Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Monitise LSE:MONI London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMRB82 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.09 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.08 3.09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 67.57 -243.08 -10.50 72
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 3.09 GBX

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tb20: This share was all about what’s wrong with AIM ... I think at the end was just 2.9p
pallys: Im still bitter about this one - can anyone remember how much we got per share in the end? I lost track now trying to calculate how much I lost...
noirua: IIP buy price at 2p with trading slow this morning. Moves very speedily indeed and one to get into quickly if interested. Only 2p and NAV at 22p - target 11p at a 50% discount to NAV...
celeritas: Plus over 22m in cash moni had, never mind the tax losses fiserv will utilise.
timbob2000: Missile & MTB4: Agreed, as a long term holder here I think it's important to put things into perspective, obviously just recently we have been told of doom and gloom by the Moni board and Fiserv, however I cannot help but see Fiserv's interest as a real positive, and one which I think if handled correctly could have a substantial impact on Moni's outlook. If Fiserv were to take out a licence on FinKIT and then use there substantial clout and business relationships I could see things getting very interesting, and infact Fiserv becoming a powerful partner for Monitise. Of course Fiserv may have there own separate plan and agenda which includes none of the above. My only real problem though is whether our illustrious board can see past there own noses for a moment and start to think long term again.
rp: "On the Effective Date, share certificates in respect of Monitise Shares will cease to be valid and should be destroyed. In addition, entitlements to Monitise Shares held within the CREST system will be cancelled on the Effective Date. It is also intended that, following the Effective Date and after the admission of Monitise Shares to trading on AIM has been cancelled, Monitise will be re-registered as a private limited company pursuant to the relevant provisions of the 2006 Act." My shares are held in a Shares ISA. Forgive my ignorance, but in the event of the above how do I get my money?
speedsgh: Monitise sale to Fiserv is a steal, says investor - HTTPS:// A leading investor has reiterated its criticism of a deal to sell Monitise to Fiserv, despite the price being increased. Paul Mumford, a fund manager at Cavendish Asset Management, called the deal an “absolute steal” for the American company and said that he was disappointed that the Aim-listed financial technology business had not managed to negotiate a better deal...
mikethebike4: Fiserve trying it on (again) - "Monitise Content revenues grew 30 per cent. for the year to 30 June 2017 to GBP13.0 million (FY 2016: GBP9.9 million)" but "The financial terms of the Increased and Final Offer are final and will not be increased, except that Bidco reserves the right to increase the amount of the offered price if there is an announcement on or after the date of this announcement of an offer or possible offer for Monitise by a third party offeror or potential offeror." - keeping their options open Well done BoD - for being so positive! "Monitise expects revenue for the year ending 30 June 2018 to be lower than the year ended 30 June 2017 with a consequent effect on operating results." - couldn't be much more negative - get it sold and then end up on their personal Fiserve Board gravey train! MTB4
dk37: From The Daily Mail Online Fallen digital star Monitise in takeover dispute The biggest shareholder at fallen tech star Monitise has hit out at a planned £70 million takeover by US business Fiserv The biggest shareholder at fallen tech star Monitise has hit out at a planned £70 million takeover by US business Fiserv The biggest shareholder at fallen tech star Monitise has hit out at a planned £70 million takeover by US business Fiserv. Cavendish Asset Management owns 4.8 per cent of the company – and fund manager Paul Mumford has warned that the suitor’s offer was too low. If he can rally enough support it could throw the takeover into doubt. Monitise pioneered payments using a mobile phone, and was worth £2 billion back in 2014. But the stock dived after Google and Apple swooped into the market and the share price has crashed 96 per cent. Bosses at the firm have backed the offer of 2.9p per share from finance tech firm Fiserv, a Wisconsin-based company. But Mumford said Monitise’s long decline masked a successful business worth much more than £70 million, saying: ‘Its Finkit offering [a new IT platform it has developed] is solid and has real potential.’
j777j: They didn't just give them away and that's that.They were transferred for a reason..."Mobile money firm Monitise is transferring its UK professional services staff to IBM as the two firms ramp up their alliance.Building on an agreement forged between the pair in July, Monitise's entire UK development and integration business (known as Professional Services), including some contractors, is now moving to IBM. Monitise customer contracts, client relationships intellectual property, commitments and delivery remain unchanged. "The news when it finally comes will see the share price back to 20p plus in a blink.
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