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The AMP Capital Senior Leadership Team

Adam Tindall
Adam Tindall
BE (Hons), GDipMan, Certificate of Investment Management, Fellow AICD
Chief Executive Officer, AMP Capital
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Adam was appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer, AMP Capital in October 2015. As CEO, Adam leads a market leading specialist investment manager which manages funds on behalf of retail and institutional clients across a range of asset classes including equities, fixed interest, real estate and infrastructure. AMP Capital has offices in Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Mr Tindall has 30 years of extensive experience in the investment management and property industries, most recently in the position of Director and Chief Investment Officer, Property at AMP Capital. In this role Mr Tindall led an integrated investment management business, managing a A$19 billion portfolio of high quality property assets across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore on behalf of many leading institutional investors.

Prior to this Mr Tindall served as Chief Operating Officer for Property. In this role, Mr Tindall was responsible for AMP Capital's wholly-owned asset management businesses AMP Capital Office & Industrial and AMP Capital Shopping Centres. He also managed all the support functions for AMP Capital Property including Finance, Risk and Compliance, Communications and IT.

In addition, Mr Tindall served on the Property Investment Committees for the key AMP Capital Property funds and separate accounts, and held a similar role for AMP Capital’s Infrastructure Funds. He personally took a leadership role in key developments for AMP Capital including as Chairman of the Project Control Groups for the Macquarie Centre, Pacific Fair, Booragoon, Karrinyup and Quay Quarter Sydney projects.

Mr Tindall joined AMP Capital Property in 2009 from Macquarie Capital where he was Executive Director, Property and Infrastructure, responsible for creating or enhancing a number of major property investment funds for clients such as Dexus, Mirvac and Transfield Holdings. Prior to this, Mr Tindall spent 17 years with Lend Lease, ultimately working in various business leadership roles including Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific for Bovis Lend Lease.

David Allen
David Allen
MEng
Global Chief Investment Officer, Equities
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David Allen joined AMP Capital in 2016 and was appointed to the role of Global Chief Investment Officer Equities in March 2017. In this capacity he is responsible for overseeing and developing AMP Capital’s equity capabilities and approach. The equity teams comprise Australian equities, global listed real estate, global listed infrastructure, global equities and environmental, social and governance (ESG). The equities team includes almost 40 investment professionals located in Australia, Hong Kong, London and Chicago. 

Mr Allen’s career spans more than 30 years, with the most recent 16 years of that experience being in the asset management industry. Before joining AMP Capital as Global Head of Equities in March 2016, Mr Allen held the role of Co-Head of Asset Management at Sarasin & Partners in London for more than three years, leading a team managing global equity, fixed income and multi-asset portfolios. Prior to Sarasin & Partners, Mr Allen worked in investment leadership roles for six years for Fidelity Worldwide Investors in London, most recently as Head of Equities. He started his asset management career with Pioneer Investments, where he was an equity analyst, fund manager and Global Head of Research, leading a team based in Boston, Dublin, Singapore and Warsaw. Before his asset management experience, Mr Allen worked in a wide range of roles within the oil industry in the UK and US, primarily with Exxon, including technical, operational and strategic roles. His oil industry experience culminated in three years as Head of Investor Relations at Lasmo plc.
Sean Henaghan
Sean Henaghan
BA (Mathematics & Economics)
Director and CIO, Multi-Asset Group
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Sean Henaghan is the Director and CIO of AMP Capital's Multi-Asset Group with responsibility for over $70 billion (as at June 2014) invested in AMP Capital’s multi-asset portfolios, multi-manager single sector portfolios and Tailored Investment Solutions. The Tailored Investment Solutions provides bespoke client solutions and manager and asset allocation solutions for AMP Financial Services platforms. Mr Henaghan is a member of the AMP Capital Global Leadership Team and also sits on the AMP Capital Investment Committee. Mr Henaghan chairs the various Multi Asset Group Investment Committees Group which provide both strategic direction and fiduciary oversight to the underlying portfolio workgroups.

Having spent over 28 years’ in the industry, Mr Henaghan has extensive manager research and investment strategy experience stemming from his investment consulting background. Mr Henaghan moved to AMP Capital Investors in early 2006, prior to which he spent 12 years at Watson Wyatt in New Zealand, Hong Kong, London, and four years in Sydney. Mr Henaghan has a BA degree from Otago University majoring in Statistics and Economics.

Carmel Hourigan
Carmel Hourigan
BBus (Land Economics), Grad Dip Finance and Investment (Securities Institute)
Global Head of Real Estate
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Carmel Hourigan is the Global Head of Real Estate for AMP Capital, responsible for leading AMP Capital’s $23 billion property investment and management business.

Responsible for the portfolio management and performance of real estate assets for pooled fund investors and significant separately managed account clients, Carmel also oversees AMP Capital’s integrated platform of real estate capabilities across diversified commercial real estate sectors. This includes asset management; property management; development; leasing; research and investment strategy; capital transactions; treasury management; and finance. Carmel is also responsible for overseeing AMP Capital’s property investment committees, which govern investment strategy and implementation.

