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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
  +2.00p +0.70% 288.00p 284.00p 288.00p 286.00p 286.00p 286.00p 126,325 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 108.6 21.3 13.1 22.7 438.54

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18/3/2019
14:29
SCH’s new customer GETT plans IPO. Plans to publicly list the company at some point in 2019. The initial public offering (IPO) would take place on either the London Stock Exchange or in Israel. ‘ Unlike Uber, Lyft and other app-based ride-hailing firms, Gett uses its technology to link passengers with traditional operators such as New York's yellow taxi firms or the black cabs of London. Corporate sales currently account for more than half of the firm's revenue.
togglebrush
18/3/2019
11:45
Interesting article from SCH about their tie-up with WeChat and Alipay from China: Https://www.thepaypers.com/thought-leader-insights/how-to-welcome-chinese-travellers-to-your-business/777874
rivaldo
18/3/2019
07:59
Fidelity National Information Services Inc.agreed to combine with Worldpay Inc. for about $43 billion including debt, the biggest deal ever in the booming international payments sector, More consolidation in the payment sector and economies of scale coming into play
epicsurf
15/3/2019
06:54
Cheers penpont, that' a good read. I note that Network International - a payments processing company - has announced it's to IPO in London next month. It will be valued at $3 billion and makes $152m underlying profit (presumably before tax) on almost $300m of sales. Hopefully that will concentrate minds on SCH's undervaluation - and perhaps bring to the market another potential predator for SCH. The article concludes: Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/network-international-set-for-flotation-under-ex-worldpay-chief-rvkfh866k "Payments businesses are in demand among investors because of the rise in ecommerce and a fall in the use of cash"
rivaldo
14/3/2019
16:36
We need more news about securing new clients on top of tier 1 clients. I like the new clients they got outside gambling sector such as Gett, World Duty Free, Partnership with WeChat pay
blueflex2
14/3/2019
16:11
From IC today: Tip Update: Buy at 288p Tip style SPECULATIVE Risk rating HIGH Timescale LONG TERM Our previous tip We said BUY at 272p on 06 Dec 2018 Tip performance to date +6% By Tom Dines Safecharge (SCH) continued its impressive growth story in 2018, delivering a 47 per cent increase in the number of transactions – to 255m – along with a 45 per cent increase in transaction value, to $13.9bn (£10.5bn), split evenly between new customer wins and existing clients. Investors might question how long the secure payments specialist can maintain such growth, but transaction values have consistently expanded since it floated on the Alternative Investment Market (Aim) in April 2014 and the group has “enjoyed an excellent start to 2019”. Management said the size of the addressable market is $3trn-$4trn, and though there is no shortage of players in the sector, there is still plenty of room for growth. It plans to do this by focusing on new markets and verticals, as well as continuing to sign up large “tier one” customers to its fully-serviced payments platform. In the year, Safecharge opened offices in Shenzhen and Mexico and signed up tier one clients in a range of industries, but it came at cost, as the gross margin deteriorated by 450 basis points to 53.3 per cent. Bloomberg puts the consensus adjusted EPS forecast at 20.9¢, an increase of 24 per cent from the 16.8¢ achieved in 2018. IC View These results validate the view that Safecharge is well placed to expand within a burgeoning marketplace, but the margin contraction shows that profitability will occasionally be constrained by the rapidity of that expansion. Net cash equals 16 per cent of group market cap, strip it out and the enterprise/cash profit multiple is in line with the historical rating, but we think the growth will prompt a re-rating when the one-off costs are fully absorbed. Buy. Last IC View: Buy, 272p, 6 Dec 2018 https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2019/03/14/safecharge-expands-at-a-cost/
penpont
13/3/2019
15:33
try now, reposted.
igoe104
13/3/2019
15:24
An interview with Yuval Ziv, Chief Commercial Officer. http://tinyurl.com/y4uppvux
igoe104
13/3/2019
15:18
Cheers@ Togglebrush.
blueflex2
13/3/2019
15:16
FWIW GETT ... taxi service. Gett's Tel Aviv development center and headquarters Gett, previously known as GetTaxi, is a global on-demand mobility company that connects customers with transportation, goods and services. Customers can order a taxi or courier either through the company's website, or by using the company's GPS-based smartphone app. The app was first developed and popularized by Israeli company GetTaxi. The app is compatible with iPhone and Android platforms. Gett currently operates in more than 100 cities across the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia and Israel. ' Source Wikipedia … append see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gett
togglebrush
13/3/2019
14:12
Anyone know more about the rides sharing company called Gett, looks like a decent deal SafeCharge has got at the beginning this year. I suppose this company similar to Uber.
blueflex2
13/3/2019
09:33
I was confused with the buys, sells when looking on the trades. A lots of these trades are buying but mm put them as selling.
