Corporate governance

AMP is committed to the highest standard of corporate governance

Our corporate governance

We have a responsibility to all our stakeholders, including shareholders, customers, employees, the community and the environment. The board places great importance on maintaining the highest standards of governance and continually reviews its governance practices to address AMP’s obligations as a responsible corporate citizen.

Corporate governance statement

Each year AMP issues a corporate governance statement. The statement sets out the corporate governance framework adopted by the board and outlines the work undertaken by the board and its committees over the past financial year.

View the corporate governance statement

Corporate governance charter

The corporate governance charter adopted by the board of directors of AMP Limited is designed to promote the highest standard of corporate governance across the AMP group. The charter outlines the roles and responsibilities of the board of directors and the management team and operates in conjunction with the AMP constitution and relevant laws.

View our corporate governance charter

Constitution

The current AMP Limited constitution was adopted by shareholders on 10 May 2012. The constitution outlines the rules and principles for governing our business.

View our constitution 

Corporate policies

For AMP, doing the right thing by the people who depend on us is more than a legal and ethical obligation. It’s an essential part of who we are. Our guiding principles for the way we behave are set out in our code of conduct.

View our code of conduct

AMP is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive working environment where high performing people choose to work. We believe a diverse and inclusive workplace will build a culture where diversity of thought is a competitive advantage, people and their ideas are respected, innovation is fostered and superior results are delivered for employees, customers, shareholders and communities.

View our Inclusion and Diversion policy

In order to meet AMP’s strategic objectives and deliver sustainable growth in earnings and shareholder value we need to take considered risks. Our enterprise risk management policy outlines the components of the risk management framework which have been established to ensure all risks are managed effectively to meet the reasonable expectations of key stakeholders and safeguard AMP’s reputation and capital.

View a summary of our enterprise risk management policy

AMP is committed to creating shared value with the communities in which we operate and to working to build a more sustainable future. We are committed to finding ways to improve environmental performance, maximise resource efficiency and minimise our environmental impact.

View our environment policy

AMP's places great importance on maintaining the highest standard of corporate governance and believes in the importance of fair trading in its securities (including shares, options and performance rights). AMP employees are not allowed to use any form of hedging arrangement in relation to AMP shares.

View our hedging policy

AMP is committed to:

  • ensuring all stakeholders and have equal and timely access to information made available by AMP
  • complying with the continuous disclosure obligations contained in the Listing Rules and the Corporations Act.

View our market disclosure policy

AMP adopts a bi-partisan approach to politics and actively engages in conversations with the government, the opposition, backbenchers and local communities about contemporary and future financial issues and opportunities. AMP provides funding to The Menzies and Chifley Research Centres to support research into significant public policy issues in Australia. AMP also pays fees to attend events organised by political parties where those events allow for discussion on major policy issues with key opinion leaders and policy makers. We do this as part of our contribution to the development of public policy for the benefit of the Australian community and our customers. AMP publicly declares all contributions to political parties consistent with the requirements of the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC). AMP does not make donations for political purposes.

AMP disclosed the following contributions to the AEC for financial year 2015/16.

  • $11,000 to the Menzies Research Centre and $10,000 to the Chifley Research centre for public policy research; and
  • $11,000 for the Federal Labor Business Forum Membership

In 2015/16, contributions include $11,000 to the Menzies Research Centre and $20,000 to the Chifley Research Centre for public policy research. AMP also paid $22,650 to attend Liberal Party policy briefings, conferences and dinners, $11,500 for Federal Labor Business Forum Membership and $500 to attend the Federal Budget Reply Dinner.

AMP expects directors and employees of the company to act with integrity and honesty at all times. The AMP trading policy sets out our policy regarding the trading of AMP securities by directors and employees.

The AMP trading policy aims to:

  • protect stakeholders’ interests at all times
  • ensure that directors and employees do not use any inside information they possess for their or someone else's personal advantage, or to a client's or to AMP’s detriment, and
  • ensure that directors and employees comply with the insider trading provisions of the Corporations Act.

View our trading policy

The board, directors and executive management team are committed to a whistleblower program that encourages, protects and supports responsible reporting of wrongdoing, including fraud, corrupt conduct, questionable accounting and inappropriate workplace behaviour.

