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Macquarie Group

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Macquarie Group Graduate Stories

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Catherine Priestley knows agriculture first-hand, having grown up helping her parents on their farm in the Central West of NSW. After graduating with a degree in Engineering and Commerce, she now experiences it from a different perspective, working as an Analyst in Macquarie Asset Management’s Agriculture team.

Catherine Priestley

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Catherine Priestley knows agriculture first-hand, having grown up helping her parents on their farm in the Central West of NSW. After graduating with a degree in Engineering and Commerce, she now experiences it from a different perspective, working as an Analyst in Macquarie Asset Management’s Agriculture team.

Catherine Priestley

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Pei Guo studied Mechanical Engineering but while completing an internship, he found a new passion in commodities trading. In just four years he’s gone from Intern to Manager in Macquarie’s Agricultural Commodities Trading team.

Pei Guo

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Pei Guo studied Mechanical Engineering but while completing an internship, he found a new passion in commodities trading. In just four years he’s gone from Intern to Manager in Macquarie’s Agricultural Commodities Trading team.

Pei Guo

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After completing two internships with Macquarie, Commerce and Law Graduate Tiffany Wu joined Macquarie Capital’s Equity Capital Markets team in 2019. Tiffany describes her time on Macquarie’s Graduate Program as a “phenomenal experience”, that saw her involved in raising billions in capital for Macquarie Capital’s clients during COVID-19.

Tiffany Wu

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After completing two internships with Macquarie, Commerce and Law Graduate Tiffany Wu joined Macquarie Capital’s Equity Capital Markets team in 2019. Tiffany describes her time on Macquarie’s Graduate Program as a “phenomenal experience”, that saw her involved in raising billions in capital for Macquarie Capital’s clients during COVID-19.

Tiffany Wu

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In search for an opportunity to combine her interests in finance and accounting, Gemma McGinness’ Co-Op internship with Macquarie proved a career in financial services was right for her. Although her first year on the Graduate Program, working across consulting and data teams in Macquarie’s Financial Management Group, has been done in a primarily remote-working setting, it hasn’t stopped her from grasping opportunities; extending her skills in coding and taking part in the first ever remote year end process project.

Gemma McGinness

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In search for an opportunity to combine her interests in finance and accounting, Gemma McGinness’ Co-Op internship with Macquarie proved a career in financial services was right for her. Although her first year on the Graduate Program, working across consulting and data teams in Macquarie’s Financial Management Group, has been done in a primarily remote-working setting, it hasn’t stopped her from grasping opportunities; extending her skills in coding and taking part in the first ever remote year end process project.

Gemma McGinness

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As an Intern and Graduate, Patrick Cosgrave has worked in Macquarie’s Melbourne and Sydney offices in Banking and Financial Services. He says being open-minded to opportunities - especially the unplanned ones - is the key to making the most of working at Macquarie.

Patrick Cosgrave

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As an Intern and Graduate, Patrick Cosgrave has worked in Macquarie’s Melbourne and Sydney offices in Banking and Financial Services. He says being open-minded to opportunities - especially the unplanned ones - is the key to making the most of working at Macquarie.

Patrick Cosgrave

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As part of the Technology Graduate Rotation Program, Kathryn Teo has had the opportunity to experience the different ways that Macquarie uses technology. From supporting regulatory applications to working on a large data project, she says it’s the supportive environment that she’s enjoyed the most.

Kathryn Teo

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As part of the Technology Graduate Rotation Program, Kathryn Teo has had the opportunity to experience the different ways that Macquarie uses technology. From supporting regulatory applications to working on a large data project, she says it’s the supportive environment that she’s enjoyed the most.

Kathryn Teo

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With a background in medical sciences, Kate Robertson may seem like an unlikely Credit Risk Analyst. But, since joining Macquarie’s Graduate Program in 2020, she’s found her skills to be a great fit for a career in financial services.

Kate Robertson

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With a background in medical sciences, Kate Robertson may seem like an unlikely Credit Risk Analyst. But, since joining Macquarie’s Graduate Program in 2020, she’s found her skills to be a great fit for a career in financial services.

Kate Robertson

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Toni Anda enjoys the global reach of working for a multinational company like Macquarie but as an Analyst based in Macquarie's New Zealand office, she also has the benefit of being part of a tight-knit office of thirty people.

Toni Anda

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Toni Anda enjoys the global reach of working for a multinational company like Macquarie but as an Analyst based in Macquarie's New Zealand office, she also has the benefit of being part of a tight-knit office of thirty people.

Toni Anda

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Working in a risk function at Macquarie is more than just numbers. For Ed Hollingdale, it means he enjoys a different perspective on Macquarie's investments and has the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders.

Ed Hollingdale

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Working in a risk function at Macquarie is more than just numbers. For Ed Hollingdale, it means he enjoys a different perspective on Macquarie's investments and has the ability to work with a variety of stakeholders.

Ed Hollingdale

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Fleur Chang always thought her accounting degree would lead her to a career as an Accountant. Instead, she's  experiencing first-hand what it's like to apply her skills in a diverse financial services organisation.

Fleur Chang

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Fleur Chang always thought her accounting degree would lead her to a career as an Accountant. Instead, she's  experiencing first-hand what it's like to apply her skills in a diverse financial services organisation.

Fleur Chang