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AMP Capital Settles Sale Of 50% Stake In Sydney's 200 George Street Building
AMP Ltd Says AMP Bank MD Sean O’Malley To Be Elevated To Executive Committee
AMP Says On-Track To Deliver A$300 Million Of Annual Run-Rate Cost Savings By FY22
AMP Ltd is an Australia-based wealth management company. The Company operates through three divisions: AMP Australia, AMP Capital and New Zealand wealth management. AMP Australia provides wealth management, advice and bank products. Wealth management provides financial advice services through aligned and owned advice businesses, platform administration, unit linked superannuation, retirement income and managed investment products. AMP Bank offers residential mortgages, deposits and transaction banking. AMP Capital is a diversified investment manager across various asset classes, including equities, fixed interest, infrastructure, real estate, diversified and multi-manager and multi-asset funds. New Zealand wealth management business includes the wealth management, financial advice and distribution business in New Zealand.
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* Shares rise 3.94%; dividend halted until post-demerger (Recasts with comment from shareholder, CEO, shares)
Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd said on Thursday its first-half underlying profit rose 57%, helped by stronger AMP Bank earnings and investment income from Group Office division, though the company did not declare an interim dividend.
Australia's securities regulator said on Friday it had filed a lawsuit against six companies related to wealth manager AMP Ltd, accusing them of charging 'fees for no service' to customers on their corporate pension accounts.
Australia's AMP Ltd said on Monday it would move to a new form of financial advice model for clients, marking a shift in the troubled wealth manager's advice operations as it embarks on a demerger from its infrastructure and property units.
Australia's securities watchdog said on Thursday it had started civil proceedings against five companies related to wealth manager AMP Ltd for allegedly charging life insurance premiums and advice fees to customers after their deaths.
Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd narrowly avoided a second straight shareholder vote against executive pay and the prospect of the board being fired on Friday, as it acknowledged wide-ranging concerns at an annual meeting.
Shareholders of troubled Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd voted in favour of the company's executive pay program by a narrow margin on Friday, sparing the company a further vote on whether to remove its entire board.
* AMP investors to receive shares in new private markets company
AMP Ltd saw A$1.5 billion ($1.16 billion) in net outflows at its Australian wealth management business in the first quarter as the troubled financial firm continues to lose clients, sending its shares to a more than one-year low.
AMP Ltd said on Thursday assets under management at its Australian wealth management business increased by A$1.6 billion ($1.24 billion) in the first quarter on better market conditions and lower outflows from pension fund mandates.
Embattled Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd on Thursday named Australia and New Zealand Banking Group deputy chief Alexis George as its new chief executive officer, saying Francesco De Ferrari would retire from the role.
* AMP shares give up most initial gains by close (Adds graphic, updates to closing share price)
Embattled wealth manager AMP Ltd reiterated that Francesco De Ferrari would remain its chief executive officer, after a local media column said on Thursday he would resign.
Australia's AMP Ltd said Francesco De Ferrari continues to be its chief executive officer, hours after a local media column said he would resign on Thursday, sending the wealth manager's shares down during trading hours.
Trading in shares in Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd was halted for more than 20 minutes before the markets closed on Thursday as they slid following a column in local newspaper that said Chief Executive Francesco De Ferrari will resign.
* AMP shares jump over 6% (Adds background on AMP review, struggles and shares)
Australia's AMP Ltd and former suitor U.S.-based Ares Management are close to agreeing a joint venture that would give the American fund control of its asset management business AMP Capital, a source with knowledge of the deal said.
AMP Ltd said on Friday U.S.-based Ares Management Corp had made an indicative offer to buy the Australian wealth manager, adding that discussions were at an early stage.
AMP Ltd on Thursday reported net cash outflows of about A$2.4 billion ($1.7 billion) from its flagship fund management arm in the third quarter, as coronavirus-induced market turmoil and governance concerns led to higher client repayments.
Australian financial advisory firm AMP Ltd said on Thursday it had appointed inclusion and diversity consultancy Symmetra to undertake a workplace conduct review after the company was hit by a corporate scandal.
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