Company Overview of AMP Capital Investors Limited
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
Founded in 1993
Key Executives for AMP Capital Investors Limited
Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Finance Director and Executive Director
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
AMP Capital Investors Limited Key Developments
AMP Capital Provides Updates On Ommaney Centre
Aug 6 14
AMP Capital Investors Limited might emerge with control of the Mount Ommaney Centre in Brisbane that was put on shelf by Australian Core Property Portfolio. AMP Capital drafted plans to sell the centre and has set up internal protocols that may allow the centre to be acquired by another of its vehicles. The centre is also understood to have won bids from Stockland Corp. Ltd. (ASX:SGP) and GPT Group (ASX:GPT). An AMP Capital spokeswoman said that the expression of interest processwas under way and while there were clients interested in looking at assets such as Mount Ommaney, it was an open market sale and was too early to identify bidders.
CBUS Looks for AUD 1 Billion Properties Sell-Off
Aug 5 14
GPT Group (ASX:GPT), Charter Hall Group (ASX:CHC) and AMP Capital Investors Limited are lining up for a slice of Cbus Property Pty Ltd.'s two prime Melbourne office assets with expectations the buildings will together sell for more than AUD 1 billion. Up for grabs is CBUS’s building on Bourke Street in the Docklands. The deal is being handled by Colliers International and Savills. GPT and The GPT Wholesale Office Fund are believed to have made a joint bid for the CBW. Charter Hall is also thought to have made an offer on the CBW towers on behalf of a club of investors. A third bidder, believed to be from overseas, is also in the running for the CBW. Meanwhile, AMP’s funds unit has emerged as a contender for CBUS’s Bourke Street tower. It is vying against two other bidders, with Invesco Ltd. (NYSE:IVZ) also thought to be in the frame. Mirvac Group (ASX:MGR), Dexus Property Group (ASX:DXS) and Eureka Funds Management Ltd. are all believed to have made preliminary offers on the building but did not make the shortlist. The sale process was expected to close at the end of July, but strong demand for the properties has seen the sales campaign extended, with second-round offers due shortly.
NSW Treasurer Prepares For First Round Of Bidding For Newcastle Port
Jan 30 14
The Treasurer of NSW is preparing to receive first-round bids on January 31, 2014. Citigroup is reportedly working with Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Ltd. (SEHK:1038) in its bid to buy Newcastle Port Corporation, reported Australian Financial Review. The report added that Citi has been advising Cheung Kong Infrastructure on its offer, joining UBS, Macquarie Capital and RBC Capital Markets with mandates. Credit Suisse is acting as financial advisor for ATEC Rail Group Limited, added the report. Cheung Kong Infrastructure is expected to lead international interest in the port, along with rivals GIC Pte. Ltd., Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. (NYSE:BIP), Global Infrastructure Partners and Adani Enterprises Limited (BSE:512599). The report says that among the local funds, RREEF America L.L.C., Hastings Funds Management Limited, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (Europe) Limited, Access Capital Advisers Pty Limited and AMP Capital Investors Limited are believed to be weighing offers and IFM Investors and QIC Limited also have form at showing up to these auctions. The Treasurer and adviser Morgan Stanley are expected to short-list four or five bidders.
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