Joining AMP Capital in November 2015 from the GPT Group, Carmel brings more than 22 years’ experience in the real estate investment industry to her role, spanning key senior leadership positions and roles in funds management, research and advisory services.

At the GPT Group, Carmel was Chief Investment Officer and prior to that, Head of Investment Management since 2012. She was responsible for the overall investment performance of GPT's retail shopping centre, commercial office and logistics and business park portfolio. Her experience also includes senior roles at Lend Lease and Challenger Financial Services Group in addition to roles within Colonial First State, Stockland Group, Jones Lang LaSalle and Raine & Horne Commercial.

Carmel is the Vice President of the Property Council of Australia and is a Fellow of the Australian Property Institute. She holds a Bachelor of Business (Land Economics), and a Graduate Diploma of Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia.

Carmel is a member of the AMP Capital Global Leadership Team.

Andrew R. Jones
Andrew R. Jones
BA (Economics)
Global Head of Infrastructure Debt
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Andrew Jones, Managing Director, is responsible for leading AMP Capital’s infrastructure debt activities globally. Mr Jones has over 25 years of experience in the industry, and joined the investment team in January 2000.

Mr Jones has significant experience sourcing, arranging and managing infrastructure debt assets in all of the target markets of the Fund. From 2004 to 2010, he was a member of AMP Capital’s Infrastructure Investment Committee which considered equity investments for AMP Capital’s infrastructure equity investments. Prior to joining AMP Capital, Mr Jones held senior roles within the project finance teams at National Australia Bank and National Westminster Bank’s Australian operations. Mr Jones holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Flinders University (Australia) and chairs AMP Capital’s Infrastructure Debt Investment Committee.

Craig Keary
Craig Keary
PG DIP (Mgt), DIP FS, M Comm, FAICD, MSDIA, FAIM, SF Fin
Director Asia Pacific Region
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Mr Keary was appointed Director, Asia Pacific Region, in March 2017, and currently serves on AMP Capital’s Global Leadership Team. 

Based in Asia, Mr Keary oversees all of AMP Capital’s client activity and strategic partnerships in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Prior to this, Mr Keary was Director, Australia & New Zealand and Head of Retail Business at AMP Capital. As Head of the Retail Business, he was charged with leading the company’s new retail business to better meet the needs of adviser networks across AMP and the former AXA business.

Serving as Chairman of AMP Capital Investors New Zealand Limited since 2016, Mr Keary was also appointed to the role of Director of Evergen Pty Ltd (a joint venture) in July 2016. In addition to this, he is currently a Director of AMP Capital Investors Japan KK, AMP Capital Advisory (Beijing) Limited, AMP Capital Investors (Hong Kong) and on the board of the Australian Japan Business Cooperation Committee.

Mr Keary is passionate about innovation and digital transformation. Throughout his career, he has been actively involved in driving forward-thinking solutions that better serve the needs of customers and move with the pace of a rapidly changing industry.

Prior to AMP Capital, Mr Keary was Executive Director at Westpac Investment Bank and held several roles at Commonwealth Bank, including General Manager, New Business Development and General Manager, Geared Investments. Before this, he was with HSBC, where he spent 18 years in a range of management roles, in both the UK and Australia.

With over 30 years’ financial services experience and an extensive career, Mr Keary has made many contributions to the financial services industry including chairing the Securities and Derivatives Industry Association Direct Broking Group and the Conference Committee. He is a Senior Fellow of FINSIA, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Directors, a former member of the ASX’s disciplinary tribunal and lectures in the Master of Applied Finance programme at Kaplan.

Mr Keary has been a member of the UWS School of Business Research and Higher Degrees Committee, the CSIRO Stakeholder Superannuation Research Cluster Committee, and the Funds Management Reference Group for the Australian Centre for Financial Studies.

He is currently undertaking a PhD in Financial Planning, focusing on the drivers of customer behaviour and happiness, and how these link with successful financial planning.

Madeleine Mac Mahon
Madeleine Mac Mahon
BBus (Marketing), BA (Psychology)
Director People, Culture & Corporate ESG
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Madeleine Mac Mahon is the Director, People, Culture & Corporate ESG. Ms Mac Mahon is responsible for the design and delivery of the People, Culture & Corporate ESG Strategy across AMP Capital’s global business.

She has over fifteen years of experience in the financial services industry including wealth management, insurance and investment management. This includes both senior Human Resources and business operations roles. Prior to joining AMP Capital Investors, Ms Mac Mahon spent six years as the Head of Strategy & Client Management for a consulting firm where she specialised in developing and implementing performance, culture and leadership strategies for corporate clients. Clients included Coca Cola, McDonalds, Fletcher Building Group, ING Direct, Qantas, Luxottica Group, Travelex, BT Financial and AMP Financial Services.

