AMP Capital appoints Adam Tindall as MD

AMP Capital appoints Adam Tindall as MD
AMP Capital appoints Adam Tindall as MD

The financial services group AMP has appointed Adam Tindall to succeed Stephen Dunne as managing director of its AMP Capital division.

Adam Tindall will assume the role following Stephen Dunne’s upcoming retirement.

Adam Tindall is currently AMP Capital’s chief investment officer, property. 

He will start in his new role in October 2015 after a period of transition alongside Stephen 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.  

Adam has 28 years of experience in the property industry, joining AMP Capital Property in 2009 from Macquarie Capital.

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 Lendlease.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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