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Well, i got a reply to my e-mail
Below is the PDF attachment:
Dear Sir or Madam,
Thank for your interest in investing in WH Holding Limited (the parent company of West Ham United plc).
At this stage we are able to provide you with the following outline details with regards to this investment
Target fundraising £20,000,000 to £40,000,000
Method of fundraising Private Placement
Minimum individual investment £250,000
Maximum individual investment £10,000,000
In order to proceed to the next stage of the process, we would be grateful if you could provide us with some
background information on yourself or the institution that you represent:
1) Are you enquiring on behalf or yourself or another person/entity? In the case of the latter, please
provide some details about the investor that you are representing.
2) Please provide relevant background details about yourself or the entity that you are representing.
3) Please provide an indicative non-binding range for your likely investment capacity.
4) Please provide contact details including your telephone number and postal address.
I would be grateful if you could respond in writing to email@example.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; or to the following
Shore Capital and Corporate Limited
Bond Street House
14 Clifford Street
Not true .I lacked proof of funds . Bishy had to bail me out in the end .
what's interesting about this is there hasn't been a name change its still WH holding Ltd, and the accounts are due on the 27/2
they will make interesting reading
WH HOLDING LIMITED
GREEN STREET UPTON PARK
Company No. 05993863
Date of Incorporation: 09/11/2006
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Company Type: Private Limited Company
Nature of Business (SIC(03)):
7499 - Non-trading company
Accounting Reference Date: 27/05
Last Accounts Made Up To: 28/05/2008 (GROUP)
Next Accounts Due: 27/02/2010
Last Return Made Up To: 03/12/2009
Next Return Due: 31/12/2010
I hadn't heard of one which begs the question iwhy are the investment opportunities being offered in the name of WH holding lltd then?
Can't answer your question - suspect it'a **** up to be honest , but there was certainly a thread on here in the last couple of weeks about a name change .
From the guardian
Records at Companies House show that West Ham United's owners, David Sullivan and David Gold, have injected £20m in working capital into the club, a sum that looks set to maintain the club's survival as a going concern. But they are still looking for outside investment and West Ham fans may well be asking why. After all, it was well‑publicised that they made £40m only last October by selling their stake in Birmingham City. Indeed they did, but what has not previously come out is that they are believed to have paid West Ham's Icelandic owner, Straumur, a further £20m to secure 50% of the shares. That values the club's debt and equity at around £125m – about 50% more than Bjorgolfur Gudmundsson paid for the club when he bought it from Terry Brown et al in 2006.
After the turbulence of the Tevez saga, the escalating wage bill, the retirement of Dean Ashton, the pay-off to Alan Curbishley and everything else, it is impossible to see where the Icelanders have added value. When Sullivan and Gold say it is an emotional investment they would never have made anywhere else, you had better believe it.
Reading that it leads to the conclusion G&S weren't bullshitting and if the Icelandics were still running the show we'd be near certainties for relegation, administration and points deductions.
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