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AMP appoints new head

9 December 2004

AMP appoints new head of AMP Financial Services New Zealand

AMP Limited today announced the appointment of Greg Camm as Managing Director, AMP Financial Services New Zealand. Mr Camm joins AMP from ANZ Banking Group where he held a variety of senior leadership positions on both sides of the Tasman during his 15-year tenure.

His most recent role at ANZ Banking Group was Managing Director, Personal Wealth and Distribution. Previous to that, he was Managing Director of ANZ Banking Group New Zealand. Mr Camm will be based in Auckland and take up his role in mid February. AMP Financial Services Managing Director, Craig Dunn said this appointment marks AMP Financial Services’ ongoing commitment to improving the performance of its New Zealand operations.

“Not only does Greg bring significant leadership experience in the financial services industry, he also has well established credentials in driving and delivering growth in the New Zealand market. “His mandate will be to focus on lifting the performance of the business, in particular, working with advisors and all other parts of the business to improve our offering to customers,” said Mr Dunn.

“Greg’s appointment is the result of an extensive international search to find a candidate with the right combination of expertise and experience. “Thanks to Stephen White’s strong interim leadership since August last year, we were able to take the time needed to find that person.

“One of the profiles we always had in mind for the role was an ex-pat New Zealander. While Greg was not born in New Zealand, he and his family were looking for the right opportunity to return to the country they have come to call home,” said Mr Dunn. 2 Catherine Savage, Managing Director of fund manager AMP Capital Investors continues to be based in Wellington and reports directly to Stephen Dunne, Managing Director AMP Capital Investors Australia. Stephen White will return to Australia to resume his position as Managing Director AMP GI Distribution.

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