Related sites

Related sites

 

For more information about activities of the Macquarie Group and its joint ventures, please visit these sites.

International activities

 

Alternative assets

 

Joint ventures, alliances and subsidiaries

      • Macquarie Qantas Affinity Programme
        Macquarie and Qantas have teamed up to offer Qantas Frequent Flyers the opportunity to earn Frequent Flyer points on their mortgages and term deposits.
      • Medallist Developments
        Develops golf-related property around the world. A joint venture with Greg Norman’s Great White Shark Enterprises.
      • Urban Pacific
        A national, award-winning urban developer creating landmark residential communities and living precincts.
      • Diversified Utility and Energy Trusts (ASX code DUE)
        An investment fund principally investing in Australian and New Zealand utility and energy assets.

 

Funds management

Macquarie offers securities investment management across a number of asset classes including fixed interest, currencies, equities, infrastructure securities, private markets, hedge funds and multi-asset allocation solutions. It delivers a full-service offering to both institutional and retail clients in Australia and the US, with selective offerings in other regions.

 

Investments in any of the funds mentioned above are not deposits with, or other liabilities of, Macquarie Bank Limited ABN 46 008 583 542 (MBL) or of any other company in the Macquarie Bank Group and are subject to investment risk, including possible delays in repayment and loss of income and capital invested. Neither MBL nor any other member of the Macquarie Bank Group guarantees any particular rate of return on, or the performance of, any of the above funds, nor do they guarantee the repayment of capital from any of those funds.  Any investment in the above funds involves risk (including the potential loss of principal) and the funds may or may not be able to achieve their respective investment objective(s) for a variety of reasons.  Past performance is not indicative of future results.