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Company Overview of AMP Capital Investors Limited

Company Overview

AMP Capital Investors Limited is a privately owned investment manager. The firm primarily provides its services to private investors, institutions, advisers, and AMP financial planners. It manages separate client focused portfolios for its clients. The firm also manages mutual funds and alternative funds for its clients. It invests in the public equity, fixed income, real estate, and alternative investment markets across the globe with focus on Australia, New Zealand, and Asia. Within real estate it invests in commercial, retail and industrial properties. It invests between $10 million to $50 million per asset and would be bought and sold during the life of the fund. The firm uses strategic ...

Level 12 - 50 Bridge Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Founded in 1993

Phone:

61 2 9257 5000

Fax:

61 2 9257 1257

Key Executives for AMP Capital Investors Limited

Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Finance Director and Executive Director
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director
Chief Executive
Financial Controller
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

AMP Capital Investors Limited Key Developments

Challenger Life Eyes 35 Clarence Street Building

Challenger Life Company Limited intends to acquire 35 Clarence Street in the Sydney. The company is pursuing a due diligence on the 18-storey building. The building has been put up for sale by AMP Capital Investors Limited, acting on behalf of Sunsuper Pty Ltd, in September 2015. Colliers International and Chesterton International are acting as the selling agents. Challenger Life declined to comment on market speculation when contacted by The Australian Financial Review. AMP Capital, Colliers International and Chesterton International also declined to comment.

China Investment To Team Up With AMP For BG

China Investment Corporation emerged as a potential bid partner for AMP Capital Investors Limited to bid for BG Group plc (LSE:BG.). As the bids are due before end of November 2014, AMP is in talks with China Investment for its partner.

AMP Seeks A Joint Venture Partner In China

AMP Capital Investors Limited has unveiled ambitions of joining the ranks of international investors in China’s retail property sector by seeking a joint venture partner to enter the market. China is seeing a boom in shopping centre construction and AMP hopes to use its retail expertise to find assets where it can boost returns. Savills head of research, China, James Macdonald, said, "Foreign groups with management expertise were sought-after partners. That will be a key differentiator." AMP may set up ventures with Chinese shopping centre owners, and may start by providing property advice to mainland mall developers. It has already been advising one of China’s largest shopping centre owners. AMP may also acquire or partner with companies with interests in Chinese retail assets.

Recent Private Companies Transactions

Type
Date
Target
Merger/Acquisition
December 17, 2014
An Industrial Property at 7-9 French Avenue Brendale
Merger/Acquisition
November 25, 2014
18-Hole Golf Course in Sydney
Merger/Acquisition
November 11, 2014
Junction Fair Shopping Centre
 

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