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Premiership Rugby Side London Wasps Seek To Raise $53M With Retail Bond Issue

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 27 / 15

Premiership rugby club London Wasps are seeking to raise as much as £35M ($53M) "directly from its fans and other individual investors with the issue of a retail bond on the London Stock Exchange this week," according to Judith Evans of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The 148-year-old club "is following ...

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