Company Profile

Kathmandu Holdings

Kathmandu Holdings is a retailer of clothing and equipment targeted at outdoor enthusiasts. The company was established in New Zealand in 1987 and listed on the NZX and ASX in 2009.

In 2019, Kathmandu acquired iconic surf brand Rip Curl, adding 160 global retail store locations to the company’s portfolio. Kathmandu now owns a total of 325 retail stores worldwide and employs over 4,000 people.


Announcements
Title Date Type
SPH Notice - Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) Thu, May 12 2022 03:48 pm SHINTR
Notice of Non-Executive Director Retirement – John Harvey Wed, May 11 2022 03:13 pm ADMIN
SPH Notice - Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) Thu, Mar 31 2022 03:38 pm SHINTR
Ongoing Disclosure Notice - Philip Bowman Mon, Mar 28 2022 09:08 am SHINTR
FY22 Half Year Results Investor Call Transcript Fri, Mar 25 2022 04:09 pm GENERAL
1H FY2022 Interim Results Wed, Mar 23 2022 09:34 am HALFYR
SPH Notice - Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) Wed, Mar 16 2022 02:12 pm SHINTR
KMD changes name to reflect the group’s vision Wed, Mar 16 2022 09:29 am ADMIN
Kathmandu Holdings Limited (“KMD”) – Name Change Fri, Mar 04 2022 03:01 pm MEMO
Change of Name to KMD Brands Limited Wed, Mar 02 2022 09:26 am ADMIN
Directors and Executives
Frances Blundell
Company Secretary
Philip Bowman
Independent Non-Executive Director
Michael Daly
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Abby Foote
Non-Executive Director
John Harvey
Independent Non-Executive Director
Chris Kinraid
Chief Financial Officer
David Kirk
Independent Chairman
Andrea Martens
Independent Non-Executive Director
Brent Scrimshaw
Independent Non-Executive Director
Company Details
Registered Office: 223 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011
Postal Address: 223 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011
Telephone: +64 3 373 6110
Facsimile: +64 3 373 6128
Website: https://www.kmdbrands.com/
First Listed: 12/11/2009
Balance Date: 31 July
AGM: 23/11/2021
Major Holdings Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Current
31/03/22 Accident Compensation Corporation 35,434,924 5.01 5.00
06/12/21 New Zealand Superannuation Fund Nom 42,863,705 5.00 6.05
03/12/20 Yarra Funds Management Limited 65,243,302 - 9.20
28/09/20 Harbour Asset Management Limited, J 59,221,361 7.32 8.35
21/05/20 Harbour Asset Management & Jarden P 66,336,899 10.01 9.36
28/04/20 Norges Bank 30,480,111 5.06 4.30
24/04/20 Briscoe Group Limited 48,007,465 7.95 6.77
15/04/20 AMP Capital Investors (New Zealand) 15,254,522 5.54 2.53
14/04/20 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc 14,972,750 - 5.07
20/01/20 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 14,630,151 5.31 4.96
04/12/19 Jarden Partners Limited. 31,567,518 12.02 10.71
19/10/18 NovaPort Capital Pty Ltd 7,836,108 6.00 3.47
19/10/18 Challenger Limited 7,889,812 6.02 3.49
16/08/17 TA Universal Investment Holdings Li 24,212,664 13.34 12.02
13/04/17 Harbour Asset Management Limited 12,374,372 5.10 6.14
14/11/16 Jason Familton 9,975,833 - 4.95
Director’s Interests Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Details Other
28/03/22 Philip Bowman 750,000 - - -
28/10/21 Michael Philip Daly 473,386 - - -
19/10/21 Abigail Foote 65,000 - - -
30/04/20 Xavier Simonet 1,312,733 - - -
30/04/20 David Kirk 743,336 - - -
30/04/20 Christopher Kinraid 36,112 - - -
30/04/20 Edward John Harvey 160,897 - - -
30/10/19 Reuben Casey 255,596 - - -
27/04/18 Sandra V McPhee 65,767 - - -
Analysts’ Forecasts
profit2021 profit2022 eps2021 dps2021 sales2021 ebit2021 ebitda2021
mean 66.4 76.6 19.2 13.5 950.5 75.8 184.7
high 95.1 76.6 32.0 20.0 950.5 75.8 189.6
low 37.7 76.6 6.5 7.0 950.5 75.8 179.9
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Last Updated: 15/03/2022
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