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SafeCharge International Group LSE:SCH London Ordinary Share GG00BYMK4250 ORD USD0.0001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 297.50p 295.00p 300.00p 299.50p 297.00p 297.50p 80,645 08:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 82.7 19.4 11.9 23.8 452.99

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22/1/2019
10:50
London-based insurance and “Protection-as-a-Service” firm Setoo is airborne and in an affable mood as it has got its first customer. After its platform launch late last year, the insurtech start-up has now welcomed Invia Flights Germany onboard. The latter pools the flight business of portals. “Protection-as-a-Service” Setoo says its platform functions as a factory for Invia to build and sell its own insurance products tailored to the specific needs of its customers. Balint Gyemant, CEO at Invia Flights Germany, comments: “We have implemented Setoo’s platform and began offering protections such as flight delay and cancellation. With numerous options to build and test additional new products, we provide more intelligent products within the customer journey.” According to Setoo, its generic platform is IDD and GDPR compliant, allowing e-businesses to create insurance products – covered by companies like AXA – without having to understand insurance regulatory requirements. Based on parametric insurance, e-businesses can create products with “one-click underwriting policies that are triggered automatically, dispensing immediate compensation and eliminating the need for filing claims”. To enable e-businesses to provide pricing of products, Setoo taps into external data sources and applies machine learning algorithms, which learn the history of events and enable pricing per specific risk, in real time. It integrates this once via a set of APIs. Last year, Setoo got €8 million in a Series A funding round led by Kamet, AXA’s insurtech start-up studio.
epicsurf
20/1/2019
20:03
A bit late to the party - Questor tip has really set this alight - From Time to retire on the IGR thread "For the record, IGR got a nice little mention in the Telegraph's Questor column this morning. They recommended SCH as their Tip of the Year (which I also hold!) from Gervais Williams, and in doing so noted that IGR had been a successful previous tip of the year from him. This may have brought in a little interest: Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questors-tip-year-fast-growing-software-firm-yields-almost-6pc/ "Questor’s tip of the year: a fast-growing software firm that yields almost 6pc 9 January 2019 • 5:58am Questor share tip: Aim-quoted SafeCharge has technology that enables retailers to trade securely online – and its shares are ‘superbly’ cheap It’s time for Questor’s share tip of the year. As we did last year, we have approached the fund manager responsible for this column’s best-performing tip and asked him which stock he feels most enthusiastic about today. That fund manager is Gervais Williams of Miton, who in March 2017 put Questor on to IG Design, which gained 120pc before we sold it in September last year. For 2019, Williams has high hopes for Aim-quoted SafeCharge, whose advanced technology helps retailers to process card payments. “Accurate processing of these payments is extremely important..."
pugugly
18/1/2019
08:37
Looking forward for3.20 soon
red5
17/1/2019
21:32
Yep, 320 next target - should never have fallen so low
trentendboy
17/1/2019
16:35
just keeps on rolling upwards
nimrod22
16/1/2019
15:21
Agreed - decent article - thx for postingBe useful to look at the gaming non gaming breakdown next resultsMove to quality is to be welcomed even if at slightly lower margins Looking for SCH to get busy buying other bolt ons
trentendboy
16/1/2019
07:59
It's just an opinion with no force of law - it'll take a long time to enact it, which seems highly unlikely anyway: Https://www.ifrahlaw.com/ifrah-on-igaming/1-14-19-olc-wire-act-letter-possible-impact-sports-betting-online-gaming/
rivaldo
16/1/2019
07:45
bookmakers rocked by potential US ban on online betting Share  15:51 15 Jan 2019 Four of the big UK-listed bookies headed downwards on Tuesday after the Department of Justice published an opinion positing that all online gambling is illegal The opinion has caused unrest among bookie stocks, many of whom have been trying to grab US market share after a law against legalising sports betting was struck down in May Shares in several UK bookmakers took a hit on Tuesday after the US Justice of Department released an opinion stating that all online gambling is illegal under federal law. Shares in 888 Holdings PLC (LON:888), William Hill PLC (LON:WMH), GVC Holdings PLC (LON:GVC), and Paddy Power Betfair PLC (LON:PPB) all fell after the US assistant attorney general Steven Engel published an opinion late on Monday that essentially reversed a previous one from 2011 that limited the scope of a 1960s ban to online sports
epicsurf
16/1/2019
07:40
This might explain yesterdays pullback [...] It makes safecharges policy of securing more tier 1 Customers the right strategy
epicsurf
15/1/2019
22:21
Just profit taking I presume as it was up 25% from lows a week ago. Reckon there may be a bit of volatility going forward as well due to the vote.Next 6 months will likely be rocky and share price may be effected but business seems strong so in the long term it should be ok, I am currently out purely for market reasons but may be back in if the opportunity presents itself.
