Macquarie Bank

Latest stories

3h
The New Zealand Herald
Ponzi liquidation ends after 6 yearsJacqui Bradley's clients were told their money was securely invested with a Mac
Ponzi liquidation ends after 6 years
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
Jacqui Bradley's clients were told their money was securely invested with a Macquarie Bank fund in Australia. Photo / Brett Phibbs A line is being drawn under Jacqui Bradley's collapsed Ponzi scheme and its six-and a-half-year liquidation is now... Read more
5h
The Globe and Mail
China statistics probe shrouds base-metal markets in darknessresearch houses such as Antaike and Mysteel are not receiving any information e
China statistics probe shrouds base-metal markets in darkness
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
research houses such as Antaike and Mysteel are not receiving any information either. And, according to analysts at Macquarie Bank, the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNMIA), the most-used alternative to the NBS, has also... Read more
22h
iTWire
Yahoo!7 – behind the mega digital media portalCertificate from the Australian Institute of Management. He started his working
Yahoo!7 – behind the mega digital media portal
iTWire / Posted 22 hours ago
Certificate from the Australian Institute of Management. He started his working life as a software developer in 1994 at Macquarie Bank. What followed was a couple of years at CeeData working on its practice management software, before landing... Read more
1d
Weekly Times
Home-grown ownerscattle. Has pastoral leases covering 10 million hectares in NSW, Queensland, So
Home-grown owners
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
cattle. Has pastoral leases covering 10 million hectares in NSW, Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory. Macquarie Bank-backed agricultural fund operating over eight aggregations in NSW and Western Australia with about 74,400... Read more
1d
Daily Liberal
Hughes unable to make Cook's teamenough has omitted to name his son Marty in the squad of 17. As far as Tim Hugh
Hughes unable to make Cook's team
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
enough has omitted to name his son Marty in the squad of 17. As far as Tim Hughes - the horse owner and breeder and head of Macquarie Bank Media - is concerned, Cook couldn't pick him in his squad. "Tim fancied himself as a footballer but was never... Read more
2d
Weekly Times
Australia’s biggest landholdersIf remainder of business sold to Dakang Australia, will be sold to Williams Cat
Australia’s biggest landholders
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
If remainder of business sold to Dakang Australia, will be sold to Williams Cattle Company (see listing). LAWSONS GRAIN Macquarie Bank-backed agricultural fund operating over eight aggregations in NSW and Western Australia with about 74,400... Read more
2d
Business Wire
Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation Reports First Quarter 2016 Financial Results, Increased Dividendof the Banking Act 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia) and its obligations do not
Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation Reports First Quarter 2016 Financial Results, Increased Dividend
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
of the Banking Act 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia) and its obligations do not represent deposits or other liabilities of Macquarie Bank Limited ABN 46 008 583 542 (MBL). MBL does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of the... Read more
2d
The North West Star
Parramatta Eels members demand say on whether NRL club is soldsay on privatisation. Current officials didn't say as much but it's believed s
Parramatta Eels members demand say on whether NRL club is sold
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
say on privatisation. Current officials didn't say as much but it's believed some were concerned of a supposed plot for Macquarie Bank heavy hitter Bill Moss to buy the Eels. Ironically, the same board was pushing for Moss to become an... Read more
3d
Daily Liberal
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
The Border Mail
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
Illawarra Mercury
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
Northern Daily Leader
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
The Young Witness
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
Western Advocate
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
Sydney Morning Herald
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in actionorder. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after plea
Stephen Larkin: Bankrupted, banned and jailed, the convicted fraudster is back in action
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
order. In 2007 Larkin was sentenced to 16 months' weekend detention after pleading guilty to defrauding the former Macquarie Bank director Bill Moss of $38,050. He was also convicted of giving false evidence under oath. In 2004 the NSW... Read more
6 related stories
3d
The North West Star
