Culture & Diversity

Our commitment

At AMP Capital, we are committed to building a culture that is entirely inclusive of different people, approaches and ideas. Seeking to deliver the best outcomes for our clients requires us to think and act differently, so we encourage a culture that fully supports this.

Fostering diversity and inclusion empowers our global workforce to be more innovative, more agile, make better decisions and better connect with our clients. We’re embracing a business model where diversity of thinking thrives – creating inclusive leadership opportunities, recruiting a wide range of people, supporting flexible working arrangements, and embedding diversity and inclusion into our performance and reward approach.

Career development

The diversity of our people is at the heart of our success. We provide a range of development programs and experiences to support people to be their best. We encourage leaders at AMP Capital to create an inclusive culture where different views and perspectives can be fully harnessed and people can bring their whole selves to work.


In 2016, AMP Limited was named an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

30% Club

AMP has made a commitment to the 30% Club Australia, which has the primary objective of campaigning for 30% women on ASX 200 boards by the end 2018. As a result, we’ve made strong progress in increasing the number of women in our most senior roles. In 2017, Ming Long was appointed to the board of AMP Capital Funds Management and was subsequently appointed as chair in 2018. We have also signed the Club’s Investor Statement of Intent committing us to engaging with the companies in which we invest on the issue of board diversity.


Gender equality 

To understand and support our customers and the wider community, we are leveraging the strengths and skills of each and every one of our people. 

Gender equality is at the forefront of our inclusion and diversity work, and we have made strong progress in increasing the number of women in AMP Capital's most senior roles as a result. In 2017, Ming Long was appointed to the board of AMP Capital Funds Management and was subsequently appointed as chair in 2018.

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