michaeljames1
15/1/2019
21:20
Why the drop? Profits? I'm new to Safecharge having seen the Telegraph's tip of the year. Any views on divi sustainability?
johnny1982
15/1/2019
11:57
Fast-growing travel technology company Kiwi.com take off towards a smoother payment experience with SafeCharge Kiwi.com, online travel provider specialising in virtual interlining, rolls out SafeCharge Payments Engine to seamlessly accept payments from travellers anywhere in the world. SafeCharge (AIM: SCH), the payments partner of choice for businesses who demand more from payments technology, today announced it has partnered with Kiwi.com, the fast-growing online travel business providing flight and vehicle transportation services. The collaboration will enable Kiwi.com to provide a smooth payment experience for travellers worldwide and accept a full range of traditional and alternative payment methods. Thanks to its direct connections to major card schemes as well as to over 150 local payment methods, SafeCharge drives higher payment conversions by offering Kiwi.com customers their preferred payment methods. As one of the fastest-growing online travel agencies in the world, Kiwi.com pioneered its Virtual Interlining Technology which can analyse over 15 billion flight combinations – from non-cooperating airlines – into a single itinerary, to provide the best customer experience within any given budget. With the need to match increasingly different booking experiences from customers around the globe, Kiwi.com has furthered its mission to make travelling simpler and more accessible by investing in the latest payments technology. “In today’s globalised world, providing a flexible travel platform that can adapt to passengers’ varying travel needs is vital to success. To offer the best experience possible to our global customer base, we needed a payments technology provider who not only shared our ambitious mindset, but also possessed a knowledge of cross-border payments,” said Juraj Striezenec, Chief Financial Officer at Kiwi.com. “By partnering with SafeCharge, we are able to take advantage of a solid payments technology infrastructure that will ultimately enable us to grow and expand into other markets.” “We were looking for a payment partner able to provide global acquiring with a wide portfolio of global solutions”, adds Natália Čermáková, Payment Specialist at Kiwi.com “Our partnership with SafeCharge will allow us to offer to our clients more payment products, more currencies and an improved overall customer experience. This is key for a company as Kiwi.com that aims to quickly roll out in new markets”. SafeCharge will be providing local and international payment processing services under one roof, enabling Kiwi.com to easily manage its global transaction flows and giving the most secure and easy way for a passenger to book a holiday. By providing a seamless checkout experience, Kiwi.com will be able to increase conversion rates and scale up internationally. David Avgi, CEO at SafeCharge, added, “with digital shopping increasing dramatically in volume, omnichannel experience is becoming a must for the next generation travellers. And with the rise of local payment preferences, it is important for merchants to fine-tune their payments strategies to streamline the shopping experience for customers around the world. This partnership once again demonstrates the capabilities of our native payments platform as the ideal solution for travel businesses demanding flexible solutions to grow and expand internationally.R21;
epicsurf
12/1/2019
16:22
Nice daily move
trentendboy
11/1/2019
08:38
Reasonable comment and all true - no doubt over 309 first target
trentendboy
11/1/2019
08:22
Here's the Naked Trader's comment for the record: "Safecharge (SCH) shares have charged higher on a tip of the year and comments from a top fund manager plus a very strong trading statement today. There is also the very large dividend and it has a shed load of cash. Hoping for a return to well over 300p for Safecharge soon."
rivaldo
10/1/2019
15:50
Well he mentions them and reckons they could be north of 300 fairly soon
gswredland
10/1/2019
13:58
gsw...yes I wouldn't be surprised if Naked Trader says he bought more in the 230s. Rather than being in and out of them however, I seem to recall him saying these were his biggest holding...
gleach23
10/1/2019
12:38
There is also safecharges investment in unquoted companies which is valued at $35 millon ,so hopefully a uplift in Valuation in year end results ,nayax market value is hard to find but safecharges investment at $24.5 millon Equates to a 10-15 % holding in Nayax
epicsurf
10/1/2019
08:53
Interesting point Trent.
gswredland
10/1/2019
08:44
Glad to see a strong trading statement - even at these prices the dividend makes for a great yield Must be around 4 percent or higher and will growCapital gains also likely but I still think SCH is a cracking TO target Having said that, they are really getting organic scale and what is missed here is that the quality of customers is improvingMakes them more of a target actually
trentendboy
10/1/2019
08:14
Looking good. Bought back in again this morning.i would not be surprised if the naked trader tips these later today as he has been in and out of them over the past few years
gswredland
10/1/2019
07:39
Well done holders, I have been in and out of SafeCharge but completely missed the recent lows
jarega85
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