Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eservglobal Di 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 6.875p 6.50p 7.25p - - - 0 07:30:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 13.4 -13.1 -3.7 - 44.01

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/7/2017
11:51
My guess is the punter who sold prior to the results is now buying back at the price he sold at.Waste of time and has created unnecessary volatility.
wigwammer
10/7/2017
11:07
New update. http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/eservglobal9/preview
hibberts
05/7/2017
19:57
Mastercard send. https://newsroom.mastercard.com/2017/06/12/sending-money-is-faster-safer-and-more-convenient-in-the-digital-age/
hibberts
05/7/2017
07:21
Up 20% overnight on the ASX looks like news is on its way.
hibberts
03/7/2017
11:26
Taken from last weeks update. Homesend is experiencing a sales expansion which it expects to become more significant across the remainder of 2017. HomeSend has now signed agreements with several banks and is supporting further bank agreements through Mastercard Send. Based on the events of the first half of this financial year, the eServGlobal Board expects the value of this investment to significantly increase over the remainder of the financial year. Well not long to wait to see if the board are all talk. Every time I here Aim company directors give it the big one it never happens.
hibberts
01/7/2017
15:49
Hi WW Lets hope you are right. See link below Stephen Doyle senior vice president at Mastercard send. https://newsroom.mastercard.com/eu/2017/06/28/banks-cant-afford-to-miss-out-on-the-cross-border-opportunity/ https://developer.mastercard.com/product/mastercard-send
hibberts
01/7/2017
10:18
Hibberts - I think page 8 of the presentation is particularly interesting.1) total costs expected to fall to e15m next year. Again, significantly reducing the hurdle to profitability.2) they show profitability assuming central and plc costs are taken out - looks as though they are preparing to sell it on.
wigwammer
01/7/2017
00:22
An example of pinkfish advice, when the shares were below 2p.Best ignored."p1nkfish - 14 Feb 2016 - 20:13 - 494 of 754 - 0when the picture changes so does my thesis for holding.Look at the debt levels back then vs now.Look at the interest payable back then vs now.Look at the security on Homesend back then vs now."
wigwammer
01/7/2017
00:17
"I don't live my life or trades on line"You chose to post here. Anyone who has followed your advice "on line" would have lost money.So either what you say on line bears no resemblance to what you do in reality, or you are sitting on substantial losses.
wigwammer
30/6/2017
19:50
Ww I don't live my life or trades on line. Good luck if you do! Esg has been good to me but I'm not coming back.
p1nkfish
30/6/2017
17:17
Hello hibberts, I had a guess that you had sold out or at least reduced your interest because your helpful posts that so regularly appeared vanished ! I think that was around the last time the shares had one of their trips to eight pence. The trouble with USA business is that they take no prisoners and if Homesend turned out not set up quite the way that the masters wanted then, as you suggest, things would be rearranged I have no doubt.It is a worry. As to the rest of the business it is the perfect example of jam tomorrow and I agree it should be sold for what they can get. I hope that Mastercard will mop up the shares that they do not own in Homesend with a bid for ESG once the core business is adequately quarterised, for sure no senior management time would willingly be spent on it. Alternatively a bid may only appear, if at all, once the core business has guzzled all the cash and ESG is on its knees again. Its a difficult one !
bolador
30/6/2017
13:36
Thanks hibberts
wigwammer
30/6/2017
11:27
Hi WW Nice to see your still here. See the new presentation. http://eservglobal.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/interimspresentationV8.pdf Regards Hibberts.
hibberts
29/6/2017
19:33
"suspicions that Mastercard were not going to let Homesend grow too profitable and that they would take the lions share of any transaction fee"Hi Hibbert - my understanding is HS is targeting cash breakeven this year, after making a $13m loss last year. That's quite an inflection on the back of just one or two bank contracts, and suggests that the implied profitability of each is substantial. If they can get a few more on board, which seems probable on the back of today's report, then things appear very positive looking into 2018.Best wishes, ww
wigwammer
29/6/2017
19:21
"I made a lot of money out of ESG via exit-enter-exit. "Sure you did.If your posting history is anything to go by, you bought at multiples of the current price, sold at a fraction of it, and are nursing heavy losses.
wigwammer
29/6/2017
19:06
The core business has turned out to be a dog they need to get shot of it before its to late. I must admit I reduced my holdings a while back after listening to the last presentation as I was having suspicions that Mastercard were not going to let Homesend grow too profitable and that they would take the lions share of any transaction fee. Only time will tell.
hibberts
29/6/2017
16:41
I made a lot of money out of ESG via exit-enter-exit. They keep piling the debt on and it reads that Homesend is intended to get them out of a hole they are digging deeper. Some bad decisions having to back track on and more debt to be paid off when Homesend exit is made. More cost cuts in the core in the meantime to get it to be sustainable. Tempted to suggest they would be better off selling off the core and just having a Homsend holding. Probably get an instant re-rating. Odier can't go wrong as they are gaining bigger exposure to Homesend with interest in the meantime. ESG need to prove they have a sustainable core as well as an Homesend holding they hide behind.
p1nkfish
29/6/2017
08:13
"The outlook for HomeSend is extremely positive."It doesn't sound like crypto-currency is going to impact anytime soon.
wigwammer
29/6/2017
08:09
You posted similar concerns when the stock was below 2p.
wigwammer
29/6/2017
07:42
More debt. Carefully worded release. Everything depends on Homesend. African 2016 basically written off. More cost cuts needed. Anyone know if crypto-currencies will impact Homesend?
p1nkfish
22/5/2017
15:56
Yes - there was a May update last year so we should expect something around now. Management appears confident that a £13m loss can be turned into breakeven at Homesend this year.What does that suggest about anticipated growth?Of course, it is an option to wait for the potential to be obvious to the whole market. At which point you will likely be paying a 300%+ premium from here. IMO
wigwammer
22/5/2017
15:47
Read the Edison and Finncap research from 2016 and you'll get an idea of the Homesend business - that's what you're buying into . Read the optimistic tone of management who may be a guide. Should be an update soon .
buffetteer
22/5/2017
15:32
I am looking at this for the first time. Maybe I am missing something, but I just don't get it. The story sounds wondering, but it doesn't get borne out in the numbers. The core business this company operates in has been very poor, mostly running losses over the last 10 years. Management have continuously turned over and always over-promised and under-delivered. It seems like the best we could hope for with this part of the business is break-even. The other worry here is management. It seems like they have turned over quite heavily here in the last 10 years, and as of now the current CEO is in the job just 2 years and barely owns any shares (other than nil cost ones). There is a very long history of over promising and under delivering with this company. It seems like most of the hope for this lies with their JV with Mastercard. I listened to the recent investor webcast they did, and I don't think they provided any clarity on the underlying business they have. What level is break even, what are the margins, etc? The only thing we have to go on here are the numbers in the recent annual report. Revenue went from £3.6M in 2015 to £5.6M in 2016 with the loss widening from £10.9M to £13.2M. The company itself is suggesting that we will get to break even from these losses by 2017 CY. Is there any evidence of this? I have to ask, because management guidance has been so awful in the past, I want to see some sort of evidence before investing. I guess what I am trying to say, the message from management seems bullish and "I Want To Believe"!
tabhair
19/5/2017
16:32
hibberts, bit of volume these last three days with one 2m trade,700 trade yesterday, maybe drip seller has finished as price held up. tried to pick up some stock today at mkt price had to wait all afternoon and pay 1/8th outside. what is the news flow outlook with figs etc ?
bolador
20/4/2017
12:23
Why would it?
allysonone
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