Rangers have today announced they are one step closer to re-floating on the stock market with the confirmation new Company Auditors have been appointed.
Stirling-based Campbell Dallas, formed 16 years ago in 1999, were today included as the latest chapter in getting Rangers reinstalled to an AIM, with the ISDX remaining the most palatable option.
In a statement Rangers said:
“RANGERS International Football Club PLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Campbell Dallas LLP as new Company auditors.
Campbell Dallas LLP is an award-winning, progressive and dynamic Scottish-based firm of independent Chartered Accountants and this alliance should be regarded as yet another important milestone as the RIFC Board continues to regenerate the Club.
This appointment follows on from securing the services of Peterhouse Corporate Finance as ISDX corporate adviser.”
Campbell Dallas will be responsible, essentially, for Rangers’ accounts, and the compiling of yearly and half-yearly reports detailing the full economics of Rangers’ financial affairs – this is essential for a public company and in concert with Peterhouse CF sees the Ibrox side get closer still to fully re-engaging onto an AIM.