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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Eservglobal Limited ESG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 5.45 00:00:00
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sheep_herder: ESG is dead. Long live WAM?
dibbs: I was surprised to see ESG drop in early trading after this RNS. Sings of definite progress with HS and the decks cleared assuming the disposal gets the go ahead. I was getting a bit bored here to be honest and questioning my investment here but feel more content here. If only it ESG's share price would perform like BIDS has! Dibbs
celeritas: htTps://
tomps2: ESG signed a conditional sale and purchase agreement to sell the core ESG business & associated assets to Seamless Distribution Systems AB, leaving just HomeSend. Purchase prices is Eu2m. Here’s an interview with John Conoley​, Executive Chairman who gives us a little narrative. Https://
mgbt: HpcgLike most things, MC will use many players to test the market and see what works. At the moment it's 30odd% holding. But it's 30% of little unless it grows. There are many players competing. One will ask why use home send at esg instead of TransferWise or worldremit or many others. The key is what market are they targeting. If it's unique enough and a segment no one is going after, great, it will grow grow grow.
mgbt: Fair enough. I personally don't understand why ESG had to try and pump up a story through and RNS saying they note the purchase of transfast.Yeah so what. Transfast is not Homesend. Transfast is much bigger. Does Transfast not have their own banking network?Homesend does not. The most important thing to pay attention to is the numbers showing they, homesend are gaining serious traction. Until that happens MC will do nothing. They have many providers using their service. It's a question which one will do better to warrant the purchase. Only time will tell but there is only fluff at the moment and no real numbers. The latest RNS is classic pump.
cryptotrade: Miti now I know why you're upset. On the 8th March at 3pm MC lapsed their offer. On the ESG board you deluded fool at 3:25pm you stated now they can buy ESG. At 3.49pm on the ESG board you Muppet they gobbled up Transfast you fool. After that you then deluded yourself still by insisting and believing they can't hold 35% without buying that stake out. What an idiot. You were wrong, they didn't gobble ESG. Esg has no banking network, it's nothing. No wonder your upset. You've not accepted you're an arrogant fool yet. Go on. Do yourself a favour. Ive Copied the posts now don't be a girl and change them. For 30mins you were dreaming. Esg and MC then boom transfast. Angry fool. Remember Lemon by Dec 2019 if they don't buy the share.
miti 1000: Its only a mattar of time. I'd imagine Mastercard will gobble up ESG before the year is up. Why on earth would want to give ESG over 30% of their profits longer term ?
celeritas: Homesend is gaining plenty of traction now. Do MasterCard pay more later for esg or try to take them out early. At some point the odds are on that MasterCard will acquire esg.
tomps2: Video covering the FAQs: piworld interviews eServGlobal, John Conoley, Executive Chairman. (c20mins) Https:// eServeGlobal has two parts to the business, can you explain what each does? – 00:22 Can you tell me more about HomeSend? – 02:18 Did HomeSend come out of ESG and mobile money transfer within ESG? – 03:05 What’s the size of the global money transfer market? – 04:01 What does HomeSend offer that legacy systems don’t offer? – 05:34 Is it the technology that’s different from legacy systems? – 07:16 Can you tell us more about the core business? – 08:20 When do you see it (the core business) returning to breakeven? – 09:20 Is the 50% recurring revenue what we should continue to expect? – 10:19 How did you (John) originally get involved (with ESG)? – 11:07 Which regions are the predominant regions (for ESG)? – 12:23 Are there risks in these regions? – 13:42 What are your aspirations for ESG in the short and medium term? – 14:20 How long does it take for a signed up back to start making transactions? – 15:49 For HomeSend is it labour intensive to on-board banks, or just switching a switch? – 17:34 On the core business, you mentioned corporate activity, can you say more? – 18:00 What should investors look forward to for the rest of the year? – 19:20 How will we know we’re really getting traction with the banks? – 20:00
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