Sir Philip Green offers Topshop store to pension fund

Sir philip nigel ross green (born 15 March 1952) is a British billionaire businessman, and the chairman of Arcadia Group, a retail company that includes Topshop, Topman, Wallis, Evans, Burton, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins and Outfit. The defunct BHS chain was also part of the group.

Sir Philip Green has been told to use his own money to fund the pension scheme for his embattled retail empire. MP Frank Field, chair of the Work and Pensions Committee, wrote to Sir Phillip.

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Arcadia Group’s proposed CVA has cleared a major hurdle as Sir Philip Green gained the support of pension regulators after agreeing an additional 25 million for its pension fund. The Topshop.

Sir Philip Green should use his own money to support the pension fund of his troubled arcadia retail empire, MP Frank Field has urged.

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SIR PHILIP Green has been ordered to inject another 50million into the pension fund of his Arcadia group as his retail empire hinges on the verge of collapse.

Sir Philip Green has offered to give his flagship Topshop store on London’s Oxford Street as security to the group’s troubled pension funds as he tries to push through a restructuring.

Sir Philip Green and his senior lieutenants have. to landlords and to cover the contributions it needs to make to its pension fund, which has a deficit of at least £300 million. Green wants to.

Sir Philip Green has proposed concessions for landlords in a last-minute deal to shore up support for his retail empire’s restructuring plans. The Topshop. the Pensions regulator (tpr) agreed fresh.

Sir Philip Green has been told to top up his contribution to his retail business Arcadia’s pension fund, ahead of a vote on the company’s restructuring plans. The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is.

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