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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
  +8.50p +3.26% 269.50p 267.00p 272.00p 272.00p 260.00p 261.00p 216,351 14:22:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 82.7 19.4 11.9 21.4 410.37

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/2/2019
22:05
True - picking off stop losses of those guys
trentendboy
14/2/2019
19:57
probably testing the resolve of the new telegraph holders.who possibly bought without doing the research
lewseyfarm
14/2/2019
17:42
I have been in and out with SafeCharge. Safe investment long term but always takes a dip during quiet times.Sadly looks like it is heading that way until news or TU
jarega85
14/2/2019
16:16
Very strange this pull back
harrywilliam
14/2/2019
15:51
So would I if I had some available cash
maverick82
14/2/2019
14:50
I will be buying if it reaches 240p
jarega85
12/2/2019
08:32
So much in the news about proper ID and age checksSCH has all the solutions
trentendboy
08/2/2019
15:38
Shouldn't be long before, these start moving up again. results 13/03/19, which we know are good.
igoe104
06/2/2019
19:39
They appear to be keeping at the frontierCarefully managed company imoSlow but sure
trentendboy
06/2/2019
15:58
I do find this frustrating though. Sub 300p again.... I hope there's not the slow trickle back down to sub 270 again.....I'm in for the long haul but wish it would keep the ground it has gained
maverick82
06/2/2019
12:08
Excellent news - SCH are entering the Digital ID validation space: Https://www.finextra.com/pressarticle/77176/safecharge-launches-identity-manager-for-digital-id "SafeCharge launches Identity Manager for digital ID 05 February 2019 SafeCharge (AIM: SCH), the partner of choice for businesses who demand more from payments technology, today announced the launch of Identity Manager, an innovative solution for seamless automation of digital Identity Validation. With identity verification being one of the thorniest challenges for online businesses, Identity Manager streamlines complex background checks in a fast and cost-effective manner. With over ten years of expertise in highly regulated payments markets, SafeCharge has designed Identity Manager as an agnostic gateway enabling merchants to connect to a wide range of identity validation providers worldwide, including eKYC, document verification as well as age verification, PEP and sanction checks. SafeCharge Identity Manager is fully incorporated into the SafeCharge Native+ Payments Engine; and is therefore easy to implement as part of SafeCharge Hosted Payment Pages as well as through dedicated APIs. The solution automates customer verification flows, cleverly re-routing checks to an alternative provider should one be unsuccessful. In case of a failed eKYC check, customers are invited to upload their documents and get verified using a mobile phone or a desktop for the utmost security. Check flows can also be customised according to customer geographical location as well as business and sector requirements. Identity Manger is addressed to those online businesses for which identity validation checks are a mandatory requirement subject to industry regulation, or required by businesses on their own. These include not only gaming, financial services and marketplaces, but also insurance and telecoms providing digital online services. Yuval Ziv, CCO SafeCharge, explains: “The beauty of Identity Manager is that with one single contract and one unified reporting interface, businesses can stay ahead of customer authentication regulation requirements and prevent fraudulent transactions using the relevant local identity validation checks wherever their customers are.” He added: “SafeCharge runs the smart routing logic between check providers which provides a huge time saving and ensures the smooth operation for our customers”.
rivaldo
31/1/2019
13:10
Interesting but hard to see paysafe not being in there as well. But yes, I hold a lot of GAN (about the same as SCH) - GAN is more of a pure US play but you are right that the SCH potential is massive in the US. I am buying and holding as I do not think the SCH - US link is priced in yet. Huge potential but overlooked IMO But overlooked for how long....
trentendboy
31/1/2019
12:33
More about the move into the regulated gaming market in the USA - this looks a really good move given the huge potential (see GAN for this too): Https://www.onlinecasino.co.uk/news/2019/01/safecharge-to-conquer-us-gaming-market/ Interesting conclusion: "However, what SafeCharge is able to do through its partnership with Mazooma is verify a user’s age, location, identity and credit rating. Although this technology isn’t unique, SafeCharge’s entrance to the US market should help the fight for regulation. With states and operators preparing to push back against the Wire Act, tech innovation will only bolster their defence. With that being the case, SafeCharge’s move into the US could benefit more than its shareholders."
