Bryan Hynes, AMP Capital's managing director of shopping centres, is stepping down

Bryan Hynes, AMP Capital's managing director of shopping centres, is stepping down
Bryan Hynes, AMP Capital's managing director of shopping centres, is stepping down

AMP Capital's managing director of shopping centres Bryan Hynes is stepping down after just over nine years in the role.

In his time in the top job Hynes has grown AMP Capital's shopping centres portfolio from $4 billion to $10 billion.

The portfolio now has 27 centres throughout Australia and New Zealand which generates more than $7.9 billion in annual sale.

Hynes had spent 18 years at AMP Capital, holding senior roles including Warringah Mall general manager and head of retail asset management.

As of January 1 2017 AMP Capital's head of shopping centre development Mark Kirkland will take over the role.

AMP Capital's global head of real estate Carmel Hourigan said that Marks skill set will help the company target their next phase of growth.

“With 27 years of major project experience in the property sector, 24 years of which have been focused on retail, Mark brings an impressive skill set to take our Shopping Centres business to the next phase of growth. 

“Mark has been instrumental in the successful delivery of Pacific Fair and Macquarie Centre and has contributed heavily to the efforts we have undertaken to maximise the value of the existing portfolio and enhance performance for our investors.

“Now that AMP Capital has delivered these successful developments on the east coast and will be turning our attention to developments in Western Australia, it is the right time to refocus the business under new leadership and I am pleased we have such a strong internal candidate in Mark. 

She also acknowledged Bryan's contribution over the last nine years.

“I would like to acknowledge Bryan’s significant contribution to our business, most recently leading the team in the delivery of award-winning developments at Pacific Fair and Macquarie Shopping Centres. 

"I would like to thank Bryan for the legacy he has created and his efforts in ensuring AMP Capital is best positioned to capitalise on opportunities within the real estate market.”

  

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