52 Week Range
As of on the Australian Stock Exchange Ltd ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay
3M AVG Volume
52 Week High
52 Week Low
Shares Out (MIL)
Market Cap (MIL)
Dividend (Yield %)
AMP Says Appointed Symmetra To Undertake A Comprehensive Workplace Conduct Review
AMP Ltd Says Will Undertake A Portfolio Review Of Group's Assets And Businesses
AMP Ltd Appoints Debra Hazelton As Chairman
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.
Amp Sydney Cove Building
L 24 33 Alfred Street
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Megan Elizabeth Beer
Chief Executive - AMP Life
Acting Chief Executive - New Zealand wealth Management
Price To Earnings (TTM)
Price To Sales (TTM)
Price To Book (MRQ)
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
Return on Investment (TTM)
Return on Equity (TTM)
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.
Australian financial planning giant AMP Ltd said on Wednesday it was putting all its assets under review, setting in motion a potential sale or break-up of a company that has seen its profit and reputation weakened by years of scandals.
Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd <AMP.AX> on Monday said its chairman had resigned and the chief executive of its funds management unit would be demoted, following concerns about alleged inappropriate conduct by the latter.
Australia's scandal-hit AMP Ltd said on Thursday it would return up to almost $400 million to investors in the form of a special dividend and a share buyback, sending its stock surging as much as 14%.
Australia's largest wealth manager AMP Ltd said on Thursday its first-half profit nearly halved as coronavirus-induced market turmoil led to a plunge in fee income and a higher loan-loss provision at its banking unit
Australia's largest financial advisory firm AMP Ltd said on Thursday Alex Wade resigned as the chief executive of its domestic wealth arm, as the unit navigates hefty outflows and lawsuits.
AMP Ltd, Australia's largest financial advisory firm, said on Friday it expects its first-half underlying profit to more than halve, blaming the coronavirus pandemic and unsettled markets for a slump in fee income and higher credit losses.
Wealth manager AMP Ltd <AMP.AX> said on Thursday it had been served with a class action over advice provided in relation to certain life and other insurance products, the second lawsuit in as many days.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Friday:
Australia's AMP Ltd <AMP.AX> has scrapped plans to divest its New Zealand wealth management arm after offers for the unit fell short of its expectations, citing disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic on the economy and financial markets.
Australia's AMP Ltd on Friday said more than two-thirds of shareholders who voted at its annual general meeting opposed a resolution on executive pay.
Australia's AMP Ltd on Friday said it scrapped plans to divest its New Zealand wealth management business due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic on the economy and financial markets.
* CEASED PLANS TO DIVEST ITS NEW ZEALAND WEALTH MANAGEMENT BUSINESS
Australia's AMP Ltd reported on Thursday a A$19.4 billion ($12.22 billion) decline in assets under management across its wealth management business in the first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on markets.
* Q1 20 AUSTRALIAN WEALTH MANAGEMENT AVERAGE AUM DECLINED 2% TO A$131.3 BILLION FROM A$134.0 BILLION IN Q4 19
* SALE OF AMP LIFE REMAINS ON TRACK FOR COMPLETION BY 30 JUNE
Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd on Thursday withdrew its full-year earnings forecast as the fast-spreading coronavirus creates increasing uncertainty.
* Outflows expected to continue in FY20 (Adds CEO comments to reporters in call, share reaction, analyst impressions)
Australian wealth manager AMP Ltd on Thursday posted an annual loss, hurt by an exodus of clients following revelations of widespread misconduct.
Australia's Federal Court has ordered wealth manager AMP Ltd to pay a penalty of A$5.2 million ($3.5 million) for failing to prevent incorrect insurance advice by financial planners, the corporate watchdog said on Wednesday.
Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.