Annual Performance Test
The Annual Performance Test (APT) was introduced in July 2021 to assess the long-term investment performance of MySuper products. From 1 July 2023, the APT was expanded to apply to Trustee-Directed Products (TDPs), being multi-asset investment options in the accumulation phase of superannuation and managed by the Trustee or a connected entity (related party).
The test is conducted by APRA and investment options that don’t meet the benchmark, as set out by the regulations, are classed as underperforming.
APRA has notified NM Superannuation Pty Ltd (as Trustee) of the AMP Super Fund and Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund of the APT results for 2023.
- AMP Super Fund – all MySuper and Choice TDPs on SignatureSuper that were subject to the test have passed.
- Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund – To view the TDP investment options that were subject to the test and failed, click here.
Summary of Retirement Income Strategy
The AMP Retirement Income Strategy (the Strategy) is comprised of the Retirement Income Strategies for the AMP Super Fund and Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund. The Strategy is issued by N.M. Superannuation Pty Ltd as trustee (the Trustee).
The Strategy aims to increase comfort and confidence for Australian retirees. Our strategic ambition is to be the leading provider of retirement solutions in Australia, and to support retirees with a broad range of guidance, support and advice to empower them to enjoy their best possible retirement. This aligns to the Trustee’s vision to operate with autonomy and objectivity in providing the best possible retirement outcomes for members.
This Strategy applies to all AMP superannuation members approaching and in retirement, and more broadly to all Australians who wish to experience a more comfortable and confident retirement by joining AMP.
Member annual outcomes assessments
As trustee of the AMP Super Fund and Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Funds, every year we’re required to assess the performance of the super and retirement products we oversee, to make sure they continue to promote members’ financial interests.
Our product determination is what we produce, to show the results of our assessment and must be provided for each superannuation product offered. (Note: effective from 1 October 2021 the Super Directions Fund was renamed to the AMP Super Fund.)
To view the product determinations for the AMP Super Fund – click here
To view the product determinations for the Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund (including North products) – click here
If you’d like more information about the member outcomes assessments or would like to speak to someone about your super or retirement, please contact AMP on 131 267, the North Service Centre on 1800 667 841, the PortfolioCare Service Centre on 1800 646 234, or the WealthView Service Centre on 1800 006 230.
To link to Annual Members Meeting (AMM) information - click here.
AMP Superannuation Limited ABN 31 008 414 104 is an RSE Licensee.
NM Superannuation Proprietary Limited ABN 31 008 428 322 is the trustee of the following RSEs:
- Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund (Wealth)
- AMP Super Fund (ASF)
AMP Superannuation Limited and NM Superannuation Proprietary Limited, as a trustee, are responsible for:
- all aspects of the operation of the RSEs
- ensuring the RSEs are properly administered in accordance with their trust deeds
- ensuring the RSEs comply with relevant legislation.
AMP Superannuation Limited and NM Superannuation Proprietary Limited are in compliance with The Financial Services Council Standard 20.
The executive officers of the trustees are the board of directors of the trustees as well as Sharon Suan, Superannuation Trustee Executive, Superannuation Trustee Office.
Acting Superannuation Trustee Executive, Superannuation Trustee Office
Executive Officer since October 2023
Miriam Herold joined AMP as the Head of Member Investment Outcomes and Advice for the Superannuation Trustee Office in May 2020. Miriam is currently a member of the leadership team in the Superannuation Trustee Office for Product and Insurance with responsibility for oversight of the product and insurance arrangements of AMP’s superannuation funds.
Miriam is an experienced financial services executive with over 20 years’ experience across investment research, portfolio construction and governance roles in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Prior to joining AMP, Miriam has held various roles at IOOF, Pengana Capital, J.P. Morgan, Dresdner Kleinwort and Henderson Global Investors.
Miriam is currently a member of the Diversity Committee for the CFA Society Sydney and a member of the Women in Super NSW Committee.
