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Frank Field to question Topshop investor over BHS pension deficit

Frank Field, chair of the parliamentary committee investigating BHS, is reportedly planning to question US investor Leonard Green, who owns a 25% stake in Topshop.

Topshop Trafford center

Topshop Trafford center

Frank Field, who chairs the committee, wants to speak to Green in order to seek assurances over the pension shortfall at Arcadia Group.

He is also concerned the US minority investor may provide a stumbling block to plugging the Arcadia pension deficit using Topshop’s funds, according to The Times.

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