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Paypoint Plc LSE:PAY London Ordinary Share GB00B02QND93 ORD 1/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 710.00 697.00 712.00 - 120 08:13:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 127.7 19.4 31.5 22.5 486

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/5/2021
16:48
Picked up another 10k today. Under the radar I feel.
buddenbrook1
14/4/2021
11:43
A useful rise this month so far.
this_is_me
13/4/2021
12:22
RNS ... listed as Disposal on 12 April 2021 is the Acquisition of RSM 2000 completed
togglebrush
09/4/2021
19:23
Good move getting out of the Romanian business & for a cash profit. Expect a special dividend when results are announced & a steady share price rise to boot. Added on Thursday morning, perfect timing I hope.
isalolly
08/4/2021
18:42
Sneaked it in last few minutes mmm coulda put it out at 7am tmmw nice rns anyway good profit from sale
linton5
08/4/2021
17:11
PayPoint completes the disposal of Romanian business to Innova Capital SEE RNS
togglebrush
07/4/2021
19:07
A hint of a rise.
this_is_me
01/4/2021
14:17
FWIW Stockopedia has a long article on Greenblatt’s Magic Formula strategy which uses two simple ratios: the earnings yield as a measure of ‘cheapnessR17; and return on capital as a measure of ‘quality’;. In brief :- Earnings yield tells you how much profit a company is making in relation to its underlying value. To take account of varying levels of cash and debt in companies, a widely used way of working it out is to divide what the company earns in operating profit by its total valuation (known as the enterprise value). You can then apply this earnings yield to every company in the market to see which are offering the best value – the higher the yield, the cheaper the company and the more bang you get for your buck ' A key example in article is Paypoint____Market Cap £405m___Magic Formulae Rank 99.2%
togglebrush
28/3/2021
10:34
FRIDAY Highest volume since the Interims on 26th Nov 20 ' Daily Trading Volumes Stats ' From________________________26/11/2020 Maximum_______1,604,058_____FRIDAY 26 March 21 One in 100 day__833,126 Q3______________213,237 Median__________130,022_____Middle of a sorted sampole Q1_______________85,593 Min______________26,839 ' Previous high_3,412,111____19/11/2020 ' FWIW Results scheduled for 27th Mav 2021
togglebrush
03/3/2021
14:29
It's like something is holding the price back on this . Looking at volume ect !
2bluelynn
25/2/2021
17:45
It is a buy if you look at their earnings over time and consider what they will be past covid plus They have innovated and re-engineered in the down-time which shows exceptional management skill. They are a significant cash generating business which will need to trim the dividend a little in future as a % but earnings growth will more than compensate for this It's a buy
fairtrader66
25/2/2021
17:38
Still NOT a buy..... even with the RSM2000 purchase..... sorry
ukneonboy
17/2/2021
22:34
Good overview of the wide range of the business and the prospects of increasing profit potential. Https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/paypoint-positive-q3-trading-update-and-recent-acquisitions-identify-big-uk-build-up-now-underway/?mc_cid=6d2192bce3&mc_eid=101881f8e5
this_is_me
16/2/2021
19:44
what are people's thoughts on paypoint's product obsolescence?
m_kerr
16/2/2021
08:33
Paypoint is in the process of selling its Romanian business and expanding its UK business. A company in transforming and expanding its UK business ' Another new service Feb 2021 ' PayByLink allows companies to send customised payment reminders by email or SMS, enabling quick payments. The new development in PayByLink Recurring Payments will now enable customers to decide whether to make a single, one-off payment or set up a recurring payment. ' 4 February 2021 completes the acquisition of Handepay and Merchant Rentals 10 February 2021 announces the acquisition of RSM 2000 ' 21 January RNS notes other new businesses and sale ' -- Successful completion of i-movo acquisition at the end of November 2020, enhancing our EPOS and terminal services proposition and creating new opportunities with Newspaper, Government, FMCG, Utilities and banking clients ' -- Disposal of Romanian business on track for end of March at significant profit, underpinning UK-focused strategy
togglebrush
15/2/2021
14:43
The steep swallow dive in the PayPoint share price starting back in March 2020 / April 2020 looks fully justified. PayPoint's REDUCED handling of CASH transactions with most retailers and businesses preferring to take card payments, has made the PayPoint dividend unsustainable. STILL NOT A BUY......
chainsaws
12/2/2021
16:56
Presumably it's been quite a difficult 12 months for PayPoint due to CoVid19. With most local retailers requesting "Payment By Card" rather than via cash (to avoid handling notes and coins and then having to queue up at the High Street Banks) the acquisition of RSM2000 brings cutting edge card payment handling solutions to PayPoint. Some might argue, PayPoint has been slow off the mark, in going down the Card Payment route, but it seems to have done exceptionally well with RSM2000
ukneonboy
11/2/2021
11:44
The total purchase cost (consideration) of the RSM2000 acquisition is anticipated to be in the region of £6 million - £7 million
ukneonboy
10/2/2021
21:14
Presumably the acquisition of RSM2000 by PayPoint will ultimately require the formal approval of the Financial Conduct Authority, to reach completion. Exact timings to be determined by the F.C.A (of course) in respect of the usual Compliance Regs and Due Diligence checks for Payment Processors.
