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Kathmandu CEO resigns

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After twelve years, Kathmandu CEO Reuben Casey has resigned from his position.

KMD brands owns three of the largest global, outdoor and lifestyle brands, namely Kathmandu, founded in 1987 in New Zealand, Rip Curl, founded in 1969 in Australia and acquired in 2019 and Obox, a North American brand that joined in 2018.

“It’s been a privilege being with Kathmandu for over 12 years and I thank all the team at Kathmandu and KMD brands,” says Casey.

“With such a passionate team culture, brand strength, desirable product offer and a blossoming international business, I have no doubt that Kathmandu will go from strength to strength.”

Read more: Lessons from Kathmandu in employee satisfaction.

Michael Daly will act as interim Kathmandu CEO while the company assess options for a replacement.

“Casey has been an integral part of Kathmandu in his time with the brand serving as CFO, COO prior to being CEO,” says Daly.

“He has built a strong brand leadership team and leaves Kathmandu well positioned for continuing growth. We wish Reuben all the very best.”

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