Silence is a bizarre position for Boohoo's chairman to adopt | Nils Pratley
Firm has accepted conclusions of Alison Levitt’s report, but Mahmud Kamani has said nothing
“If he chooses to do so, the chairman could become an icon in the industry and the company he created will go from strength to strength,” said Alison Levitt QC in her report last week, prodding Boohoo to tackle its supply chain failures.
As a company, Boohoo has accepted Levitt’s recommendations, of course. But does Mahmud Kamani, the chairman, feel embarrassed or shamed by the report’s findings? Is he up for Levitt’s icon-making challenge?