rivaldo
31/1/2019
11:57
It always moves quick on low volumes - any determined buying will see new highs sharpish. What is underestimated now is the customer mix and how it is increasing high quality and white
trentendboy
31/1/2019
11:22
Attempting to break back up through 300p this morning, aided by a few buys in a thin market and a single trade of 19.5k @ 300.25p
gleach23
29/1/2019
19:06
Nice positioning
trentendboy
29/1/2019
17:14
Press releases are coming thick and fast,great news again January 29, 2019 SafeCharge partners with Mazooma to enable local US payment options for gaming operators The collaboration makes ACH payments, the US popular online bank transfer option, available for SafeCharge customers ready to enter the newly-regulated US market   SafeCharge (AIM: SCH), the partner of choice for businesses who demand more from payments technology, is cementing its US expansion by offering real-time ACH payments in partnership with Mazooma – the trusted source for verified bank payments in online sports betting and iGaming. Through Mazooma’s eCheck Select Payment Technology, SafeCharge aims to support both its US customers and its international customers wanting to roll out in the region. eCheck Select verifies bank-level data in real-time, including customer identification and account information. At the time of transaction, eCheck Select confirms a person’s account balance and processes the payment or terminates it if there are insufficient funds. “We’re pleased to make our ACH technology available via the SafeCharge Payments Engine,” said Jamie MacKay, CEO, Mazooma. “With eCheck Select, iGaming operators entering the newly-regulated US market can offer players in the US a positive gaming experience.” Following a successful expansion across US and Asian markets in 2018 – with the most recent opening of a new office in China earlier this month – SafeCharge is rapidly consolidating its global presence to support local merchants operating across borders. With one of the largest portfolios of local payment methods and card acquiring options, SafeCharge Payment Engine is enabling merchants to take back control of their payment processing capabilities securely and effectively on a global scale. “The US is one of the largest markets in the world. There’s a growing requirement from both customers and businesses to enable seamless local payment acceptance, boosting conversion. By making eCheck Select available to provide real time ACH payments, we aim to support our customers successfully expanding into the US, further enhancing our innovative omnichannel Payments Engine designed to maximize payment conversions,” said David Avgi, CEO, SafeCharge.
epicsurf
28/1/2019
09:26
It is a shame though that SCH is not considered a "global player" in this list above that include Braintree and Stripe etc. Hmmmm
trentendboy
28/1/2019
09:24
That is an interesting article and good to see SCH seemingly at the cutting edge. Within the context of more consolidation it will be interesting to see what happens over the next 6 months
trentendboy
28/1/2019
07:33
Interesting article from a CMO at SCH about the new payments landscape and SCH's solutions: Https://www.thepaypers.com/expert-opinion/2019-payment-managers-take-the-lead-and-break-vendor-lock-in/776979 "2019: Payment managers take the lead and break vendor lock-in Monday 21 January 2019 | 08:18 AM CET
rivaldo
27/1/2019
22:34
No doubt there will be more consolidation.SCH is well placed and is certainly not struggling.Interesting times - TO premium may well get us to a new high
trentendboy
27/1/2019
22:09
Fiserv's (FISV) acquisition Wednesday of struggling payment processor First Data(FDC) could be the first deal in a wave of consolidation among fintech companies and pressure Square (SQ) or Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), analysts say. Fiserv stock dropped following the acquisition while First Data shares soared.   02:02 02:02 Brookfield, Wis.-based Fiserv will buy First Data, headquartered in New York, for $22 billion in stock. The purchase price was lower than expected, one analyst said. Fiserv shareholders will own 57.5% of the new company, with First Data shareholders owning 42.5%. Fiserve stock fell 3.3% to close at 72.57 on the stock market today. First Data jumped 21.1% to  21.24. The last deal remotely close to this size among fintech companies took place in 2017 when Vantive bought WorldPay for $10.4 billion. That merged company is called Worldpay (WP). IBD NewslettersGet exclusive IBD analysis and action news daily. SIGN UP NOW! Fiserv provides financial services technology, including electronic bill payments and transaction processing, to banks and credit unions worldwide. Payment processor First Data has a large presence in the merchant business and competes with WorldPay, JPMorgan Chase (JPM)-owned Chase Paymentech, and Global Payments (GPN). WorldPay stock gained 2.1% to 81.91. Global Payments added 0.8% to 112.91. Fiserv, First Data Merger A Negative For Square? MoffettNathanson analyst Lisa Ellis speculated on mergers among fintech companies in a 2019 outlook report published on Jan. 10. "It is possible that the merchant acquiring market will consolidate through market share gains alone, but we also expect M&A activity, including acquisitions of small country-specific players, and potentially some further mergers among the global majors: First Data, Worldpay, Chase Paymentech, Global Payments, Adyen, Stripe, PayPal-Braintree, and Wirecard," said Ellis.
epicsurf
25/1/2019
18:38
Nice move - this this share goes up it really goes up
trentendboy
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