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Macquarie Group Ltd. Headquarters
about Macquarie

Macquarie Group Limited is a global investment banking and diversified financial services group, providing banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services to institutional, corporate and retail clients and counterparties around the world. Headquartered in Sydney, Macquarie is the largest investment bank in Australia.


ownership
listed on Australian Securities Exchange

Public shareholders


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headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 

voluntary initiatives:

investment policies of Macquarie

Macquarie does not have any publicly disclosed investment policies. Their 2014 environmental, social and governance appendix (pages 15-16) states the following: 

In the year to 31 March 2014, Macquarie evolved its ESG framework formalising the approach to integrating assessment of environmental and social issues into investment decision-making across the business.  Macquarie recognises that climate change presents significant challenges to society and generates both risks and opportunities for its business and stakeholders. Consistent with Macquarie's strong risk management focus, climate change and future carbon constraints are considered within the existing risk framework. Macquarie's approach is based on:

  • Identifying, assessing and managing the risks arising from climate change and future carbon constraints.
  • Assessing and managing its own carbon footprint
  • Identifiying and leveraging opportunities for investment and trading for Macquarie and its clients

Under this framework:

  • Business are responsible for considering greenhouse and energy management during due diligence for new businesses and products and addressing local legislative requirements consistent with Macquarie's 
The environmental, social and governance report and appendix can be found on the right-hand side of this profile. 
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headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 

Alpha Coal project
Australia
The Alpha Coal project is a AUD6 billion coal mine and export project that is proposed to be constructed in Queensland, Australia. The black thermal coal mine and associated…
Bauxite mine Niyamgiri Hills
India
On October 5th, 2004 an official agreement was signed between the Orissa Mining Corporation (OMC) and Sterlite Industries, a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources plc, for the…
Maules Creek coal mine
Australia
Whitehaven Coal's Maules Creek mine is a part thermal, part semi soft coking coal mine being developed in the Gunnedah Basin in Northern New South Wales. It would produce…
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headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 

BankTrack has identified controversial issues with the companies listed below that require attention from Macquarie Group.

Coal of Africa
Australia
Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) is an Australian based mining company which operates mines in South Africa. In 2012 it produced around 3.4 million metric tons of coal.
Glencore
Switzerland
Glencore plc (formerly Glencore Xstrata) is an Anglo-Swiss multinational commodity trading and mining company. The company was created through a merger of Glencore with Xstrata…
Rio Tinto
Australia
Rio Tinto is a mining and exploration company involved in each stage of metal and mineral production and processing. Rio Tinto is one of the largest publicly listed mining…
Samling
Hong Kong
The Samling group, which is based in the Malaysian state of Sarawak on Borneo, is one of Malaysia's biggest logging companies and responsible for the ongoing destruction…
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headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 


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headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 

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headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 

image
headquarters
48 Martin Place
NSW 2000 Sydney
Australia
CEO/chair
Nicholas Moore
CEO and Managing Director
 
banktrack contact

Johan Frijns, BankTrack 

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