Macquarie Asia Equity Research

Macquarie's Asia Equity Research team delivers insights, analysis and thought leadership for our institutional clients. Uniquely positioned as one of Asia’s most experienced research houses, our dedicated team covers more than 800 stocks across the region.

The team focusses on disruptive innovation across a broad range of industries from consumer and healthcare to technology and the transition to green energy. Our proprietary data sets and analysis help our clients with their investment processes to generate alpha.

11 markets

On-the-ground insights on strong thematic verticals

800+ stocks1

Differentiated coverage on 800-plus stocks across Asia

80+ analysts

Providing specialist coverage of 11 key sectors

Exploring the megatrends in China’s economy today

As China continues to evolve rapidly, it is more important than ever for global investors to have their finger on the pulse of what is happening on the ground in the country. Hear from Macquarie's Asia Equity Research team on the latest trends transforming China’s economy – including generative AI, electric vehicles and pharmaceuticals.

Our thematic insights

Macquarie Insights is an industry leading research portal covering a full range of sectors and markets.

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China: The Re-opening Trajectory - Expect an acceleration into 2H23

China’s macro backdrop supports an economic acceleration into 2H23. Our on-the-ground view from China suggests optimism. We expect high-single-digit increases in both consumption and GDP in 3Q23-1Q24, supported by a combination of excess household savings, targeted stimuli, and liquidity.

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EV charging “powering up” - A multi-year infrastructure opportunity

We look at the crucial role of EV charging infrastructure in energy transition. Macquarie expects cumulative global infrastructure spend to top US$97b this year and reach US$349b in 2030. For charge point operators, we estimate an annual opportunity of US$6b globally in 2022 to US$166b in 2030. Aggregate sales from equipment and operations for 2023-30E exceed US$800b.

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Digital wallets are upgrading to full banks driving investment

ASEAN has a lot of appeal for new digital financial services. With more than 70% of ASEAN’s population now online, the movement of wallet providers into banks to expand services beyond payments is a natural progression in their path to set up viable and saleable businesses in the region.

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Our perspectives

"The next 5-10 years will see large sustained investments in technology and chipmaking capacity, aimed at enabling broad-based diffusion of advanced data processing from the network edge, to the cloud. We expect significant innovation activity to be directed at discovering, and exploiting at scale, the business opportunities enabled by the flood of data from sensors and online activity."

Damian Thong, Division Director
Senior Research Analyst

"As sustainable finance continues to mature into a core element of the financial services industry in Asia, investors need to be ahead of the curve when using ESG data to properly assess earnings risks and opportunities."

Charles Yonts
Sector Lead for Asia ESG

"China consumption is showing divergent trend with ultra-luxury gaining momentum post relaxation of city lockdowns, while mass market is seeing consumption trade down. We remain cautious on the consumer sector but look for a buying opportunity to emerge after cost pressures ease and investors recalibrate their expectations."

Linda Huang
Sector Lead for Consumer & Education

Sector leaders

Technology
Damian Thong, Nicolas Baratte, Aditya Suresh, Daniel Kim and Jeffrey Ohleweiller 

Consumer
Linda Huang and Eugene Hsiao

Critical Minerals & Energy Transition
Albert Miao, James Hong and Charles Yonts 

Healthcare
Tony Ren

ASEAN
Jayden Vantarakis  

Global Strategy
Viktor Shvets 

1. As of 31 March 2021