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AMP chair faces shareholder ireBY KARREN VERGARA | FRIDAY, 30 APR 2021 12:36PM
AMP chair Deborah Hazelton has dodged heavy-hitting questions from shareholders who demanded transparency on the firm's failure to reign in chaotic leadership changes and why they are the last to know about significant announcements.
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