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Spirit of the rules? Why AMP can sell its assets at bargain prices
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Spirit of the rules? Why AMP can sell its assets at bargain prices

Shareholders are pleading the ASX to intervene and make the company let them vote on the controversial sale of its life insurance arm.

  • by Elizabeth Knight

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ASX should cover its ears to AMP's noisy agitators
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ASX should cover its ears to AMP's noisy agitators

The ASX should reject pleas by some AMP shareholders to convene meeting to vote on the $3.3 billion sale of its insurance businesses.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
ASX to look at fund managers' claims on AMP life insurance sale
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ASX to look at fund managers' claims on AMP life insurance sale

Fund manager say AMP owes it to shareholders to have the proposed sale of it life insurance arm reviewed

  • by John Collett
AMP's shares jump on disclosure, takeover chatter
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AMP's shares jump on disclosure, takeover chatter

A deal announcement late last week saw AMP's share price fall as much as 30 per cent, prompting speculation that the company could be a takeover target.

  • by Sarah Danckert
AMP fights back as agitator investor ranks swell
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AMP fights back as agitator investor ranks swell

AMP is again in crisis as a growing number of its investors join a revolt against company over its plans to sell parts of its life insurance business.

  • by Sarah Danckert
Whiff of panic as AMP responds to deal critics
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Whiff of panic as AMP responds to deal critics

AMP has made its second presentation within a week on its $3.4 billion deal to sell its legacy businesses after a shareholder called for a board spill.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
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'I paid up': AMP's UK buyer says he spent months haggling over price
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'I paid up': AMP's UK buyer says he spent months haggling over price

Clive Cowdrey, whose Resolution Life is buying AMP's life insurance arm for $3.3 billion, has insisted he "paid up" up for the business.

  • by Clancy Yeates
'The bloodbath continues': Australian market has shed $163bn in October
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'The bloodbath continues': Australian market has shed $163bn in October

Experts are unsure whether we have seen the worst of the recent global sell-off.

  • by William McInnes & Jennifer Duke
The 'zombie hunter' taking AMP's businesses off its hands
AMP

The 'zombie hunter' taking AMP's businesses off its hands

A noted ''zombie hunter,'' the UK's Resolution Group, is to acquire AMP's legacy insurance businesses for $3.3 billion in a complicated set of transactions.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Investors savage AMP in $2.4 billion wipeout
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Investors savage AMP in $2.4 billion wipeout

Investors have wiped out almost a quarter of AMP's market value after it agreed to sell its life insurance arm and revealed poor performance in wealth management.

  • by Clancy Yeates
How one doctor's dream funnelled $1.3 trillion away from tobacco companies
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How one doctor's dream funnelled $1.3 trillion away from tobacco companies

For the first time Australians will be able to easily see whether their hard-earned money is flowing to tobacco companies.

  • by Esther Han