Rosalind Connor comments in Pensions Expert on PPF taking a tough stance against Toys R Us insolvency
PPF has continued to block the terms of a Company Voluntary Arrangement proposed by Toys R Us and demanded £9m to be injected into their pension scheme.
Toys R Us has claimed that it wants to continue sponsoring its scheme and offered to shorten its recovery plan from 15 to 10 years, while paying a sum greater than its planned annual contribution of £1.6m.
Rosalind Connor commented:
“It’s sometimes quite hard to persuade [companies] that they really need to take the PPF seriously,” she said.
“It’s actually very good for the industry that people see the PPF every now and then just saying ‘no’.”
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