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  • Beijing
    Macquarie Capital provides advisory and capital raising services to corporate and government clients involved in public mergers and acquisitions, private treaty acquisitions and divestment, debt and equity fund raising and corporate restructuring. They also undertake principal investing activities globally in support of their client activities.
  • Hong Kong
    Join our 2024 summer internship program under our Macquarie Capital, Equity Capital Markets team. At Macquarie, we are working to create lasting value for our communities, our clients and our people. We are a global financial services group operating in 34 markets and with 54 years of unbroken profitability. You’ll be part of a supportive team where everyone - no matter what role - contributes ideas and drive outcomes.
  • Hong Kong
    Join our 2024 summer internship program under our Macquarie Capital, Technology Capital team. Our Technology Capital team is focused on investing into unlisted global technology and growth companies. Our team has a flexible mandate supporting entrepreneurs with primary capital, as well as facilitating liquidity for existing shareholders through secondary transactions.
  • Seoul
    Join our Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets division focusing specifically on the Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund series (MKIF), a leading infrastructure fund listed on the Korean Exchange. The Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund was established in 2002 with a mandate to invest in infrastructure sectors as defined under the Korean Public Private Partnership Act including roads, railways, ports, regulated utilities, waste management etc. MKIF invests in infrastructure assets through equity and debt and is focused on generating profits from its investments and distributing these profits to MKIF’s shareholders