Macquarie in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Diversified regional presence with deep sector expertise

€313.2 billion

global assets under management1

Largest

smart meter funder in the UK2

€23.6 billion

global asset and loan portfolio1

2016

Infrastructure Manager of the Year3

Our services

Advisory and capital markets

  • advisory and capital raising services including corporate finance, project finance, private capital, equity and debt capital markets and principal investments
  • significant focus on natural resources, infrastructure, real estate and financial institutions
  • No.1 Infra/Project Financial Advisory in EMEA.4
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Asset finance

  • UK’s largest independent owner of gas and electricity assets2
  • UK's largest independent provider of smart meters2
  • established motor vehicle and aircraft leasing presence.
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Financing

  • lending and investing solutions for corporate and real estate sectors through primary and secondary transactions
  • asset finance and securitisation solutions in both public and private markets.
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Asset management

  • World's Largest Infrastructure Asset Manager, headquartered in London5
  • manager of more than 30 infrastructure and real asset businesses in the region1
  • global securities investment management expertise in fixed income, equities, currency and hedge funds
  • $A480b in assets under management.4
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Research

  • leading commodities research team
  • 2,200+ stock covered globally, 250+ stocks in the region
  • 25 year market presence.
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Trading and hedging

  • #1 Australian bank for distribution of European securitisation6
  • #1 in Agricultural & Softs Markets – sixth consecutive year7
  • 24-hour metals trading and price-making
  • one of the largest financial institutions in the European wholesale gas markets
  • 24-hour access to global foreign exchange and futures markets.  
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Our expertise

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