
31/1/2017
15:38
Yes I still have a legacy holding. Interesting update. If margins are higher in H2 and overheads lower (compared to H1) then the company must be close to breakeven. Obviously that would be a big step forward.
stemis
31/1/2017
09:47
Hi Just come across this share today and looks worthy of further research. Stemis, are you still following?
tiswas
25/11/2016
09:33
Has everyone lost interest here? Despite the share price, the interims in September showed some progress. Expectations for full year is revenue of £3.2-3.5m with margins in line with H1. That would give GP of £2.0 - 2.2m. Assuming a similar level of overheads in H2 gives a operating loss of £500-300k compared to H1 loss of £250k. So possibly close to breakeven. Next year Rodders, next year...
stemis
13/4/2016
23:39
Finals announced today and it seems to be very much steady as she goes There's some commentary on the results from the company broker over on Directorstalk: http://www.directorstalk.com/mi-pay-group-plc-major-improvement-trading-performance-zeus-capital-comments/ Zeus Capital Analysts said this morning: “Mi – Pay has announced a good set of FY15 results morning showing significant operational development. The group has delivered a good trading performance with underlying revenue increasing 25.9% to £3.0m (FY14: £2.4m), with both transaction services (+12.6%) and professional services (13.8%) showing underlying YoY growth. Importantly revenue was in line expectations while Gross Profit was ahead due to an 11% improvement in margin. The group’s strong underlying trading performance has been driven by the reorganisation of the business, increased investment in the platform and cost reductions implemented in 2014. The business remains on track to become cash flow positive in FY16 and forecasts for FY16 and FY17 unchanged off the back of these encouraging results. § Good final results: Headline revenue was in line estimates at £3.0m, showing an 11% improvement on the previous year, but up an impressive 25.9% underlying. This was driven by growth in both professional and transaction services. Gross profit was 17.9% ahead of our forecasts at £1.7m, with an 11% improvement in gross margins on the previous year, continuing the trends of H115. Gross margins have steadily improved from 34% in FY11 to 56% in FY15, demonstrating the group’s ability to consistently generate annual improvements. As a result, confidence in the business ability to grow profitability increases. The company made an operating loss for the year of £1.4m (FY14: -£4.2m) a substantial improvement on the previous year and provides confidence that management will meet its target of becoming cash flow positive during FY16. § Operational improvements: Transaction volumes increased 48%, in line with the performance reported at the interims. Management has made targeted investment in the platform infrastructure, implementing an in house fraud management system, which has now been rolled out to over 90% of the group’s clients during the year. Despite these operational upheavals, the group maintained transaction success rates at 86%, in line FY14, while managing to reduce fraud levels by 0.02% to 0.09% of transaction value. The insource of the fraud engine and development of their own technology solution and the subsequent reduction in fraudulent transactions was a key driver of the c. 11% Group gross margin improvement. The group also successfully migrated its customers to a new infrastructure platform, which allowed for the standardisation of the underlying technology, this will enable the group to achieve further scaling of the business in a cost efficient manner. § Outlook: Forecasts remain unchanged, noting that underlying assumptions for FY16 are challenging with an assumed 50% increase in transaction volumes and growth in revenue from professional services. Strong operational and financial performance of the group in 2015 is encouraging and provides confidence that it will deliver further improvements in margins and transaction volumes in 2016.
timbo003
22/7/2015
16:03
http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/columns/northland-capital-partners-view-on-the-city/22623/northland-capital-partners-view-on-the-city-motif-bio-32red-mi-pay-and-alexander-mining-22623.html Mi-Pay (LON:MPAY): Trading update Market Cap: £11.4m; Current Price: 27p H1 in line – top line growth, reduced cost base • H1 trading in line with management expectation with revenue of £1.5m (+10%). Underlying revenue growth, stripping out the major client that was lost in late 2013) was 35%. Continued growth in underlying transaction value and volumes while payment success rates remain high and fraud levels low. • £0.7m reduction in the operating cost base following the reduction in headcount in 2014. £3.8m in cash at H1, following March’s £1.75m placing. • On track to achieve target of positive cash flow in 2016. NORTHLAND CAPITAL PARTNERS VIEW: Encouraging trading update from the provider of payment services to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs). The loss of the major customer in 2013 was a setback after its decision to insource its payments service and continue to skew the financial metrics but there was good growth on an underlying basis. There is an ongoing shift towards digital services for mobile top up and other content services and Mi-Pay is able to offer connections to a wider range of payment providers, secure higher transaction success rates but also indemnify its clients against fraud. Asia offers considerable growth and Mi-Pay has secured a number of clients although transaction volumes are currently low.
timbo003
28/5/2015
00:57
I have now written up a few notes on the Mi-Pay AGM and posted them on the Motley Fool VCT blog where the Albion VCTs have a reasonable following: http://boards.fool.co.uk/albion-vcts-mi-pay-update-13218002.aspx Feel free to copy, quote or plagiarise should you wish to.
timbo003
22/5/2015
23:22
Thanks Timbo. I have quite a few shares so shall read your comments with great interest. Des
deswalker
22/5/2015
18:01
It's the AGM on Tuesday. 11.00 start at 30 Crown Place EC2A 4ES I intend to go along and will feedback in due course.
timbo003
12/5/2015
16:31
Great. Thanks for that.
oshy92
12/5/2015
16:28
The others I have looked at all seem okay (Horizon, Assesso and Venture life)
timbo003
12/5/2015
15:32
Thanks for letting me know timbo003. We have been having problems with the company that hosts our videos (JW Player - never use them they are awful!). As a result we are launching a new site this week and using vimeo so hopefully this will eradicate any problems you might be experiencing. Just out of interest, does this happen with any of the other videos?
oshy92
12/5/2015
15:09
>> oshy92y Thanks, that's a neat web site and a good idea, good name too, very apt. I too have a few problems with the sound, it's a bit intermittent and tends to fade at certain points, the visuals are unaffected. I'm using IE 11 with Windows 7 62 bit.
timbo003
12/5/2015
13:25
Great. Thank you!
oshy92
12/5/2015
13:12
I used Firefox but don't worry, it seemed to work fine this time...
stemis
12/5/2015
12:09
SteMiS Thanks for letting me know. Could you tell me at which times? I will see what is going on. Also, what internet browser are you watching it on. (eg. internaent explorer, google chrome, safari etc.)
oshy92
12/5/2015
12:00
Is it just me or does everyone seem to lose sound at various points in this TV interview?
stemis
12/5/2015
10:43
Many thanks oshy.
deswalker
21/4/2015
10:46
Results on 29th April. Hard to know what to expect as there appears to be no forecasts in the market.
stemis
10/3/2015
11:56
Oh, nice to see that Autoclenz (which we sold for next to nowt) is still banging out the cash...........
stemis
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