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.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
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.
sheep_herder: Is anyone else struggling with this name change? Both ii and IG haven't updated my account. ii is actually showing me a price of 0 for my holding.
sheep_herder: ESG is dead. Long live WAM?
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 The Homesend website is still hopelessly out of date.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
celeritas: htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/eservglobal-limited--esg-/rns/homesend-kpis--facility---second-tranche-capital/201905160700042312Z/
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://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/06/04/proposed-sale-of-eservglobal-esg-core-business/
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.
gerihatrick: ESG update. This has been written after my attendance at Mello when they presented. As a start up they have been creating the platform with the focus on individual regular small transfers (consumer to consumer-C2C) which do not generate much revenue, using Homesend or Mastercard Send. The transition is now being made from this market to banks using the platform for business transfers B2B). Larger amounts and greater revenue. They are also creating the ability to do the FX transfer as well which also creates revenue-as opposed to using a 3rd party to carry out this function. There are “double figures” in banks currently in process of signing up to the system. They anticipate transferring £4B next year. Bank flows are about $22T market so any small part of that is positive. They do not need any customer facing staff. Mastercard has done that and put considerable resource with its key customers. It is worth mentioning that this is the only asset they have in relation to transfer functions. The recent fundraise was for underlying liquidity to support the expected flows and those funds will be used to generate some return. Some investors at the meeting are very nervous that Mastercard as the senior partner, will in some way “screw” ESG as the minority partner. Two ripostes on that. Mastercard is a bank related business and trust is a key component of their reputation/philosophy. The second is that the “joint holding company” is based in Brussels and liable to Belgian law. In Belgian Law the directors are personally liable to ensure that they act in the best interests of that company and therefore not in the interests of the overseas “ big brother”. I like that particularly after the way Apple dealt with Imagination! The share price has drifted down and there seems to be impatience/concern as to the future. I hold
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.
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!
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