Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safecharge International Group Limited 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
  +4.50p +1.04% 438.50p 435.00p 442.00p 438.50p 434.00p 434.00p 56,076 14:19:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 108.6 21.3 13.1 32.9 670.00

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14/12/2017
08:49
Cheers Jarega85, good news - a tie-up with the giant that is Salesforce should bring in good new business. Here's a link to the press release: Https://www.safecharge.com/press-releases/safecharge-announces-new-integration-plugin-salesforce-commerce-cloud/
rivaldo
14/12/2017
07:29
Looks like further steps to diversify and another gate to Tier 1 customers. Simple and easy implementation is what I'm taking from it.Great to see that we're taking steps forward and not just sitting on our pile of cash. Although acquisition news would be good!
jarega85
14/12/2017
07:06
Looks good. Tech leadership and expanding nicely
trentendboy
14/12/2017
07:04
SafeCharge Announces New Integration Plugin with Salesforce Commerce CloudSource: PR Newswire (US)LONDON, December 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --The partnership provides businesses access to a fully featured payments platform, 150+ payment methods, optimised payment processing and fraud preventionSafeCharge, a leader in advanced payment technologies, today announced the launch of SafeCharge's Plugin for Salesforce Commerce Cloud, the fastest path to unified commerce. Commerce Cloud enables brands to provide personalized experiences for shoppers that span web, mobile, social and in-store. And now, as part of the world's #1 CRM platform - Salesforce - brands can deliver unified experiences for customers that extend beyond commerce to include marketing, customer service and more. (Logo: http://mma.prnewswire.com/media/528228/SafeCharge_Logo.jpg )SafeCharge's integration empowers Commerce Cloud customers to accept payments safely and securely through SafeCharge's Hosted Check-out and Merchant Direct solutions.SafeCharge's Hosted Check-out solution allows merchants to accept all relevant payment options via ready-to-use check-out pages which can be easily configured by merchants to fit their brand.SafeCharge's Merchant Direct solution connects directly to the SafeCharge Payments Engine and offers full flexibility for merchants to accept credit card payments on their websites.This integration offers the following benefits:Ready-to-use hosted check-out pages or direct integration with website pagesAdvanced risk and fraud management toolsThe availability of more than 150 payment methods and 100 currenciesOne-click payments for returning visitors (for both cards and alternative payments)Dynamic 3D Secure (only routing higher risk transactions for 3D authentication)Responsive design to support mobile and tablet as wellDescoping of PCI complianceComments on the News "We are very excited to release our Plugin for businesses using Salesforce Commerce Cloud," said David Avgi, CEO, SafeCharge. "This partnership gives businesses working with Salesforce Commerce Cloud access to some of the latest payment and risk technology endorsed by the world's most demanding businesses. Merchants utilizing SafeCharge's solutions benefit from maximum uptime, the highest conversion rates and advanced fraud protection.""Creating personalized, omnichannel experiences is now more important than ever for brands," said Kori O'Brien, SVP, ISV Sales, Salesforce. "By leveraging the power of Commerce Cloud and the new integration from SafeCharge, businesses will benefit from access to some of the most advanced payments and fraud prevention platform enabling them to boost gro
jarega85
10/12/2017
06:17
Good question. If lads use SCH and switch it will affect revenues I guess
trentendboy
08/12/2017
20:34
Trent, how would a GVC takeover of LCL affect SCH?If/when LCL migrate to GVC software will this impact SCH?
nod
30/11/2017
10:54
The yield is still attractive at the current price and likely to rise. It is tempting to buy more not least because of the muted response so far to the recent RNS
trentendboy
29/11/2017
21:19
I agree Igoe I'm in for the long term and fabby divis
2bluelynn
29/11/2017
19:40
This IS certainly one share to hold for a few years yet, I suspect the share price will be a hell of a lot higher in a few years time,
igoe104
29/11/2017
19:24
I Thought this would of moved today on the interims but week volume and stayed the same .
