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Carson Yeung

Personal Info
Name Carson Yeung Ka-Sing
Chinese Name 楊家誠
Date of Birth 27 February 1960
Board Appointments
BCFC
BIH 20 July 2007 – 04 February 2014
 Other ListCo Appointments

Biography

Carson Yeung was until February 2014 President of Birmingham City and Chairman of Birmingham International Holdings. He is currently serving six years imprisonment in Stanley Prison having been convicted on five counts of money laundering.

Latest articles about Carson Yeung

A Trillion Questions

We’re still yet to hear anything official with respect to the selected bidder for a stake in Birmingham International Holdings, although we do know that one bidder was shortlisted by Ernst and Young as per the announcement make to the stock exchange on May 8.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 54 Comments »

Trillion Trophy – Often Partisan Video Podcast

With little to no news filtering through about Trillion Trophy Asia, the company who have offered to lend Birmingham International Holdings money I’ve done my best to find out what I can about them – which I’ve shared in the video below.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Video Podcasts | 44 Comments »

Bad Week for Carson

It’s not been the best of weeks for Carson Yeung really. Appeal dismissed, prison sentence remaining the same and sued for HK$20.5million as well; I can imagine the former hairdresser has had better times of it.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Carsongate, Finances in Football | 20 Comments »

No Sentence Reduction for Carson; Bail Application Not Made

Former Birmingham City supremo Carson Yeung was back in court today to hear if his sentence of six years was to be reduced following his unsuccessful appeal hearing on Wednesday.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Carsongate | 49 Comments »

Carson Appeal Dismissed

Carson Yeung’s appeal against his conviction of five counts of money laundering was today dismissed in the Court of Appeal.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Carsongate | 85 Comments »

Carson Appeal Verdict Tomorrow

It’s been confirmed in the last few hours that the judgement in Carson’s appeal against his criminal conviction will be heard tomorrow at 10am.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Carsongate | 44 Comments »

Good News or Bad News

Birmingham International Holdings announced to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that they have shortlisted one of seven bids received. It was confirmed that the bid was for a stake of BIH and that they have also received a letter committing funding to BIH and BCFC ahead of the new season.

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Posted in Birmingham City, General Ramblings | 47 Comments »

End of Season – an Often Partisan Video Podcast

With the end of the season upon us I wanted to talk about renewing player contracts, testimonials and why a judge going on holiday is holding something important up.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Video Podcasts | 14 Comments »

Video Podcast: Is No News Good News?

With nothing forthcoming from Hong Kong about either Carson’s appeal verdict or the sale of Birmingham City, is it possible that no news is good news? As Blues fans we’re used to delay from the Far East being a bad thing but in this case it might not be that way.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Video Podcasts | 9 Comments »

Video Podcast – The Long Wait

It looks like the long wait to hear something on the sale of Birmingham City FC is going to continue for a little while longer – but at least on the pitch things are going well.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Video Podcasts | 27 Comments »

One Response to “Carson Yeung”

  • JeffHallsClock says:

    Re Due Diligence this can be a lengthy process typically would take about a month…..but with our track record I dare say the auditors will want to be doubly sure.
    Once due diligence is completed there often follows a period of negotiation to adjust for any unexpected findings from both sides!
    So in summary I still wouldn’t expect any news for at least another month or more – we are now in a silent period as neither party are at liberty to discuss pending results as anny discussion could potentially affect competitive offers or business standing in the stock exchange. Whoever it is at the moment are only POTENTIAL suitors
    Hope this helps.


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