Wigan to change parent company

19 November 2019

Photo: Getty Images A fan takes a photo of the statue of the former Wigan Athletic chairman David Whelan holding the FA Cup trophy outside the club's stadium.

International Entertainment Corporation, Wigan's holding company, intends to move its stock in the club to a fund owned by its majority shareholder.

The move is not expected to have any impact on Wigan's operations.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

International Entertainment Corporation (IEC), the holding company of Wigan, has announced its intention to move its stock in the club to a fund owned by the company's majority shareholder, Dr Choi Chiu Fai Stanley.

The Hong Kong-based company took over the club in November last year and has overseen a number of changes at the club, including several additions to the club's board.

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