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

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14/3/2019
07:46
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jatin724
14/3/2019
07:46
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jatin724
13/3/2019
21:46
I'm interested in the figures too John. That's the point. We talk about volumes yet it's like a secret. Normally if there is fluff there is not a lot. Numbers speak louder than dreamers. Let's see.
cryptotrade
13/3/2019
20:03
Having been here for the last 15 months, when will we see some figures for homesend? I assume Mastercard will release some figures but when.
johnv
13/3/2019
17:55
Remittance is a huge business. I forget how many have plugged into HomeSend and how many are still plugging into Homesend. In my opinion, we will see more and more digital money transfer services enter this market because they have and are working with leaders in this space, for example, Azimo’s work with Homesend and joint venture of Mastercard and eServGlobal, in order to enable instant money transfers to mPesa. Azimo were at over $1 billion in annualized sending volume last year, a tiny tiny slice of the mkt. In 2018, the global Digital Remittance market size was 1540 million US$ and it is expected to reach 8590 million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of 24.0% during 2019-2025.
celeritas
13/3/2019
17:02
Why B2B is the place 2B Mastercard also believes Vocalink gives it a leg up on the competition by giving it the most comprehensive B2B (business-to-business) payment offerings. Both Mastercard and Visa have recently turned their attention to the B2B space, as a potentially huge, relatively untapped, area of growth. Hund-Mejean estimated the payment volume in the space could be as much as $124 trillion, of which "only" about $20 trillion or so is negotiated at the point-of-sale. In the conference call, after highlighting the many complications and inefficiencies in the B2B market as it exists today, Banga said Mastercard's cross-border capabilities combined with Vocalink's domestic ACH capabilities, gives the company a unique edge and skill set that allows him to approach potential clients with confidence, saying: That's where Mastercard Send and HomeSend on the one hand combined with Vocalink on the other is, to me, the killer app. So today I can go to the bank and go there and say I can meet your B2B needs. You want them through ACH and direct debit, talk to me. You want them through virtual cards, talk to me. You want them through commercial cards, talk to me. You want them through any aspect, I can help you. And I can help you Mr. Bank, and Mr. Medium and Small Merchant by making life easier for you, quicker for you, more efficient, easier to reconcile and streamline. That is our B2B strategy.
celeritas
13/3/2019
16:54
CT filtered, I all for a bit of arguing but you appear to be talking to yourself or to someone who rarely visits this board.
celeritas
13/3/2019
14:21
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.
cryptotrade
11/3/2019
13:46
Graham1TY...fair enough.
miti 1000
11/3/2019
12:57
Can we get back to the company and quit this miti/crypto love in ?
graham1ty
11/3/2019
12:27
Personal attacks aside, Cyptotrade, I suggest you do some research on what exactly ESG do. You might learn something!!
miti 1000
11/3/2019
12:11
AhLook at this illiquid stock. I'll buy when they got 1p.
cryptotrade
11/3/2019
10:52
Crypto, ''This company is a consumer facing products using MCs network. Period''. Clearly you have little idea what ESG do. I expected better from you. I suggest you do your homework cos that statement smacks of ignorance.
miti 1000
09/3/2019
08:08
Doh! Tipped in the mail, apparently. hTTps://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-6787937/PUNT-WEEK-Eservglobal-offers-electronic-wallets-cross-border-payment-systems.html
brucie5
08/3/2019
16:49
No idea, you need to ask MasterCard for that one. What I do know is this will be a truly global company, MasterCard will take them out a long way before true valuation is reached. The current mkt cap isn't even pocket change for MasterCard but if I was to take a conservative guess it would be around the current broker target which isn't demanding at all. Could be way higher.
celeritas
08/3/2019
16:12
What would the likely price tag be for a buy out? In the realistic opinion of posters?
brucie5
08/3/2019
16:05
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 ?
miti 1000
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