Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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% 323.00p 318.00p 328.00p 324.50p 323.00p 323.00p 42,134 14:00:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 82.7 19.4 11.9 25.4 478.47

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/8/2018
10:07
There was a brief update as follows in this week's SCSW which read rather nicely: "As anticipated in my May update, the shares did break sharply higher supported by the strong trading momentum, which has continued into H1 driven by new customer wins. Meanwhile, Safecharge said it continues to invest in new sales people. Berenberg’s eps forecast for this year is 21.4 cents. Written about at 247.5p in April ‘15; keep holding."
rivaldo
19/7/2018
15:00
True but ptec didn't mention it either and then warnedIt is more factual on whether SCH process the Chinese paymentsMight need to ask SCH themselves Should be public info or results should have a breakdown by territory
trentendboy
19/7/2018
12:37
This is one of my core holdings. There is no mention of problematic Chinese exposure in the trading update of the 13th. In fact, no negativity at all. I expect this to rise further when the summer malaise is over.
starpukka
19/7/2018
11:29
This is massive news not hit radarsGetting these top class clients gives SCH a large credibility boostStill cheap with big dividendsHmmmmPtec have their problems. Question is what is SCH exposure to China. Anyone know?
trentendboy
18/7/2018
14:49
Great news today - PTC acquired Snaitech, and now..... Https://www.globalbankingandfinance.com/snaitech-one-of-italys-largest-gaming-operators-chooses-safecharge/ "Snaitech, one of Italy’s largest Gaming Operators, chooses SafeCharge July 18, 2018 Leading payment technology firm selected in order to improve players’ gaming experience SafeCharge, a leading payment technology company, today announced that Snaitech, one of the largest Italian gaming operators, has migrated its entire end-to-end payment processing infrastructure to the SafeCharge Payments Engine. Snaitech has selected SafeCharge to improve the user experience for millions of its players. Snaitech is leader in betting retail and among the main operators of gaming machines in the Italian market, offering a vast range of gaming and entertaining services online and at the point of sale, including online and mobile sports and horse racing betting, poker cash and poker tournament, bingo, lotteries and number games. By migrating to the SafeCharge Payments Engine, the gaming operator will also benefit from the SafeCharge Cashier, a fully-optimised payment pages enabling secure deposit and withdrawal of funds in a fully-compliant manner. This new technology allows players to seamlessly place bets and collect winnings to their bank accounts using the payment method of their choice across mobile and web devices. “We identified SafeCharge as the ideal payment partner to meet the expectations of players demanding a seamless deposit and withdrawal journey for their online and mobile gaming experience,” said Fabio Schiavolin, Snaitech CEO. “We can now cater for a very diverse player base with a variety of preferred payment methods. SafeCharge is a leading payments technology company. The reliability and safety guarantee in payment processing will allow us to offer our customers an increasingly safe and simple user experience”. Using SafeCharge, Snaitech benefits from a direct connection to VISA and Mastercard schemes and a variety of Italy’s most popular e-Wallets including PayPal, Skrill and Neteller. “We are excited to be working with Snaitech to enhance the gaming experience for players in Italy,” stated Yuval Ziv, COO, SafeCharge. “The fact that Snaitech has selected us continues to demonstrate how SafeCharge is the best fit for merchants operating in demanding industries with complex regulatory requirements. We are confident that leveraging our smart payments technology and expertise will greatly contribute to Snaitech’s continued success.”
rivaldo
18/7/2018
10:21
Excellent H1 trading update whilst I was on hols - and the "strong sales pipeline" and confidence for the full year suggests no issues deriving from PTC/China: "Trading in the first half of the year has been strong with good momentum in revenues and transaction processing volumes in H1, driven by new customer wins. The Group continues to invest in new sales people and additional marketing to bring in new customers and generate a greater awareness of SafeCharge's capabilities outside our traditional markets and verticals. With robust current trading and strong sales pipeline, the Board remains confident that the outcome for the year will be in line with market expectations. The Company expects to announce its interim results for the period ending 30 June 2018 on 13 September 2018."
