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More changes at AMP Capital

AMP Capital’s head of investment strategy has resigned.

Monday, April 18th 2016, 11:52AM

A spokeswoman said Keith Poore had left his role after four years. She said his departure was independent from a recent restructure that saw multi-asset head Peter Verhaart’s position made redundant.

Verhaart is moving to a new role with GMI.

AMP said the changes were made to better leverage the insights from its global multi-asset business and simplify the team structure in New Zealand. 

"Over the coming months, Keith will work closely with Debbie Alliston, head of multi-asset portfolio management, and the Australia-based team to ensure there is no disruption to the management of AMP Capital’s diversified portfolios as we search for an experienced investment professional to join the team.  Our focus remains on delivering the best outcomes we can for our New Zealand clients."

Poore started his career as an analyst with Reuters in London before moving to New Zealand to take up senior investment strategy positions at BNZ, Grosvenor, Axa and the New Zealand Superannuation Fund.

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