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OP Video Podcast – Desperately Seeking Suen Pt 2

Today I went to try and find out more about the man who would take over Birmingham International Holdings; to seek the offices of Trillion Trophy Asia and see if we could find out who Paul Suen Cho Hung is and what kind of person he might be.

I’ve tried to improve the sound on this – also please forgive the raindrop on the lens late on…

This trip wouldn’t have happened without the support of Blues fans including: Richard Wildsmith, “Eudyptula”, David Pugh, Art Watson, Roger Hooper, Gordon Fletcher, Gary Loveridge, Michael Hancox, G Miles, Neil Pouney, the Blues Trust, Blues Middle East, PJ Planning, Open Tax Services and many others.

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20 Responses to “OP Video Podcast – Desperately Seeking Suen Pt 2”

  • DoctorD says:

    Great work Dan – you are right at the centre of things. Sounded reassuring from TTA’s spokesperson. You need to find a way into those flats to get up to the 33rd floor.

  • Big Al says:

    Genius title! Keep digging.

  • Mickey07 says:

    Good work Dan,go and knock pannus door (roger cook style) just so we can get a feel of where he lives even put a few questions to him etc etc!! What’s the worst he can do say no?

  • Lee says:

    Dan ivery is Birmingham city’s very own roger cook, keep up the good work pal

  • Could this be where the dream starts DAN …..KRO

  • swissjonny says:

    A very low profile property for a very low profile man. I wonder if he has any backers or silent partners? If all this money was his- having lived in HK for many years- I can tell you that he would not be living here. Are TTA obliged to provide a list of shareholders to anyone? Presumably E and Y who are usually paranoid about money laundering made TTA fill out a know your client paper.That should have disclosed any influential shareholders,shadow directors and so on. I suspect that this gentleman is managing funds for a third party.Perhaps he does have some skin in the game but I suspect that he is more of a fund manager than outright owner.Nothing wrong with that would just love to know the identities of some of his larger investors.I presume E and Y do know?

  • zxcv says:

    He is director and Chairman of Enviro Energy.

    Directors & Management

    Executive Directors

    Mr. Suen Cho Hung, Paul Chairman

    Mr. Suen holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of South Australia. Mr. Suen has extensive experience in managing metal, minerals and raw materials, electrical and electronic consumer products, energy and property business ventures as well as in strategic planning and corporate management of business enterprises in Hong Kong and the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”).

  • rhees says:

    All we can do at present (as usual) is hope all is cosher.
    Stirling job as usual Dan, and as for kingshurst chelmsley boy me but went to kinshurst comp 1970 to 1977 lot friends from kinshirst

  • zxcv says:

    sorry that previous link no good


  • ChrisG says:

    It’s a pity Paul Suen Cho Hung won’t agree to meet you even if he was to talk to you in the strictest of confidence. It would at least give you some idea of what he has in mind & then you could relay back to the fans your thoughts without obviously going into any detail what was actually said & maybe then it will instill a bit of hope into us & with that a bit of confidence in TTA.

  • ChrisG says:

    I imagine you’ve already seen this Dan, but in case you haven’t. http://in.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProfile?symbol=1102.HK&officerId=2620918

  • Tom Thompson says:

    Mr Dan, You have the big cojones for sure! Proper bostin birra journalism, respect & thanks to you buddy, blessings to you & stay safe. KRO

  • StevieW says:

    Another good day Dan I like the TTA spokesperson bit that gives some real assurance that they are seriously looking at us.

    Patience is a virtue.


  • Gary says:

    Good work Clouseau! Great to see what can be achieved when someone with a passion really tries! Intrigued to know a bit more about what you saw at TTAs offices – was this a large office with lots of people or just a ‘front’ with a receptionist and empty space behind? In other words, do you get the impression that they are a substantial business? And the spokesperson – someone of substance or again, a receptionist who knows how to handle unwanted visitors?
    Loving these updates Dan, thank you.

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