Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell potentially faces his fourth personal bankruptcy in order to pay £9.5m of contributions he owes to the failed retailer’s pension schemes.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been given a six-year prison sentence for failing to pay tax on income from his purchase of the failed retail giant.
The BHS Senior Management Scheme has agreed a £2.5m buy-in with Legal & General (L&G) Assurance Society, securing benefits outside of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).
Patrick Foster draws on his experience supporting trustees through insolvency events to set out what trustees need to prepare for.
The Upper Tribunal has told Dominic Chappell he must pay £9.5m into BHS’ pension schemes after committing actions detrimental to their funding.
The Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) has criticised Arcadia's proposals to halve the deficit recovery contributions of its pension schemes as part of a company restructure.
The story of BHS is one of both outrage and happy endings. James Phillips speaks to trustee chairman Chris Martin and his advisers about the scheme's endgame journey
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay £124,000 after losing an appeal against his conviction for failing to provide information to the regulator.
Work and Pensions Committee (WPC) chairman Frank Field will continue his probe of former BHS owner Sir Philip Green as he prepares to meet Insolvency Service chief executive Sarah Albon later this month.
The aggregate risk across defined benefit (DB) schemes in the FTSE 100 has fallen by almost a quarter since 2017 but 12.5% are still at risk of failure, research suggests.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has lost the appeal against his section 72 conviction and sentence for failing to hand over information to The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
In a hard-hitting interview with Stephanie Baxter, the former chairman of Carillion Pension Trustees explains why he thinks a blame culture and too much red tape are damaging pensions and why he feels regulators are getting it wrong.
Former BHS chief Dominic Chappell has been accused of trying to rewrite history as he seeks to overturn a conviction for failing to hand over information to the regulator.
FTSE 350 companies are failing to disclose to stakeholders a range of important data about their defined benefit (DB) obligations, a Lincoln Pensions study finds.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell will contest the £9.5m bill demanded by The Pensions Regulator (TPR), the watchdog has confirmed.
Over two years since the collapse of the high street giant, BHS pension scheme members will be able to put their anxieties to rest thanks to a bulk annuity deal. James Phillips explores the detail.
Approximately 9,000 members who transferred to the BHS2 Pension Scheme last year have had their benefits fully insured through a buyout with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC).
A damning report on the pre-sale audit of BHS is set to be published after the High Court last week refused to meet Sir Philip Green's wish to gag the Financial Reporting Council (FRC).
Handing the pensions watchdog extra powers will not be enough without a significant overhaul of its culture and reputation, according to a damning report. Stephanie Baxter considers the criticisms
Sir Philip Green has hit back at critics over his handling of BHS and its pension schemes, saying he "behaved like a gentleman".
Patrick Bloomfield says the regulator is being more vocal about its view of what 'fair treatment' means, with the threat of using its powers to intervene
Ex-BHS chief Dominic Chappell faces up to 15 years of disqualification from running or controlling companies for his handling of British Home Stores (BHS).
The pensions watchdog has been through some testing times and is making significant changes to the way it regulates. Speaking to Stephanie Baxter, Mark Boyle takes stock and looks to the future
Breaking the closed-loop thinking in pensions is possible if we can change our collective mind-set, according to David Blake and Matthew Syed