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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.He is.
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia retail empire has scraped through plans to close stores after a knife-edge vote received the backing of landlords. The group – which owns Topshop. our store portfolio.
Sir Philip Green should use his own money to support the pension fund of his troubled arcadia retail empire, MP Frank Field has urged. The chairman of the Work and Pensions Committee intervened following Sir Philip’s plans to restructure Burton, Dorothy Perkins and Topshop and cut contributions to the pension scheme.
Sir Philip Green ordered to inject 50m into Arcadia pension fund as empire near COLLAPSE. By.. Last week it emerged the Topshop store in London’s Oxford Street will be closed down, with roughly 185million from this closure and other assets also believed to be going into the retirement.
Sir Philip Green’s Topshop. compensation fund, and if Arcadia is sold in the future they will also take 20 per cent of any equity value ascribed to it. We have confirmation that around 1,000 jobs.
This includes security over Arcadia’s flagship Topshop Oxford Street store, which would allow the property to be sold to shore up the pension deficit if a CVA is not enough to replenish Arcadia’s.
The fate of Sir Philip Green's Arcadia empire, which owns Topshop, is now in. Landlords at nearly 200 Arcadia stores in the UK and Ireland are being. Arcadia reached a key deal with the Pensions Regulator on Tuesday.
Sir Philip Green is expected to clear a major hurdle in his efforts to rescue his arcadia retail group later after agreeing to inject an additional 25 million into its pension fund. The Topshop tycoon received the backing of regulators after proposing a cash and security package worth 310 million.
According to Sky News, The Pensions Regulator is reportedly demanding an additional £50 million contribution to Arcadia’s retirement fund, otherwise it would not support the CVA proposals. Lady Tina.