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MPAY Mi-pay Group Plc

0.00 (0.00%)
01 Mar 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Mi-pay Group Plc MPAY London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 1.20 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1.20 1.20
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Mi-pay MPAY Dividends History

No dividends issued between 03 Mar 2014 and 03 Mar 2024

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Posted at 27/1/2020 13:16 by tomboyb
delisting approved -

Completion of disposal of Mi-Pay Limited

Cancellation of admission to trading on AIM

Mi-Pay (AIM: MPAY) announces that at its general meeting held earlier today, all resolutions were duly passed. Accordingly, as set out in the Company's circular dated 23 December 2019 (the "Circular"), the disposal of Mi-Pay Limited to AlphaComm B.V. (the "Disposal") and the cancellation of admission of the Company's ordinary shares to trading on AIM (the "Cancellation"), have been approved.

The Company confirms that the Disposal has now completed. The last day of dealings in the Company's ordinary shares on AIM will be 3 February 2020 and Cancellation will become effective at 7.00 a.m. on 4 February 2020. Further details of the Disposal and Cancellation are set out in the Circular referred to above.

Consequently, as set out in the Circular, the Company will proceed with the second general meeting, which has been convened for 4 February 2020, to consider resolutions to effect a members' voluntary liquidation of the Company ("Liquidation"). If these resolutions are passed, the Company will immediately appoint joint liquidators and commence the Liquidation process. Further details on the Liquidation are set out in the Circular referred to above.
Posted at 18/7/2017 16:13 by stemis
Yes, being ramped on twitter. Just search #MPAY and you can see who's doing it.
Posted at 14/6/2017 21:43 by glenbo1
Hi ApHave a look at this.MPAY compared to BNNTo me this has incredible potential. I would welcome your thougjts
Posted at 14/6/2017 20:48 by apfindley
Either not much free float and it's just hit that point where it couldn't fail to move as a small group did a last half hour raid to spike it. Or news leaked. Either way, rns in the morning for sure... o/t for another with limited free float. Worth taking a look at OMIPCurrently having their tcat music copyright and usage analysing tool trialled by a major record label. Ground breaking. It's going to be very useful to the whole music industry. Watch this space. Tcat is going to be worth a lot. OMIP is Revenue generating, debt free, profitable, cash in bank, dividend payer. also, upcoming men n motors shows, YouTube hits gathering pace, exclusive agreement with getting images, ever expanding music catalog.Only 71m shares in issue, and all the directors own a massive chunk, ceo and founder, M.Infante previously held 50%. Hardly any free float available. Market cap £2milli 5 bagged on it previously too. Take a look. A sniff will move it. .
Posted at 24/5/2017 20:55 by stemis
Yes the old ACZ business (which was sold for £4m on 2.5 x ebitda) seems to have gone from strength to strength. Currently making about £2.4m ebitda. One can only imagine where we'd be if we still owned that business. Certainly better than the £4.7m market cap (pre Mi Pay placing) that we currently are, especially as in 2015 ACZ paid it's shareholders a £2.25m dividend...(that's about 7p a share in old money).

Not Leek's finest hour...
Posted at 24/5/2017 08:33 by bad gateway
Thats not this mpay SteMis is another co. thats ripped their name off in china. I emailed the co about it a while back and they confirmed they were aware of it but don't have the email anymore. If anyone wants to verify they respond to emails pretty quick.
Posted at 16/9/2014 09:11 by deswalker
No, still here. Have lost quite a bit of interest in this investing lark in recent years but still have six individual stock positions one of which is MPAY.

Fingers crossed for tomorrow.
Posted at 06/5/2014 08:29 by oregano
From techmarket view. I would have thought newsflow would be pretty good in this.

This week, Mi-Pay, the UK provider of white-label payment services to mobile operators, completed the transaction to reverse into an AIM-listed company. The ticker of the quoted venture is now MPAY. The listing exercise, consisting of a £9m acquisition of Mi-Pay, included the injection of a further £4.4m funding by Albion Ventures, Mi-Pay's long-term backer.

Central to Mi-Pay's business is the supply of pre-paid top-up and recharge services for mobile phones and the company has built a long list of mobile operator customers, including Vodafone, Telefonica and UK retailers, Sainsbury's and Tesco. It also provides services to operators in the areas of remittances, fraud protection, payments processing and mobile wallets. Mi-Pay has been building pipeline in Asia-Pac, where growth in pre-paid phones is particularly strong. The group generated revenue of £3.3m in calendar 2013 (up 16% yoy, with EBITDA losses of £1.7m)

In our recent study, "Finding the winners in UK payments", we highlighted several criteria to help evaluate the strategies of companies in this increasingly competitive area. Mi-Pay has established a position in the specialist area of mobile top-ups, benefiting from both scale and the ability to analyse customer data in this niche. With 10 years' experience it has built a substantial customer list and reputation, with opportunities to extend and exploit these relationships to build some scale (and margin) in higher-growth markets. One key positive is Mi-Pay's policy to fully indemnify its multi-channel top-up service, protecting the operator from potential fraud. This not only underlines Mi-Pay's confidence in its fraud management capabilities and but also provides a source of competitive advantage and a way to improve margins longer term.

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