By  on March 4, 2019

LONDON — Ray Kelvin, the founder and part owner of British high street retailer Ted Baker, has resigned as chief executive officer amid an investigation into allegations of misconduct and inappropriate physical contact with staff.

Kelvin, who had taken a voluntary leave of absence last year, denies all allegations of misconduct. Acting chief executive officer Lindsay Page will continue in this role while David Bernstein will act as executive chairman. Bernstein said he will continue in this position until no later than Nov. 30, 2020, by which time a successor will be appointed.

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