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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.45 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.40 5.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 6.18 -9.29 -0.01 66
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 5.45 GBX

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Eservglobal Daily Update: Eservglobal Limited is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ESG. The last closing price for Eservglobal was 5.45p.
Eservglobal Limited has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
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There are currently 1,210,850,662 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Eservglobal Limited is £65,991,361.08.
graham1ty: Share price drifts and drifts. The Homesend website is still hopelessly out of date. There is only one thing under News, and that is dated May 2018. There is nothing about funding, or anything that might give an impression of a ramping up of operations. I pointed this out recently to Conoly and rather offhandedly he said “oh, I must have a word with them about the website”. Well he hasn’t, or he has been ignored
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
hibberts: Just a glimmer of hope.
masurenguy: 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.
dibbs: Thanks Tomps2. Interesting interview. At least the core business is increasingly under control with a potential for it to be sold. The Homesend project is never going to take over the world overnight but it remains a tantalising prospect. The 64 million dollar question is timing to scale Homesend transactions. The market seemed to quite like the prospects with a welcome continued recovery in the share price. Dibbs
masurenguy: Latest Edison Research Report Summary Delayed contract signings hit FY17 revenues eServGlobal expects to report FY17 (14 months to 31 December 2017) revenues of €8.3-8.5m (A$12.1-12.4m) below its guidance range of €9.7-11m. This was due to some of the contracts expected to sign in Q417 actually being signed in January. These contracts are worth €3m/A$4.6m over three years. The company is making progress in cutting its cost base: it expects to enter FY18 with an annualised cost base of €12.8m/A$19.6m and hopes to reduce this to €12-12.5m (A$18.4-19.1m) through the course of the year. Changes to forecasts We have reflected the results for the 12 months to 31 October 2017 (12M17) as well as the trading update for FY17. We have reduced our revenue forecast for FY17 from A$15.2m to A$12.2m and increased our adjusted EBITDA loss forecast from A$7.6m to A$13.1m. We forecast a net cash position of A$9.7m at the end of FY17, which takes into account the €3.89m recently invested in HomeSend. Valuation: Reflects HomeSend opportunity Since the HomeSend update and the fund-raising in October, the share price has traded in the range of 10.25-13.15p. With funding concerns removed, we believe the market is now starting to factor the banking opportunity into the valuation of eServGlobal’s stake in HomeSend. Evidence of progress in the banking sector for HomeSend (new agreements as well as recently signed banks transitioning volumes to the platform) and pipeline conversion in the core business could support further upside to the share price. Conversely, weaker performance in the core business or slower execution for HomeSend could weigh on the share price. Full report here:
thebigshortfella: I would really appreciate it if knowledgable holders could please give their guesstimate as to where the ESG share price could be by December 2018. Thanks!
celeritas: Hence the current share price and why you can buy in so cheap. I wonder if you'll be saying this time next year if only I bought more. The whole mkt is a risk. You have to start somewhere but everything is easy in hindsight. PayPal was a risk in 1999. Esg is somewhat derisked. Banks are notoriously difficult with plenty of due diligence, look at moni for that, couldn't sign a single one.
beeks of arabia: Thanks allstar Yes, it does seem quite a binary bet on the support of MasterCard. They’ve shown plenty of support though so currently it’s time to ride the share price up. Always something to be mindful of when thinking of selling the granny to buy more.
astralvision: kinbasket Final thought for now, you mentioned WeChat, Alipay, which are run by ten cent and Ali baba respectively. Now the valuations for those two companies are something like $500bn and $350bn. Yes, they are mega and into practically everything and very successful to. The point being you can invest in Mastercard's HomeSend via ESG, ESG having a market valuation of under £100m and 35% of Homesend. You even get ESG's exisiting business chucked in as well, ok, the existing business is not worth a lot, pennies, but when your share price is only 10p even that is worthwhile. It's not very often you get a chance to get a significant stake in something like Homesend and I'm taking full advantage of that.
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