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Executive appointment of Mr Trevor Wairepo

NZX RELEASE

17 April 2014

Executive appointment

Kiwi Income Property Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Trevor Wairepo to the newly created position of General Counsel and Company Secretary, commencing with the Trust in July 2014.

Mr Wairepo is currently General Counsel and Company Secretary for Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited. He has extensive legal experience with listed and unlisted real estate entities, both in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Chris Gudgeon, Chief Executive of the Manager of the Trust, said: “After completing an extensive executive search, we are delighted to have been able to secure someone of Mr Wairepo’s calibre. He joins the Trust at an important time following the recent internalisation of the Trust’s management and will be a valuable member of the executive team.”

Mr Wairepo is a Chartered Company Secretary, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries, a Member of the Institute of Directors and is a UK and NZ qualified solicitor. He holds an MBA (Distinction) from the University of Auckland and a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Canterbury.

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