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Craig was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director (MD) in January 2014. He has been a Director of AMP Life Limited since October 2007, a Director of The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited since March 2011 and was appointed a Director of AMP Capital Holdings Limited in January 2014.
Prior to becoming CEO, Craig was MD of AMP Financial Services from 2007–2013. Craig started with the AMP group’s United Kingdom (UK) business in 2001 before coming to Australia in 2002 to take up the role of MD, AMP Banking. He moved to the role of Director of Product Manufacturing in 2003.
Craig started his career at Lloyds TSB in the UK where he spent more than 14 years working across the business in a number of management roles. From 1998 he worked at Virgin Direct where he was MD from 1999–2001.
Craig is an executive member of the Australia Japan Business Co-operation Committee.
Stephen joined AMP Capital in 1994 and was appointed Managing Director in 2004. AMP Capital is a specialist investment manager which manages funds across a range of asset classes including equities, fixed interest, property and infrastructure. AMP Capital has offices in Australia, Bahrain, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, the UK and the USA, with a strong focus on Asia Pacific.
Bbus, MBA, CFA, F Fin
Stephen has over 25 years experience in investment management, both in Australia and in the United Kingdom. Prior to being appointed Managing Director, Stephen held a number of roles within AMP Capital, including Director of Client and Marketing for Asia Pacific and Director of AMP Asset Management for Australia and New Zealand. Before he joined AMP Capital, Stephen held a number of managerial roles at National Mutual Funds Management. Stephen is a Chartered Financial Analyst, holds a Master of Business Administration from Monash University is a Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia) and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
Gordon joined AMP in January 2014 and assumed the Chief Financial Officer role from 1 March 2014.
Gordon has considerable financial services industry experience including 13 years with the National Australia Bank Group. His career at the bank included a range of both customer facing and group support function roles domestically and overseas. Immediately prior to leaving his was the Deputy Group Chief Financial Officer. Before joining AMP he was Chief Financial Officer of the Grocon Construction Group in Australia.
Gordon is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Craig joined AMP in 1997 and was appointed to the role of Chief Information Officer on 1 January 2015. Craig is responsible for AMP’s information technology as well as the Strategic Sourcing, Workspace and Project Services teams.
Bachelor of Commerce (ANU)
Prior to his current role, Craig was IT Director for AMP’s Advice and Banking and Insurance and Superannuation business areas. During his time at AMP Craig has led the IT function for a variety of different areas of the business and has also completed a range of transformation programs including the integration of the Australia and New Zealand businesses of AXA Asia Pacific Holdings, platform consolidation projects and transformation initiatives in Australian and the UK.
Before joining AMP, Craig worked as a superannuation consultant for William M Mercer in Australia.
Paul was appointed Chief Customer Officer in April 2013 and is responsible for taking a strategic focus on AMP customers and improving their experience. Paul is also responsible for the Customer Strategy and Experience, Brand & Marketing, Customer Segments, Design, Innovation & New Ventures and AMP Self Managed Superannuation teams as well as a dedicated business transformation team. He also sits on a number of internal boards.
Paul Sainsbury has held a number of leadership positions since joining AMP in 2000, including Director, Product Manufacturing; Chief Operating Officer, AMP Financial Planning, Advice & Services; Chief Operating Officer, Product Manufacturing; Director Mature Products and Customer Service; and Operations Manager. As AMP Integration Director, from 2010-2014, Paul was responsible for AMP's merger with AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited's Australian and New Zealand.
Brian joined AMP in July 2008 as Group General Counsel. Brian was appointed as an Executive Director of AMP Superannuation Limited in October 2008 and as an Executive Director of N. M. Superannuation Proprietary Limited in March 2012.
BA, LLB (Hons), LLM (Hons), MAICD, F.ASF
Brian has over 30 years experience in the legal profession advising many of Australia's leading financial and wealth management companies. Before joining AMP, Brian was a partner with a major Australian law firm for 19 years and a member of its executive team for a number of years.
Brian is a former member of the Australian Government’s Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee (CAMAC) which was established to provide independent advice to the Australian Government on issues that arise in corporations and financial markets law and practice. Brian is also a member of the Legal Committee of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Corporations Committee of the Business Law Section of the Law Council of Australia. He is a former Chairman and National Committee member of the Australian Securitisation Forum.
Matthew joined AMP in October 2000 and has group‐wide responsibility for AMP's communication and relationships with a broad variety of stakeholders.
Matthew was previously Group General Manager, Public Affairs at Colonial Limited. Prior to this, he was General Manager, Public Affairs at Carlton & United Breweries, and General Manager, Group Public Affairs at the ANZ Banking Group. He also has worked in public affairs for the Coca‐Cola company and Lindeman's Wines and as a ministerial adviser.
Rob joined AMP in December 2010 and is responsible for AMP's advice, banking and corporate superannuation business portfolio.
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Hons)
In a career spanning more than 20 years in the financial and professional services sectors, Rob has held a number of senior strategic and leadership roles, both in Australia and the UK, including Vice President of marchFIRST in London, Associate Partner of Accenture and Principle for the multi‐channel consulting services practice at IBM.
Before joining AMP, Rob spent six years at Westpac, leading the bank's retail and business banking operations and developing and implementing business transformation strategies to increase efficiency and effectiveness, drive revenue, reduce operating expenses and deliver a better experience for customers.
Pauline Blight‐Johnston joined AMP in May 2013 and is the Group Executive of Insurance and Superannuation, responsible for AMP's risk insurance, retail superannuation, investment, pensions and platforms business portfolio.
MEc, FIAA, FASSA, ANZIIF (Fellow) CIP, FFin, GAICD.
During a career which includes more than 20 years of financial services industry experience, Pauline has held a number of senior executive posts in life insurance, both in Australia and overseas. Prior to joining AMP, Pauline was Managing Director of RGA Reinsurance Company of Australia and before that, Chief Financial Officer and Appointed Actuary for Asteron Life. Pauline has also held executive roles with Tillinghast (consulting actuary) and Morgan Stanley (investment banker).
Wendy joined AMP during the merger with the Australian and New Zealand businesses of AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited and is responsible for all contact centres, product administration operations including underwriting and claims, and customer and adviser support services. She is also Director of the AMP Melbourne office.
B.Bus (Accounting), BA (French), Grad Dip, Applied Finance & Investment, AMP 172 (Harvard)
Wendy was previously Director, Operations for AMP Financial Services and Chief Operations Officer of AXA Australia having re‐joined AXA in January 2008 after a period as General Manager, Institutional Technology at ANZ Bank in 2007 and 2008. Prior to her time at ANZ Bank, Wendy held a number of senior roles at AXA in the business services and information systems areas, including the role of Chief Information Officer from 2003 to 2007. Before joining National Mutual/AXA in 2000 Wendy was Manager, Information Systems at ANA, now known as Australian Unity.
Fiona joined AMP in August 2008 and has responsibility for AMP's people and culture.
BA (Hons in Psychology), University of Melbourne
Fiona joined AMP from ANZ Bank where, as head of Leadership and Talent, she was responsible for recruitment strategy, talent management, succession planning and senior executive development. Prior to joining ANZ, Fiona worked in the Australian banking operations at National Australia Bank, where her roles included heading up the bank's unsecured lending and credit card businesses and leading the Australian Human Resources function.
Her background also includes executive human resources experience in the resources and telecommunications sectors, including Cable and Wireless' cable TV start‐up Optus Vision and BHP.