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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
  0.00 0.0% 435.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 108.6 21.3 13.1 36.3 665

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/5/2019
08:17
Interesting to hear SCH bring the hunter and not the preyThey may grow through more acquisitions but still fall to one of the real big boys
trentendboy
09/5/2019
19:13
In any case, SafeCharge (SCH) has kept up its rapid growth. During 2018, it processed 255m transactions – up by nearly a half – with the value of these transactions rising 45 per cent to $13.9bn.  Of course, investors will wonder whether such momentum can be sustained – or, preferably, improved.  Somewhat encouragingly, we learnt at the full-year results stage that the group made an “excellent start” to 2019, and that it had a good sales pipeline in existing and new verticals. Management has guided towards 12-month revenues of $155m-$165m, and adjusted cash profits of $40m-$42m.  But expansion often requires expenditure. This year, SafeCharge is investing in its sales teams, to enter new markets, and in its products. And with net cash of $93m at last count, it’s possible that we’ll see the group make some acquisitions of its own. Buy. HC
epicsurf
09/5/2019
10:33
Https://www.stockopedia.com/articles/does-safecharge-international-have-a-competitive-edge-2911/ Extract: "Does Safecharge International have a competitive edge? Wed 9:01am by Ben Hobson "Has Safecharge International (LON:SCH) got a moat? When it comes to searching for companies with moats, some of the biggest clues actually lie in their financial statements. By looking at a small number of important ratios you can get an idea about the competitive strength and profit power in a business. Here's what they are and why they are important - and how Safecharge International stacks up against them: High rates of Free Cash Flow - the measure of a thriving company. - A high ratio of free cash flow to sales can be a very positive sign. For Safecharge International, the figure is an impressive 15.3%. High Return on Capital Employed - the measure of a company growing efficiently and profitably. - A 5-year average ROCE of more than 12 percent is a pointer to strong efficiency. For Safecharge International, the figure is an eye-catching 14.6%. High Return on Equity (compared to peers) - the measure of a company making good profits from its assets. - Safecharge International has a 5-year average ROE of 15.6%. High Operating Margins (compared to peers) - the measure of a company with pricing power - Safecharge International has a 5-year average operating margin of 22.5%. Next steps Some of the best quality stocks in the market have defensible models that can deliver high levels of shareholder returns over the long term. By analysing some key medium-term profitability and efficiency metrics, it's possible to start tracking them down. On this basis, it certainly appears that Safecharge International has some of the financial traits of an economic moat."
rivaldo
08/5/2019
19:12
Clearly something going on - gradual rises is flat markets when broader sector is struggling Hmmm - stake building I suspect
trentendboy
07/5/2019
18:40
Nice - held up well today given the bloodbath
trentendboy
07/5/2019
08:54
An extensive article on SCH's tie-up with WeChat Pay and Alipay for Chinese payment tools: Https://internetretailing.net/location/high-end-london-shopping-street-embraces-wechat-pay-in-bid-to-attract-chinese-shoppers-19552
rivaldo
03/5/2019
16:17
Maybe they should partner Huawei and get inside the Red Army and 1.2 billion other potential Chinese shoppers at the same time.I'm sure Mrs May would approve.
husbod
03/5/2019
14:42
Many firms will move to accept wechatSCH very well positioned
trentendboy
03/5/2019
14:36
Beauchamp Place embraces payments technology to welcome Chinese visitors Historic shopping street known for its luxury brands has partnered with SafeCharge to roll out WeChat Pay and Alipay at the Point of Sale, the mobile payment methods used by billions of Chinese consumers on a daily basis SafeCharge (AIM: SCH), the partner of choice for businesses who demand more from payments technology, today announced a partnership with some of the leading merchants located in Beauchamp Place including McKenna & Co, Lalage Beaumont, Grace Han and Gladwell Patterson, to adequately cater for the increasing number of Chinese shoppers visiting local stores on a regular basis. Through a dedicated mobile app powered by SafeCharge, Beauchamp Place merchants will be able to accept WeChat Pay and Alipay at the point of sale, in an effort to provide a better customer experience at check-out. Located at the heart of Knightsbridge, Beauchamp Place is one of London’s most prestigious and iconic shopping destinations. Risen to fame during the late 70’s with the establishment of luxury shops and Nouvelle Cuisine restaurants, it set itself apart for being able to provide an exclusive shopping experience to customers from all over the world. Having recently witnessed an increase in the number of Chinese customers visiting the area, local merchants saw an opportunity to embrace technology as a strategic differentiator in order to become more attractive and provide the shopping experience these customers expect. According to statistics from the UK China Visitor Alliance (UKCVA), the number of Chinese visitors to the UK soared by over 150 percent in the last five years, injecting billions of pounds into the local economy. Having recognised the business opportunity presented by the ever increasing number of Chinese tourists willing to pay with either WeChat or Alipay, Beauchamp Place began the rollout of the SafeCharge Point of Sale app across its well-known brands, enabling merchants to process QR code-based transactions for the most frictionless tap-and-go shopping experience. “Beauchamp Place is the latest milestone in our journey to provide local merchants with the most innovative payments technology to cater for savvy Chinese visitors expecting to pay with their preferred mobile payment method of choice”, stated Michael Lane, VP Channel Development, SafeCharge. “This collaboration follows a wider trend across the country, which we pioneered in 2017 by rolling out the first WeChat Pay solution at the point of Sale in the UK, at London’s Camden Market. With Chinese tourism expected to continue to grow, we look forward to working with new merchants willing to provide the best shopping experience and highest conversion
epicsurf
03/5/2019
12:10
Agree. Good post from Rivaldo. SCH look too cheap compared to peers. What is your view on SCH share price should be ? @TrentNewBoy and @Rivaldo
blueflex2
03/5/2019
10:06
Nuts really SCH undervalued but we all know that
trentendboy
03/5/2019
09:42
Excellent comparison between safecharge And checkout
epicsurf
03/5/2019
09:08
Checkout's $2 billion valuation certainly merits comparison with SCH's..... Checkout's turnover: $46m, SCH's turnover: $138m Checkout's PBT: $6.7m, SCH's PBT: $27.2m Checkout's m/cap: $2 billion, SCH's m/cap: $637m (incl $93m cash) SCH's turnover and PBT are 3/4 times that of Checkout's, but the valuation is just a third of Checkout's..... "A little-known European startup with no history of raising money from outsiders is riding investor euphoria for the payments sector into the billion-dollar club. Checkout Ltd., a digital-payments processor based in London, recently raised $230 million from investment firms including Yuri Milner's DST Global, Insight Venture Partners and Singaporean sovereign-wealth fund GIC Private Ltd., the company said on Thursday. The fundraising round, Checkout's first, values the company at nearly $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. Launched in 2012 by Chief Executive Guillaume Pousaz, Checkout helps retailers accept credit cards and other payment types for their online stores in the U.S., Europe, Middle East and parts of Asia. Its European business generated $46.8 million in gross revenue and $6.7 million in profit in 2017, the most recent year its accounting statements were available on British registrar Companies House. The startup competes with other in-demand payments companies like Stripe Inc., which was valued at more than $22 billion earlier this year, and Adyen NV, whose stock price has nearly tripled from its June 2018 debut. Checkout's customers include established merchants including Samsung Electronics Co. and Adidas AG as well as high-growth tech firms like Deliveroo."
rivaldo
03/5/2019
08:59
And current valuation of SCH is?
trentendboy
02/5/2019
20:27
Thanks very much!
maverick82
02/5/2019
20:09
London-based payments company Checkout.com has landed a valuation of almost $2bn (£1.5bn) in its latest funding round, in a further sign of the booming fintech sector in the capital.  Checkout.com, which was launched just seven years ago, provides technology for companies including Deliveroo and Samsung to allow them to process payments from different regions and payment methods, such as online banking, debit or credit cards, and PayPal
epicsurf
02/5/2019
20:05
Just google safecharge dividend payments and you will see dividendmax Type in the number of share in the box And it will give the dividend payment in pounds
epicsurf
02/5/2019
19:56
Just press the 'Financials' tab at the top of this page and scroll down to find the dividends all listed with dates and amounts past and current.(9.45c)
rik shaw
02/5/2019
19:27
Can any one please advise what the dividend payment is please? Thanks in advance
maverick82
01/5/2019
15:21
Ex-div tomorrow 2 May.
fizzypop
30/4/2019
17:53
Wire card related I suspect - spotlight on the sector Few quality assets left and SCH is one of them
trentendboy
30/4/2019
17:31
Yeah that's what I thought
maverick82
30/4/2019
17:09
No don’t think so Look at the trades
gswredland
30/4/2019
16:56
335p - very nice. Is that actually the closing price though ??
maverick82
30/4/2019
10:23
Analysis of wirecard in the FT as part of broader fintech analysisSCH well placed
trentendboy
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