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AMP Capital appoints new managing director

AMP Capital has announced the appointment of Adam Tindall as its new managing director, following the impending retirement of Stephen Dunne.

Mr Tindall is currently AMP Capital’s director and chief investment officer of property, and brings 28 years of experience in the property industry to the role. Prior to joining AMP Capital, Mr Tindall previously held senior positions at Macquarie Capital and Lend Lease.

AMP Capital chief executive Craig Meller said Mr Tindall is a talented leader who has played an integral role in developing the strategy of the diversified investment manager, 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,” he said

Mr Tindall will commence his new role in October.

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