Birmingham International Holdings Ltd's latest accounts reveal reliance on loans
The latest accounts of Birmingham City’s parent company once again reveal the price of relegation from the Premier League in 2011.
Birmingham International Holdings have today announced their latest figures which underline how the firm has come to rely on Trillion Trophy Asia’s bail-out.
In the 12 months up to the end of June 2016 BIH moved from a position of net assets of around £4.6m to net liabilities of more than £5.3m.
The year covered was the first following the loss of parachute payments from the Premier League, a loss of around £7.8 million in funding.
Most of this has been met by a... read more
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