Parramatta Eels fear takeover bid after NRL salary cap verdictthe privatisation deed." They won't utter his name publicly but members of the
Parramatta Eels fear takeover bid after NRL salary cap verdict
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
the privatisation deed." They won't utter his name publicly but members of the Eels hierarchy say they are wary of former Macquarie Bank executive Bill Moss, who told Fairfax Media last year he would "be happy to be part of a syndicate" to... Read more
21 related stories
4d
The North West Star
NRL poised to make call on fresh Parramatta Eels/Anthony Watmough TPA dramawas probing another payment to Watmough from one of two companies of which Step
NRL poised to make call on fresh Parramatta Eels/Anthony Watmough TPA drama
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
was probing another payment to Watmough from one of two companies of which Stephen Moss - the son of Eels tragic and former Macquarie Bank executive Bill Moss - is the sole director. The issue relates to TPAs from Scorecube - a wholly owned... Read more
21 related stories
7d
Business Wire
FIBRA Macquarie México Reports First Quarter Financial Results, Including a 45% Increase in Quarterly AFFOAct 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia). The obligations of these entities do not
FIBRA Macquarie México Reports First Quarter Financial Results, Including a 45% Increase in Quarterly AFFO
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
Act 1959 (Commonwealth of Australia). The obligations of these entities do not represent deposits or other liabilities of Macquarie Bank Limited ABN 46 008 583 542 (MBL). MBL does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of the... Read more
7d
The Star
Economists and markets give the thumbs-up for new Bank Negara governorthe market’s endorsement of the choice of successor,” Nizam Idris, head of fore
Economists and markets give the thumbs-up for new Bank Negara governor
The Star / Posted 7 days ago
the market’s endorsement of the choice of successor,” Nizam Idris, head of foreign-exchange and fixed-income strategy at Macquarie Bank in Singapore, said. According to Nizam, the appointment of a sitting deputy governor as Zeti’s successor had... Read more
22 related stories
7d
Computer World Australia
ANZ first of the big four to offer Apple PayElliott said. Banks supporting the Android Pay rollout include ANZ, Westpac, t
ANZ first of the big four to offer Apple Pay
Computer World Australia / Posted 7 days ago
Elliott said. Banks supporting the Android Pay rollout include ANZ, Westpac, the Bank of Melbourne, the Bank of South Australia, Bendigo Bank, Cuscal, ING Direct, Macquarie Bank, and St George. Read More: Join the Computerworld... Read more
25 related stories
7d
Investopedia
Australian CPI Falls to Record Low in Q1 2016witnessed a uptrend since the start of this year. Gareth Berry, a foreign-exch
Australian CPI Falls to Record Low in Q1 2016
Investopedia / Posted 7 days ago
witnessed a uptrend since the start of this year. Gareth Berry, a foreign-exchange and rates strategist in Singapore at Macquarie Bank Ltd, said, “A pre-emptive May cut is surely now a real possibility.” He added, “At the latest, an August cut... Read more
12 related stories
8d
Zero Hedge
Aussie Dollar Plunges As Inflation Slumps To Record LowMay cut is surely now a real possibility,” said Gareth Berry, a foreign-exchang
Aussie Dollar Plunges As Inflation Slumps To Record Low
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 days ago
May cut is surely now a real possibility,” said Gareth Berry, a foreign-exchange and rates strategist in Singapore at Macquarie Bank Ltd. “At the latest, an August cut is now inevitable. That spells the end of this three-month old Australian... Read more
8d
Anwar Ibrahim Blog
Ringgit falls most in two months as 1MDB default drags on stocks « Demi Rakyatto be negative for the ringgit,” said Nizam Idris, the Singapore-based head of
Ringgit falls most in two months as 1MDB default drags on stocks « Demi Rakyat
Anwar Ibrahim Blog / Posted 8 days ago
to be negative for the ringgit,” said Nizam Idris, the Singapore-based head of strategy for fixed income and currencies at Macquarie Bank Ltd. “Obviously, contingent liability on the government as well as rating risk is there.” The currency... Read more
24 related stories
9d
Swissinfo
Mercedes Solving China Snarls Too Late to Unseat German Rivalsthis point I don’t see Mercedes overtaking BMW on a sustained basis,” said Jane
Mercedes Solving China Snarls Too Late to Unseat German Rivals
Swissinfo / Posted 9 days ago
this point I don’t see Mercedes overtaking BMW on a sustained basis,” said Janet Lewis, a Hong Kong-based analyst with Macquarie Bank Ltd. “Mercedes is late to the game. It was late to appreciate the potential of the China market.” The Daimler... Read more
10d
Sydney Morning Herald
Beaconsfield ruling sparks condemnationsystem. Mr Chandler said there was no evidence to support claims that pressure
Beaconsfield ruling sparks condemnation
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
system. Mr Chandler said there was no evidence to support claims that pressure to repay the mine's financier, Macquarie Bank, meant miners were sent into dangerous, but lucrative, sections of the mine. Mr Webb has said previously the... Read more
