Around 26,000 supporters had holdings in Rangers under its previous parent firm and lost them when a new company was formed in June.
It is expected interest in putting money into the Light Blues in return for shares will be high after the club announced its intentions in London today.
And while Green understands the difficult financial climate at present means some won’t be able to invest, he knows many will be keen to subscribe.
Speaking exclusively to RangersTV in the capital, he said: “It’s very important that fans get the chance to invest in their club.
“You’ll have seen in the last few weeks we have been over to North America and to Ulster as well, where we met fans groups last Thursday.
“We then met fans in Glasgow on Friday and both went through our presentation and told them what our plans are.
“Of course, the club has tried to raise money (through share floatation) in the past to raise money and sometimes the fans haven’t taken part.
“But it was very important for us that the 26,000 people who lost their shareholdings when the oldco collapsed were given the chance to reinvest.
“We do acknowledge that these are difficult financial times for the whole world, not just for Rangers fans.
“But the reality is we made a promise, we’re sticking by that promise and we think there will be strong support.
“People have seen the turnaround at Rangers, the crowds have been fantastic and we’ve had investors come up to Glasgow.
“We had a number of potential investors there when we played Motherwell and of course the atmosphere was fantastic and the result was great.
“People can see there is value in investing in Rangers and not just because someone might be a Rangers fan.
“I think there is a very, very solid business here now and what has emerged over the last few months is a different model.
“As Brian Stockbridge has got tighter controls, we’ve got a team in place and Imran Ahmad has begun working on the commercial side, things have changed as Rangers have rebuilt.”