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Earthport EPO another Aim listed with potential (EPO)     

Fred1new - 29 Jun 2009 15:03


Another share I have been holding for too long. But have bought at various prices over last few years. Thought its model had and has potential and the share prices trend is up.

Fundamental projections are good and it has cash in hand. Turnover is increasing rapidly. WAL.

Price at present 66p and I think it should go through 90p level shortly, although there is likely to be a small drop back, because of warrants uptake.

The charts for me are encouraging.

Again I hold for 12-18mths longer, before reviewing.



Fred1new - 22 Jul 2009 17:06 - 2 of 23

Up 80% since 29th/6/09

Fred1new - 22 Jul 2009 17:06 - 3 of 23

Up 80% since 29th/6/09. Will go further.

HARRYCAT - 23 Jul 2009 08:38 - 4 of 23

Looks like the rise is due to a possible takeover, Fred. It looks like it may be a management t/o or similar, rather than an approach from an outside company. Lock in some profit would be my advice (if available) just in case it all goes wrong.

Toya - 23 Nov 2009 08:18 - 5 of 23

At last! Some good news to hopefully drag EPO out of the doldrums:

EPO - Franchise agreement with Zink

Picking up well on the news first thing today

toki - 04 Jan 2010 14:48 - 6 of 23

Evil Knievil on UK-Analyst : ...Being proactive (soi disant) I emailed the AIM regulation department yesterday to see what they think (I know, I know, silly ideas and all that - but one has to try) about Earthport (EPO). I even let it be known to the AIM officer who took my call, a gentleman with a Commonwealth background, that I would put in a good word for him at the palace as regards the issue of a knighthood. I also explained that I am a putative author of frauds I have known and which have originated in Panama City and offered to explain the value of Letters of Credit issued there. Earthport is still trading. You couldn't make it up. Keep selling it down to 3p. Or should that be 0.3p? It doesn't matter - sellers will still make a profit....

hlyeo98 - 20 Jan 2010 10:37 - 7 of 23

Get out of Earthport. Be warned as it is on the brink of failure. now 11p.

HARRYCAT - 20 Jan 2010 12:19 - 8 of 23

CEO gone & funds locked/missing in Panama! I think I agree with you on this one hlyeo!

hlyeo98 - 20 Jan 2010 12:26 - 9 of 23

Guess CEO has run away with all the funds.

Fred1new - 20 Jan 2010 13:22 - 10 of 23


HARRYCAT - 20 Jan 2010 13:34 - 11 of 23

"20 January 2010

Earthport plc


Directorate Change

Earthport, the global payments utility, announces that James Bergman, Chief Executive Officer has resigned with immediate effect.

His duties will be taken on by the Executive Team.

Members of the Executive Team have recently been engaged in a constructive dialogue with the principal of Zink (Panamanian Bank) regarding receipt of the payment due on 21 December 2009. Earthport expects to make further announcements as appropriate.

- ENDS -"

hlyeo98 - 20 Jan 2010 13:42 - 12 of 23

Are you satisfied now, Fred?

Fred1new - 20 Jan 2010 15:02 - 13 of 23

Read RNs a while ago. Half expected.

I will hold and wait.

alemil - 01 Feb 2010 15:31 - 14 of 23

An extract from the diaries of infamous bear raider Evil Knievil on

cmp0325 - 01 Apr 2010 22:36 - 15 of 23

Does anyone have any more recent thoughts on this?

The only way must be up surely...

Fred1new - 02 Apr 2010 20:31 - 16 of 23


But at what rate.

Hide your shares on the bottom draw and hope.

The only thing I can see in their favour is the following, plus the hope that they are paid what they are owed.

18 February 2010

Earthport plc

("Earthport" or the "Company")

Fund raising and Board Appointment


Successful 4.13m fund raising

Hank Uberoi appointed to Board as Executive Director

Fund raising and franchise fee

Earthport, the global payments utility, has today closed the successful fund raising of 4.13m through the issue of 5,000,000 10p ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 10 pence per share and 3.63m of Convertible Loan Notes at par to certain institutional and other investors.

