US investors take over Den Bosch: “We see a lot of potential here”

FC Den Bosch is largely owned by US investors. The Pacific Media Group owns more than half of the clubs shares and collaborate with other investors.
The Bosschenaren website contains that Partners Path Capital, Randy Frankel, Chien Lee and Krishen Sud also belong to American investors. Furthermore, a group of existing shareholders from Den Bosch itself, known as the Forza FC Den Bosch group, will also invest more.
The Americans reported in Den Bosch some time ago to take stock. PMG has experience leading football clubs as they are also involved in Barnsley FC, FC Thun, KV Ostend, AS Nancy and Esbjerg. We see a lot of potential in FC Den Bosch and the city of
s-Hertogenbosch also fits our ambitions, says investor Paul Conway on the club site.
The club stresses that the golden priority share, which ensures the name, club colours, club culture and location, remain the property of Stichting Beerving Paid Voetbal s-Hertogenbosch.

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