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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/6/2019
13:59
20p yes please. Hopefully JC will get the best price possibly for all us shareholders.
johnv
17/6/2019
13:31
Most longterm investors will be looking for 20p.
hibberts
17/6/2019
10:34
Would prefer 16p
johnv
17/6/2019
10:14
Hopeful bid at 9p?
tomv33
06/6/2019
22:15
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
dibbs
06/6/2019
08:53
Many banks are doing the same as above, it's like a snowball rolling downhill.
celeritas
06/6/2019
08:51
Interac partners Mastercard to let Canadians send e-Transfers overseas 23 May 2019 Canadian debit network Interac has teamed up with Mastercard to enable users of its e-Transfer P2P payments service send money to bank accounts around the world. Interac e-Transfer lets Canadians send money directly from their bank accounts to the accounts of other consumers and businesses, using their email address of mobile number. The service is offered by all of the country's big banks and is now set to go international thanks to the Mastercard Send push-payments service. National Bank will be the first to pilot the international remittance option for its personal banking clients, who will initially be able to send funds to Europe. Interac says it will then make the service available to other financial institutions in Canada, where if implemented, they can choose to enable their customers to send money internationally to bank accounts, and eventually mobile wallets and cards. Ramesh Jayakrishnan, director, push payments, Mastercard in Canada, says: "Consumers and businesses today operate globally. Whether it's travelling abroad, sending money to family or friends overseas, or purchasing products from a business in another country, the ability to move funds across borders quickly, easily and securely is becoming a must-have. "Financial institutions need cost-effective and trusted solutions to meet their customers' expectations. This new offering will connect banks to Mastercard Send to help improve customer experience and future-proof their cross-border payment service, all while using the existing Interac e-Transfer platform."
celeritas
06/6/2019
08:50
htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/eservglobal-limited--esg-/rns/homesend-kpis--facility---second-tranche-capital/201905160700042312Z/
celeritas
06/6/2019
08:32
I haven't followed the costs very closely but after they sell the core business, how long can they last without a further raise?
sheep_herder
06/6/2019
08:14
Yep, its growing nicely for MasterCard to snap it up at a snip.
celeritas
06/6/2019
06:58
Encouraging "As a further update on the performance of HomeSend to 31 March 2019, eServGlobal is pleased to advise that the percentage of payments terminating to a bank account destination on the HomeSend network in March 2019 grew to approximately 48 per cent. of gross transaction value flows across the platform. This represents a marked increase from the 32 per cent. recorded in December 2018. The network coverage as a percentage of global trade flows and the global remittance market remained stable across Q4 2018 and Q1 2019"
cheshire man
05/6/2019
06:31
Wameja = What All Mm’s Expect, John09’s Ass :-) :-) :-)
firw00d
04/6/2019
15:18
When are you hoping it will reach 16p
tomv33
04/6/2019
15:01
Took some more on this news,I would be hoping around 16p mcmather but time will tell
cheshire man
04/6/2019
14:33
The news will be picked up by most later on, people miss an awful lot of news if it's not before 8am.
celeritas
04/6/2019
14:03
Can't quite see why people are selling given todays announcement, some fairly regular large sells going through at the moment. Even at 9ish p a nice 50% to be had here in short order i would have thought.
fozzie
04/6/2019
13:52
A premium to the options? 16p??
mcmather
04/6/2019
13:42
Between 10 and 12p I reckon. Cheap but I bet MasterCard get away with it.
celeritas
04/6/2019
13:26
If Mastercard make an offer now (as seems likely) anyone like to hazard a guess as to the number?
fozzie
04/6/2019
13:24
hTtps://seenews.com/news/swedens-sds-to-acquire-eservglobal-business-in-romania-open-tech-centre-656742
celeritas
04/6/2019
12:06
Wameja? Aussie slang word perhaps?
johnv
04/6/2019
12:03
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://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/06/04/proposed-sale-of-eservglobal-esg-core-business/
tomps2
04/6/2019
11:51
Wameja - I wonder if it stands for ‘Where Are Mastercard? Expect Jam Anon’
yorkiemike
04/6/2019
10:56
10 to 12p should do it.
celeritas
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