2bluelynn
29/11/2017
13:45
Can you take this discussion somewhere else?
fxbootstraps
29/11/2017
12:27
fully agree igoe
harry the haddock
29/11/2017
11:50
AJ bell are decent for Isa and sipps.
igoe104
29/11/2017
11:34
Thanks Panic, i wont use barclays lolAny suggestions who to use from anyone?
mozyali
29/11/2017
10:30
Don't use Barclays
panic investor
29/11/2017
09:59
Guys just need some advice please, currently with TD Direct and they are increasing their fees, any suggestions or recommendations on another broker? Thank you
mozyali
29/11/2017
07:19
The vultures must be circling for a TO.They are too well positioned to be ignored now and others will want these customersI think they will also benefit from the PAY move to go legitSomeone has to work in the grey
trentendboy
29/11/2017
07:18
Yes at interims it was saying broadly in line for full year and now saying in line, so did better than thought a few months back? Unless market expectations have changed?
harrywilliam
29/11/2017
07:15
Agreed. "Strong" trading in H2, so the results will be nicely in line with expectations. In particular: "We will continue to focus and invest further to build our sales teams to accelerate a successful entry into new target sectors and geographies" And: "Outlook The Board is encouraged by the Company's strong performance during the second half of the year. The Group will enter 2018 having expanded its Tier 1 customer base, with customers in new sectors, including travel and retail, and new markets, and with a strong pipeline which provides confidence for 2018 and beyond."
rivaldo
29/11/2017
07:07
Good trading update todayStrong customer pipeline and Wechat mentionedShould see a rise from here imo
trentendboy
24/11/2017
09:00
Yes can see most companies in London and other Chinese tourist destinations, eventually jumping on-board . HOTEL, casinos etc etc
igoe104
24/11/2017
08:19
The WeChat Pay deal getting extensive coverage in China - and note the comment from SCH about expansion in Paris as well as London: Http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/business/tech/2017-11/23/content_34901988.htm Extract: "Digital wallet WeChat Pay launches in UK By ANGUS McNEICE | China Daily UK | Updated: 2017-11-23 17:42 "In terms of demographics, the number of Chinese tourists in Camden is certainly growing, and in terms of a brand, Camden was an obvious choice. It's iconic in London," said Craig Jacoby, head of retail payments at SafeCharge.... .....Jacoby said WeChat Pay will soon be available at other shopping destinations in London, and it is also launching at six large retailers in Paris as WeChat moves forward with its international expansion."
rivaldo
24/11/2017
08:08
We had a trading update last year on 2.12.16 so i would be expecting the same in the next couple of weeks.Still have a lot further to go here.
sharking
23/11/2017
09:16
I can see every European Chinese tourist destination rolling wechat out, across each city. it going to be massive.
igoe104
23/11/2017
08:47
Good coverage of the WeChat Pay deal in today's FT - Selfridges and Harrods coming soon.... Https://www.ft.com/content/2d0ba0da-cedf-11e7-9dbb-291a884dd8c6 Extracts: "WeChat Pay begins UK roll out in London’s Camden market The messaging service’s payments app targets Chinese shoppers abroad" "As part of a modernisation push by its owners, Camden Market will ask more than 1,000 shops and restaurants to sign up to the app over the next four months, so that people with Chinese bank accounts linked to WeChat can shop in the market using their smartphones." "In Camden Market, shops that use WeChat will spend between 0.6 per cent and 2 per cent on commissions to SafeCharge, the London-listed payments company that will handle the transactions with Tencent. For smaller shops the costs will be greater than the 1.35 per cent paid to iZettle, the payments provider but, according to David Avgi, chief executive of SafeCharge, the idea is for shops to build their reputations with Chinese shoppers.“For some of the retailers it’s a very attractive market, Chinese shoppers or foreigners sending money to Chinese accounts,” he said. “The plan is not just Camden. Selfridges, Harrods, they’re all next.”Currently, 10 per cent of Camden Market’s visitors are Chinese but the figure has grown rapidly, says Mr Davies. The proportion in September last year was only 5 per cent."
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