Director, Superannuation and Retirement
Executive Officer since March 2023
Ilaine was appointed into the role of Director, Superannuation and Retirement within AMP Australia in June 2021. Prior to this, Ilaine was the Managing Director of Workplace Superannuation in AMP.
Ilaine has extensive experience in professional services and wealth management industries, leading client facing teams and marketing functions in Australia and the UK. Ilaine is an experienced senior executive known for building best-practice customer-centric businesses delivering exceptional outcomes for customers and members.
Ilaine is MBA Qualified, is a graduate of Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Board Member for “Financial Executive Women”.
Chief Risk Officer, Wealth
Executive Officer since October 2020
Julia was appointed to the role of Chief Risk Officer (CRO), Superannuation, Retirement & Platforms in September 2020. As CRO for Superannuation, Retirement & Platforms, Julia has responsibility for the risk oversight of the wealth products business at AMP and is the risk partner to the Trustees.
Prior to joining AMP, Julia held executive risk and legal roles at other major RSE (superannuation) licensees, including MLC Limited (which was part of National Australia Bank). She has 25 years experience in the superannuation and funds management industry in Australia.
Julia has degrees in Law and Arts, and an Executive MA, from Melbourne University.
Group Executive, Platforms
Executive Officer since June 2021
Edwina was appointed as the Director for Platforms at AMP in June 2021 following over 20 years’ experience in asset and wealth management industries. Her previous roles included Global Head of Product for AMP Capital and various leadership roles at Perpetual Limited and Accenture.
Edwina has over 20 years’ experience building and leading high performing global teams across a range of functions including product, business development, sales, strategy and business transformation change programs.
Edwina holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology and was admitted as a Lawyer to the QLD Supreme Court in 1999. She also has a Graduate Diploma In Applied Finance and Investment (FINSIA).
Acting Chief Investment Officer
Executive Officer since September 2023
Stuart Eliot joined AMP in April 2022 as the Head of Portfolio Management for AMP Investments.
Stuart brings more than 30 years of diverse financial markets experience to AMP from his previous roles including 12 years with Pendal Group as Senior Portfolio Manager, Multi-Asset Investments and Portfolio Manager, Diversified Funds.
Stuart’s experience extends across strategic and dynamic asset allocation, portfolio management and investment research, including a strong focus on responsible investing.
Prior to joining AMP, Stuart held senior investment banking, trading and quantitative research roles encompassing multiple asset classes at several leading investment banks.
Superannuation Trustee Executive, Superannuation Trustee Office
Executive Officer ceased October 2023
Sharon was appointed to the role of Superannuation Trustee Executive, Superannuation Trustee Office in December 2019 after acting in this position since June 2019. Prior to this time, Sharon was Head of Investment and Insurance Regulatory Governance for over 2 years. The Superannuation Trustee Office is responsible for assisting the trustees of AMP’s superannuation funds to operate in compliance with their regulatory, fiduciary and licensing obligations.
Prior to joining AMP in 2012, Sharon was at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) for over 13 years where she worked on retail payments regulatory projects, supervised performance and risk reporting of the RBA’s foreign and domestic asset portfolios, and monitored compliance with the RBA’s portfolio and risk management framework. Her last role prior to joining AMP was as Head of the Victorian Office (Economic Group), managing the local operations and liaison program with major businesses, industry organisations, and government agencies.
Sharon holds a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from the University of Western Australia, and is a CFA Charterholder.
Chief Investment Officer
Executive Officer ceased September 2023
Anna joined AMP in July 2021 as the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) for AWMI.
Anna has over 22 years of experience with an extensive background in investment management, investment advice, business and product strategy and development.
Anna came to AMP from Equipsuper and Catholic Super Fund managing $30bn worth of funds as the CIO. Anna also held senior roles at Perpetual Investments and MLC responsible for product strategy, new product development, investment management, new initiatives and performance improvements.
