Vincent Tan


Cardiff City debt at £109m as Vincent Tan loans increase

New financial results show Cardiff City's debt stood at £109m last year, with owner Vincent Tan having increased his loans to the Championship club. The club's latest accounts state Cardiff recorded losses of £11.15m for the 2020-21 season. Revenue increased £9m to £55.18m while £1.92m was shaved off...
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Vincent Tan to oversee Bosnian football club FK Sarajevo

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 26): Berjaya Corp Bhd founder and non-executive chairman Tan Sri Vincent Tan Chee Yioun will be part of an executive committee (exco) which will oversee Bosnia and Herzegovina-based football club FK Sarajevo, after the club announced the departure of its former director Sabrina Buljubasic with immediate effect over the weekend, according to Berjaya Corp chief executive officer Abdul Jalil Abdul Rasheed.
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Vincent Tan: Owner 'committed' to seeing Cardiff 'grow' - Dalman

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan remains "fully committed" to the Championship club insists chairman Mehmet Dalman. The Malaysian businessman has been Bluebirds owner since 2010. Tan has been unable to travel to attend games due to the pandemic while Dalman said that he is often asked by people whether the...

Proposal on affordable homes for B40 submitted to Govt — Vincent Tan

KUALA LUMPUR (April 29): The Better Malaysia Foundation (BMF) submitted its proposal on affordable homes for low-income earners in Malaysia, namely those from the B40 group, to the Government earlier this month. BMF founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan told a press conference here today that the Government is studying the...

Vincent Tan continues to trim stake in Berjaya Land

KUALA LUMPUR (April 16): Berjaya Corp Bhd boss Tan Sri Vincent Tan has continued to trim his stake in Berjaya Land Bhd (BLand). In a bourse filing, BLand announced that the tycoon, via Berjaya Sompo Insurance Bhd, sold 3.7 million shares in BLand in the open market on April 14.

BCorp boss Vincent Tan trims indirect stake in BLand

KUALA LUMPUR (April 13): Berjaya Corp Bhd’s boss Tan Sri Vincent Tan has had his indirect interest in Berjaya Land Bhd trimmed, after companies under him sold some 12.8 million shares in BLand in the last few days. In a bourse filing today, BLand said Tan's deemed interest were trimmed...

Berjaya group to sweat its assets more, says Vincent Tan

KUALA LUMPUR (March 29): Berjaya Corp Bhd (BCorp) is back on investors’ radar, judging by its recent share price rally. The stock has been heavily traded since the appointment of a non-family member, CEO Abdul Jalil Abdul Rasheed. Now, it has sparked speculation about what Berjaya group’s boss Tan Sri Vincent Tan’s next move will be.

Vincent Tan to give half of wealth to charity — report

KUALA LUMPUR (March 27): Berjaya Corporation Bhd founder and executive chairman Tan Sri Vincent Tan has announced that he will give half of his wealth to charity when he is no longer around, whilst appealing to more wealthy Malaysians who have passed 70 years old to do the same. The...