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|Name||Carson Yeung Ka-Sing|
|Date of Birth||27 February 1960|
|BIH||20 July 2007 – 04 February 2014|
|Other ListCo Appointments|
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
On Friday Birmingham International Holdings published their accounts for the year ending 2015. Having had some time to digest what was in them, I wanted to share my analysis and why I think these accounts point towards a brighter future.
Birmingham International Holdings have released their accounts for the year ending June 2015. The accounts confirm a significantly lower wage bill and wage-to-turnover ratio but also that borrowings have had to be extended.
It’s all gone quiet in Hong Kong of late but as September comes to a close Birmingham International Holdings are due to announce their accounts which cover the year ending June 30 2015. They are also due to present a takeover update to the exchange on the same day.
In a chambers hearing in the High Court of Hong Kong today, counsel for Birmingham International Holdings gave further details as to the accusations being made against Carson Yeung in a HK$120million writ (approx GBP10m) being filed against the former BIH Chairman.
Birmingham International Holdings have today posted their monthly update on the proposed takeover of either BCFC of BIH by Trillion Trophy Asia to the Stock Exchange.
The future is looking brighter for Birmingham City. Unbeaten this season and in fine fettle while off the pitch the end looks closer for the Carson Yeung regime with the publication of the judgement against him trying to set aside the receivers.
Details have emerged from Hong Kong in the last couple of hours of the judgement ruling against Carson in his attempts to set aside Ernst and Young as receivers of Birmingham International Holdings.
The next round of court cases for Birmingham International Holdings takes place in just under three weeks with Peter Pannu’s case against BIH being heard in the High Court of Hong Kong on September 11.
As reported extensively by other outlets, former President of Birmingham City FC and Chairman of Birmingham International Holdings Carson Yeung was this morning freed on bail pending his appeal to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong.