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Board committees

The AMP Limited Board has established four permanent committees to assist the board in the execution of its responsibilities. The permanent committees are the Audit, Risk, Remuneration and Nomination Committees. From time to time the board may also establish other ad hoc committees. The board’s committees focus on different areas, considering issues, making recommendations and taking action as necessary.

Audit Committee

Responsible for:

  • overseeing the integrity of the financial statements
  • reviewing the effectiveness of AMP’s risk management framework
  • endorsing the appointment of the Director, Internal Audit and the external auditor
  • monitoring the performance, adequacy and independence of the external and internal audit functions

View the Audit Committee charter

Andrea Slattery
Chair
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member
Debra Hazelton
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Chair

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Debra Hazelton
Committee member

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
John O'Sullivan
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O'Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Michael Sammells
Committee member

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Andrea Slattery
Chair
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Chair

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Debra Hazelton
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Debra Hazelton
Committee member

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
John O'Sullivan
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O'Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Michael Sammells
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Committee member

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Nomination Committee

Responsible for:

  • reviewing the composition of the board and the boards of the main subsidiaries
  • overseeing succession planning for the board and the boards of the main subsidiaries
  • planning board, committee and director performance review planning

View the Nomination Committee charter

Debra Hazelton
Chair
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
Debra Hazelton
Chair

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O’Sullivan
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Committee member
John O’Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Michael Sammells
Committee member

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Andrea Slattery
Committee member

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Debra Hazelton
Chair
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member
Debra Hazelton
Chair

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O’Sullivan
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Committee member
John O’Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Michael Sammells
Committee member

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Andrea Slattery
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Committee member

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Remuneration Committee

Responsible for:

  • reviewing and endorsing the remuneration arrangements for certain executives and non-executive directors
  • monitoring the effectiveness of AMP’s strategies for executive succession, talent management and diversity
  • endorsing AMP’s remuneration policy
  • reviewing or approving matters relating to AMP’s key incentive plans

View the Remuneration Committee charter

Michael Sammells
Chair
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member
Debra Hazelton
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Chair

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Debra Hazelton
Committee member

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
John O'Sullivan
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O'Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Andrea Slattery
Committee member

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Michael Sammells
Chair
Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Chair

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Rahoul Chowdry
Committee member

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Debra Hazelton
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Debra Hazelton
Committee member

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
John O'Sullivan
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O'Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Andrea Slattery
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Committee member

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Risk Committee

Responsible for:

  • overseeing the implementation and operation of AMP’s enterprise risk management framework
  • monitoring and reviewing AMP’s  risk culture
  • approving material risk management and compliance policies
  • endorsing AMP’s risk management strategy and risk appetite statement
  • endorsing the appointment of the chief risk officer

View the Risk Committee charter

Rahoul Chowdry
Chair
Debra Hazelton
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
Rahoul Chowdry
Chair

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Debra Hazelton
Committee member

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O'Sullivan
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Committee member
John O'Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Michael Sammells
Committee member

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Andrea Slattery
Committee member

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)
Rahoul Chowdry
Chair
Debra Hazelton
Committee member
Rahoul Chowdry
Chair

BCom, FCA

Rahoul was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in January 2020. He is a member of the Remuneration, Nomination, Audit and Risk Committees and was appointed as Chairman of the Risk Committee in May 2020. At the same time, he was appointed to the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit Committee and the Chairman of the Risk Committee.

Experience

Rahoul has over 40 years’ experience in professional services, advising complex multinational organisations in Australia and overseas.

He is currently Partner and National Leader of Minter Ellison Consulting’s financial services practice in Australia. Prior to this, Rahoul was a Senior Partner at PwC for almost 30 years, where he undertook a number of leadership roles, delivering audit, assurance, and risk consulting services to major financial institutions in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Member, Reserve Bank of Australia, Audit Committee (appointed February 2018)
Debra Hazelton
Committee member

BA (Hons), MCom, GAICD

Debra was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in June 2019 and as the Chair in August 2020. She is also the Chair of the Nomination Committee and is a member of the Remuneration, Audit and Risk Committees.

Debra is the Chair of the AMP Bank Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

In addition, Debra was appointed to the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board in June 2018.

Experience

Debra brings significant experience from more than 30 years in global financial services, including as the local Chief Executive of Mizuho Bank in Australia and Commonwealth Bank (CBA) in Japan. She has expertise across global corporate culture transformation, institutional banking, risk management, treasury, financial markets and human resource management.

Debra is also a non-executive director on the boards of Treasury Corporation of Victoria, Persol Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Singapore) and the Australia-Japan Foundation. Her previous board experience includes Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA), Asia Society and Women in Banking and Finance. She has graduate and post-graduate degrees in Japanese language, literature and philosophy as well as economics and finance.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Director, Treasury Corporation of Victoria (appointed August 2018)
  • Director, Australia-Japan Foundation (appointed October 2015)
  • Executive Member, Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee (AJBCC) (appointed October 2020)
  • Member, Australian Chamber Orchestra - Japan Advisory Committee (appointed May 2019)
  • Adviser, Japan Women’s Innovation Network (appointed December 2020)
  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (appointed January 2020)
Mike Hirst
Committee member
Kate McKenzie
Committee member
Mike Hirst
Committee member

BCom

Mike was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in July 2021 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Mike was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Mike has more than 40 years of experience in board and senior executive leadership roles within retail banking, treasury, funds management and financial markets.