ukneonboy
10/2/2021
15:47
As far as I can tell, the RNS info confirming the purchase was NOT released until lunchtime today, so I suspect the City is not yet fully familiar with RSM2000 and it's business model. Interestingly, RSM2000 handles card payments whereas PayPoint mainly handles cash, so bolting the two business operations together makes a lot of sense. I dont think the RNS info actually stated the exact price (consideration) being paid to the vendors of RSM2000, but no doubt this will become public knowledge at some point in the near future. (See RNS below) PayPoint announces the acquisition of RSM 2000 ================================================================ Significantly enhances digital payments capability and sector reach as part of continued step change in strategic delivery -- Founded in 1999, RSM 2000 provide a wide range of digital payment solutions, including Direct Debit processing, card and text payments and innovative mobile event payment solutions to a significant number of clients across diverse sectors, including charities, not-for-profit organisations and SMEs in the UK -- Enhances PayPoint's existing MultiPay digital payments portfolio - brings Direct Debit processing and BACS Bureau capability in-house and adds facilities management accreditation enabling management of Direct Debits on behalf of clients -- Enables PayPoint to offer additional digital payment services to existing clients and reach into new sectors, including Text Donation product for charities and EventPay solution to support digital payments within the Events and Live Entertainment Sector -- Combination of RSM 2000's capability with PayPoint Group's existing client sales and marketing expertise to accelerate revenue growth in digital payments -- Strong margin business delivering accelerated future growth - GBP2.1 million gross revenue and adjusted EBITDA of GBP0.1 million in financial year ended 31 March 2020 -- Over 700 clients across a diverse range of sectors with high customer satisfaction (+56 Net Promoter Score) -- Transaction expected to complete in first quarter of 2021/22 financial year, subject to regulatory approvals PayPoint is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement to acquire RSM 2000 Ltd ("RSM 2000"), a leading digital payments business providing innovative solutions to a significant number of clients across diverse sectors, including charities, not-for-profit organisations and SMEs in the UK. PayPoint is well-placed to take advantage of the trends that have accelerated over the past year due to Covid-19, including the continued shift from cash to digital payments, and the acquisition of RSM 2000 reinforces that position. The UK Direct Debit market continues to expand, with over 4.5 billion payments with an overall value of GBP1,327 billion made in 2019. Direct Debits are used by 90% of the UK population to pay some or all of their regular bills. The acquisition will significantly enhance PayPoint's existing MultiPay digital payments portfolio: bringing Direct Debit capability in-house, adding innovative mobile payment products and enabling reach into new sectors, such as charities, not-for-profit and events. Their innovative EventPay solution provides card terminal hire and connectivity for SMEs attending shows and fayres across the UK -- an opportunity of over 30,000 events a year with over 10,000 visitors. Adjusted EBITDA in the financial year ended 31 March 2020 of GBP0.1 million and profit before tax GBP0.1 million. The gross assets as of 31 March 2020 were GBP2.3 million. The acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals and, therefore, completion is anticipated to take place in the first quarter of 2021/22 financial year. Nick Wiles, Chief Executive Officer of PayPoint plc, said: "Our acquisition of RSM 2000 is the latest step in the acceleration of our strategic delivery, significantly enhancing our digital payments capability and enabling reach into new sectors, such as charities and events. This strengthens PayPoint's position further to take advantage of the trends that have accelerated over the past year due to Covid-19, particularly the continued shift from cash to digital payments. I'm delighted to be welcoming the RSM 2000 team to the PayPoint Group, bringing a wealth of expertise from their 20 years in digital payments." Nigel Walters, Managing Director of RSM 2000, said: "I'm incredibly proud of the business we've built, providing innovative digital payments solutions to clients in a diverse range of sectors. I believe we've found the right home in the PayPoint Group to take us to the next stage of our growth and benefit from the scale, expertise and market leadership that they have built in omni-channel payments and technology over the last 24 years."
ukneonboy
10/2/2021
14:31
Wonder why the share price drop them ?
2bluelynn
10/2/2021
13:05
Acquisition of RSM2000 is a great deal for Paypoint and for the vendors. Earnings enhansive immediately and strong bolt-on to existing operations Share price does not reflect the benefits of acquiring RSM2000 yet
ukneonboy
10/2/2021
12:29
Acquisition brings Direct Debit processing and BACS Bureau capability in-house hTtps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/paypoint-PAY/share-news/Paypoint-plc-Acquisition/84294251
rik shaw
04/2/2021
09:28
Completes the acquisition of Handepay and Merchant Rentals ... see RNS
togglebrush
25/1/2021
10:16
PayPoint shares trade on around 13 times forecast earnings, with a 5.3% dividend yield. Investor's Champion see these as attractive metrics with upside potential if PayPoint can deliver a return to growth. In the meantime, they expect the firm's high margins and strong cash generation to provide solid support for the dividend. Update on Investor's Champion's website on four of their Income Boosters' portfolio stocks including PayPoint.
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