Anna has a Science degree, an Arts degree and a graduate diploma from the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Australian Wealth Management
Executive Officer ceased July 2023
Scott was appointed CEO of Australia Wealth Management in January 2021, responsible for AMP’s wealth management division with a focus on delivering leading customer outcomes to drive the long-term growth of the business.
Scott Hartley has more than 25 years’ experience in executive management roles including over 20 years in the wealth management industry.
Most recently, Mr Hartley was the CEO of Sunsuper. Under his leadership from 2014 to 2019, Sunsuper grew to become the fourth largest by number of clients and the fastest growing “Top 10” superannuation and retirement business. Strong organic growth of the business was also supplemented by two successful mergers with Kinetic Super (A$4 billion and 250,000 members) and Austsafe Super (A$2.7 billion and 100,000 members).
Prior to Sunsuper, Mr Hartley was the Executive General Manager of Corporate and Institutional Wealth at NAB Wealth from 2009 to 2013, including leading subsidiaries Plum Financial Services and Jana Investment Advisors.
Mr Hartley holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Queensland University of Technology.
Director, Superannuation and Retirement
Executive Officer ceased March 2023
Jason Sommer joined AMP as the Director of Investments and Transformation in the Australian Wealth Management business in June 2021.
Jason is an experienced professional with over 20 years' experience in investments, transformation projects and as Chief Financial Officer for corporate and investment management organisations.
Prior to joining AMP, Jason was the Chief Financial Officer at SunSuper and member of the Executive team. His experienced leadership spans across product, projects, investment operations, technical services, strategy and government affairs teams with a focus on efficiency, performance and operational accountability. Jason also held roles with NAB Wealth and Plum Financial Services in client management roles.
Trustee Boards and Directors
Information on the composition of the Trustee Boards and details of Directors can be found here
Trustee documents and downloads
NM Super policies and disclosure documents
The purpose of this Conflicts Management Policy (Policy) is to document the policy, controls and pro cesses that NM Super has in place to identify, record and manage conflicts of interest and conflicts of duty (each a Conflict). NM Super is responsible for managing each RSE for the benefit of the members of each RSE, in accordance with the relevant trust deeds, laws, regulations and licence conditions.
- NM Super register of relevant duties and relevant interests
- NM Super financial report 31 December 2022
- NM Super Remuneration Disclosures 2022
- NM Super board meeting attendance record
- NM Super constitution
- NM Super nomination, appointment and removal of directors and governance policy
- NM Super outsourced service providers
Diversity - The NM Super Board has a gender diversity target of 40% women, 40% men and 20% either men or women, having regard to the current size of the board and tenure of the incumbent directors, given the benefit of continuity of experience.
As at 30 June 2021, the NM Super Board’s progress towards the gender diversity target is 43% women and 57% men.
Remuneration - refer to ASL policies and disclosure documents for ASL and NM Super’s non-executive directors’ remuneration.
Voting - The Proxy Voting Policy applies to NM Super.
AMP Super Fund (ASF)
Note: effective 1 October 2021 Super Directions Fund (SDF) was renamed to AMP Super Fund)
- ASF annual report 2023
- ASF register of significant event notices
- ASF trust deed
- ASF Proxy Voting Summary
Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund (Wealth)
- Wealth annual report 2022
- Wealth register of significant event notices
- Wealth trust deed
- Wealth Proxy Voting Summary
For links to the Product Disclosures and Financial Services guide please go to the following link.
NM Super closed products
From time to time a trustee will close a product. This means the product is no longer open to new members although existing members can continue to make contributions and withdrawals.
Once a product is closed to new members, the trustee will continue to notify all members of any changes to the product's features and benefits that may affect them. However, the trustee is no longer required to update the product's product disclosure statement (PDS) and any associated material, such as fact sheets.