He was the Managing Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank from 2009 to 2018 and prior to this worked in senior executive and management positions with Colonial Limited, Westpac Banking Corporation and Chase AMP Bank.

Mike served as Deputy Chairman of the Treasury Corporation of Victoria and previously held non-executive directorships with Austraclear Limited, Colonial First State, Rural Bank and Barwon Health Limited.

He was a Commissioner on the Federal Government’s National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board, a member of the Federal Government’s Financial Sector Advisory Council and was Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Non-executive director of AMCIL Limited (appointed January 2019)
  • Non-executive director of Butn (appointed 14 September 2020)

Directorships of other companies:

  • Non-executive director of GMHBA Limited (appointed July 2018)

Government and community involvement

  • Deputy Chairman of Racing Victoria (appointed October 2016)
  • Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (appointed 15 April 2003)
  • Senior Fellow of FINSIA (appointed 4 September 2003)
  • Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia (appointed July 2018)
Kate McKenzie
Committee member

BA, LLB

Kate was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in November 2020 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, Kate was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

Kate has more than 25 years of experience in other board and senior executive leadership roles.

She is currently non-executive director of NBN Co., Stockland Corporation Limited and Healius Ltd has previously served on the boards of Allianz Australia, Foxtel, Telstra Ventures, Sydney Water and Workcover. Kate was the Chief Executive Officer of Chorus, the New Zealand telecommunication group, listed on the ASX and NZX, from February 2017 to December 2019, and held several executive roles at Telstra, including as Chief Operating Officer, prior to this.

Kate has a track record for leading change and managing diverse stakeholders across government, communities, investors, and employees. She has earned a reputation for integrity, great judgement and building collaborative and effective teams.    

Directorships of other ASX listed companies:

  • Stockland Corporation Limited (appointed December 2019)
  • Allianz Australia (January 2021 - June 2020)
  • Healius Ltd (appointed 25 February 2021)

Government and community involvement 

  • Member, Chief Executive Women (CEW) Australia (January 2006)
John O'Sullivan
Committee member
Michael Sammells
Committee member
John O'Sullivan
Committee member

BA, LLB, LLM

John was appointed to the AMP Limited Board in June 2018. He was appointed a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees in January 2019.

In February 2019, John was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and as a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Experience

John has over 40 years’ experience in the legal and financial services sectors in Australia. He started his career at Freehill Hollingdale & Page (Herbert Smith Freehills), later becoming a partner at the firm where he was recognised as one of Australia’s leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions lawyers.

From 2003 to 2008, John was General Counsel of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia before spending ten years at Credit Suisse Australia where he was Executive Chairman, Investment Banking and Capital Markets, Australia until February 2018. John is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Sydney and a Master of Laws from the University of London.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: None

Government and community involvement

  • Ambassador of the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (appointed 2008)
  • Director of the WestConnex entities (appointed May 2018)
  • Director of Serendipity Capital Holding Limited (appointed April 2020)
Michael Sammells
Committee member

BBus, FCPA, GAICD

Michael was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a non-executive director in March 2020. He is the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit, Nomination and Risk Committees. In March 2020, Michael was also appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committees.

Michael is also the Chairman of the AMP Capital Holdings Limited Board.

Experience

Michael has over 35 years of professional experience, with significant experience in senior executive financial and commercial roles.  His experience as Chief Financial Officer spans over 20 years from 1999 to 2019, where he held this role in government, private and ASX listed companies.

Michael is also a non-executive director of Sigma Healthcare Limited and has served on numerous private boards for the last 12 years.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed February 2020)

Andrea Slattery
Committee member
Andrea Slattery
Committee member

BAcc, MComm, FCPA, CA, FSSA, FAICD

Andrea was appointed to the AMP Limited Board as a independent, non-executive director in February 2019 and is a member of the Audit, Nomination, Risk and Remuneration Committees. At the same time, she was appointed to the AMP Bank Limited Board and its Audit and Risk Committees. She was appointed Chairman of the AMP and AMP Bank Audit Committees in May 2019.

Experience

Andrea has substantial experience as a non-executive director and senior executive in financial services, retirement and superannuation, government relations, infrastructure, professional services, academia and innovation, spanning more than 28 years. 

Andrea was the managing director and CEO of the SMSF Association for 14 years from 2003 to 2017, which she co-founded. Prior to this, Andrea worked at the University of South Australia and was a financial adviser, having founded her own consulting and advisory business.

Her previous Government Advisory Committee appointments include, the Federal Government’s Innovation Investment Partnership, Stronger Super Peak Consultative Group, Superannuation Advisory Group, the Future of Financial Advice, the Shadow Ministry’s Infrastructure and Innovation and Superannuation and Industry Partnerships.

Directorships of other ASX listed companies: Argo Global Listed Infrastructure (appointed April 2015)

Government and Community Involvement:

  • Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (appointed February 2018)
  • Deputy Chairman of Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (appointed July 2019)