05 May 2021 – Please be aware of scammers falsely representing AMP Capital. AMP Capital is aware of an ongoing scam operation targeting customers and the broader community, offering inflated interest returns available through fictitious investment vehicles titled the Capital Protected Fixed Income Government Fund and the Woolworths Group Fixed Rate Bonds. Through the use of phishing emails, malicious operators are sending falsified e-brochures to people in an effort to entice them to invest in a false product that features AMP Capital’s branding. Please be aware this is a not a legitimate product from AMP Capital.

AMP Capital does not approach potential customers via electronic direct mail (EDM) nor does the company solicit personal or financial information via email. 
If you are concerned that you may have been targeted by scammers, please contact us on 1800 658 404 from 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday (Sydney time).
More information on scams can also be found on the ACCC’s website Scamwatch.

Capital Edition


Welcome to the latest issue of Capital Edition, our monthly publication designed to spotlight AMP Capital’s investments, people and ideas

Feature story

The impacts of energy transition on infrastructure

Energy transition as a long-term trend is set to impact the heart of infrastructure. Our team share their thoughts on how the change is playing out.

This issue also features:

  • Real estate in the 2020s: Our relationship with space was fundamentally impacted last year. What are the lessons for the road ahead? Head of real estate, Kylie O’Connor, shares her views.
  • What’s happening in the bonds market?: As tends to be the case with headline market events, it’s important to view them in context and with due credit to history. The bonds market in 2021 is no exception, as our chief economist, Shane Oliver, explains.

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