Previously on almajir.net, I have written about Wang Yaohui aka “Mr King” and his connections with various shareholders in Birmingham Sports Holdings along with the company chairman Zhao Wenqing.
In November 2017 Vong Pech became the second largest shareholder in Birmingham Sports Holdings when it was agreed by BSH shareholders to go ahead with the proposed school and office project in Cambodia.
Birmingham Sports Holdings today made an announcement to the stock exchange of Hong Kong clarifying the recent investments made by Chigwell Holdings and Dragon Villa. In what was an extraordinarily detailed announcement, it was confirmed money loaned by those two companies was used to finance the football club.
On December 1st this website identified a shadowy figure behind the scenes at BCFC, previously known only as “Mr King” as Chinese businessman Wang Yaohui. In this follow-up article this website reveals further links between Wang and Birmingham Sports Holdings.
Two more names have been added to the ownership mix thanks to the latest announcement to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. Chigwell Ltd and Dragon Villa Ltd are the latest names to be confirmed as part owners of Birmingham Sports Holdings and by effect the club.
Birmingham Sports Holdings have today confirmed in an announcement to the stock exchange that the major transactions to purchase property along with construction of commercial and educational facilities in Cambodia is now complete.
Birmingham Sports Holdings have today confirmed to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong that shareholder approval has been granted for the proposed Cambodia deal at today’s Extraordinary General Meeting.
Birmingham Sports Holdings have confirmed in a set of announcements to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong that there will be an EGM held on Friday 17 November to acquire shareholder approval for the previously mentioned Cambodia deal.
Birmingham International Holdings today confirmed that they expect to record a substantial increase in loss for the year ending June 2017. The increase of operating costs including spending on player’s registration and player wages was largely blamed for the increase.
August wasn’t only an exciting month in Birmingham – for shareholders of the holding company in Hong Kong it’s been interesting too, with shares rocketing up by 50% in the last three days of last week. Are HK investors excited by potential promotion?