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BHS ex-owner Dominic Chappell found guilty of not disclosing vital information

Pensions regulator had pressed charges after Chappell refused to respond to legal notices of handing over documents relating to purchase of the company

The former owner of BHS Dominic Chappell has been found guilty of three charges of failing to provide vital documents to the pensions watchdog.
Chappell, 51, was charged with neglecting or refusing to respond to three Section 72 notices demanding he hand over vital documents and information to them relating to the purchase of the company.

He led a consortium that bought BHS from Green for a nominal £1 in 2015 but it subsequently crashed, with 11,000 jobs lost, 13 months later and leaving a pensions black hole of around £571m.

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