5 related stories
12d
WA Today
REITs heading into quarterly confession seasona scorecard on the state-of-play for the markets in which they operate, in the
REITs heading into quarterly confession season
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
a scorecard on the state-of-play for the markets in which they operate, in the lead-up to the end of the financial year. Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being sold by Brookfield. While it was only in... Read more
4 related stories
12d
Canberra Times
REITs heading into quarterly confession seasona scorecard on the state-of-play for the markets in which they operate, in the
REITs heading into quarterly confession season
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
a scorecard on the state-of-play for the markets in which they operate, in the lead-up to the end of the financial year. Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being sold by Brookfield. While it was only in... Read more
4 related stories
12d
The Age
REITs heading into quarterly confession seasonMacquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being
REITs heading into quarterly confession season
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being sold by Brookfield. In the coming weeks, a new round of information will flood investors' inboxes with the release of the May quarterly updates from the real estate... Read more
4 related stories
12d
Sydney Morning Herald
REITs heading into quarterly confession seasonMacquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being
REITs heading into quarterly confession season
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being sold by Brookfield. In the coming weeks, a new round of information will flood investors' inboxes with the release of the May quarterly updates from the real estate... Read more
4 related stories
12d
Brisbane Times
REITs heading into quarterly confession seasona scorecard on the state-of-play for the markets in which they operate, in the
REITs heading into quarterly confession season
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
a scorecard on the state-of-play for the markets in which they operate, in the lead-up to the end of the financial year. Macquarie Bank Building at 1 Shelley Street, King Street Wharf, Sydney is being sold by Brookfield. While it was only in... Read more
4 related stories
13d
Daily Liberal
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogafter a capability review of ASIC was completed and against the backdrop of a s
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
after a capability review of ASIC was completed and against the backdrop of a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the bank bill swap... Read more
71 related stories
13d
The North West Star
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
13d
Daily Liberal
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
13d
The Border Mail
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
13d
Illawarra Mercury
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
13d
The Courier
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
13d
Northern Daily Leader
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
14d
The Young Witness
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
The Young Witness / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
14d
Western Advocate
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
14d
Kiama Independent
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
14d
Manning River Times
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Manning River Times / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
14d
Goondiwindi Argus
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdogof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison haul in bank chiefs over watchdog
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
71 related stories
14d
Illawarra Mercury
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
The Courier
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
Northern Daily Leader
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
The Young Witness
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
The Young Witness / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
Western Advocate
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
Kiama Independent
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
Manning River Times
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
Manning River Times / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
14d
Goondiwindi Argus
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fightof ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a ser
Banks tackle customer concerns to take heat out of political fight
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 14 days ago
of ASIC announced was put in train by the government last July, and after a series of scandals at the Commonwealth Bank, Macquarie Bank and National Australia Bank, and allegations from corporate regulator ASIC that the ANZ and Westpac rigged the... Read more
32 related stories
More

People in this news