|Bid||1.8700 x 0|
|Ask||1.5650 x 0|
|Day's Range||1.6850 - 1.7100|
|52 Week Range||1.5700 - 3.3500|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.11|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 12, 2019 - Aug 16, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.14 (8.36%)|
|1y Target Est||2.60|
Every investor in AMP Limited (ASX:AMP) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Insiders often own a...
Australia's corporate regulator said on Wednesday it has been conducting long-term on-site monitoring at the offices of major banks and wealth manager AMP Ltd since October, after a probe into the sector revealed wide-ranging misconduct. The country last year granted the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) powers to place supervisors inside firms after a broad inquiry into the sector exposed systemic wrongdoing by some of the Australia's top financial institutions. ASIC said its staff have been conducting on-site reviews for 164 out of 222 working days since October 2018.
Australia's investment regulator said on Wednesday its staff have been on-site at the offices of Australia's major banks and wealth manager AMP Ltd since October last year to monitor firms after a probe into the sector. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) said its staff have been conducting on-site reviews for 164 out of 222 working days since October 2018. The country granted ASIC powers to place supervisors inside firms last year after a broad inquiry into the sector exposed systemic wrongdoing by some of the Australia's top financial institutions.
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Australia's most prominent retail shareholder group said on Wednesday it will vote against AMP Ltd's executive pay proposals for a second straight year, adding to pressure on the board of the country's largest listed wealth manager. Under Australian corporate rules, if more than a quarter of shareholders vote against pay proposals two years running, they can call for the board to be removed. AMP investors last year voted overwhelmingly against its executive pay plans in the wake of damaging revelations of board-level misconduct, setting the firm up for a possible board shake-up if a significant protest vote is repeated this year.
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Australia's AMP Ltd (AMP.AX) on Wednesday said it will not pay short-term bonuses to most executives, a move that could help it avoid possible board removal should investors vote against its remuneration practices for the second consecutive year. The country's largest listed wealth manager has been embroiled in accusations of deception at a government-mandated inquiry into misconduct in the financial sector. The business subsequently lost its chairman and chief executive officer and haemorrhaged billions of dollars in funds.
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A Chinese contractor for Australian financial planner AMP Ltd was charged with stealing the confidential data of 20 of its customers, police and the company said on Thursday. The man, named by authorities as Yi Zheng, 28, pleaded guilty to the offence in a Sydney court on Thursday, the Australian Associated Press reported.
Australian bank shares surged the most in a decade on Tuesday after a long-awaited report on finance-sector misconduct recommended dozens of rule changes but spared the "Big Four" lenders any serious threat to their market dominance. In a report released by the government on Monday, the retired judge who led a public inquiry into financial-sector misconduct last year, referred 24 cases to regulators for possible prosecution. "It is possible that the banks may face criminal proceedings but we do not believe that any of the 76 recommendations by themselves will have a material financial impact," UBS analysts said in a research note.