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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobilityone Limited LSE:MBO London Ordinary Share JE00B1Z48326 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 2.27% 11.25 10.50 12.00 11.25 11.00 11.00 45,492 09:22:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 169.4 1.1 1.4 7.9 12

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26/2/2021
12:49
amazing lack of interest in the shares still. If H2 2020 continued to grow as H1 did, FY Revs will be approaching £250m & EPS near 1.5p That's a trailing p/e of 7.3, which seems amazingly cheap given the reported growth & the sector the company operates in. I assume solely down to complete lack of coverage / PR
mattjos
16/2/2021
00:04
"the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary in the United Kingdom, M-One Tech Limited, is in the midst of preparing the necessary application to the Financial Conduct Authority to seek its approval for the Group to commence businesses such as payment aggregation, electronic payments and e-remittance services in the United Kingdom, areas in which the Group already has the operational experience in Malaysia" https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/12566201 https://monetech.co.uk/ About M1 TECH.UK M Pay - Versatility at your fingertips. Multiple Essential services under one app. Essentials for every migrant in the UK. Remittance International Top Ups Bill Payments Many more. Converging Telco, business & infrastructure into one eco-system for value added services. Inspiring a digital inclusion & driving growth through digital financial services for the migrant community in the UK.
mattjos
13/2/2021
21:14
This company could soon start to pay a dividend to investors .. one which could easily grow in the years ahead, if based on % of FCF
mattjos
10/2/2021
15:49
Cant see any good reason for the drop back so added on this small weakness. Pleased I could grab some after rearranging portfolio earlier and some cash lying around.
markth126
08/2/2021
13:31
thanks jettydog …. a good simple summary of things for new investors to consider & I agree 100%
mattjos
08/2/2021
12:13
Mobilityone has quadrupled revenue in the last four years but due to the low margin nature of the core business profits have historically been thin. However things appear to be changing as based on the half year report I would expect profit around the £2.5 million level for 2020 (with £6 million plus in cash or equivalents). The money changing licence from the Central Bank of Malaysia, partnerships with Alipay and MoneyGram, setting up s UK office and a joint venture to expand payment terminal business in Malaysia are all moves to boost profitability further. The share price tripled last year so let's hopefully see a similar growth happen this year.
jettydog
05/2/2021
15:27
Yes, it seems poised for a breakout on revenue and the signs are there it going to show to the bottom line in what is a tight margin game
jbravo2
05/2/2021
15:13
welcome aboard jb. Accts do make for nice reading, do they not? This is clearly a 'COVID' beneficiary but, was already going like a train beforehand
mattjos
05/2/2021
14:45
Have bought in here after having read the accts on Monday. All set fair for substantial gains as the pandemic must have driven customers to MBO in increasing numbers.
jbravo2
05/2/2021
14:17
folk still not clocked the importance and profitability of a money-change licence in Malaysia. Market is sound asleep still here
mattjos
04/2/2021
09:29
well, the 2007 IPO price proved only fleeting resistance & rightly so, imo. The company has evolved over the last 14 years into something altogether much more substantial
mattjos
04/2/2021
08:56
full respect for your research Matt - high quality
kaos3
04/2/2021
08:48
topped up..again today very hard to find any stock great stuff Mattjos.
capt bligh
04/2/2021
08:32
Absolutely i remember CHNS ... i did travel to China to see the company & met with the CEO ... more than any other investor or even the Nomad had done.
mattjos
04/2/2021
06:38
Adam Smith wrote, it can be “great fun if you leave the party early.”
kaos3
04/2/2021
05:59
matt - how about a value trap? for years - why now is different? because few discovered it and buy into it? causing it to rise - and giving a high five - to them selfs? I agree with all you post on MBO - but I have just one Q - why this time (but newcomers crowd buying and promoting)is different? I ll be a keen observer for the confirmed break out and I ll be back - if it is for real. Hope you are right - and good luck to you - as always I got my fair share of profits out of MBO and I am happy to fill you out of my loose and weak hands as you describe me. that is why the friends are for I wish you all the best Remember China Shoto (or similar) and how it all ended - same discussions more or less - value, prospects, taking profits or not, weak vs strong, name calling
kaos3
04/2/2021
00:49
& this is further very interesting article from The Edge Malaysia magazine, 18th Jan 2021: "SHARES in ACE Market-listed TFP Solutions Bhd have been gaining traction among investors, with their price doubling within a month — from 12.5 sen on Dec 3, 2020, to a peak of 25 sen on Jan 4 this year — along with a significant rise in trading volume. Group managing director Datuk Hussian @ Rizal A Rahman believes TFP Solutions is back on investors’ radar, following a series of business transformation initiatives, which saw the loss-making group shift its focus to financial technology (fintech) and digital services. “Unlike most businesses involved in digital services, we are focusing on the unbanked population — people without bank accounts in the country. We see a huge untapped potential in this market, especially in view of the current Covid-19 situation that leads to restrictions on people’s movements,” he tells The Edge in an interview...…………………….. Open to M&A Hussian says TFP Solutions is open to mergers and acquisitions if the targeted company can add value to the group’s existing businesses. “When the time is right, we will pursue M&A. For now, the key is really about gaining market share in our target markets.” Hussian, 58, is a major shareholder of TFP Solutions, with an equity interest of 27.41% as at Sept 22, 2020. He was appointed to the board in 2013 and redesignated as managing director in 2018. He is also executive director and a major shareholder of MobilityOne Ltd, which is listed on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. MobilityOne is an e-commerce infrastructure payment solutions and platform provider that works closely with most of the telecommunications companies and financial institutions in Malaysia." Well worth reading the entire article but, majority shareholder in two listed entities. One on AIM and on ACE in Malaysia with the Malaysian entity advising it is 'Open to M&A'. The AIM listing is lingering at ridiculously cheap price. Link below: https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/lossmaking-tfp-solutions-eyes-fintech-digital-space-aid-turnaround
mattjos
03/2/2021
23:56
& MBO is also now getting picked up on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/UKInvesting/comments/kv4sk0/is_mobilityone_limited_mbo_the_most_undervalued/
mattjos
03/2/2021
23:55
& this really caught my eyes: https://bank.codes/swift-code/malaysia/mbsdmykm/
mattjos
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