Tag : Sir Philip Green
Green considers rescue bid for Topshop AustraliaSubscription
Arcadia owner Sir Philip Green is reportedly considering a rescue bid for Topshop/Topman Australia, after its franchise partner collapsed into insolvency earlier this week.
Topshop trading boss is latest Arcadia departureSubscription
The trading director of Topshop, James Mooney, is set to leave the business, becoming the latest in a string of high-profile departures from the Arcadia Group.
Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green has hit out against what he has labelled “unnecessary” and “wholly unwarranted” attacks over the BHS pension deficit.
Labour MP Frank Field has claimed that Arcadia’s Sir Philip Green could still be stripped of his knighthood, saying his £363m settlement with the Pensions Regulator was “inadequate.”
Arcadia doubles payments to its pensions fundSubscription
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has doubled payments into its pensions fund to help plug a deficit of £189.6m, just days after Green made a voluntary contribution of £363m to settle the BHS pension scheme deficit.
Analysis: Is Topshop losing its shine?Subscription
Topshop has long been considered the pinnacle of cool young fashion on the British high street. With its high-profile fans, a spot on the London Fashion Week schedule and frenzied teen following, for years Topshop has been at the cutting edge of young fashion retailing.
Dominic Chappell’s company Retail Acquisitions is set to sue Sir Philip Green and the Arcadia group for £14m, relating to the sale of the BHS headquarters, claiming the company lost out on proceeds from the building.
Sir Philip Green could keep knighthood for 'years' Subscription
Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green could keep his knighthood for “years”, despite MPs voting to strip him of the honour following the BHS scandal.
BHS liquidator FRP Advisory is said to conducting a detailed investigation into transactions that took place under Sir Philip Green and Dominic Chappell’s ownership of BHS, including whether the directors breached their duties.
Sir Philip Green reportedly wants the Pensions Regulators to ask former BHS owner Dominic Chappell, to help resolve the retailer’s £571m pension deficit scheme.