Tens of millions of dollars in cash cheques deposited into Birmingham City football club boss Carson Yeung Ka-sing's bank accounts by a Macau casino operator needed explanation, a forensic...
Carson Yeung Ka-sing
Born in February 1960, Carson Yeung Ka Sing is a Hong Kong businessman and former hairdresser best known as the owner of Birmingham FC. He is also chairman and executive director of Birmingham International Holdings, an investment, entertainment and sportswear firm registered in the Cayman Islands. In June 2011, Yeung was arrested at his Hong Kong home in connection with alleged money laundering. He was subsequently charged with dealing with property known or believed to represent proceeds of an indictable offence.
A margin account held by Birmingham City Football Club boss Carson Yeung Ka-sing traded more than half a billion dollars of shares in six months in 2001, a court heard yesterday.
He may be involved in a HK$721 million money-laundering trial, but when it comes to his greatest passion, Carson Yeung Ka-sing is cutting back drastically.
Police officers investigated only 11 of 19 securities companies appearing on bank statements in the money laundering case of Birmingham City Football Club boss Carson Yeung Ka-sing, a court heard...
Birmingham City football club boss Carson Yeung Ka-sing has asked a judge to let him sit outside the dock while the court hears evidence in his HK$721 million money-laundering trial.
The District Court yesterday dismissed an application by Birmingham City Football Club boss Carson Yeung Ka-sing to halt his HK$721 million money laundering trial.
Birmingham City Football Club owner Carson Yeung Ka-sing and his father once reported earning nothing for four or five years, but their income later shot up 300 times to HK$721 million in seven...
A Hong Kong bank can now evict troubled businessman Carson Yeung Ka-sing – plus his mother, his lover and two children – from their house on The Peak.
Ask fans of English Premier League clubs Chelsea and Manchester City what they think of their foreign owners, and they'll cheer them to the rafters.
Carson Yeung, owner of the English soccer club Birmingham City, has been given four more months to prepare his defence on money laundering charges.
The man entrusted with selling Birmingham City, the English soccer side owned by troubled Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung Ka-sing, has accused the leader of the Italian consortium looking to...
Carson Yeung, who controls English soccer club Birmingham City, lost a bid to delay his trial on money laundering charges until June 2013.