AMP Capital appoints former Apple operations head as senior advisor
March 21, 2019

AMP Capital reports this morning that it has appointed Thomas Preising as a Delhi-based senior advisor to its infrastructure equity business, as it embraces technological innovation and seeks to harness infotech to streamline and enhance the operations of its global infrastructure assets.

Preising was most recently the Global Business Operations Director for Apple, based in Cupertino, US. He had joined Apple in 2004 as the Operations Director for Apple Europe, before moving to Delhi as the Sales Director of Apple India.

In other roles at Apple, he established its first office in the Middle East and led sales operations and planning for its Latin America business. Before joining Apple, Mr Preising had worked at Hewlett Packard for a decade. He began his career in infrastructure, working at US rail business Conrail and as an infrastructure Project Associate at McKinsey. 

Preising joins a team of fifteen senior advisors who provide insights to AMP Capital's investment team and asset management team, a dedicated global team which oversees the operation and development of AMP Capital's infrastructure assets. The asset management team work with the senior advisors to ensure the sustainability and long-term profitability of AMP Capital's infrastructure investments.





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AMP Capital reports this morning that it has appointed Thomas Preising as a Delhi-based senior advisor to its infrastructure equity business, as it embraces technological innovation and seeks to harness infotech to streamline and enhance the operations of its global infrastructure assets.

Preising was most recently the Global Business Operations Director for Apple, based in Cupertino, US. He had joined Apple in 2004 as the Operations Director for Apple Europe, before moving to Delhi as the Sales Director of Apple India.

In other roles at Apple, he established its first office in the Middle East and led sales operations and planning for its Latin America business. Before joining Apple, Mr Preising had worked at Hewlett Packard for a decade. He began his career in infrastructure, working at US rail business Conrail and as an infrastructure Project Associate at McKinsey. 

Preising joins a team of fifteen senior advisors who provide insights to AMP Capital's investment team and asset management team, a dedicated global team which oversees the operation and development of AMP Capital's infrastructure assets. The asset management team work with the senior advisors to ensure the sustainability and long-term profitability of AMP Capital's infrastructure investments.



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