On 22 December 2014, Blues Trust wrote to the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC), the organisation that regulates the financial markets in Hong Kong. Our letter relates to disclosures of interests made by shareholders of Birmingham International Holdings Limited (BIHL) to...Read More
Blues Trust is disappointed to learn of the output from Birmingham International Holding’s Annual General Meeting held yesterday in Hong Kong. Peter Pannu, Anthony Cheung Kwai-Nang and Carson Wong Ka-Chun were all re-appointed to the BIHL Board. However, Panos Pavlakis was not...Read More
Without any fanfare or even explanation by the club or Birmingham International Holdings Limited (BIHL), two notices were slipped out yesterday which make a significant difference to the ownership of our club. A disclosure was made to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) that...Read More
The Royal George – Tuesday 9th December 2014.
Many thanks to all those who attended the open meeting on Tuesday 9th December facilitated by Blues Trust. It was an informal meeting which enabled the Trust to feedback on progress made following the meeting held six weeks previously. Although the number of supporters in attendance was not as great as the previous meeting, it was still a very positive and valuable event, with many questions asked about the current situation and discussion about what potentially can be done. It was also great to have Daniel from Often Partisan attend who was able to answer questions and advise on potential options going forward.Read More
Stand Against Modern Football – Taking Back Our Game campaign.
As reported previously, Blues Trust has been working with STAND fanzine on establishing a campaign that promotes fan engagement, and that draws attention to key issues that may affect supporters.
STAND issued the following statement for sharing at the open meeting on Tuesday 9th December at the Royal George.Read More
On Tuesday 23 December, 2014, Birmingham International Holdings (BIH) will hold their Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel.