Rangers have confirmed the appointment of Barry Scott as a Director on the Ibrox board.
Scott, who is based in Hong Kong, was named in January 2016 as one of three benefactors who had contributed to the £6.5 million loan paid to Rangers in a bid to pay off Mike Ashley and help pay for the day-to-day running costs.
Chairman Dave King along with the ‘Three Bears’ - Douglas Park, George Letham and George Taylor - provided most of the cash with Scott, fellow Hong Kong-based fan Andy Ross and director John Bennett adding to the total.
A brief statement on the club’s website said: “We are pleased to announce the appointment of Barry Scott as a director of Rangers International Football Club PLC.
“Barry is a successful businessman and lifelong supporter of the club.”