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Ex-Retail Boss Fined £50K For Pension Data Failings

Law360, London (December 17, 2018, 12:42 PM GMT) -- A court has ordered the former owner of retail chain BHS, which collapsed with a pension deficit of £570 million ($720 million), to pay more than £124,000 after he lost an appeal against a conviction for failing to hand over information to Britain’s pensions regulator.

Dominic Chappell was ordered to pay a £50,000 fine, £73,900 in costs and a £170 victim surcharge for failing to give The Pensions Regulator information he was required to hand over as it investigated the sale and collapse of BHS , the watchdog said on Friday.

​Judge Christine Henson QC, at Lewes Crown Court sitting at...

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