The most recent copy of the PDS for all closed NM Super products for which a PDS has been issued is provided for your information. The information in the PDS was only current to the date on the front of the document. For information about the product after the issue date of PDS, please visit the product web page at the following sites: ASF and Wealth products: www.amp.com.au/superannuation, or emailing email@example.com
Closed products with PDSs issued by NM Super
The AMP Group merged with AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited (now called AMP AAPH Limited) on 30 March 2011. At the time of the merger, NM Super was a subsidiary of AXA Asia Pacific Holdings Limited. NM Super is now a member of the AMP Group. Some of the PDSs below were issued by NM Super prior to the merger and do not feature current AMP Group branding.
Closed products with PDSs issued by another trustee
NM Super is now the trustee for some funds previously managed by another trustee. Some of the products in these funds are closed and the most recent PDS was issued by the previous trustee. The PDSs for these products are shown below. Some of the PDSs below were issued prior to the transfer of trustees and do not feature current AMP Group branding. NM Super makes no warranty as to the accuracy of the information they contain.
|RSE||Most recently issued PDS and associated material for the closed product||Issued by|
Synergy Capital Management Limited
|Synergy||Synergy Capital Management Limited|
Synergy Capital Management Limited
Synergy Capital Management Limited
|ASF (was SDF)|
AMP Superannuation Limited
|ASF (was SDF)|
AMP Superannuation Limited
For any queries regarding these documents, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASL policies and disclosure documents
- ASL financial report 31 December 2022
- ASL Remuneration Disclosures 2022
- ASL board meeting attendance record
- ASL constitution
- ASL nomination, appointment and removal of directors and governance policy
Diversity - The ASL Board has a gender diversity target of 40% women, 40% men and 20% either men or women, having regard to the current size of the board and tenure of the incumbent directors, given the benefit of continuity of experience.
As at 30 June 2021, the ASL Board’s progress towards the gender diversity target is 43% women and 57% men.
Remuneration - The non-executive directors are paid a single fee in their capacity as directors of the ASL and NM Super Boards and in connection with the management of its Trusts (AMP Super Fund and Wealth Personal Superannuation and Pension Fund).
The table below sets out the Board and Board Committee fees (effective from 1 March 2020) for roles undertaken by individual non-executive directors. [Note: Effective 1 November 2019, the Board Chairman is paid a single fee covering all Board and Board Committee responsibilities. The fee for the chairmanship of a Board Committee is payable if the chairman is a non-executive director other than the Board Chairman.]
AMP Superannuation Limited Board, and
N.M. Superannuation Proprietary Limited Board
$190,000 (inclusive of all Committee attendances)
AMP Superannuation Limited Audit Committee, and
N.M. Superannuation Proprietary Limited Audit Committee
AMP Superannuation Limited Risk Committee, and
N.M. Superannuation Proprietary Limited Risk Committee
AMP Superannuation Limited Investment Committee, and
N.M. Superannuation Proprietary Limited Investment Committee
Each non-executive director received superannuation contributions totalling 9.50 % of fees. This is included in the board and committee fees shown in the table above.
Each non-executive director may receive a supplementary payment for additional duties and time spent in regard to ASL and NM Super. These payments are in addition to the fees received in respect of Board and Board Committee duties.
No retirement benefits are provided to non-executive directors.
For further information, including remuneration received by each non-executive director and other executive officers, refer to the remuneration disclosures for each of the Trusts published on this webpage.
Voting - The Proxy Voting Policy applies to ASL.
AMP Retirement Trust (ART) is now closed; the following documents are presented for historical purposes
- ART annual report 2019
- ART register of significant event notices
- ART remuneration disclosures
- ART trust deed
AMP Superannuation Savings Trust (SST) is now closed; the following documents are presented for historical purposes
- SST annual report 2019
- SST remuneration disclosures
- SST trust deed
- SST register of significant event notices
ASL closed products
On 15 May 2020, all products, with the exception of the AMP Eligible Rollover Fund, were transferred to NM Superannuation Limited as part of a Successor Fund Transfer (SFT).
Refer to the Equity Trustees section (above) regarding the AMP Eligible Rollover Fund.