What a lovely way to put it

Sir Philip Green (born 15 March 1952) is a Monacan[1][2], British-born businessman with executive positions in Tina Green\’s companies, including the Arcadia Group.

What\’s even better is that it\’s actually true, too.

11 thoughts on “What a lovely way to put it”

  1. As a shareholder, Tina is no more Philip’s boss than Legal & General is Marc Bolland’s boss. On the other hand, as CEO of the company Philip’s main duty is to his shareholders, of which Tina is one.

  2. I’m not convinced the Wiki entry is true – I’ve not seen any reports (or dug any up when looking just now) that Green is a naturalised Monaco citizen.

  3. …especially as Monaco requires naturalised citizens to give up their previous citizenship. If Green were no longer a UK citizen, he’d no longer be eligible to be known as Sir Philip.

  4. @ifabloke

    If you can appoint me or sack me you are my boss. Tina has a controlling interest, L&G do not.

    She is supposedly his boss, yet in reality the very idea is laughable.

  5. If Green were no longer a UK citizen, he’d no longer be eligible to be known as Sir Philip.

    Strictly, having already received “the accolade”, he’ll retain the title. If a UK order that normally carries a knighthood is received by a foreigner, they are just presented with the badge and don’t get tapped with Daddy’s sword therefore don’t get the title.

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