The sad story of BHS and its pension scheme members has for now come to an end, with Sir Philip Green's payment of AGBP363m (see page four).
However, it is unlikely to change the public perception of the case as a general failure, not least of regulation - even if in the end it was the Pensions Regulator that made Green pay up.
Could it have been handled better, if the clock were to be turned back? Probably. Will such cases never happen again if the regulator is given more powers? Un
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