Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Billing Services Group LSE:BILL London Ordinary Share BMG110261044 COM SHS USD0.59446
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.75p 2.50p 3.00p 2.75p 2.75p 2.75p 0 06:40:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 24.7 6.1 2.0 1.3 7.70

Billing Services Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/12/2017
20:12
Its so obvious that this is going to delist. They are giving very strong hints...step 1 a tender offer, step 2 a NED reduction, step 3.... the AIM delisting announcement? You should have taken the tender offer in my view as most likely you will be left with shares in a controlled private company. Lets take views on whether this will be a sneaky RNS over the Christmas period.
topvest
21/12/2017
15:30
I didn't sell any either, I even bought some more after the tender announcement. Although I now realise why the market price didn't closer to the tender price, because there must've been an expectation that most shares would be tendered, and that therefore no one would be able to sell all their holding.
davydoo
21/12/2017
07:45
Something is not quite right here but hey . I didn't sell any of mine hoping for a bigger slice of what's left. 164m at say 2.75p is well under 5 million market cap. tiger
castleford tiger
19/12/2017
10:23
interesting to see the reference to a low cost model in the announcement of director resignations.
davydoo
17/12/2017
22:54
I am so surprised that many shares were tendered, and agree that it seems like the existing major holders are giving up rather than taking control, since this action should leave most shareholders at the same % they were before.
davydoo
15/12/2017
16:39
Seems like they have given up on company by selling their holdings at that price.
gark
15/12/2017
08:15
Cash was 16m usd so about 12 m £ net cash now circa 7 m pounds. Just under 5p a share? that right. Tiger
castleford tiger
15/12/2017
08:04
Well 250 million out of 282 asked for it so that has to include Mellon. His bank MFX have a holding also. Surprised Norman cashed out half his chips. Anyway as you can see 160m shares left . I wonder what cash situation will be after this payout? Have we finished paying loans/fines etc? Tiger
castleford tiger
14/12/2017
14:55
Actually that is an interesting point as if they sell an asset and have less shares outstanding there will be more of an impact on the remaining Shares and potentially the large holders own a higher percentage at that point.
gark
14/12/2017
13:43
I'm keeping hold my ball for this game, will wait to see what happens on the sale of the wireless division.
davydoo
12/12/2017
14:44
Being cynical, if you want to increase the take up, presenting it as a more attractive offer makes sense.
gark
12/12/2017
12:30
who sells shares for 2.6p when the company will buy them for 3.1p in 2 weeks time?
davydoo
07/12/2017
18:14
You can't do a good deal with a bad person...from the REAL Warren Buffett. Morale of this company. Minority shareholders are being closed out. Being smug I sold out 2/3 times higher, when I realised that management were a little dodgy. Get out before it's too late!
topvest
07/12/2017
11:52
I'm surprised the market price hasn't gone higher, and that you can buy for a 10% turn in 2 weeks. A tender offer doesn't seem as at much risk of falling through as say a bid
davydoo
07/12/2017
10:47
Mellon has a man on the Board. Hawkeye does Phipps does. The silly thing at the moment you can buy 250k on the market and sell into Tender making 750 pounds profit. Read the document last night. Some more questions. Unless Mellon sells some he will breach 30% post tender. CAN HE? At what point does " concert party" rules come into force here? Or will it ?? I fail to see why they would ask holders to sell out at such a low price. Tiger
castleford tiger
07/12/2017
10:33
one way to stop the tender offer? sufficient buying to get the market price above the tender offer, then the tender offer would only appeal to a large holder who couldn't otherwise sell their stake in the market.
davydoo
07/12/2017
10:20
If the full tender offer is going to be subscribed, then someone here has to sell Jim Mellon 28.60 Hawkeye Capital Management 22.80 Ingot Capital Management 14.62 Phipps & Company, LLC 6.98 Lombard Odier Investment Managers 5.50 Hartley SIPP 5.45 taken from hxxps://www.bsgclearing.com/investors/shareholder_information/ All of whom would be doing so at a loss. So the co may be offering to buy 41%, but there's only 16% remaining beyond these significant shareholders, and Tiger and I hold almost 1%
davydoo
06/12/2017
20:07
I think it needs a 75% majority so technically yes. They are currently around 60% I think.
gark
06/12/2017
17:48
will this stay listed? can they close us out? Tiger
castleford tiger
06/12/2017
16:27
its catch 22 I want the tender offer to be fully subscribed, so that I have a larger share of what's left but equally, I don't want the tender offer to have any success if the result is increased shareholding of a few major shareholders that take it private :/
davydoo
06/12/2017
15:42
DAVYDOO where does it leave us? My understanding is ALL remaining shareholders have to be treated equally
castleford tiger
06/12/2017
15:32
Well they're not having my 1.5m shares for that price.
davydoo
06/12/2017
14:55
Ive seen Mellon stitch private investors up so many times now. The worst one was a German real estate fund. If its got his name eithet on the register or board somewhere you need to get your barge pole out double quick!
my retirement fund
06/12/2017
14:52
Greed is the root of evil here. Just for the hell of it I shall be holding my 1 million shares. As a shareholder in MFX I wonder what they will do with their stake? Tiger
castleford tiger
06/12/2017
13:15
The morale of the story is not to trust Jim Mellon. Charlemagne Capital was bought out too cheap as well. Must be said, that this always looked a bit of a stitch-up. I don't hold, but won't be buying his books, attending his conferences or following his rubbish on twitter. The chap tries to say that he is Britain's Warren Buffett. In his dreams!
topvest
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