Emerging Markets

Macquarie appoints Harvey CEO in Asia expansion

Australia’s Macquarie Group has appointed investment banker Alex Harvey to a newly created role of Asia chief executive officer, indicating an increase in focus on the region.

  • 01 Feb 2012

Investment banker Alex Harvey has secured the newly created position as chief executive officer of Macquarie Group’s operations in Asia. This signals an increased focus on the region echoing the strategy of other Australian-based financial institutions.

“I definitely feel that they are putting much more of a concentration outside ...

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