Our approach to sustainability
To AMP, sustainability is our ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising future generations. As custodians of our client’s money and future, we face complex economic, social and environmental challenges which bring both risks and opportunities to our clients, people and community.
We are committed creating a sustainable and equitable future for our stakeholders – one that has shared value for clients, shareholders, employees, the community and the environment.
Our approach to sustainability is built around three core areas of stakeholder focus: our clients, our people and our community.
Our material issues
Through an annual stakeholder engagement process, we have identified nine material sustainability issues, in our three key focus areas, which impact our ability to create and protect value for our stakeholders into the future.
AMP's 2020 Sustainability report
AMP’s 2020 Sustainability Report outlines how we monitor and manage the risks and opportunities associated with our material sustainability issues and provides a snapshot of our performance in each area.
- AMP’s 2020 Sustainability Performance Data Summary
- 2020 GRI and SASB Indices
- AMP 2020 Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) submission
- AMP Capital Principles for Responsible Investment transparency report
- AMP's 2020 modern slavery statement
- The AMP Foundation outlines how our philanthropic arm invests in the community and facilitates our people’s giving.
- Through AMP's Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), we aim to develop cultural understanding, create opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and proudly celebrate Australia's heritage. AMP launched its Innovate RAP in September 2020.