Company Profile

PaySauce

PaySauce is a multiple award-winning cloud-based FinTech business, delivering Software as a Service payroll solutions to small and medium sized enterprises.

PaySauce has a particular focus on agricultural SMEs. PaySauce enables SME owners to pay staff accurately and efficiently using web, iOS, and Android applications. The PaySauce platform includes mobile timesheets, payroll calculations, banking integration, PAYE filing, labour costing, automated general ledger entries and digital employment contracts.


Announcements
Title Date Type
PaySauce full year result to be announced 31 May 2022 Fri, May 20 2022 08:30 am GENERAL
PaySauce Quarterly Market Update - Mar 2022 Wed, Apr 13 2022 08:30 am MKTUPDTE
Employee Share Scheme Shares issued (unpaid) Fri, Apr 01 2022 08:30 am ADMIN
PaySauce partner with Reckon to deliver payroll in NZ Thu, Feb 10 2022 08:30 am GENERAL
PaySauce Quarterly Market Update - Dec 2021 Tue, Jan 18 2022 08:30 am MKTUPDTE
D&O Ongoing Disclosures - Wijeyeratne, Stokes, Monaghan Wed, Dec 29 2021 08:30 am SHINTR
Capital Change Notice - shares issued to new Chair Wed, Dec 22 2021 01:01 pm SECISSUE
PaySauce announces Shelley Ruha as new Chair Wed, Dec 22 2021 08:30 am ADMIN
SPH Notice - Coulthard Barnes (PaySauce) Limited Tue, Dec 07 2021 12:27 pm SHINTR
SPH Notice - Perpetual Trust Ltd. ATF Barnes Family Trust Tue, Dec 07 2021 12:27 pm SHINTR
Directors and Executives
Jacqueline Cheyne
Independent Director
Jaime Monaghan
Chief Financial Officer
Michael O'Donnell
Independent Director
Shelley Ruha
Chair
Mat Stokes
Chief Operating Officer
Gavin Thompson
Director
Asantha Wijeyeratne Director
Company Details
Registered Office: 21-23 Andrews Avenue, Lower Hutt, Wellington 5010, New Zealand
Postal Address: 21-23 Andrews Avenue, Lower Hutt, Wellington 5010, New Zealand
Telephone: +6439770499
Facsimile: +6439619600
Website: https://www.paysauce.com/
First Listed: 19/10/2011
Balance Date: 31 March
AGM: 24/09/2021
Major Holdings Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Current
07/12/21 Perpetual Trust Limited ATF Barnes 21,466,667 - 15.50
07/12/21 Coulthard Barnes (PaySauce) Limited - 15.24 -
01/12/21 Upakara Family Trust, Wijeyeratne & 39,548,461 29.75 28.57
25/08/20 Coulthard Barnes (PaySauce) Limited 24,000,000 20.01 17.59
15/05/20 Andrew Barnes 25,723,988 20.01 18.86
07/01/19 Gibson Sheat Trustees Limited (as t 836,481,557 - 14.31
22/05/18 BNP Paribas Nominees (NZ) Limited a 133,549,530 71.32 75.95
07/11/16 Superlife Trustee Nominees Limited, 130,000 45.65 0.17
11/07/16 Mackers Family Holdings Limited 6,779,015 9.80 8.74
Director’s Interests Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Details Other
29/12/21 Jamie Monaghan 451,072 - - -
29/12/21 Matthew Stokes 414,472 - - -
29/12/21 Asantha Wijeyeratne 39,348,461 - - -
29/11/21 Jacqueline Cheyne 62,851 - - -
21/06/21 Michael O'Donnell 34,135 - - -
23/07/20 Gavin Thompson 2,276,978 - - -
13/03/20 Mandy Simpson 147,059 - - -
13/03/20 Nick Lewis 847,809 - - -
07/01/19 Rachel Marsland 26,367,016 - - -
07/01/19 Krishnakumar Guda 78,724,554 - - -
Analysts’ Forecasts
No forecasts available
Disclaimer
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Last Updated: 01/04/2022
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