On 22 December 2014, Blues Trust wrote to the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC), the organisation that regulates the financial markets in Hong Kong.
Blues Trust is disappointed to learn of the output from Birmingham International Holding’s Annual General Meeting held yesterday in Hong Kong.
Following the decision to disqualify Leeds United Football Club owner Massimo Cellino on December 1, 2014 and yesterday’s developments concerning former acting chairman Peter Pannu, Blues Trust has written to the Football League highlighting potential breaches in its Rules and Regulations.
|Last month, we held an open fans forum meeting at the Royal George Hotel & Bar in the hope of uniting Birmingham City fans, Trust members or otherwise, and the Club’s various fan groups in order to establish an agreed way forward amid heightened uncertainty surrounding Birmingham City FC and its finances.|
|We are pleased to announce that a follow-up open meeting will be held at the Royal George on the evening of Tuesday 9th December, starting at 7pm.|
|We look forward to meeting you there.|
Blues Trust is pleased to announce that Birmingham City’s Customer Services Manager, Sarah Gould, has been short-listed for Supporters Liaison Officer of the year after being nominated by The Blues Trust for the 2014 Football Supporters’ Federation Awards.Read More
As part of a strategy published recently pushing for greater transparency within the club’s parent company Birmingham International Holdings, Blues Trust will be writing to MP’s serving the Birmingham area in a bid to highlight the issues currently facing Birmingham City Football Club.Read More