Birmingham Sports Holdings also operates apparel procurement businesses. Trillion Trophy Asia Ltd owns 0.24% of Birmingham City PLC. ), engages in sourcing and trading apparel. This left Carson Yeung with around 6% of the shares of BIH.
Birmingham Sports Holdings Limited operates investment businesses. The ownership has changed over the years. Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd is an investment holding company mainly engaged in three businesses including the operation of a professional football club in the United Kingdom, the investment in properties, and the provision of lottery system and online payment system service solutions. The Company provides professional football event investments, trading investments, and other services. Wong Chuk Hang In 2007, GIH bought 29.9% of shares in the English Premier League football club Birmingham City F.C.. [12][13], "NOTICE OF TAKEOVER AND RESUMPTION OF TRADING", Grandtop International Holdings 2008–09 annual report, "COMPLETION OF FULLY UNDERWRITTEN PLACING", "ACQUISITION OF SHARES BY A SUBSTANTIAL SHAREHOLDER", "COMPLETION OF FIRST TRANCHE OF BEST EFFORT PLACING", "CHANGE OF COMPANY NAME, STOCK SHORT NAMES AND COMPANY WEBSITE", https://www.smh.com.au/sport/soccer/melbourne-cup-winning-owner-backs-new-a-league-club-western-united-20190213-p50xgc.html, https://almajir.net/2019/02/06/bsh-the-australian-connection/, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Birmingham_Sports_Holdings&oldid=921738577, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2019, at 16:00. Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd is an investment holding company mainly engaged in three businesses including the operation of a professional football club in the United Kingdom, the investment in properties, and the provision of lottery system and online payment system service solutions.

Grandtop Sports Holdings Limited Birmingham International Holdings: Traded as: SEHK: 2309: Industry: Holding company Association football Property development: Headquarters: Hong Kong (head office) The Caymans (Incorporated Office) Birmingham, England (major business) Key people. Market Code List Last trade Delist Notes; HK Main: 2917: 2019-03-29: 2019-04-08: 2019-04-09: Expired Birmingham Sports Holdings is majority owned by Trillion Trophy Asia. [9] TTA bought 60.78% of BIH through Ernst & Young, receivers who were acting on behalf of the board of BIH.

The latter was also deputy chairman. BSH – Accounts Analysis 2019. Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. BSH Stock Price Hong Kong Stock Exchange Website. The move comes after documents filed at the start of October showed that the revenue of Birmingham Sports Holdings increased from HK$210.4m to HK$231.5m in the 12 months … Birmingham Sports Holdings Limited operates investment businesses.

The … [8], On Monday 17 October 2016, Birmingham International Holdings Limited began trading once again on the Hong Kong stock exchange after a takeover fronted by Paul Suen, and his company Trillion Trophy Asia (TTA). They followed this with an offer to buy the club, but failed to meet the completion deadline of 22 December. Birmingham Sports Holdings is the Cayman Island-registered, Hong Kong stock exchange-listed parent company of the Championship club. … 28 Xiangye Avenue Mr. Suen had already provided Birmingham City Plc with a loan facility capable of continuing their existence and to bring the football club out of financial uncertainty. Hong Kong (SAR). The company is based in Central, Hong Kong. [11], It was revealed in February 2019 that BSH had been a part of the newly formed Western Melbourne FC club in the Australian A-League competition, initially funding the bid's license fee, but reportedly pulling out of the project due to a down turn in the Australian housing market that devalued the intended housing developments that were to be built in the same area as their new stadium. After their withdrawal from the project, local property developer Aziz Kheir took over as owner. In Summer 2009, GIH made another offer to buy the club, taking full control from 1 October in an £81.5million deal.

The Company provides professional football event investments, trading investments, and other services. On 4 June 2012, Birmingham International Holdings announced that former England footballer Steve McManaman and Yang Yuezhou had resigned as executive directors. In February 2017 the company announced that board wishes to change the company name to Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd.[10], On 6 April 2017, the company name was changed to Birmingham Sports Holdings. The total shares owned by other major shareholders Vico Hui and Liu Xingcheng (Chinese: 劉星成) remained unchanged, but the ratio changed in 2011. End-of-day quote Hong Kong Stock Exchange - 10/21, PT INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LIMITED, GUODIAN TECHNOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT GROUP CORPORATION LIMITED, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director. Birmingham Sports Holdings Limited operates investment businesses. The Company provides professional football event investments, trading investments, and other services.

Wenqing Zhao (Chairman) Dongfeng Huang (CEO) Pui Huan Yam (CFO) Revenue (Loss) HK$59.8 million (2016) Total … It became the intention of Grandtop, subject to shareholder approval, to change the company name to Birmingham International Holdings Limited.[4]. Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd is the majority shareholder of Birmingham City PLC (96.64%), which in turn 100% owns Birmingham City FC. Yeung was arrested in 2011 for money laundering. Registered in the Cayman Islands,[2][3] Grandtop International Holdings Limited (GIH), through its subsidiaries (Dollar Concept International Ltd., Fanlink Far East Ltd., Sun Ace Group Ltd., Leader Ahead Investments Ltd., East Step Trading Ltd. and Gala Consultants Group Limited.

Birmingham Sports Holdings Ltd is a company listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, with the stock code 02309. Birmingham Sports Holdings (Chinese: 伯明翰體育控股有限公司) is an investment holding company owned by Chinese businessman Paul Suen through his investment company Trillion Trophy Asia. It also revealed the club owe approximately £110million to Birmingham Sports Holdings, their Hong Kong parent company. Birmingham Sports Holdings made an announcement to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong yesterday to clarify their acquisition of a Chinese lottery company. In March 2011, new shares were issued (from 3,187,753,400 to 3,637,753,400), of which Carson Yeung held 16.25%[5] and in April, Yeung through his British Virgin Islands (BVI) company, bought 315,000,000 shares from the public, meaning he owned 24.91%. Revenue streams of the Company include match day receipts consisted of season and match day tickets; broadcasting revenue, including distributions from broadcasting revenue from the English Football League (EFL), cup competitions, solidarity payment from the Premier League and revenue from the media; and commercial income comprised sponsorship income, corporate hospitality, merchandising, conferences and events and others.