Following in the footsteps of a number of publicly traded, if somewhat larger players, such as Manchester United and Juventus, Stevenage FC is offering supporters and investors the chance to buy shares in the club.
Chairman Phil Wallace said Stevenage was seeking to raise £1.2m by offering 12% of the Hertfordshire club's equity for sale. Shares will be priced at £25 each, with a minimum subscription of £1,000 for...
Scope for change post-Brexit
To tackle liquidity issues
More than £100m in pipeline
Results published last week
'Heavily influenced by Morningstar'