At Macquarie Group, we empower people to innovate and invest for a better future. We are a global financial services group operating in 34 markets in asset management, retail and business banking, wealth management, leasing and asset financing, market access, commodity trading, renewables development, specialist advisory, capital raising and principal investment.
A career at Macquarie Group means you’ll have the opportunity to develop and utilise new skills, explore interesting fields, and do challenging work that will impact the lives of people around the world—whether it’s accelerating the green energy transition, helping sustain global food supplies, financing social housing projects or investing in essential infrastructure.
Our size and international presence means your work can take you anywhere—across business groups, disciplines, sectors and borders. With 19,200+ employees, we’re a truly global organisation.
You’ll be supported by a diverse team where the unique perspectives, ideas and experiences that all of our people bring are valued. You’ll be empowered to address unmet needs in our communities whilst advising and investing alongside our clients and partners. Working with us, you’ll have the opportunity to help build a better future.
Macquarie Group is a global financial group providing clients with asset management, retail and business banking, wealth management, leasing and asset financing, market access, commodity trading, renewables development, investment banking and principal investment.
As we pursue gender equality, we must first embrace a culture of equity, which enables achievement and success for people of all genders by providing tools and resources to help overcome obstacles they may encounter.
Adopting an equity mindset supports all people to reach their full potential and helps build a better future.
We are committed to achieving more balanced gender representation at all levels across our organisation and are proud of our progress. We employ more women and gender diverse people than ever before, but there is always more we can do.
A key focus is developing our internal and external female talent pipelines by enhancing our recruitment processes and providing programs and policies that support gender equity in our workplace.
We continue to work hard to make our industry a place where women feel they belong and can thrive.
Through actively participating in initiatives, we work to support, inspire and educate women and girls, helping them to deliver to their full potential.
We’ve learned a lot from the COVID-19 pandemic about how we can work more efficiently and effectively. For parents and carers, one of the benefits is being able to work more flexibly to spend more time with children and family members and being there for important moments.
For many years, at Macquarie, we’ve supported our people to achieve a balance between personal and work priorities through a flexible working approach, and the last few years have seen us take that commitment even further – adopting a ‘hybrid working’ approach as staff return to our offices.
Hannah Whyte is a Green Analytics Executive in Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG). She speaks about her career journey, passion for helping to accelerate the green transition and why gender diversity is an important consideration in Macquarie’s sustainability goals.
Being open to opportunities is imperative to growing your career. Just ask Rachel Palmer, Chief Operating Officer in EMEA and former Head of Human Resources in the Americas for Macquarie, as she shares some of her best leadership advice, how she manages her team and more.
Having played football for more than 18 years at West Ham United Football Club, Victoria King reflects on the ways her career in women’s football has contributed to her career in finance. She shares her journey to Macquarie and her dedication to opening doors for the next generation of talent, as an Associate Director in Human Resources.
We hear from Macquarie employees from around the world, who boldly share their personal stories of pride, intersectionality and allyship.