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
  -1.50p -9.68% 14.00p 13.00p 15.00p 15.50p 13.50p 15.50p 58,850 12:32:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3.3 -0.4 -1.1 - 4.76

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24/5/2017
09:20
Mi-Pay Group Daily Update: Mi-Pay Group is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MPAY. The last closing price for Mi-Pay Group was 15.50p.
Mi-Pay Group has a 4 week average price of 8.09p and a 12 week average price of 8.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 25.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.09p.
There are currently 33,984,533 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 278,123 shares. The market capitalisation of Mi-Pay Group is £4,757,834.62.
24/5/2017
11:58
deswalker: Like SteMiS I ended up in this share after making a sensible value investment in ACZ and unfortunately seeing James Leek take us along this poorly judged misadventure. Very annoyingly I have rather more share than SteMis :o( Since the Reverse Takeover I have been following things pretty closely and have obviously been dismayed to see the share price drop. My impressions are as follows: - The chairman has done a great job of streamlining the company and making it more efficient. He has a very impressive CV and we would be totally lost without him. I think under the bonnet the company is now pretty tightly run and has some good people except .... - The CEO is a waste of space and hopefully won't be around forever as he seems to like to disappear off to other projects rather than achieve anything. - If we can win new business then the operational efficiencies will magnify profits very sharply. But we need to win new contracts !! - The Reverse Takeover was more or less sold on the Philippines contract which has so far come to nought. It just seems that right now Asia is content to keep buying paper top-up vouchers and meanwhile the number of competitors within our business just keeps increasing for when the transition to electronic payment starts to happen. Our value-added fraud business seems low down the mobile operators list of priorities over there with vouchers removing that risk and simply writing a set of T&Cs absolving themselves of any responsibility for online fraud being the other zero-cost alternative. - In Europe I expect the market to continue to grow as I can see people actually reverting back to PAYG. But the number of operators in this growing market is static at best. The virtual operator market seems to be shrinking as we saw with the short-lived Post Office Mobile and Mobile By Sainsburys ventures. So the opportunities are fewer but increasing in size which I think was said in the Results. More risk but more return IF we can win the business .... - Our main competitor is a private company called trustvesta.com. Whether there is any interest in a tie-up between the two is open to discussion. Our Chairman has a history of deal-making so will have a few different plans I'm sure. - The China mi-pay links are either a genuine mistake or a blatant ramp. More likely the latter I suspect. Basically I wish I was still invested in ACZ, but we are where we are. If we can win new contracts and retain the ones we have then the share price is clearly too cheap with such strong margins. But if we lose contracts then .... Des
25/11/2016
09:33
stemis: 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...
19/2/2015
00:24
timbo003: These have been on my radar for some time as I have had an indirect interest through my shareholding in one of the Albion VCTs (Crown Place VCT) http://albion-ventures.co.uk/portfolionew/portfolio/mi-pay I was given the opportunity to participate in the placing at the beginning of last week (when the underlying share price was around 34p) and jumped at the chance given the discount and that the placing shares qualify for highly generous EIS tax breaks. For anyone who is unfamiliar with EIS, this means investors (who are UK tax payers) are only effectively paying 16.1p/share for the placing shares and they also have downside protection if it all goes belly up. Any gains will be free of CGT if it turns out to be a multi-bagger (plus a few other benefits) Summary of EIS tax breaks The only real draw back with EIS qualifying shares is that you have to hold the shares for 3 years if you wish to retain the tax reliefs, which is not a problem as far as I am concerned.
18/2/2015
19:07
deswalker: The share price is clearly disappointing but the more I read the Trading Statement and compare the perfomance of the full year with that of the first half year to see how things grew in the second half then the better things look when combined with the improved gross margins and £1m per year cost savings. Announcing that the Philippines contract is with Sun is new news and they are worth googling for their recently announced growth plans. The contract started 3-6 months later than expected though which may well be to blame for this Placing. The China Telecom news is good as is the expectation that all the current Euro M&A will actually benefit us rather than the opposite. I notice that they are also behind the recently relaunched Tesco International Calling app which appears to be gaining traction and is worth googling. It doesn't help me as I already own enough shares but if I didn't I would certainly be having a punt on these at these levels. The infrastructure and contracts have to be worth a fair bit more than the current price to one of the major payments companies, and the Chairman has excellent M&A credentials. Any thoughts appreciated. Clearly I'm talking my book so would be interested to hear other views.
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