The Pensions Regulator (TPR) believes BHS tycoon Sir Philip Green took a close interest in the retailer’s pension funds during his ownership of the firm despite his protestations to MPs that he did.. City A.M.
Britain's Pensions Regulator has formally begun "enforcement action" against Philip Green, the former owner of BHS, to plug a hole in the collapsed department store's pension fund,.. Source: Rumble -
MPs ramp up the pressure on former BHS owner Sir Philip Green by unanimously recommending he is stripped of his knighthood, following the collapse of British Home Stores. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
New Look's bonds have come under pressure after the clothing retailer posted plummeting sales for the year.
The retailer's debt is listed on the Luxembourg stock exchange and, on Friday, was trading.. City A.M.
Sir Philip Green's holding company Taveta Investments has been hit with a £26.4m bill due to the collapse of BHS.
According to accounts filed on companies house, Taveta faces £129.2m in one-off.. City A.M.
The billionaire is understood to be getting advice from leading firm McKinsey about boosting his Arcadia Group, which includes the Dorothy Perkins and Wallis brands. MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk
Sir Philip Green's profits took a hit last year as the fashion tycoon struggled to overcome the difficulties of an increasingly difficult retail environment.
The profits of Green's holding company.. City A.M.
City stockbroker Shore Capital and BlackRock, the world’s largest fund manager, are likely to receive somewhat varying takes on what Brexit means for business from their different political.. City A.M.
Sir Philip Green is trying to save the Australian division of his fashion chain Topshop after it fell into administration.
Green's Arcadia Group is talking to the administrators, Ferrier Hodgson,.. City A.M. Also reported by •Telegraph.co.uk