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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paysafe Gp LSE:PAYS London Ordinary Share GB0034264548 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 590.00 589.00 590.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 416.3 8.0 1.4 406.6 2,881

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15/9/2017
15:50
what concerns me is how close they must be to getting 75% if they think it worthwhile ringing us PIs who, with the greatest respect, have piddlingly small amount of shares compare to IIs...I voted no with my 50,000. I am with Hargreaves Lansdowne who were great, and Alliance Trust who were not (but managed to muddle thru in the end)
johnhelme2704
15/9/2017
12:54
Just voted no for both Sipp & isa accounts. Have also sold 30% before this.
seans66
15/9/2017
12:27
I hold PAYS across five different accounts - SIPP, ISAs and Dealing - with four different brokers. AJ Bell win the "how easy to vote" competition hands down with a proactive invitation to an electronic vote for EGM and separately the Court action. The rest - iii, SVS and X-O - are, in my opinion, range from poor to appalling - typically no communication that there has even been a bid - with the lowest end of the scale wanting £20 plus VAT for each holding before they vote "No" on my behalf. And getting that info out of them took three emails! I believe the bid undervalues the company, so much so I topped up at 576p after the approach hit the news and the price dipped. I am heartened that, if true, they are phoning PIs to try and get to 75%. Sitting tight and awaiting a more realistic price that is not so opportunistic after manipulative shorting shenanigans through much of 2017. End of rant.
ledurts
15/9/2017
09:21
Voted against all resolutions
corrientes
15/9/2017
08:44
Have used HL and Barclays for years and have never received a phone call from a third party.
johnv
15/9/2017
08:38
Section 793 is not Takeover Code but Companies Act and is designed to enable a company, PAYS in this case, to determine who is acquiring an interest in the company to make a raid on the company. It seems perverse that laws designed to protect companies from predatory take over are being used by the company to assist a predatory acquirer namely Bidco acting agaist the shareholders interest.
slogsweep
15/9/2017
08:34
Thanks Wolf , Slogs , If Bidco are targeting PIs then i can only assume they think the vote must be very close !!!! Barclays is now the only one i have not been able to vote with.
oohrogerpalmer
15/9/2017
08:21
Got an answer from AJ Bell regarding Bidco phone call Apparently they admit to giving Bidco my address under section 793 (of the TO code I suppose)which they claim they are obliged to do, but not my phone no. (which they can get from BT as I am not xD) Apparently Bidco is entitled to my address as they may be interested in buying my shares I suppose this request from Bidco is unrelated to my voting they seem to be targeting all PI's with a lobbing campaign
slogsweep
14/9/2017
09:59
Called Barclays 8am and got straight through, bit of ferreting around as they found the action details, then recorded my No vote. 5 mins max. K.
kramch
14/9/2017
07:37
I sold half my holding at just under 600 but I'm considering buying more today. No situation is risk free as anything can happen but this is as close as it gets. I don't mind tying up a little capital for the chance of a higher bid but with 590 reasonably certain.
jgoold
13/9/2017
19:30
26.09.17. is less than 2 weeks away so sit tight, we are in a win win situation.
slaccs
13/9/2017
17:25
Thought they had until April on this even if offer is rejected !! That being the case they could sit and do nothing for 6 months whilst the share price stays where it is. If i have read notices right , perhaps someone can confirm that.
oohrogerpalmer
13/9/2017
15:58
If the offer is rejected , I thought there was a time limit of say 6 months where they could not do another offer. If not then they would constantly be pestering with higher and higher offers.
johnv
13/9/2017
15:56
Exactly , it could be that 590p is the final offer. That's why the Bod's and OM have accepted and why they are chasing pi's. Time will tell.
oohrogerpalmer
13/9/2017
15:53
@rogerp - not at 590p its not - and here is why : 1. ii's are still increasing their long position at 580's - they wouldn't be buying only to sell at 590p - that just tie up capital for weeks for little or no return. They will be looking for 15-25+% return 2. If budco had more ii's on board they would say so - it might influence pi's ( who hold the balance of power to get over 75% ) not to bother getting involved 3. why are pi's being called ( allegedly - but I have no reason to doubt posters) by budco reps asking what way they will vote - if it was in the bag you wouldn't be doing that ? 4. Another bidder - might yet appear - as suggested they would probably leave it til right before the Court meeting. IMHO budco are negotiating behind the scenes with ii's and are being told they need to offer a higher price. Budco might be prepared for several rounds of this Just like they did with the BOD - several low ball bids then come back with higher one. No reason to believe they will change their strategy now they are going to investors.... if fact we should add a 20% premium each time they try it !!! As PAYS own research shows in next 2-3 yrs our market is growing exponentially so we would be far better off without Budco !!
wolfhound1
13/9/2017
15:49
If Bidco are going to the trouble of trying to find out how private investors are going to vote, it implies to me it's not all done and dusted i.e. they haven't got 75% of ii owned shares in favour.