Professionalism, honesty and integrity are core to our culture. In a business like ours, everything we do needs to be measured against the highest possible standards. This is more than a legal obligation – it is a fundamental part of who we are and our culture of integrity. With our commitment to reporting wrongdoing, we will continue to build a supportive work environment, which aligns with our values.

Whether you are a current employee, work with AMP as a contractor or supplier, or are a former employee, if you become aware of wrongdoing, we want to know about it. Don’t ignore it. Your commitment can help prevent loss and harm caused by unethical, illegal and irresponsible acts. You can make a difference by getting involved and doing what is right.

If you don’t feel comfortable or safe reporting wrongdoing to your leader or to the People & Culture Advice Line (for AMP employees), you can make a confidential and anonymous report to Your Call. Your Call is an external and independent provider who will bring your information or concerns to our

prompt attention, while keeping your information and identity confidential. Contact Your Call via:

  • A dedicated hotline: 1300 790 228 (Australia) or 0800 123 508 (New Zealand)
  • Email to amp@yourcall.com.au
  • Online at www.yourcall.com.au/report using AMP1849 as the organisation ID
  • Mail to Locked Mail Bag 7777, Malvern VIC 3144 Australia

If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact Your Call online or through the National Relay Service (Australia only). Simply choose your contact method at www.relayservice.gov.au and request Your Call’s hotline 1300 790 228.

Whistleblowing policy

Board committees

The AMP Limited Board has four permanent committees to assist in the execution of its responsibilities. The committees focus on different areas, considering issues, making recommendations and taking action as necessary.

Responsible for:

  • overseeing the integrity of the financial statements
  • reviewing the effectiveness of AMP’s risk management framework
  • endorsing the appointment of the Director, Internal Audit and the external auditor
  • monitoring the performance, adequacy and independence of the external and internal audit functions

View the Audit Committee terms of reference

Chair
Committee Member
Committee Member
Committee Member

Geoff Roberts

Chair

BCom, MBA

Geoff was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and as Chairman of the Audit Committee in July 2016. He was a Director of AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited and a member of the Audit Committee of each from July 2011 until March 2012.

Experience

Geoff has more than 30 years’ experience in financial services across Australia, Asia and Europe, with a particular focus on accounting, financial management and strategic advice. He was appointed CFO of SEEK Limited in June 2015 and prior to that held the positions of Managing Partner of Deloitte Victoria and Director of Deloitte Australia, and Group CFO of AXA Asia Pacific Holdings. Geoff is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and has also served the not-for-profit sector as Chairman of the Reach Foundation and a Director of Vision Australia.

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Holly Kramer

Committee Member

BA, MBA

Holly was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in October 2015 and was appointed a member of the Audit Committee in November 2015. In May 2017, she was appointed a Director of AMP Bank Limited, Chairman of the AMP Bank Audit Committee and a member of the AMP Bank Risk Committee. Holly served as a Director of AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited and as a member of their Audit Committees and Risk Committees from May 2016 until February 2017.

Experience

Holly has considerable retail, marketing and digital experience with more than 20 years spent in general management, marketing and sales for customer-focused organisations. Most recently, Holly was Chief Executive Officer of apparel retailer Best & Less, where she transformed the business and returned it to growth and profitability. Holly has also held senior executive and marketing roles with Pacific Brands, Telstra, eCorp and the Ford Motor Company.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Woolworths Limited (appointed February 2016)
  • Director of Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited (May 2015 to February 2017)

Government and community involvement

  • Director of Australia Post
  • Director of Southern Phone Company Limited
  • Director of The GO Foundation 

Trevor Matthews

Committee Member

MA

Trevor was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in March 2014, became a member of its Audit Committee in May 2014 and a member of the Risk Committee in November 2014. Trevor joined the AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited Boards in June 2014 and was appointed Chairman of those boards in May 2016. He is also a member of the Audit Committee and Risk Committee of each of those boards.

