Queens Park Rangers

17 October 2021 - 1:45 PM


Alamy | Queens Park Rangers' scheme has reached its maximum permitted total of £6.8 million ten days after opening for investment on October 7

More clubs showing interest in retail bonds as QPR scheme raises £6.8 million for new training ground

  • Championship club Queens Park Rangers have reached the maximum amount that could be raised through its QPR Bond launched at the end of September.
  • The bond was available through the sports advisory and capital solutions firm Tifosy Capital & Advisory.
  • Senior figures at Tifosy say it is seeing increased interest in these types of schemes as clubs look for alternative financing tools and aim to strengthen the connection between the club, its supporters and other retail investors.
  • “We're in dialogue now with seven or eight clubs across England and Italy. I think there's a momentum building around this kind of financing.”

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