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|Legal name:||Kathmandu Holdings Limited|
|NZX50 rank:||35 of 50|
|Head office address:||223 Tuam Street, Christchurch Central, Christchurch, 8011|
|Chief executive:||Michael Daly|
|Financial year ended:||June|
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Kathmandu Holdings Limited (KMD) is a Global outdoor, lifestyle, and sports company. KMD is a certified B-Corporation. KMD holds a trio of stores, Kathmandu, Rip Curl, and Oboz. Kathmandu was born in 1987 and holds a strong reputation as the best product distributor for camping, and plenty more outdoor activities.
Michael Daly was appointed CEO of Kathmandu in May of 2021. Joining Rip Curl in 2002, Daly fulfilled the roles of CFO and then COO before being appointed CEO of Rip Curl in January 2013. Whilst Daly was based for years in the Torquay head office, Daly then spent two years in the USA for Rip Curl. Prior to joining Rip Curl, Daly spent over 10 years working for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) across both Australia, and New Zealand.
David Kirk was appointed Chairman of Kathmandu Holdings Ltd. in November of 2013. Kirk is the Co-founder and managing partner of Bailador Investment Management and is the Chairman of Bailador Technology Investments, Forsyth Barr Group, and the New Zealand Rugby Players Association. Kirk sits on the board of various Bailador portfolio companies and charitable organisations including KiwiHarvest and the Sydney Festival. Kirk is a Rhodes Scholar with degrees in Medicine from Otago University and Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Oxford University.