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Philip Nevill Green – Wikipedia

Philip Nevill Green CBE (born 12 May 1953) is a British business executive. He was chairman of Carillion from May 2014 until Carillion entered compulsory liquidation in January 2018. Green was chairman of BakerCorp from June 2011 until December 2017.

Carillion: Ex-chairman Philip Green takes blame for

Media captionFormer chairman of Carillion, Philip Green. Former Carillion chairman Philip Green has said he takes the blame for the collapse of the company last month. Mr Green was in the post

Carillion liquidation: Who is chairman Philip Green and

Carillion liquidation: Who is chairman Philip Green and what will happen to company pensions? Carillion involved in projects such as HS2 and is second largest supplier to Network Rail.

Carillion collapse: The key personnel at the firm

Jan 16, 2018 · No – not Sir Philip of BHS fame – but another Philip Green linked to a business failure costing thousands of jobs. Philip Green has been with Carillion since 2011 …

Author: James Sillars, Business Reporter

‘Recklessness, hubris and greed’ – Carillion slammed by

Carillion finance director, Richard Adam, along with chief executive Richard Howson and chairman Philip Green were singled out by the committees for criticism.

Carillion chairman Philip Green was a Number 10 adviser

The collapse of construction firm Carillion has put the relationship of chairman Philip Green with government under the microscope. This morning the firm filed for liquidation after talks with

Embattled Carillion chairman Green lined up to chair

Dec 04, 2017 · Embattled Carillion chairman Green lined up to chair Survitec The Carillion chairman, Philip Green, is in talks about taking the helm at Survitec, a survival equipment-maker, Sky News …

Author: Mark Kleinman, City Editor

Carillion collapse: Who was behind the ‘recklessness

MPs have singled out a number of parties who played a role in the demise of outsourcing firm Carillion, Philip Green. Mr Green joined the board in 2011 and became chairman in 2014. MPs

The Guardian view on Carillion: reaping the consequences

The Guardian view on Carillion: reaping the consequences of corporate greed Editorial. And what will be the penalty for the Carillion bosses, like chairman Philip Green, a man who once advised

Philip Green – Wikipedia

Sir Philip Nigel Ross Green (born 15 March 1952) is a British billionaire businessman, and the chairman of Arcadia Group, a retail company that includes Topshop, Topman, Wallis, Evans, Burton, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins and Outfit.

Children: Chloe, Brandon, Stasha Palos (stepdaughter), Brett Palos (stepson)

Carillion’s chairman Philip Green quits Prince Harry’s

The disgraced former chairman of bust builder Carillion has quit Prince Harry’s anti-HIV charity. Philip Green is under fire for his role at the helm of Carillion during the three years up to its

Carillion collapses into liquidation | Financial Times

Philip Green, Chairman of Carillion, said: This is a very sad day for Carillion…Over recent months huge efforts have been made to restructure Carillion to deliver its sustainable future…

Carillion chairman on board of Prince Harry’s charity

Philip Green, 66, is chairman of board at charity Sentebale founded by prince Carillion boss also met the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles in 2015 Mr Green has been Carillion chairman

Who is Carillion’s chairman, who owns the UK’s second

Who is Carillion’s chairman? Philip Green has been chairman since May 2014. The 65-year-old was handed a CBE in the 2014 Birthday Honours. Mr Green, a former adviser to David Cameron on corporate