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BIH: The Home Straight

It’s now just eleven days before the scheduled date for the resumption of trading in shares in Birmingham International Holdings on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange – and with it the completion of the takeover of the company by Trillion Trophy Asia.

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October Positivity

Birmingham City enter the October international break in a strong position after beating Blackburn Rovers 1-0 at St Andrew’s on Saturday. That result leaves Blues in 6th place on 20 points having lost fewer games than any other team in the division.

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Accounts Due

At some point today before 4pm BST, Birmingham International Holdings are due to issue their accounts for the year ending June 30 2016. While the accounts will give us a picture of where things were financially they’re important as they will also give us a more accurate insight as to what to expect once Trillion Trophy Asia finally complete their takeover next month.

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BIH Confirm Board Meeting to Approve Accounts

Birmingham International Holdings have today announced to the stock exchange that the Receivers would be meet on Friday 30 September to approve the yearly accounts for the company.

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Who is Paul Suen? – Part II

As there hasn’t been much in the way of football happening of late due to the international break, I thought it might be interesting to see if it was possible to find out a little bit more about what Blues’ would-be new owner, Paul Suen Cho Hung, has been up to. It appears he has been a busy boy.

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The Takeover: What Should We Expect?

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With news breaking on Thursday that the longest running takeover saga in football might actually be completed in six weeks or so, I got asked the usual slew of questions on social media about who Paul Suen/Trillion Trophy Asia are, what their intentions are and whether Blues are going to spend a huge amount of money on transfers in January.

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EGM Results

Birmingham International Holdings announced yesterday the results of the EGM held to gain shareholder approval for the impending takeover of the company.

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EGMs and Selfies

It’s less than a week now before the Birmingham International Holdings EGM takes place in Hong Kong and the club can take another step forward in the most protracted takeover known to man.

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BIH: Date of EGM Confirmed

Birmingham International Holdings have confirmed to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange this morning that the EGM to approve the various proposals for Trillion Trophy Asia to complete their takeover of the company will take place on August 29.

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OP Video Podcast – Delays and Reviews

Today saw two announcements from BIH to the HKSE – confirming yet more delays and also the outcome of the internal control review.

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