The Company is yet to receive the franchise fee of 3.25m due under the franchise agreement signed with Zink Financial SA on 20 November 2009. Despite extensive and ongoing discussions with Zink, the Board has considered it prudent to pursue alternative financing arrangements. The capital raised today is expected to be sufficient in order for the Company to achieve its business plan.

cmp0325 - 03 Apr 2010 07:41 - 17 of 23

Thanks for this Fred.

I have bought into this last week, and hope for a short/medium term up lift.

Do you know when the next rns is expected?

HARRYCAT - 03 Apr 2010 08:46 - 18 of 23

Broker note:
"Reuters - Shares in Earthport (EPO.L) fall 6.4 percent after the money-transfer firm says first-half results "were below the levels of expectation within the group," prompting Panmure Gordon to place its target price and estimates under review.
Earthport posts revenues of 971,000 pounds for the six months ended Dec. 31, compared to 745,000 pounds last year, while operating losses rose to 3.3 million pounds from 2.2 million in the prior year -- primarily driven by share-based payment charges.

"It is clear that the company has underperformed during the period given the non-delivery of previously announced deals," says Panmure Gordon, which also has its rating under review, in a note.

"The revised management team is still in the early stages of re-building the business; we therefore put our forecasts and target price under review until we gain further clarity on how value is going to be delivered."

js8106455 - 02 Oct 2012 15:39 - 19 of 23

Interview with Hank Uberoi, Executive Director of Earthport.

Click the link to listen;

Bullshare - 17 Dec 2013 17:01 - 20 of 23

Organised in partnership with Cenkos Securities and Shares magazine, the second Innovators & Investors Forum will take place on 4th February 2014 at the Business Design Centre, London N1.

The event aims to showcase up to 40 leading innovative and imaginative technology-led firms and to bring them together with the investment community. It combines both a company expo and an educational conference where delegates learn about a range of investment opportunities.


Why attend?

This event gives you a platform to meet under one roof up to 40 technology-led companies, hear their messages during presentation seminars and engage in discussions with them on their stands.

The event is supported with an extensive conference program, including keynote speakers and company presentations.

Companies already confirmed for the 4th February 2014 include:

Avanti Communications Group
Bond International Software
CML Microsystems
Enables IT
Forbidden Technologies
KBC Advanced Technologies
Optimal Payments
Transense Technologies


10:45 Private Investors’ registration and coffee

11:40 Company presentation - InternetQ

11:55 Company presentation - Earthport

12:10 Company presentation - To be confirmed

12:25 Company presentation - To be confirmed

12:40 Lunch

14:00 Keynote address - Richard Penny, Senior Fund Manager - Legal & General

14:15 Russ Mould, Editor, Shares Magazine

14:30 Company presentation - To be confirmed

14:45 Company presentation - Optimal Payments

15:00 Company presentation - To be confirmed

15:15 Company presentation - CML Microsystems

15:30 Company presentation - KBC Advanced Technologies

15:45 Coffee

16:15 Company presentation - StatPro

16:30 Company presentation - To be confirmed

16:45 Company presentation - To be confirmed

17:00 Company presentation - Escher

17:15 Company presentation - To be confirmed

17:30 Close

This agenda is subject to change and alterations. More companies to be announced soon.


The exhibition will be open from 10:45 to 17:30.

Coffee / lunch will be served within the exhibition.

This agenda is subject to change and alterations. More companies to be announced soon.


The exhibition will be open from 10:45 to 17:30.

Coffee / lunch will be served within the exhibition.

Dress code: business attire

Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH

Access map:

Closest tube station: Angel (3 min. walk) - Northern Line


Cenkos Securities is an independent specialist securities firm focused on UK small and mid-cap companies.
We aim to be entrepreneurial, whilst seeking to establish long-term relationships with corporate and institutional clients.
Our directors and partners have on average more than 25 years' experience in the UK securities market. They have pioneered and led some of the most successful and innovative transactions in the UK securities market over the last decades.


kayha - 05 Feb 2014 10:07 - 21 of 23

WATCH: Hank Uberoi, CEO of Earthport, provides an update at the Innovators & Investors Forum

Click here to watch
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