David Sullivan is seeking peace talks with new Birmingham City owner Carsen Yeung and his staff.
Former Brum co-owner Sullivan wants an end to his feud with the new regime, who completed a £81.5million takeover last month.
Yeung has accused the old board of leaving unpaid bills and is questioning management fees paid to Sullivan and David Gold.
The Hong Kong businessman has also asked police to look at the books.
But Sullivan said: "If there is a dispute over this then it should be a civil dispute. I have offered to meet Carson Yeung man-to-man to sort out this dispute.
"Carson and all the new board are welcome for a cup of tea.
"I think I am a reasonable man. We would like to meet them and, if there is a dispute, come to an amicable compromise."