The Aim 100 2015: 20-11

The Aim 100 2015: 20-11


Safecharge International (SCH) is a newcomer to Aim, having listed in April last year at 162p a share. The group – which is two-thirds owned by Israeli billionaire Teddy Sagi, the man behind gambling software group Playtech (PTEC) – provides payment solutions to online gambling companies. Its shares have gained momentum since listing and are now priced at 270p, which leaves them trading on a PE ratio of 22 times forward earnings. However, judging by the group’s full-year figures, it is not hard to see why Safecharge demands a high price.

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