Fashion group’s founder has denied allegations of inappropriate behaviour

The Ted Baker chief executive, Ray Kelvin, has resigned following allegations of inappropriate behaviour towards staff.

Kelvin took a voluntary leave of absence from his role in December after allegations of misconduct were made against him. Since then an internal independent committee has been investigating those claims, and commissioned the law firm Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) to investigate the allegations and the company’s policies, procedures and handling of HR-related complaints.

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