Philip Green Wiki, Bio, Net Worth, Affairs
Philip Green, born on 15 March 1952 is a British billionaire businessman, as well as the chairman of Arcadia Group which is a retail company that includes Topshop, Evans, Topman, Burton, Miss Selfridge, Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Outfit. The now-defunct BHS chain was the part of the group as well. Philip has been involved in a multiple controversies during his career, such as his actions prior to the demise of BHS. In October 2016, the House of Commons approved a measure to ask the Honours Forfeiture Committee to strip Philip of his knighthood for his role in the downfall of BHS. This decision was not legally binding so they were not able to revokedhis knighthood, although there were later calls to revoke it if allegations of sexual harassment, racism and bullying revealed in October 2018 are proved.
Philip Green Family/Parents
Born in Croydon, Surrey, his father was a successful property developer as well as a retailer who died of a heart attack but his mother’s details are not available yet.
Philip Green Affairs/Girlfriend/Spouse/Wife
He is married to Tina Green. They have two children named Brandon and Chloe.
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Name: Sir Philip Nigel Ross Green
- Nickname: Philip, Green
- Birthday: 15 March 1952
- Age: 66 years old
- Gender: Male
- Birthplace: Croydon, Surrey
- Current Residence: Monaco
- Education: Carmel College
- Profession: Businessman
- Nationality: English
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: Unknown
- Hair Color: White
- Eye Color: Brown
- Zodiac: Pisces
- Spouse/Wife: Tina Green
- Net Worth: 4.9 Billion USD
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Trivia and Facts, you may not know about Philip Green
- In 2019, he was accused of making racist remarks to black employees and groping female employees and of being physically abusive and aggressive towards both male and female staffs.
- When he was twelve years old his father died of a heart attack, and he inherited the family business.
- In 1979, Philip bought up, at low prices, the whole stock of ten designer-label clothes retailers that had gone into receivership. Then he had the clothes dry cleaned, put on hangers, and wrapped in polythene to make them look new, and bought a shop to sell them to the public.