Experience

Trevor, an actuary with more than 40 years’ experience in financial services, has expertise in life insurance, general insurance, wealth management, banking, investment management and risk. He has held life and general insurance chief executive roles in Australia, North America, Asia and Europe. He returned to Australia in 2013 after 15 years overseas and has assembled a portfolio of non-executive directorships. His last overseas position was as an executive director of Aviva plc. a leading global life and general insurer. He was also chairman of its UK and French businesses. Prior to that he was Group CEO of Friends Provident plc.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Cover-More Group Limited (December 2013 to April 2017)
  • Chairman of 1st Group Ltd (appointed February 2015)

Government and community involvement

  • Chairman of the NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority

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Mike Wilkins AO

Committee Member

BCom, MBA

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees in September 2016. In May 2017, he became Chairman of the Risk Committee. He was also appointed to the AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited Boards in October 2016 and as a member of their Audit and Risk Committees in November 2016, becoming Chairman of those Risk Committees in February 2017.

Experience

Mike has more than 30 years’ experience in financial services in Australia and Asia, including life insurance and investment management. Mike has more than 20 years’ experience as CEO for ASX100 companies. Most recently, he served as Managing Director and CEO of Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG). He is the former Managing Director and CEO of Promina Group Limited and Tyndall Australia Limited.

Mike has served as a director of Alinta Limited, Maple-Brown Abbott Limited, The Geneva Association and the Australian Business and Community Network. He was on the Business Council of Australia for eight years and a member of the B20 Human Capital Taskforce in 2014. Mike is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Mike was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2017 for distinguished service to the insurance industry.

Listed directorships

  • Director of QBE Insurance Group Limited (appointed November 2016)
  • Director of Medibank Private Limited (appointed May 2017)

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Committee Member

Andrew Harmos

Committee Member

BCom, LLB (Hons)

Andrew was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2017 and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees. Andrew was appointed a Director of AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited boards in August 2013. He has served as a member of the Audit Committees of both boards since August 2013 and was appointed as a member of the Risk Committees of both boards in November 2014. Andrew became Chairman of the Audit Committees of both boards in May 2016.

Experience

Andrew is one of the founding directors and shareholders of Harmos Horton Lusk Limited, an Auckland-based specialist corporate legal advisory firm. He specialises in corporate takeovers, corporate structure and governance advice, company, business and asset acquisitions and disposals, securities offerings, strategic and board corporate advice.

Andrew is also a director of Pascaro Investments Limited (a farm investment company) and Elevation Capital Management Limited, and was previously Chairman of NZX Limited and a trustee of the Arts Foundation of New Zealand.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Scentre Group, formerly Westfield Retail Trust (appointed December 2010)

Government and community involvement

  • Member of the New Zealand Arts Foundation Finance Committee

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Responsible for:

  • reviewing the composition of the board and the boards of the key subsidiaries
  • overseeing succession planning for the board and the boards of the key subsidiaries
  • planning board, committee and director performance review planning

View the Nomination & Governance Committee terms of reference

Chair
Committee Member
Committee Member

Catherine Brenner

Chair

BEc, LLB, MBA

Catherine was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2010 and assumed the role of Chairman in June 2016. She became Chairman of the Nomination and Governance Committee in May 2013 and a member of the People and Remuneration Committee in June 2016. Catherine served as a Director of AMP Life Limited from May 2009 and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited from March 2011, serving both companies until May 2016 and as Chairman for the last five years.

Experience

Catherine has extensive corporate finance and public company experience and is a former senior investment banker and corporate lawyer with a background in corporate advisory and equity capital markets. She has served on public company boards in the resources, property and biotech sectors for over a decade. Catherine has also previously served as a member of the Takeovers Panel and as a board member and trustee of not-for-profit and government organisations, including the Sydney Opera House.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Boral Limited (appointed September 2010)
  • Director of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (appointed April 2008)

Government and community involvement

  • Director of SCEGGS Darlinghurst Limited
  • Trustee, Art Gallery of NSW

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Patricia (Patty) Akopiantz

Committee Member

BA, MBA

Patty was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and the People and Remuneration Committee in March 2011, becoming Chairman of that committee in August 2014. She joined the Nomination and Governance Committee in August 2015 and the Risk Committee in February 2017. Patty was appointed a Director of AMP Bank Limited in November 2011 and Chairman in November 2015. She became a member of the AMP Bank Audit Committee and the AMP Bank Risk Committee in November 2014.

