AMP Capital is a leading diversified investment manager, managing investments across major asset classes including equities, fixed interest, infrastructure, real estate, diversified funds, multi-manager and multi-asset funds.
Our home strength in Australia and New Zealand has enabled us to grow internationally, and today we have operations established in Dubai, China, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom and the United States. We collaborate with a network of global investment partners, leveraging our shared capabilities to provide greater access to new investment opportunities. We benefit from the resources and financial strength of our parent (AMP Limited or AMP), while operating autonomously with a pure investment focus.
Parent: AMP was founded in 1849 on a simple yet bold idea – that every individual should have the power and ability to control his or her life. For more than 170 years, AMP has been dedicated to making this possible. AMP serves over 3.5 million customers on pension funds for individuals and businesses, income protection and life insurance, financial advice and investment, and selected banking products. AMP is Australia's largest retail pension fund provider and was listed on the Australian and New Zealand stock exchanges in 1998, now having around 740,000 shareholders. In March 2011, AMP and AXA Asia Pacific Holdings' Australia and New Zealand businesses merged to form one business under the AMP group.
Alliances: In March 2012, AMP Capital entered into a strategic business and capital alliance with leading Japanese trust bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation (MUTB). As part of the alliance, MUTB acquired a 15% minority interest in AMP Capital Holdings Limited (AMPCHL). AMP Capital holds a 15% stake in the China Life AMP Asset Management Company (CLAMP), a funds management company which offers retail and institutional investors in China access to leading investment solutions. AMP Capital is also actively involved in supporting the China Life Pension Company as part of the broader AMP group.