KMD

Kathmandu Holdings (KMD)

Stock Code

KMD

Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Kathmandu Holdings (KMD) is a leading outdoor clothing and equipment retailer with outlets throughout New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. KMD is a group of people passionate about living the dream - not playing it safe but trying new things, always searching out new toys. Company not world famous explorers (though they can be their customers) but everyday people helping turn fantasies of escape into real possibilities. Investors can trade Kathmandu shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).

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