So OpCapita spend £2, get given a £50m bung, and are in line to receive another £50m or so when the store is flogged off. Nice work if you can get it. I've seen no evidence of any significant restructuring or attempts to turn the business around since they took over. Strange that KESA didn't do this themselves, doesn't look like a great deal for them with hindsight, especially as they kept the pension liabilities.
What's also sad is that apparently they've had to stop the business merely because paying cash for goods wasn't workable... Aside from those insurers clearly pulling lines of credit because Opcapita were undermining the business, it seems such a shame that the business was being run so badly that apparently simply paying for your goods wasn't workable.