Kathmandu's board will now begin the process of recruiting a replacement for Mr Halkett. "Peter will work with the board and executive on an appropriate transition plan," chairman David Kirk said. "The board will evaluate options for recruiting a successor to him in the weeks ahead.
Mr Halkett's resignation is effective November 25. "I have been with Kathmandu for 8 years and feel the time is now right for me to take a break, up to a year off, and then look for a fresh challenge," Mr Halkett said.
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