Experience

Patty has extensive experience in retail and consumer-facing industries internationally, having spent over 25 years in senior management and consultancy roles in Australia and overseas. She has served as General Manager of Marketing at David Jones, Vice President for a United States apparel manufacturer and as a management consultant with McKinsey, advising some of Australia’s leading companies on strategy and organisational change.

Over the last 15 years, Patty has served on numerous boards including AXA Asia Pacific Holdings and Coles Group. In 2003, she was awarded a Centenary Medal for services to Australian society in business leadership.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Ramsay Health Care Limited (appointed April 2015)

Government and community involvement

  • Director of Belvoir St Theatre

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Peter Varghese AO

Committee Member

BA (Hons)

Peter was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and as a member of its Risk Committee in October 2016. He became a member of the Nomination & Governance Committee in May 2017. Peter was also appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committee in October 2016. 

Experience

Peter has extensive experience in public administration and governmental and international affairs, which spans 38 years and includes senior positions in foreign affairs, trade policy and intelligence. Most recently, Peter was Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade where he was CEO of a complex global operation including 100 overseas posts. His previous appointments include High Commissioner to India, High Commissioner to Malaysia, Director-General of the Office of National Assessments, and Senior Adviser (International) to the Prime Minister of Australia. He also was a member of the Australia-China High Level Dialogue and was the Minister (Political) at the Australian Embassy in Japan. Peter is Chancellor of the University of Queensland.

Peter was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2010 for distinguished service to public administration. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Queensland in recognition of his distinguished service to diplomacy and Australian public service.

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Responsible for:

  • reviewing and endorsing the remuneration arrangements for certain executives and non-executive directors
  • monitoring the effectiveness of AMP’s strategies for executive succession, talent management and diversity
  • endorsing AMP’s remuneration policy
  • reviewing or approving matters relating to AMP’s key incentive plans

View the People and Remuneration Committee terms of reference

Chair
Committee Member
Committee Member

Patricia (Patty) Akopiantz

Chair

BA, MBA

Patty was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and the People and Remuneration Committee in March 2011, becoming Chairman of that committee in August 2014. She joined the Nomination and Governance Committee in August 2015 and the Risk Committee in February 2017. Patty was appointed a Director of AMP Bank Limited in November 2011 and Chairman in November 2015. She became a member of the AMP Bank Audit Committee and the AMP Bank Risk Committee in November 2014.

Experience

Patty has extensive experience in retail and consumer-facing industries internationally, having spent over 25 years in senior management and consultancy roles in Australia and overseas. She has served as General Manager of Marketing at David Jones, Vice President for a United States apparel manufacturer and as a management consultant with McKinsey, advising some of Australia’s leading companies on strategy and organisational change.

Over the last 15 years, Patty has served on numerous boards including AXA Asia Pacific Holdings and Coles Group. In 2003, she was awarded a Centenary Medal for services to Australian society in business leadership.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Ramsay Health Care Limited (appointed April 2015)

Government and community involvement

  • Director of Belvoir St Theatre

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Catherine Brenner

Committee Member

BEc, LLB, MBA

Catherine was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2010 and assumed the role of Chairman in June 2016. She became Chairman of the Nomination and Governance Committee in May 2013 and a member of the People and Remuneration Committee in June 2016. Catherine served as a Director of AMP Life Limited from May 2009 and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited from March 2011, serving both companies until May 2016 and as Chairman for the last five years.

Experience

Catherine has extensive corporate finance and public company experience and is a former senior investment banker and corporate lawyer with a background in corporate advisory and equity capital markets. She has served on public company boards in the resources, property and biotech sectors for over a decade. Catherine has also previously served as a member of the Takeovers Panel and as a board member and trustee of not-for-profit and government organisations, including the Sydney Opera House.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Boral Limited (appointed September 2010)
  • Director of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (appointed April 2008)

Government and community involvement

  • Director of SCEGGS Darlinghurst Limited
  • Trustee, Art Gallery of NSW

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Vanessa Wallace

Committee Member

BCom, MBA

Vanessa was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and as a member of the People and Remuneration Committee in March 2016. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in August 2016, having joined the board and its Audit and Risk Committee in May 2016.

