Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safecharge Intl LSE:SCH London Ordinary Share GG00BYMK4250 ORD USD0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 225.50p 223.00p 228.00p 225.50p 225.50p 225.50p 11,831.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 67.7 15.4 10.2 18.9 340.88

Safecharge Intl Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/12/2016
12:35
SCH are nominated in the Security category to win an International Gaming Award: Http://www.onlinecasinoreports.com/articles/finalists-revealed-for-the-international-gaming-awards-2017.php "Payment and Security There are many more award categories being represented at IGA 2017, with payment and security being two extremely important ones. Paysafe and Safecharge are leaders in payment"
rivaldo
05/12/2016
07:19
Good summary of why this investor would buy SCH - and it doesn't even mention the £100m+ cash pile..... Http://money.aol.co.uk/2016/12/02/why-id-buy-safecharge-international-group-ltd-over-monitise-plc/ "Why I'd buy Safecharge International Group Ltd over Monitise plc By The Motley Fool Dec 2, 2016 Payments services provider Safecharge(LSE: SCH) has released an upbeat trading statement today. It shows that the company is making good progress with its strategy and is on track to meet full-year guidance. It also provides clues as to why it's a better buy than Monitise(LSE: MONI) at the moment. Strategy progress Safecharge's strategy to win tier 1 customers is progressing as planned. In new verticals, it's now processing and acquiring European card transactions for Nayax, which is a solutions provider for the unattended machine industry. This includes vending machines in over 100,000 locations worldwide. In traditional verticals, Safecharge has higher quality revenue after tier 1 client wins such as PaddyPower Betfair and Sun Bingo. This should provide it with greater stability and resilience, while also boosting its growth rate. In new markets, the company is now operating in Italy, Romania, Portugal and Poland. This increase in geographic diversity reduces the company's risk profile, while also allowing it to access potentially higher rates of growth over the medium term. And with a new office in Singapore as well as expansion within the travel and airlines market, the outlook for the business is very encouraging. Looking ahead Safecharge is forecast to record a rise in its earnings of 28% in the current year, followed by further gains of 12% next year. On their own, such strong growth rates have the potential to improve investor sentiment. However, when combined with a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 14.7, it equates to a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 0.7. This indicates that there's a wide margin of safety on offer, which should lead to substantial share price growth in future years. In addition to growth and value appeal, Safecharge also has excellent income prospects. It yields 5.5% from a dividend that's covered 1.2 times by profit. Alongside its high earnings growth rate, this indicates that there's scope for a brisk rise in dividends. Relative appeal The payments services market is relatively broad and highly competitive. One operator within the mobile payments space that has enjoyed success in winning major clients is Monitise. Its mobile banking platform has been popular with customers and consumers alike. And the bad news? The company hasn't been able to turn a successful product into a winning business model. For example, Monitise remains lossmaking and is forecast to be in the red in the current year. While it has the potential to turn itself around in the years ahead, Safecharge is the company that's performing well now. As such, it offers a much lower risk profile than Monitise, as well as clear catalysts to push its share price higher and a generous, well covered yield. As such, I'd buy Safecharge, but would avoid Monitise."
rivaldo
02/12/2016
16:28
The share price rise today says it all. The fundamentals have changed - now we know that SCH will be in line with forecasts, whereas previously there was a touch of uncertainty. Now the market has certainty.
rivaldo
02/12/2016
15:35
No new tier 1 customers mentioned apart ftom what we already know. We were told about all the others mentioned earlier in year even Nayax. Profits still in line with expectations. Nothing has changed fundamentally. They have just reworded the outlook statement that put a downer on the share price in the interims.
slipperysidewinder
02/12/2016
14:38
Tier one customers?, I assume these are FT100 or top notch companies
johnv
02/12/2016
14:14
Nothing new. Results in line with market expectations. No mention of new signuficant customers or potencial acquisitions. Just a rubber stamp thst everything going along as expected. In the interims it managment mentioned that growth was expected to slow a little in the second half. This may still be the case. Anyway, nice to see SCH bobbing along in the right direction.
