Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eservglobal Limited LSE:ESG London Ordinary Share AU000000ESV3 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.45 5.40 5.50 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 6.2 -9.3 -0.0 - 66

Eservglobal Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2018
15:29
Was going to, but last time I looked, you could buy them cheaper in the market.
largeronald
12/10/2018
15:29
Yes, but dyor. I notice that Barc's only offer the basic entitlement, which doesn't add up to much. On this offer there doesn't appear to be any facility to apply for extra, hence I've bought the extra I which wanted, in the market today. The latest date to apply via Barclays is the 14th inst. gl. f
fillipe
12/10/2018
14:55
are people here taking up the open offer- anyone please?
ali47fish
09/10/2018
08:31
is prudential increasing their holding ?
ali47fish
08/10/2018
10:55
Agree that.....
johnv
08/10/2018
10:54
Even SCSW that MasterCard will eventually take out ESG 15% stake, most probably once they sell off the other part of the business
johnv
06/10/2018
16:41
I noted the SCSW mention today, and based on the cash float allowing a 7 fold increase in volumes as per the cash raise, for me, there is a typo in the figures. Imminent/current 2018 volumes must be circa US$6 billion based on progress this year against the Homesend revenue stated for 2017. So to support $45 billion in annual transaction values, not $4.5 billion.
poundforager
06/10/2018
10:30
Nice mention in scsw today. Should make for a bit of jump in the share price on Monday.
largeronald
05/10/2018
08:27
as i am abroad i have asked my broker how to proceed-apparently shareholders have been sent instructions - no one commenting here-isthis a good offer -the ask price is 6.5p the same as the offer-sounless thesp goes up a bit not much of a discount? welcome any insightful comments!
ali47fish
27/9/2018
15:46
Pursuant to the Retail Offer, the Company will offer Qualifying Holders, being holders of Ordinary Shares or Depositary Interests in the Company (not Overseas Shareholders) on the register at the close of business on the Record Date, to subscribe for Ordinary Shares at the Issue Price on the same basis as the Institutional Shareholders under the Institutional Offer.
masurenguy
27/9/2018
15:38
thank you Masuren! the rnsmention a retail offer- is that correct and is it on same terms as institutional
ali47fish
27/9/2018
15:22
It's evidently due to the fact that the fund raising is indicative of the expansion of the Homesend programme and the icrease in income and profit that should subsequently accrue to ESG
masurenguy
27/9/2018
15:17
nobody is commenting why has shot upon such news? which iam happy about but want to understand!
ali47fish
27/9/2018
10:59
" to protect and maximise future value....."
johnv
27/9/2018
07:27
In this context - such as ?
masurenguy
27/9/2018
07:26
There's more than one way to skin a cat.
hibberts
27/9/2018
07:24
It's not quite as simple as that. ESG own just under 36% of Homesend. If Mastercard want to accrue the total income from this service downstream then they have to buy ESG out. There is no advantage for ESG to sell their stake unless a buyout price from Mastercard is attractive since otherwise they can just sit on their stake and let the future income accumulate.
masurenguy
27/9/2018
07:09
Mastercard can do what they want as they are the only game in town.
hibberts
27/9/2018
06:47
Rothschild appointed, looks like ESG wants to make sure MasterCard doesn't screw them.
johnv
27/9/2018
06:24
Ditto the above..........same old same old...........zzzzzz
soundbuy
27/9/2018
06:23
Well that explains the weakness. Let us hope it is interpreted as commitment to Homesend
graham1ty
12/9/2018
14:06
Edison's Current View: The company is having discussions about the core business with potentially interested parties. With the cost base substantially reduced, bad debt issues resolved or being resolved and a growing order book, the core business is now a more attractive proposition for a potential bidder. Excluding central/plc costs, the business could generate a c 20% EBITDA margin, which could make it attractive to a larger player or consolidator in this market. If the company does end up disposing of this business, this would leave a shell company holding the stake in the HomeSend joint venture. We believe that most of the company’s value is provided by its stake in the HomeSend joint venture. We estimate that in addition to the well-established use of HomeSend for remittance volumes, the share price is factoring in adoption of HomeSend by banking customers for cross-border payments. Evidence of recent bank signings transferring cross-border payments over to the HomeSend platform will be key to supporting and driving the current share price. Contract wins in the core business could also have a more limited impact on the share price.
masurenguy
01/9/2018
11:53
The market is presumably liking the fact that Mastercard bought out BICS's stake during the period too. No details on what they paid, but evidence that they remain confident and that Homesend remains very relevant to their future plans.
poundforager
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