Prior to this she worked for Tower Australia Limited for six years in various roles including HR Director and Head of Wealth and Risk Administration. Ms Mac Mahon holds a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) from Melbourne’s Monash University and is currently studying a Masters of Peace & Conflict Studies at Sydney University. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is currently an Executive Director on the board of AMP Investment Services.

Boe Pahari
Boe Pahari
BCom, LLB, LLM
Managing Partner & Global Head of Infrastructure Equity / Director, North West Region
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Boe Pahari joined AMP Capital in March 2010 as Head of Infrastructure, Asia and Australia, before transferring to become Head of Infrastructure, Europe & the Americas, and then Global Head and Managing Partner, Infrastructure Equity in December 2014. In March 2016, his role was expanded to include leadership of the distribution functions supporting the North-West region, namely Europe, India, Middle East and the Americas. He retains responsibility for leading the Infrastructure Equity business and managing the Global Infrastructure Fund.

Mr Pahari has over 20 years’ experience in the industry, starting his career at Citigroup in Sydney and subsequently worked for more than 13 years with ABN AMRO based in Singapore, Amsterdam, New York and London. During this period, Mr Pahari worked in regional and global positions, including as Regional CFO for Asia Pacific, Global Head of Strategy and M&A, Global Head of Proprietary Structuring Group, Head of Emerging Growth Markets, Head of Infrastructure Capital, Americas, Global Head of Integrated Finance/Infrastructure Capital, Global Head of Special Situations and Distressed Capital and Global Head of Structured Capital. Following his time at ABN AMRO, Mr Pahari was appointed Global co-Head Principal Strategies at Royal Bank of Scotland. Mr Pahari has lead Principal, Advisory and Leading teams across Asia, North America and Europe. Mr Pahari is admitted as a Solicitor in Sydney, holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New South Wales and Master of Laws from the University of Sydney, Australia.

Margaret Payn
Margaret Payn
BA, CA
Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer
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Margaret Payn was appointed to the role of Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer in March 2016, having joined AMP Capital in February 2013 as Chief Financial Officer. Ms Payn is responsible for leading AMP Capital’s finance function and contributing to the strategic direction and financial performance of the company. She also leads AMP Capital’s group support functions and operations.

Ms Payn has more than 20 years’ domestic and international experience leading finance, strategy, operations and risk functions in large financial services organisations. Ms Payn brings to AMP Capital deep knowledge of financial services, particularly across funds management, retail banking and investment banking. Prior to joining AMP Capital, Ms Payn held leadership roles and directorships with organisations such as ANZ, Schroders plc, Westpac and Citigroup. Ms Payn is a chartered accountant and has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) – French with Pure Mathematics from University College, London University.

Yen Hui Tie
Yen Hui Tie
B Com, LLB, LLM
General Counsel
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Yen Hui Tie joined AMP Capital in April 2005 as Senior Legal Counsel and joined the Global Leadership Team as Head of Legal in 2015. Her previous roles have included Senior Associate at Allens Arthur Robinson (now Allens Linklaters) and Senior Associate at Henry Davis York, Australia.

As Senior Legal Counsel for AMP Capital, Ms Tie has provided legal support primarily to AMP Capital’s property, infrastructure and marketing teams and teams based in or active in Asia as well as the AMP Group M&A, HR and AMP SMSF teams. Her work has included advising on the establishment of new funds, fund operations and governance and fund restructures; capital raising, promotion and marketing of new and existing funds in Australia and internationally; joint ventures, alliances and partnerships; and mergers and acquisitions. Most recently, Ms Tie advised on the strategically important joint ventures, China Life AMP Asset Management Company and China Life Pension Company.

As a lawyer and senior associate in private practice, Ms Tie developed a wide range of expertise in areas such as funds management, capital markets, fundraising, corporate governance, joint ventures, structured acquisitions and disposals, infrastructure, commercial property and property finance.

Ms Tie holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New South Wales, Australia, a Masters of Laws from the University of Sydney, Australia, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance from Chartered Secretaries Australia (now Governance Institute of Australia).

Simon Warner
Simon Warner
BSc, MSc (Economics), Global Executive MBA
Global Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income
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Simon Warner was appointed Global Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income in March 2017.  Before this he was Head of Global Fixed Income from 2014-2017. Simon started with AMP Capital in March 2007.

Simon is responsible for the management of AMP Capital’s active fixed income strategies including macro markets, credit markets, commercial lending and protected growth. With assets under management in excess of $55 billion, the Global Fixed Income team has more than 30 investment professionals in Sydney, Chicago, Hong Kong and Wellington.

Simon was appointed to the board of AMP Capital Investors New Zealand Limited in July 2016. He is also co-chair of the AMP Capital Inclusion and Diversity Council and sponsor of AMProud, AMP's LGBTQI initiative. 

Simon began his career with JP Morgan in London, later moving to Sydney and Singapore as Chief Investment Officer for Australasia. He holds an EMBA from New York University, HEC Paris and the London School of Economics, as well as Master and Bachelor of Science degrees in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

 

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