slipperysidewinder
02/12/2016
11:55
SCH have told us that trading is strong and nicely in line with expectations. And that there is "a strong pipeline which provides confidence for 2017 and beyond". This is all new info. You can't ask for more from a trading update. As for the £100m+ cash pile, the choice is likely special dividends or further acquisitions, as SCH have flagged in the past. IMO a special divi is unlikely as Sagi really doesn't need the money - only the other day he sold £329m of shares in Playtech.
rivaldo
02/12/2016
11:49
They havent told us anything we dont already. What are they going to do with all that money??
slipperysidewinder
02/12/2016
08:49
Thanks Rivaldo.
lomax99
02/12/2016
08:43
Forward PER 12.5, Forecast yield 6.06%. As rivaldo points out, on an EV basis things look even better. Whether the £100m cash pile gets spent on an acquisition or returned to shareholders via a special divi remains to be seen. I suspect the PTEC move into the financial sector gives SCH a big new market to address, so maybe an acquisition won't be necessary. Either way, I am happy to hold SCH in size (5.71% of PF). Patience might be required though.
crazycoops
02/12/2016
08:36
Consensus EPS for the coming year is 18.21p EPS from 2 analysts - with a 13.71p dividend. And SCH also have well over £100m net cash, i.e almost a third of the m/cap. On an EV basis the 2017 P/E is therefore somewhere around 8.
rivaldo
02/12/2016
08:27
What sort of PE are these now on please?
lomax99
02/12/2016
08:22
Agreed - excellent year end trading statement: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/safecharge-int-grp--sch-/rns/trading-statement-and-strategic-update/201612020700087571Q/ This stock is cheap as chips. SCH should be fundamentally re-rated upwards purely on fundamentals, growth and prospects for the current business alone. And one day we will also likely wake up to a large earnings-enhancing acquisition from the huge cash pile. I can see this being at least a one bagger from here if all goes well.
rivaldo
02/12/2016
08:20
Decent update. Meeting expectations but also increasing tier 1 customers
trentendboy
02/12/2016
08:03
That set the market alight! way undervalued but we know that.
silverfern
30/11/2016
15:47
Maybe the unthinksble might happen and corporate activity on horizon. Lol
slipperysidewinder
30/11/2016
14:43
Moving up again (spoke too soon slippery!).
rivaldo
30/11/2016
12:20
Like watching paint dry here.
slipperysidewinder
23/11/2016
18:16
Big difference SR Firstly Safecharge have their own cash snd lots if it, unlike GVC having to raise money snd facilitate a share plus cash deal. Safecharge owe nothing! Secondly, Safecharge have no exposure to the gaming point of consumption tax that will, make no mistake eventually filter through to % net profit! Thirdly, as far as I am aware, Safecharge is currently not under investigation. Unlike GVC! Furthermore, Safecharge thus far havent raised any red flags. Unlike the questionable move by GVC to recruit the ex FD of WONGA!! Not exactly the best PR excercise.
slipperysidewinder
23/11/2016
18:16
Big difference SR Firstly Safecharge have their own cash snd lots if it, unlike GVC having to raise money snd facilitate a share plus cash deal. Safecharge owe nothing! Secondly, Safecharge have no exposure to the gaming point of consumption tax that will, make no mistake eventually filter through to % net profit! Thirdly, as far as I am aware, Safecharge is currently not under investigation. Unlike GVC! Furthermore, Safecharge thus far havent raised any red flags. Unlike the questionable move by GVC to recruit the ex FD of WONGA!! Not exactly the best PR excercise.
slipperysidewinder
23/11/2016
14:33
Hello all Slippery states a transformation deal is needed, does he mean like the one at gvc when gvc ceo bought bpty? active
srpactive
23/11/2016
09:39
Nice £45,000 buy at 219p this morning.
rivaldo
22/11/2016
20:18
The latest views of the brokers old price new price notes 20 Sep 16 Canaccord Genuity Buy 216.50 320.00 320.00 Reiterates 14 Sep 16 Berenberg Buy 216.50 324.00 324.00 Reiterates 13 Sep 16 Canaccord Genuity Buy 216.50 320.00 320.00 Reiterates 07 Jun 16 Canaccord Genuity Buy 216.50 320.00 320.00 Reiterates
johnv
22/11/2016
17:40
Surely we should outstrip forecast when one includes the Sisal deal conttibution.
slipperysidewinder
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