Experience

Vanessa has wide-ranging experience in financial services strategy, having spent over 30 years consulting to the financial services sector across Asia Pacific. Most recently Vanessa was Executive Chairman of Strategy& Japan Inc, which formed from the merger of PwC and Booz & Company. Previously she was Booz & Company’s financial services practice leader and held multiple governance roles at the highest level within Booz’s global partnership, including as a member of its board. She was actively involved in the firm’s strategy and customer, channels and markets activities which focused on areas such as customer experience, offer design and channels to market across a number of industries. Vanessa also has experience in mergers and acquisitions and post-merger integration.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Wesfarmers Limited (appointed July 2010)
  • Director of SEEK Limited (appointed March 2017)

Government and community involvement

  • Member of the Chairman's Council of the Australian Chamber Orchestra Pty Ltd
  • Member of the MS Research Australia Leadership Council

Responsible for:

  • overseeing the implementation and operation of AMP’s enterprise risk management framework
  • monitoring and reviewing AMP’s  risk culture
  • approving material risk management and compliance policies
  • endorsing AMP’s risk management strategy and risk appetite statement
  • endorsing the appointment of the chief risk officer

View the Risk Committee terms of reference

Chair
Committee Member
Committee Member
Committee Member

Mike Wilkins AO

Chair

BCom, MBA

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees in September 2016. In May 2017, he became Chairman of the Risk Committee. He was also appointed to the AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited Boards in October 2016 and as a member of their Audit and Risk Committees in November 2016, becoming Chairman of those Risk Committees in February 2017.

Experience

Mike has more than 30 years’ experience in financial services in Australia and Asia, including life insurance and investment management. Mike has more than 20 years’ experience as CEO for ASX100 companies. Most recently, he served as Managing Director and CEO of Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG). He is the former Managing Director and CEO of Promina Group Limited and Tyndall Australia Limited.

Mike has served as a director of Alinta Limited, Maple-Brown Abbott Limited, The Geneva Association and the Australian Business and Community Network. He was on the Business Council of Australia for eight years and a member of the B20 Human Capital Taskforce in 2014. Mike is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Mike was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2017 for distinguished service to the insurance industry.

Listed directorships

  • Director of QBE Insurance Group Limited (appointed November 2016)
  • Director of Medibank Private Limited (appointed May 2017)

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Trevor Matthews

Committee Member

MA

Trevor was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in March 2014, became a member of its Audit Committee in May 2014 and a member of the Risk Committee in November 2014. Trevor joined the AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited Boards in June 2014 and was appointed Chairman of those boards in May 2016. He is also a member of the Audit Committee and Risk Committee of each of those boards.

Experience

Trevor, an actuary with more than 40 years’ experience in financial services, has expertise in life insurance, general insurance, wealth management, banking, investment management and risk. He has held life and general insurance chief executive roles in Australia, North America, Asia and Europe. He returned to Australia in 2013 after 15 years overseas and has assembled a portfolio of non-executive directorships. His last overseas position was as an executive director of Aviva plc. a leading global life and general insurer. He was also chairman of its UK and French businesses. Prior to that he was Group CEO of Friends Provident plc.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Cover-More Group Limited (December 2013 to April 2017)
  • Chairman of 1st Group Ltd (appointed February 2015)

Government and community involvement

  • Chairman of the NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority

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Patricia (Patty) Akopiantz

Committee Member

BA, MBA

Patty was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and the People and Remuneration Committee in March 2011, becoming Chairman of that committee in August 2014. She joined the Nomination and Governance Committee in August 2015 and the Risk Committee in February 2017. Patty was appointed a Director of AMP Bank Limited in November 2011 and Chairman in November 2015. She became a member of the AMP Bank Audit Committee and the AMP Bank Risk Committee in November 2014.

Experience

Patty has extensive experience in retail and consumer-facing industries internationally, having spent over 25 years in senior management and consultancy roles in Australia and overseas. She has served as General Manager of Marketing at David Jones, Vice President for a United States apparel manufacturer and as a management consultant with McKinsey, advising some of Australia’s leading companies on strategy and organisational change.

