The Rangers chief executive and director are in Toronto today and then head to New York tomorrow, Orlando on Friday and Houston on Saturday before flying home in tome for Sunday’s league clash with Montrose.
A number of issues will be discussed – including the upcoming initial public offering where supporters will have the chance to purchase shares in the club.
Rangers value the backing from Canada and the United States and Green wanted to go personally to allow the fans there to get to know him and the plans for the club.
He told RangersTV: “I am not going across the Atlantic just to talk about the IPO as there is a huge support base in North America.
“The annual convention last year came at a very bad time as far as the club was concerned.
“The administrators were here and they didn’t send anyone out. There wasn’t a chief executive and there wasn’t a board in place.
“We as a board felt there was a window of opportunity to get over there even if it is a whistle stop tour.
“We are going to visit four cities in four days so we won’t have much time for sight-seeing
“But the important thing is for Imran and me to stand in front of these loyal fans in North America and let them see the people in the flesh, ask question and understand what we are trying to do including the IPO process.
“These fans are also financial supporters of the club through RangersTV.
“Part of the documentation we are putting together for the IPO will also explain how we plan to expand the media side – not just in North America but for the whole world.
“After the North American trip we are planning to visit other areas. We have a big fan base in Dubai and we have a big following in Australia.”
Plans are continuing for the share issue and Green said: “We have already announced that Cenkos were appointed as our brokers and we have also announced that Capita are going to be dealing with the fans’ enquiries.
“What we plan to do now in the next few weeks is put an information pack together and in early October there will be further information put out to fans and they can register their interest.
“We are not asking anyone at this stage to send cheques or become involved in any financial arrangement. All we are doing at this stage is keeping fans informed over the progress of the IPO.
“Over the next few weeks a very clear message will be made and we want to assess the level of interest and Capita are specialists in that area and they will work very closely with Cenkos.
“Cenkos are probably the top outfit in London at the moment. The markets have been very challenging but in this period Cenkos have been involved in some of the biggest fund-raisings.
“They have experience with soccer clubs and we are enjoying working with them.
“Capita are a big company used to dealing with share applications and in the past have dealt with a million investors so we need someone with their capabilities and qualities to support the Rangers offering.”
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