AMP has received regulatory approval for the sale of its life insurance business.
The transaction is expected to wrap up after the market closes on 30 June.
AMP has said it will provide an update to the market on 1 July.
The sale to Resolution Life was declared in 2018, initially for $3.3 billion, but it hit a roadblock last year.
The group dropped its plans to divest its New Zealand wealth business in May.
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