AMP Capital AMP Capital is a global investment manager with a large presence in Australia. We have more than 250 investment professionals in 17 locations around the world, working together to share the latest insights and discover the best possible investment opportunities for our clients. 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, Singapore the United Kingdom and the United States.
We operate across all major asset classes including equities, fixed interest, infrastructure, real estate, diversified and multi-manager and multi-asset funds. Our asset class specialists, investment strategists and economists work together and today manage ~AUD$203 billion AUM in funds under management on behalf of our clients, across a range of single sector and diversified funds. We also collaborate with a network of global investment partners, leveraging our shared capabilities to provide greater access to new investment opportunities.
Parent: AMP Limited (AMP Capital's parent company) is Australia and New Zealand’s leading wealth management company. AMP was founded in 1849 on a simple yet bold idea: that all individuals should have the power and ability to control their money and achieve their financial goals. Through a portfolio of businesses, AMP offers services and solutions to help customers, retail and institutional, manage their finances and realise their ambitions.
The AMP group’s business is divided into four areas including AMP Australia (wealth management, advice and bank); AMP Capital; New Zealand wealth management, and AMP Life. In August 2019, AMP announced an agreement to sell its Australian and New Zealand wealth protection and mature businesses to Resolution Life, with a completion date in the first half of 2020
Alliances: In Asia, AMP Capital has partnerships with two leading financial services groups:
- Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation (MUFG: Trust Bank), which holds a 15% minority interest in AMP Capital, and
- China Life.