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SBD Global/September 12, 2013/Finance
Schalke Increases Volume Of Club Bonds To $67M; 3rd League Side To Issue Fan Bonds
Published September 12, 2013
MSV DUISBURG: DER WESTEN's Thomas Kristaniak reported German 3rd League football club MSV Duisburg "will issue fan bonds" to pay back a €3.3M ($4.4M) loan which will be due on July 1. Duisburg board member Robert Philipps said, "With five percent and a duration of five years, we want to generate €5 million ($6.7M)." Fans of the club "will be able to subscribe to the bonds starting on Sept. 14" (DER WESTEN, 9/10).