Other shareholdings take his total worth of around £236m. He is ranked 348th on the Sunday Times Rich List (351st in 2007, 273rd in 2006, 305th in 2005 and 207th in 2004).
Any takeover of the club would be dependent on the acquisition of Fiszman's stake. Fiszman however has denied any wish to sell his shares. In March 2007 he sold a block of 659 shares for over £3.9m to Kroenke Sports Enterprises. This is a significant sale as reducing his stake to less than 25% resulted in a loss of veto rights over any future changes to the company statutes. Speculation linked this with a move abroad where he would substantially reduce any Capital Gains Tax liability that would come with a sale of his stake in the club.
On 23 July 2007 - Fiszman stated his desire not sell his shares for the foreseeable future.
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