Founded in 1969, Macquarie now employs over 18,0001 people globally, has total assets of $A399.2 billion and total equity of $A28.8 billion as at 31 March 2022.
1. This figure includes staff employed in certain operationally segregated subsidiaries (OSS). Unless otherwise stated, further references to staff data and policies do not include those in OSS.
3. International income is net operating income excluding earnings on capital and other corporate items.
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer
At Macquarie, we are committed to delivering sustainable long-term outcomes for our clients, shareholders, communities and each other. This means managing our assets, deploying our capital and resources, and applying our deep expertise to develop solutions that have a direct, positive impact and contribute to a better future.
Macquarie is a diversified financial group providing clients with asset management and finance, banking, advisory and risk and capital solutions across debt, equity and commodities.
A leading specialist global asset manager, investing to deliver positive impact for everyone. Provides investment solutions to clients across a range of capabilities in Private Markets and Public Investments, including infrastructure, green investments, agriculture and natural assets, real estate, private credit, asset finance, equities, fixed income and multi-asset solutions.
A retail banking and financial services business serving the Australian market. Provides a diverse range of personal banking, wealth management, and business banking products and services to retail clients, advisers, brokers and business clients.
A global business offering capital and financing, risk management, market access, physical execution and logistics solutions to its diverse client base, across commodities, financial markets and asset finance.
Global capability in advisory and capital raising services, investing alongside partners and clients across the capital structure, providing specialist expertise, advice and flexible capital solutions across a range of sectors. Develops and invests in infrastructure and energy projects, and provides clients with access to equity research, sales, execution capabilities and corporate access.
The Central Service Groups provide a range of functions supporting Macquarie’s Operating Groups, ensuring they have the appropriate workplace support and systems to operate effectively and the necessary resources to meet their regulatory, compliance, financial reporting, legal and risk management requirements.
An independent and centralised function responsible for independent and objective review and challenge, oversight, monitoring and reporting in relation to Macquarie’s material risks. RMG designs and oversees the implementation of the risk management framework. The Head of Internal Audit reports functionally to the Board Audit Committee and operationally to the Head of RMG for day-to-day management.
Provides a full range of legal and corporate governance services, including strategic legal and governance advice and risk assessment on corporate transactions, treasury and funding, insurance, regulatory enquiries and litigation.
Responsible for capital, funding, liquidity, tax and provides strategic analysis and advice in relation to financial performance to support the growth of the Macquarie business. It ensures Macquarie continues to meet its financial, regulatory and tax reporting compliance obligations, as well as maintain significant relationships with a range of external stakeholders on behalf of the Group.
Provides specialist support services through technology, operations, human resources, workplace, strategy, operational risk management, data and transformation, resilience and global security, and also includes the Macquarie Group Foundation.
The Macquarie Group Foundation (the Foundation) is the philanthropic arm of Macquarie. The Foundation encourages Macquarie employees to give back to the communities in which they live and work by contributing service, financial support and leadership to the community organisations they feel passionately about.
Macquarie’s key governance practices guide our decision‑making to meet stakeholder expectations of sound corporate governance, acknowledging Macquarie’s specific and broader responsibilities to its shareholders, funders, clients, staff and the communities in which it operates.
At Macquarie, the diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths. An inclusive workplace enables us to embrace diversity to deliver more innovative and sustainable solutions for our clients, shareholders, communities and our people.
Macquarie’s Board and Management recognise the importance of sound Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices as part of their responsibility to our clients, shareholders, communities, people and the environment in which Macquarie operates.
The role of the Board is to promote the long-term interests of Macquarie, taking into account Macquarie’s specific and broader responsibilities to its shareholders, funders, clients, staff and the communities in which it operates. The Board is committed to oversight of Macquarie’s performance, risk management, engagement with regulators and culture and to promoting the creation of enduring value by realising opportunities for the benefit of our clients, community, shareholders and our people. Macquarie’s robust risk management framework supports the Board in its role.