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AMP Bank's securitisation

AMP Bank established its Progress Trust securitisation program in 1997. As of 31 December 2016, AMP Bank has securitised approximately $17 billion in residential mortgage backed securities. Progress Trust is a regular issuer in the domestic and offshore securitisation markets.

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All enquiries should be directed to:

 

Gwenneth O'Shea
Head of Securitisation
Phone 61 2 9257 5823
Email gwenneth_oshea@amp.com.au

Basel III Pillar 3 capital disclosures

Capital instruments

AMP Bank Limited is required under APRA Prudential Standard APS 330 Public Disclosure (APS 330 Attachment B) to disclose certain features of its Regulatory Capital instruments.

The following pages provide details of AMP Bank Limited's ordinary shares and Tier 2 Capital instruments that are included in Regulatory Capital:

Basel III Pillar 3 remuneration disclosures

AMP Bank Limited is required under APRA Prudential Standard APS 330 Public Disclosure (Attachment E) to disclose annually the remuneration of its senior managers and material risk-takers.

AMP Bank has adopted the Banking Code of Practice.