Fashion retailer Hush is making changes to its top team as its finance boss departs and a new executive is appointed.

Hush’s chief financial officer Don Davis is to leave the fashion retailer after more than three years, Retail Week has learned.

Davis’ departure was announced in a statement filed on Companies House earlier this week.

He first joined the fashion retailer in March 2021, having previously held finance director roles at retailers including Asos and Homebase.

His exit comes alongside the appointment of Rebecca Scott as the retailer’s new chief trading officer. Scott joins from Sephora UK where she was most recently chief financial officer.

She previously worked at Feelunique, before it was acquired by Sephora in 2021, and has also held senior financial roles at Halfords during her career.

Hush declined to comment when approached by Retail Week.

In Hush’s most recent trading update for the year to March 25, 2023, the fashion retailer reported a 9% decline in revenue year on year to reach £62.17m.

Operating profit during the period declined by 84% to £1.4m, while gross profit was down 20% to £22.77m.

A trading update for the retailer’s financial performance to March 31, 2024, is expected to be filed in December this year.