Sponsors cannot say they are unaware of scheme difficulties

Helen Morrissey
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Sponsors cannot say they are unaware of scheme difficulties

Watching the latest instalment of the BHS saga provides valuable lessons for sponsoring employers finds Helen Morrissey.

Sitting through Sir Philip Green's testimony in front of the Work and Pensions Committee last week was an interesting experience. During a mammoth six hours Green swung between joviality, irritation and...

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