AMP Wealth addresses flexi work wish

Brent Melville
Wed, 10 Jun 2020

AMP Wealth Management will exit its offices in both Auckland and Wellington, but has quietly taken the 'for sale' sign off its New Zealand business. The wealth manager, which has about $6 billion in funds under its KiwiSaver schemes and the same again across its corporate super and retail products, walked away from the sale of its wealth and Advice First business last month, recommitting to growing its localised business. It employs more than 400 plus staff through its Auckland, Wellington and regional offices. Chief executive Blair Ve...

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