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AMP appoints Moore as M&A head

AMP has appointed current director of finance Philip Moore as head of mergers and acquisitions to research global opportunities for expanding the business.

Moore will lead a team that will work as part of the corporate strategy team to research global acquisition and merger opportunities, and will lead the execution of all major acquisitions or divestments.

Moore will retain his responsibilities as corporate director of finance, a position he has held since September 2000. Prior to this, Moore was finance director and actuary for NPI.

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