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Peter Pannu

Peter Pannu

Peter Pannu

Personal Info
Name Peter Lakhbir Singh Pannu
Chinese Name
Date of Birth 1 August 1963
Board Appointments
BCFC 11 July 2011 – 12 December 2014
BIH 19 September 2012 – 9 March 2015
 Other ListCo Appointments
 Shares in BIH 1,500,000

Biography

British citizen Peter Pannu was appointed to the board of BCFC and BC PLC on 11 July 2011. He has previous experience as a policeman and barrister in Hong Kong, and has previously served as vice chairman and acting chairman.

On September 19 2012 he was appointed to the roles of Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director and Executive Director of Birmingham International Holdings Ltd. He had previously worked for them in a consulting role via his firm Asia Rays.

He was removed from his role on the BCFC and BC PLC boards on 12 December 2012. He was stripped of his CEO and MD roles at BIH on the same day. He was removed as director on 9 March 2015.

Latest articles about Peter Pannu

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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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football, Video Podcasts | 107 Comments »

BIH Announce Changes

Birmingham International Holdings have made a massive announcement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange outlining proposals for an EGM and for the relisting of shares.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 136 Comments »

The Carson Trial: Final Appeal, Day 2

Carson’s lawyers today made the argument that his convictions on five counts of money laundering should not stand due to the way the original charges were structured against him.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Carsongate | 52 Comments »

BIH: Deal done with Pannu

Birmingham International Holdings yesterday announced to the stock exchange that they had reached a deal with Peter Pannu to end their court claims against each other.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 65 Comments »

OP in HK – Day 4 – The Announcement

Yesterday saw an announcement made to the HKSE, confirming that BIH have reached an agreement with U-Continent and also putting into the public domain some of what will happen with the upcoming EGM.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football, OP in Hong Kong | 44 Comments »

OP in Hong Kong – Day 1 – Arrival.

With the season now petering out to a lukewarm conclusion and all dreams of playoffs and promotion now completely dead, I think the time has come for us to be able to take our focus away from matters on the pitch and look at what is happening behind the scenes.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football, OP in Hong Kong | 38 Comments »

Asking the Questions

As March comes to an end it brings us not only towards the conclusion of the current season, but potentially also the conclusion of the current phase of the ownership saga with Birmingham International Holdings looking to get their shares re-listed sooner rather than later.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 53 Comments »

BIH Announcement: Endgame in sight?

Birmingham International Holdings made an announcement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange this afternoon to confirm it had come to an agreement with Carson Yeung and had brought the company a step closer to having the suspension of trading of its shares on the HKSE lifted.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 119 Comments »

OP Video Podcast – E&Y – One Year On

On this day last year Birmingham International Holdings announced to the HKSE that they had successfully applied to go into receivership. As time has gone on, there have been uncertainties as to where the future lies and I’ve tried to answer those questions here.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Video Podcasts | 59 Comments »

TTA: No news on takeover but money is available

Birmingham International Holdings yesterday made an announcement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that confirmed they were no closer to agreeing a takeover with Trillion Trophy Asia.

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Posted in Birmingham City, Finances in Football | 54 Comments »


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