AMP Limited today announced that Adam Tindall will assume the role of Managing Director AMP Capital, the diversified investment manager, following Stephen Dunne’s upcoming retirement.
Adam Tindall is currently AMP Capital’s Director and Chief Investment Officer, Property.
AMP Chief Executive Officer Craig Meller welcomed Mr Tindall’s appointment: “Adam is a talented leader who’s played an integral role in developing AMP Capital’s strategy and has led the delivery of key projects over the last six years.
“Adam will continue the focus on driving AMP Capital’s international and domestic growth and outstanding investment performance."
Mr Tindall will start in his new role in October 2015 after a period of transition alongside Mr Dunne.
AMP Capital is a specialist investment manager that manages over $160 billion across a range of asset classes including equities, fixed interest, property and infrastructure. It is also responsible for AMP’s investment management, investment performance and Asian expansion.
Adam Tindall biography
Adam has 28 years of extensive experience in the property industry most recently in the role of Director and Chief Investment Officer, Property at AMP Capital.
He joined AMP Capital Property in 2009 from Macquarie Capital where he was Executive Director, Property and Infrastructure, responsible for leading a number of major transactions for clients. Prior to this, Adam spent 17 years with Lend Lease, ultimately working in various business leadership roles including Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific for Bovis Lend Lease.
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