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Ray Kelvin resigns as CEO of Ted Baker

Ted Baker founder and CEO Ray Kelvin has resigned with immediate effect.

Kelvin took a voluntary leave of absence from his role as CEO of Ted Baker in December, after allegations of misconduct were made against him.

Since that date an internal independent committee has been investigating and commissioned law firm Herbert Smith Freehills to investigate the allegations and the company’s policies, procedures and handling of HR-related complaints.

Kelvin has denied all allegations of misconduct. He has, however, today agreed to resign with immediate effect from his position as chief executive and as a director of Ted Baker.

Acting chief executive Lindsay Page has agreed to continue in this role.

The board has asked David Bernstein to act as executive chairman. Bernstein has indicated that he will continue in this position until no later than 30 November 2020, by which time a successor will be appointed.

The investigation will continue, with the primary focus of the remainder of the investigation being on Ted Baker’s policies, procedures and handling of complaints. It is expected that HSF will conclude its investigation at the end of Q1 or early in Q2 2019.

Bernstein said: “Ray Kelvin founded the business 32 years ago and has, together with the fantastic team around him, been the driving force behind it becoming the global brand it is today. As founder and CEO, we are grateful for his tireless energy and vision. However, in light of the allegations made against him, Ray has decided that it is in the best interests of the company for him to resign so that the business can move forward under new leadership.

As a board of directors, we are committed to ensuring that that all employees feel respected and valued. We are determined to learn lessons from what has happened and from what our employees have told us and to ensure that, while the many positive and unique aspects of Ted’s culture are maintained, appropriate changes are made. Sharon Baylay has agreed to act as the designated non-executive director for engagement with the Ted workforce. Led by Lindsay, we are confident that the strong and experienced team we have in place will build the Ted culture and move the business forward.”

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