Lesley Titcomb, the chief executive of The Pensions Regulator, will appear before MPs tomorrow to give fresh evidence relating to the collapse of BHS and its pension deficit.
BHS on Oxford Street
She will appear before the joint select committee hearings alongside Alex Dellal, director at property firm Allied Commercial Exporters, Paul Sutton, and Neville Kahn, managing partner of Deloitte financial advisory.
Goldman Sachs will also defend its role in the BHS scandal on Wednesday at the next round of the select committee hearings.
The bank came under fire when Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green told MPs he would not have sold BHS to Dominic Chappell if Goldman Sachs had said “don’t deal with this guy” earlier this month. Goldman Sachs has been frequently described during the select committee hearings as a “gatekeeper” to Sir Philip Green.
Michael Sherwood, Anthony Gutman and Michael Casey from Goldman Sachs will appear before MPs on Wednesday, as will Sir Philip Green’s stepson, Brett Palos, who is a director at Taveta Investments. Arcadia Group property director Chris Harris, Arcadia finance director Paul Budge and Mark Sherwood, former property director at BHS, will also appear on Wednesday.