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Kathmandu Holdings Ltd Re-Aligns Executive Team

28 May 2014

Kathmandu Holdings Ltd Re-Aligns Executive Team

Kathmandu’s Chairman David Kirk today announced changes to its Executive team structure, enhancing the leadership team capability to support planned future expansion across Australasia and internationally.

Executive Director Mark Todd, the Company’s current Chief Financial Officer, has been appointed to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer.

Mark will continue with his CFO responsibilities, and he now has oversight of Kathmandu’s key business transformation projects, associated with the Company’s rollout of the Microsoft Dynamics AX retail platform. This is in addition to his existing role leading the Company's management teams across the finance, supply chain, store and property leasing and store development functions.

Associated with this change:

• Kathmandu’s General Manager Finance, Reuben Casey will take over as Company Secretary from Mark Todd on 1 August this year, and
• The reporting line and seniority for Kathmandu’s General Manager Human Resources position has been re-aligned. Rebecca Edwards previously reported to the CFO. She now joins the Kathmandu Executive team and will report directly to Chief Executive Officer, Peter Halkett.

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