Over the last 15 years, Patty has served on numerous boards including AXA Asia Pacific Holdings and Coles Group. In 2003, she was awarded a Centenary Medal for services to Australian society in business leadership.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Ramsay Health Care Limited (appointed April 2015)

Government and community involvement

  • Director of Belvoir St Theatre

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Peter Varghese AO

Committee Member

BA (Hons)

Peter was appointed to the AMP Limited Board and as a member of its Risk Committee in October 2016. He became a member of the Nomination & Governance Committee in May 2017. Peter was also appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committee in October 2016. 

Experience

Peter has extensive experience in public administration and governmental and international affairs, which spans 38 years and includes senior positions in foreign affairs, trade policy and intelligence. Most recently, Peter was Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade where he was CEO of a complex global operation including 100 overseas posts. His previous appointments include High Commissioner to India, High Commissioner to Malaysia, Director-General of the Office of National Assessments, and Senior Adviser (International) to the Prime Minister of Australia. He also was a member of the Australia-China High Level Dialogue and was the Minister (Political) at the Australian Embassy in Japan. Peter is Chancellor of the University of Queensland.

Peter was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2010 for distinguished service to public administration. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the University of Queensland in recognition of his distinguished service to diplomacy and Australian public service.

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Committee Member

Andrew Harmos

Committee Member

BCom, LLB (Hons)

Andrew was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2017 and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees. Andrew was appointed a Director of AMP Life Limited and The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited boards in August 2013. He has served as a member of the Audit Committees of both boards since August 2013 and was appointed as a member of the Risk Committees of both boards in November 2014. Andrew became Chairman of the Audit Committees of both boards in May 2016.

Experience

Andrew is one of the founding directors and shareholders of Harmos Horton Lusk Limited, an Auckland-based specialist corporate legal advisory firm. He specialises in corporate takeovers, corporate structure and governance advice, company, business and asset acquisitions and disposals, securities offerings, strategic and board corporate advice.

Andrew is also a director of Pascaro Investments Limited (a farm investment company) and Elevation Capital Management Limited, and was previously Chairman of NZX Limited and a trustee of the Arts Foundation of New Zealand.

Listed directorships

  • Director of Scentre Group, formerly Westfield Retail Trust (appointed December 2010)

Government and community involvement

  • Member of the New Zealand Arts Foundation Finance Committee

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Trustee information

AMP Superannuation Limited ABN 31 008 414 104 is the trustee of the following registrable superannuation entities (RSEs):

  • AMP Superannuation Savings Trust (SST)
  • AMP Eligible Rollover Fund (ERF)
  • AMP Retirement Trust (ART).

NM Superannuation Proprietary Limited ABN 31 008 428 322 is the trustee of the following RSEs:

  • Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund (Wealth)
  • Super Directions Fund (SDF)
  • National Mutual Pro-Super Fund (Pro-Super)
  • The Retirement Plan (TRP)
  • National Mutual Retirement Fund (NMRF)

AMP Superannuation Limited and NM Superannuation Proprietary Limited, as a trustee, are responsible for:

  • all aspects of the operation of the RSEs
  • ensuring the RSEs are properly administered in accordance with their trust deeds
  • ensuring the RSEs comply with relevant legislation.

AMP Superannuation Limited and NM Superannuation Proprietary Limited are in compliance with The Financial Services Council Standard 20.

The executive officers of the trustees are the board of directors of the trustees as well as Rachel Sansom, Director of Trustee Services.

Click below for Rachel's biography.

Director Regulatory Governance

Rachel Sansom

Director Regulatory Governance

Rachel was appointed to the expanded role of Director Regulatory Governance in April 2017, following 18 months as Director of Trustee Services. The Regulatory Governance team is responsible for assisting the trustees of AMP’s superannuation funds to operate in compliance with their regulatory, fiduciary and licensing obligations.

Rachel joined AMP in 1996 and has held a variety of roles during her time with the group covering strategy, communications, change, business planning, corporate responsibility, property and financial services.

Rachel has a Bachelor of Business in International Business Management and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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