Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Monitise LSE:MONI London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMRB82 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01p -0.34% 2.95p 2.93p 2.97p 2.97p 2.91p 2.94p 3,524,670 13:44:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 67.6 -243.1 -10.5 - 68.35

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22/8/2017
13:10
MTB - got to disagree. Exb reads like he knows what he is talking about and I do not read a bias. Truth is we have been royally conned here ( I sold out between 2.82 and 3.03p with a big five figure loss). I was always aware of the duplicity of AIM statements but even by the markets low standards MONI have rung the bell. No white knight here - all the IBM/Santander talk was just that - no one wants any of the company. A fire sale - pretty much a certainty if Fiserv walk will not deliver the rewards some here and LSE believe. This goes through it will be 3.1p but I cannot discount the Cavendish 3.4p might be the final number - hence the big buyers in the market hoping they can reach a tipping point in favour.
stud-muffin
22/8/2017
11:23
Exb incidentally I reckon you are acting on behalf of the arbs, who are really worried how this is going and who will loose more money than they ever could make in the current moni situation
mikethebike4
22/8/2017
11:21
Exb may I ask from where you get this up to date shareholder info. no PI is going to accept 2.96 when they can get 3.1 by waiting for your prophesy to materialise Major Shareholders Current to 14 August 2017 Shareholdings % No. of Ordinary Shares* ODDO Meriten Asset Management SAS 4.98% 115,500,000 Cavendish Asset Management 4.84% 112,090,279 Banco Santander SA 4.67% 108,196,721 Jacobo Ybarra 4.41% 102,328,370 MVN Asset Management Limited 3.08% 75,592,686 I make it 22% only - nowhere near enough even given these are a week old
mikethebike4
22/8/2017
11:00
thetruthmissilke I try to keep my post as factual as possible, I don’t spout opinions without the facts to back them up. Please don’t accuse me of fake arrogance because you do not agree with what I post. I spend over a decade dealing with arb funds worldwide so I have some idea how they and takeover deals work. If you don’t like my posts, and I suspect you have not bothered to read any from the other boards the answer is simple DONT READ THEM!
exbroker
22/8/2017
01:30
No offense... but the fat lady sings either way. And if you are wrong, and I know you don't want to be but you very well may be, I want you to promise me you will stop posting on message boards forever. Your fake arrogance is difficult to read.
thetruthmissile
22/8/2017
00:24
If they don’t get the 75% of those voting they will switch to an offer. Looking at the shareholders list which I have there is at least 40% who will accept an offer and that without counting any of the unknowns, This stock is less and less held by the PI`s as each day goes by and more by the arbs. 10m shares today have moved sides from PI`s to arbs, the fat lady is coughing and getting ready!
exbroker
21/8/2017
19:44
If pi's are selling must be because they believe this will get voted down and the price will revert to something like 1.9 and the company eventually goes bust in the long term? To me management have thrown in the towel. Somebody tell be I'm wrong.
anotherardbeg
21/8/2017
16:44
mtb4 who knows!!!!
exbroker
21/8/2017
16:05
Exb Why would PIs be selling at 2.95p when they are guaranteed 3.1P in a short while or better if they wait for developments ?
mikethebike4
21/8/2017
14:58
Private investors are selling stock to the market makers mostly Winterflood who is knocking them out on the board, check the times of the manual and automatic trades to see what I mean. Cavendish is the only UK II on the shareholders list other than the arbs and they have been buying the stock today.
exbroker
21/8/2017
12:27
lot of selling today - IIs worried about being caught with a lot of stock and cutting their losses ?
mikethebike4
20/8/2017
20:25
timbob They can switch to an offer now if the panel agrees, it’s in the small print. Also, if they wait 3 months? then the offer can be at the same level it need not be better. Have a look at the supplementary circular, it gives details.
exbroker
20/8/2017
16:26
For that they will need an interest in shares of 30%.
thetruthmissile
20/8/2017
14:06
Exbroker: According to the takeover rules Fiserv will not be able to make another offer for 12 months, however it says the takeover panel may consent to a new offer if the new offer is 3 months after the original offer has lapsed, and the board of Monitise recommend the new offer. Of course any new offer will have to be above the previous 3.1p offer. You are right though, Fiserv/Bidco will be free to purchase shares in Monitise.
timbob2000
19/8/2017
19:21
If the sceme fails to be voted through they will switch to an offer which requires 50%
exbroker
19/8/2017
13:01
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.
timbob2000
18/8/2017
19:30
Timbob2000: That is an example of the exact type of deal that would make more sense for long term value to shareholders.
thetruthmissile
18/8/2017
18:48
If this offer is rejected it will be interesting to see what happens next. For example what will Fiserv do next? I read in the initial scheme documents that Monitise initially approached Fiserv with the view to Fiserv licencing FinKIT and possibly making an investment in Monitise. Why would this approach not still be viable? It doesn't seem inconceivable to me that Fiserv could still become a licencee of FinKIT.
timbob2000
18/8/2017
16:16
rs 21730.....could not agree more and my loss would be 35k
tb20
18/8/2017
15:56
I think you missed the point. 75% of those voting is a high threshold and most don't approve of the offer and have and are voting no. That's not a good sign for someone playing on a slim possible move up. If it doesn't go through and it trades lower those in the game played it very badly. With WF my point is, everyone believes it will go through so it trades at, and at one point above, the offer. That's confidence by the market. I wont debate the value of the company in this thread but I did mention it traded above this absurd bid when there were rumors they were selling MVC and when they announced the partner program in November. FWIW I also voted no on millions of shares.
thetruthmissile
18/8/2017
15:27
Yes Am better off in other parts of my portfolio But not today!
phillis
18/8/2017
15:27
missile and mtb4 If the company is doing so well why is it being taken over for only slightly more than the cash in the bank. The vote to go through must be 75% of those voting not 75% of the shareholders. What facts do you have that the professionals have missed that makes you say this company is cheap? Whole foods is a large liquid stock and the US arb market is the biggest in the world, Monitise is a small company which has had a bump in the price. Its way too small for most arbs to look at, those that do have a lot already and may be near position limits. Short term the sellers seem no to be worried about the level at which they sell so the arbs have reduced the levels they pay. If you think they are cheap then the current price and situation is a no lose for you so buy some more!
exbroker
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