Philip Green, Carillion

1 March, 2018

Carillion chairman ‘lacked even a tenuous grasp’ on its position

Former Carillion chairman Philip Green “appeared to lack even a tenuous grasp” on the company’s parlous condition, according to ministerial committees investigating its demise. The latest com...

26 January, 2018

MPs to investigate Carillion auditors and board over ‘disaster in the making’

MPs investigating Carillion's liquidation have asked the big four audit firms to reveal their working links with the collapsed services giant Carillion. According to Sky News, audit firms PwC, KPMG...
Theresa May, prime minister

22 January, 2018

PM reveals new sanctions for company leaders over pension deficits

Prime minister Theresa May has said the government is preparing new measures that will sanction company leaders who fail to protect employee pensions. In an article for The Observer newspa...