AMP profit attributable to shareholders fell 14.9% in HY17

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by Jessica Amir

AMP (ASX:AMP) has reported its profit attributable to shareholders fell 14.9 per cent in the first half of the 2017 financial year to $445 million (compared to the $523 million in the prior corresponding period).

The leading wealth manager’s total comprehensive income fell to $460 million for the half year ended 30 June 2017, down from $975 million.

AMP says its underlying investment income fell $11 million from the first half to $50 million, on the back of lower shareholder capital resources.

The company declared a 2017 interim dividend of 14.5 cents per share, franked at 90 per cent.

Shares in AMP (ASX:AMP) last traded 0.93 per cent higher to $5.41.
 

Jessica Amir

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Jessica is a senior finance journalist and presents the Market Outlook, Market at Midday and Market Wrap. She also presents ASX company news and interviews CEOs. She joined FNN in January 2017 with six years of broadcast journalism experience. She worked as a journalist and producer with Sky News Business, ABC 1, ABC's The Business and ABC24. She also worked in regional Australia for Prime 7 and WIN News as a TV reporter. In her prior life she worked as a financial planner.