rivaldo
16/7/2018
08:10
Possible - if revenues decline in China all go through the SCH books Hard to pinpoint
trentendboy
16/7/2018
07:54
Trent, I thought SCH would be impacted by the loss of business at PTEC.
nod
13/7/2018
20:35
Hi Igoe I’m not sure your observations are consistent with the market as a whole. The median P/E for the FTSE 100 is 16.3 compared to a whopping 26.1 for the Aim 100 Likewise the P/E for the FTSE all share index is 15.2 vs 19.3 for the Aim All Share Index. If you look at the charts most of the major UK indicids are close to all time highs. However I don’t doubt there are will be some low P/E stocks that are falling and that some value based strategies are under-performing the market. Given the overall state of play I think I’ll leave the shutters where they are for now
quant_investor
13/7/2018
20:17
If in-line it means divi is covered and is generous remember.Impressive yield on this share remember
trentendboy
13/7/2018
14:16
Yep, sold at a nice premium. with the cash-pot divi out.
igoe104
13/7/2018
12:47
Igoe you mean sold rather than taken Private I presume?
runthejoules
13/7/2018
11:28
some massive trades going in, ill be surprised if SCH stays listed for much longer.
igoe104
13/7/2018
09:53
Someone just dump nearly 1.5 million shares?
nquaile875
13/7/2018
08:15
Totally agree Igoe, I can’t find a better stock anywhere, backed by a big cash pile too. I have been invested here since IPO. Actually hoping the summer lull presents more top up opportunities but I doubt it, although this stop moves fast it doesn’t move often.
rimau1
13/7/2018
08:06
Sold £VOD & bought this for my old Mum, here's hoping she lives another 2 years to get the AIM IHT advantage, or that this gets sold so it can help with the care home fees!
runthejoules
13/7/2018
07:58
Excellent update, as I expected. QI some of these AIM companies are on P/E of 6-10 and still falling, I just think its that time of year, where you have to bolt up the shutters and ride out it out.
igoe104
13/7/2018
07:06
Trading in line, all good refer to my previous post!!
rimau1
13/7/2018
07:06
Source: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMSCHRNS Number : 5053USafeCharge International Group Ltd13 July 2018SafeCharge International Group Limited("SafeCharge" or the "Company")Trading UpdateSafeCharge (AIM: SCH), a leading payments technology company, provides the following trading update for the first six months of 2018.Trading in the first half of the year has been strong with good momentum in revenues and transaction processing volumes in H1, driven by new customer wins.The Group continues to invest in new sales people and additional marketing to bring in new customers and generate a greater awareness of SafeCharge's capabilities outside our traditional markets and verticals.With robust current trading and strong sales pipeline, the Board remains confident that the outcome for the year will be in line with market expectations.The Company expects to announce its interim results for the period ending 30 June 2018 on 13 September 2018.
maverick82
13/7/2018
00:08
Igoe looking at the indices AIM has massively outperformed the main market over the last 12 months. On a one month view the AiM 100 and All share indices have barely moved. The share price here has been a little soft and patience is required ahead of positive trading news or takeover interest..
quant_investor
12/7/2018
23:08
patience grasshopper.
fxbootstraps
12/7/2018
22:33
Yes, Playtech is a client but then so is Plus500 where business is booming so I wouldn’t read across from Playtechs troubles. Growing their tier 1 client base has been a key initiative so no single client dependency. The gradual pull back from all time highs has me topping up. Buy the dips and accumulate as this is a quality cheap stock.
rimau1
12/7/2018
21:18
Does this provide services to playtech? That's taking a hammering
noujay
12/7/2018
18:05
I'll be glad when this month is over, it seems that most AIM/ small caps are dripping down, for no reason.
igoe104
12/7/2018
16:35
Seems to be dropping prior to results. I hope it is just general July malaise as nothing to indicate results won't be very good.
starpukka
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