Could anyone offers some insights into Macquarie Capital, some pros about the company, some company specific things (i.e. corporate culture) that perhaps it does differently than its competitors. I know that Macquarie is a MM firm, and is big on restructuring. Tried doing some research, but can't really coming up with anything concrete.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks fellow monkeys!!
Working at Macquarie Capital
Macquire Capital is mostly considered a middle market. The banks reputation has shifted somewhat through the years. Here are some thoughts form some certified users on the firms reputation both locally in the US and abroad.
from certified user @snakeplissken
in the US it's still a perfectly good name. i've never worked there, but i had a couple friends that have, and for some reason i kept hearing how "cheap" Macquarie is. i think they mean in relation to their bonuses vs. other bonuses on the street, as well as their budgets for taking clients out, but im not 100% sure. still a perfectly good name and you'll get good experience.
from certified user @kalga
Great in Australia/Asia. Not bad in the USA. Terrible to work with/for in Canada. No clue about the other regions.
from certified user @RonaldBacon
don't know much about them, but I would probably say on the lower end of the middle market firms in the US. but Macquarie is still a solid shop with a brand name that will open doors for you.
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