Green pledges 25m more to save Arcadia empire | Business. – sir philip green has handed another 25m to Arcadia’s pension scheme in an eleventh-hour deal that improves his chances of averting the collapse into administration of his Top Shop empire.

Sir Philip Green agrees to pay 363m to rescue BHS pension. – Retail mogul Sir Philip Green has agreed to pay 363 million to rescue the BHS pension scheme. He said that the amount, which is less than the 571 million deficit the company was left with when.

Frank Field tells Philip Green to personally fund Arcadia. –  · A senior MP has called on Sir Philip Green to personally fund the pension scheme of his Arcadia retail empire if plans to reduce its deficit prove insufficient. Frank Field, chairman of the.

UK’s Philip Green pledges more cash to Arcadia’s pension. – (Reuters) – British retail businessman Philip Green has agreed to pledge another 25 million pounds ($32 million) to Arcadia Group’s pension scheme, Sky News reported on Tuesday. The latest funding, in the form of security over Arcadia property assets, was part of a bid to secure The Pensions Regulator’s backing for the restructuring of Green’s Top Shop empire, Sky News said

Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has announced it will close 23 in the UK and Ireland, putting 520 jobs at risk.. for closure as part of a rescue plan. The retail group’s proposals will also.

Sir Philip Green told to plug Arcadia's mammoth pensions. – Arcadia has identified 23 of its 566 UK stores for closure and has requested rent reductions and new lease terms on almost 200 more in a move that puts 520 jobs at risk. Tina Green, Sir Philip’s.

Philip Green escape is bad omen for UK high street. –  · Arcadia will provide its pension schemes security over assets worth 210 million pounds to help close a funding deficit, while Tina Green will contribute 100 million pounds to the schemes over three years. Arcadia’s own annual contributions to its pension schemes will be reduced from 50 million to 25 million pounds a year for three years.

Philip Green Wins Support from Regulators for Arcadia Rescue. – Philip Green, chairman of the UK’s Arcadia Group, has received the support of pension regulators for his plan to rescue his beleaguered retailer after agreeing to inject an additional 25 million into the retailer’s pension fund, on top of previous commitments of 360 million.

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UK. Philip Green wins key vote for rescue plan ahead of. – The owner of Topshop has struck a 385m deal to secure its pension schemes, including a 100m contribution from Lady Cristina Green, Sir Philip’s wife and Arcadia’s largest shareholder. The PPF said it would now "vote in support" of Arcadia’s restructure. But the plan, which includes closing 50 stores, needs the backing of landlords.

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