largeronald
13/9/2017
15:39
I just get the the feeling its done & dusted. Surely they would have some idea now whether the larger holders will accept or not. If its not done & dusted then something is not right somewhere!!!!! Can't understand the way this deal is being done.
oohrogerpalmer
13/9/2017
14:43
@polythene with the benefit of a higher share price than now, one bright spot.
ralphmalph
13/9/2017
14:07
I am assuming they cannot increase their offer between now and EGM. Do we have to go through the whole rigmarole again if there is an increased offer?
polythene
13/9/2017
13:00
Well the court meeting & AGM is on 26th September, so if they get at least 75% of the vote at the EGM then it will be accepted then. Most posters on this board however are hoping the No vote is significantly higher than 25%, in which case the offer is rejected. CVC/Budco can then increase their offer and go for another vote, or withdraw, there is no certainty over timing in this scenario.
lomax99
13/9/2017
12:35
Does anyone know when this offer will be accepted, if there is no counter bid
saj3
13/9/2017
12:19
Yes, can't imagine management are too happy with the timing of this particular PR release. More Than Half of American Consumers to Abandon Cash by 2020, According to Global Research Report 13/09/2017 12:00pm Business Wire Paysafe (LSE:PAYS) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 13 September 2017 Click Here for more Paysafe Charts. - Global research from Paysafe reveals that 54 percent of American consumers don’t expect to carry cash by 2020 - Americans are leading the trend toward digital payments technologies, ahead of the UK and Canada. More than half (54 percent) of US consumers expect to abandon using cash for shopping by 2020, according to Lost in Transaction, a new research report conducted by Paysafe, a leading global payments provider. The report uncovered the rapid move towards a cash-free economy with half (54 percent) of American consumers only visiting an ATM once a month and one in seven saying they rarely carry cash at all. With the research showing two thirds (63 percent) of people rely less on cash than a year ago, the move away from physical currency looks set to continue. The comprehensive study, undertaken in the US, UK and Canada, looks at attitudes to money and consumer buying behavior, and examines how cash is merging with digital formats. It reveals increased consumer confidence in mobile shopping, the start of a shift to new payment methods such as cryptocurrencies and the potential for retailers to lose relevance without the right payment mix for customers. According to the research, Americans are leading the way in the adoption of new payment methods with 14 percent already using cryptocurrencies and 31 percent using mobile wallets such as Android Pay and Apple Pay. This high adoption rate is linked to the increased confidence (72 percent) US consumers have in using their mobile phones for shopping. Despite leading the way in alternative payment technologies, Americans are still hanging onto some old-fashioned methods with 50 percent having written a check in the last month (compared to 30 percent of Britons, 40 percent of Canadians). The wider adoption of mobile wallets is likewise affected by concerns regarding people’s handsets. Nearly a third (30 percent) of American consumers said they worried about their phone being stolen, while a quarter did not even want to take their cell phone out to pay. This is despite nearly three fourths (72 percent) saying they are increasingly confident about using their phone for shopping. “One in seven US consumers have already started to use cryptocurrencies and one in six have used biometric identification. This core of early technology adopters will create the momentum for our next leap forward in payments, just as they did with mobile wallet use which has become mainstream in America. As consumer acceptance of a cash-free society grows, businesses are challenged to reimagine the shopping experience to allow for behaviors and payment models unthinkable a decade ago,” said Joseph Daly, Chief Operating Officer, Paysafe Payments Processing, North America. “Today, the American consumer experience is defined by a huge diversification of choice – in retail options, services delivery and payment methods. In a rapidly transforming landscape, the merchants who survive will have invested early in emerging technologies that enable them to meet a range of customer payments preferences and quell security concerns – from cash and debit cards to mobile payments and eventually biometrics and cryptocurrencies.221; Cross-market comparisons: US UK Canada Average amount of cash people carry in their wallet $50 £20 or under $50 or under Percentage of people using mobile wallets 31% 24% 16% Percentage of people using cryptocurrencies 14% 12% 9% Percentage of people who dual browse (use a mobile to browse & buy online while in a shop) 55% 41% 41% Percentage of people who have written a cheque in the last month 50% 30% 40% Those using mobile wallets provided the following information: US UK Canada Percentage of people who would pay for higher priced items using a mobile wallet if limits were raised 77% 82% 81% Percentage of people stating paying by mobile is more convenient than using cash 81% 84% 87% Percentage of people stating paying by mobile is more convenient than using contactless 80% 77% 83% The research demonstrates that it’s essential that businesses accommodate both traditional and emerging payments technologies when accepting and processing payments. That journey starts with merchants understanding how consumers use money, where they use it and which formats they prefer, as consumers expect to be catered for when parting with their money. To read the full report, which includes comparisons between consumer attitudes to cash and alternative payment methods in the US, UK and Canada, click here. About Lost in Transaction Lost in Transaction is an independent research project supported by the London-based agency Loudhouse. The research report was completed by surveying 3038 general consumers in the UK, Canada and the US about their online shopping behaviors and payment habits. Respondents came from six different age groups and a variety of different professions.
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