Andrew Hamilton, AMP’s SMSF administration director, will be departing from the finance giant later this year.
Mr Hamilton will be leaving AMP in July this year, an AMP spokesperson has told SMSF Adviser.
Mr Hamilton has made a “significant contribution” to the company, according to AMP, and will be enjoying some “well-deserved time off” in Adelaide.
The news of his departure follows Mr Hamilton standing down as chair of the SMSF Professionals’ Association of Australia (SPAA) board, which he announced at the SPAA National Conference in February this year.
The news also follows AMP’s naming of a new company-wide chairman, with Peter Mason stepping down after eight years in the role.
More to come.
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