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    The founder of outdoor retail giant Kathmandu is facing criminal charges

    The founder of outdoor retail giant Kathmandu is facing criminal charges

    14 February 2020
    The charges relate to Jan Cameron's involvement in infant formula maker Bellamy's across the Tasman.

    The 67-year-old former director of Bellamy's, has been charged by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for failing to disclose her links to a major investor in the company.

    She'll appear before the Hobart Magistrates' Court, charged with contravening sections of Australia's Corporations Act.

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