blueflex2
13/3/2019
08:00
Still got growth from the USA market to look forward too, from state to state gambling that could be massive for SCH. very happy with this company. good holiday funds on the 24/05/19
igoe104
13/3/2019
07:52
4% profit growth might seem a bit pedestrian but I'm glad they've maintained it while increasing the quality of customers and investing in sales. Got to be pleased with the div too. Takeover ahoy?
runthejoules
13/3/2019
07:30
Good stuff!
gswredland
13/3/2019
07:28
These look good, solid results - and the guidance for 2019 is similarly good, being roughly 15% revenue growth and 10% EBITDA growth. The divi of around 14p is almost 5%, and SCH still have almost $100m in the bank. The outlook is nicely bullish: "Current trading Building on the record revenues and transaction processing volumes achieved in Q4 2018, the Group has made an excellent start to 2019 with a strong sales pipeline in both existing and new verticals. Outlook The Directors look forward with confidence to 2019 and beyond."
rivaldo
13/3/2019
07:09
Outlook The Directors look forward with confidence to 2019 and beyond. The Board is issuing guidance for 2019 with revenues expected to be in the range of US$155m to US$165m, and Adjusted EBITDA(1) between US$40m and US$42m. This will be driven by continued growth from our existing client base and new customers due to start processing in 2019. Recommended final dividend per share (US$c) 9.45 +3% …7.22p X 2 May Paid 24 May
togglebrush
12/3/2019
17:50
Little bit of late buying going into results tomorrow. Not large volumes, but this pattern has been repeated for the last four days. Lets see what tomorrows RNS brings. GLA
mr doughnut1
12/3/2019
13:02
Results day tomorrow. Hope Annual dividend might up this year
blueflex2
11/3/2019
10:10
FWIW Nayax Ltd. is a private Israel-based company which sells cashless, telemetry, management, monitoring and business intelligence (BI) products for the vending and unattended sales industries. Nayax's main product is a point of sale (POS) product that accepts swipe, contact or contactless card payment methods. ' In April 2014, Nayax purchased InOne Technologies LLC, based in Maryland, currently operating as the US subsidiary of Nayax Ltd., now known as Nayax LLC. In July 2016, Nayax acquired VendSys. In August 2016, Nayax's product VPOS was awarded Best Payment System in the UK 2016 Vendies by Vending International. In December 2016, SafeCharge International Group Ltd. (LON:SCH) completed a minority investment in Nayax. ' In 2015, Nayax shipped 43,000 POS Terminals, ranking 36 in The Nilson Report's 2016 yearly survey. ' Source mainly Wikipedia
togglebrush
11/3/2019
07:22
Nice return on that investment.., Extension to Nayax acquiring agreement and agreement to dispose of stake in Nayax SafeCharge (AIM: SCH), a leading payments technology company, announces that in light of the success of the partnership with Nayax Ltd ('Nayax'), a leading global cashless payment solutions provider for the unattended machine industry, on 17 January 2019 SafeCharge and Nayax agreed to extend the acquiring agreement between Nayax and SafeCharge to the end of 2024. In conjunction with the extension and under the terms of the Agreement more fully described below, SafeCharge agreed with Nayax's founding shareholders that they will, by the end of 2022, buyback SafeCharge's shareholding in Nayax for a consideration equal to SafeCharge's cumulative investment of US$24.5 million plus 9% interest per year, calculated from 15 Feb 2018 until payment is received. In December 2016, the Group made an initial US$6 million investment in Nayax. This was in exchange for approximately 4% of Nayax's issued share capital. At 31 December 2017, this initial investment was valued at US$8.6 million, including an unrealised gain of US$2.6 million that was recognised in other comprehensive income in FY2017. In February 2018, the Company invested a further US$18.5 million in Nayax, taking the total investment by SafeCharge to US$24.5 million, representing approximately 11% of the issued share capital of Nayax. At 31 December 2018, this cumulative investment was valued at US$27.1 million. The investments in Nayax by SafeCharge included the grant of a put and call option between the parties to the investment such that Yair Nechmad, Amir Nechmad and David Ben Avi, (together the "Nayax Founding Shareholders") granted SafeCharge a put option to sell its interest in Nayax and the Nayax Founding Shareholders were granted a call option to purchase SafeCharge's interest in Nayax (the "Agreement"), each exercisable from 15 Feb 2020 up to 36 months post (the "Option Period"). The purchase price of the put option would be at a value equal to the investment amount plus 9% interest per year, and the purchase price of the call option would be at a value of twice the investment amount. The Option Period to the Agreement was varied on 17 January 2019 to enable SafeCharge to exercise the put option thereof.
runthejoules
07/3/2019
05:14
Sector falls in very done - GVC results boosting all shares imo
trentendboy
06/3/2019
19:20
Slowly going up
red5
19/2/2019
15:02
Up 3.5% today, start going north
blueflex2
14/2/2019
22:05
True - picking off stop losses of those guys
trentendboy
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