The trip to Belfast with fellow director Imran Ahmad followed last week’s hectic trip to North America and now plans are being made to meet with all supporters groups in the UK.
Meetings are also planned with Australian and Middle-East supporters in the coming weeks.
Talking about the trans-Atlantic visit, Green said: “It was an amazingly successful trip. We had the game here on the Tuesday and then Imran and I flew to Toronto on the Wednesday where we met fans’ groups and had a great reception.
“There is a massive fan base in Canada and a lot of those travelled to be in one venue which was helpful.
“The next day we flew to New York. We had meetings with investors and football representatives.
“In the evening we meet with fans and then we flew to Orlando on similar business and the day after we flew to Houston then came back for the game on Sunday.
“So it was exhausting but very worthwhile. The support was amazing. It was great to meet face to face with the supporters and they showed their appreciation.
“Imran and I now have a great insight into the NARSA clubs and we have plans to meet other groups because the Rangers family is a worldwide family and what we want to do is start drawing that family together.
“What we would like to do – in Scotland in particular - is meet with fans’ groups on a monthly basis because we don’t want to show grace or favour to any particular group.
“We want all supporters to have access to the board because we all have the same purpose and that’s to take this club back to the top.”
At the recent fans’ meetings, the forthcoming share issue was explained to supporters.
Green added: “It’s still early days and a lot of the technical and financial information is not yet available but we were explaining to them the process and explained who would be invited to join.
“That group is existing season ticket holders, former share-holders, former bond holders, employees and members of the fans’ groups.
“They are the only people – other than institutional investors – who will be allowed to buy shares and that’s the reward we are giving fans for their continued loyalty, investment and support over the years.
“Over the next couple of weeks fans will start to see the official documentation coming out.
“One correction I would like to make is that shares are not going to be £500 each, the minimum anyone can invest is £500.
“There will be people who will want to invest small amounts but there were people we were talking to who want to invest seven-figure amounts.
“So that really gave Imran and me confidence that people can see that we have something that is sustainable and that it has got the ability to weather the financial crisis we are in and that our plans and our vision for Rangers is something that people are willing to buy into.”