MQG's Principal Activity is the financial service provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-7.22%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||+3.21%|
|ASX Rank||9 of 2,297|
|Sector Rank||5 of 130|
Macquarie Group Limited (MQG) is a global provider of banking, financial, advisory, investment and fund management services, headquartered in Sydney.
Incorporated in ACT on 26/04/1983. Code changed to Macquarie Group Limited (MQG) on 02/11/2007.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
See Upcoming Dividends for all ASX companies.
|DRP Features||No discount|
|Ms Rebecca Joy McGrath||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2021||
Ms Rebecca Joy McGrath
Ms McGrath has experience in the energy and industrial sectors and held several executive positions globally during her 25-year career at BP plc, including Chief Financial Officer of BP Australasia between 2008 and 2011. She was also previously a director of CSR Limited and Incitec Pivot Limited. Ms McGrath is currently Chairman of OZ Minerals Limited and a non-executive director of Goodman Group. She is a non-executive director of Investa Property Group, Chairman of Scania Australia and President of the Victorian Council of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is also a non-executive director of Kilfinan Australia.
|Mr Mike Roche||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2021||
Mr Mike Roche
Mr Roche has experience in the financial services sector, reflecting his early actuarial career and more than 30 years in corporate finance advice. He has a background in structured finance and the development of capital markets instruments. Between 1993 and 2016, he held a range of positions at Deutsche Bank, including ten years as Head of Mergers and Acquisitions. He was involved in many of Australia's takeovers and in the privatisation of energy and airport infrastructure. Mr Roche is currently a non-executive director of Wesfarmers Limited, MaxCap Group Limited and Six Park Asset Management. He is also a member of ADARA Partners Corporate Advisory Wise Counsel Panel and a non-executive Trustee Director of EISS Super. His not-for-profit positions include Small Business Mentor at Many Rivers Microfinance Limited and Founder and Director of the Sally Foundation.
|Ms Simon Kovacic||Assistant Company Secretary||Jun 2020|
|Ms Jillian Rosemary Broadbent||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2018||
Ms Jillian Rosemary Broadbent
Ms Broadbent has investment banking industry knowledge and markets expertise, including knowledge of risk management and regulation in these areas. She also has executive management and listed company board experience. She spent 22 years at Bankers Trust Australia until 1998, initially as the economic strategist and then as executive director responsible for risk management and derivatives in foreign exchange, interest rates and commodities. She was also a Member of the Reserve Bank of Australia Board between 1998 and 2013 and has previously served as Chair of the Board of Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC). She is the director of Woolworths Group Limited (since January 2011). Her Other current directorships/appointments includes Chair of Swiss Re Life & Health Australia Limited, Chancellor of University of Wollongong, Director of National Portrait Gallery of Australia and Sydney Dance Company. She is a member of the Risk Committee.
|Mr Philip Mathew Coffey||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2018||
Mr Philip Mathew Coffey
Mr Coffey served as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Westpac Banking Corporation, from April 2014 until his retirement in May 2017. As the Deputy CEO, he had the responsibility of supporting relationships with key stakeholders of Westpac including industry groups, regulators, customers and government. He was also responsible for the Group's Mergers & Acquisitions function. Prior to this role, he held a number of executive positions at Westpac including Chief Financial Officer and Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank. He has led operations based in Australia, New Zealand, United States and the United Kingdom and Asia and has experience in financial markets, funds management, balance sheet management and risk management. He began his career at the Reserve Bank of Australia and has also held executive positions at the AIDC Limited and Citigroup. He is a Director of Lendlease Corporation Limited (since January 2017). His other current directorships/appointments includes as a Director of Clean Energy Finance Corporation. He is a member of the Risk Committee.
|Ms Shemara Wikramanayake||Executive Director,Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director||Aug 2018||
Ms Shemara Wikramanayake
Executive Director,Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director
Ms Wikramanayake worked as a corporate lawyer at Blake Dawson Waldron in Sydney. Her current directorships/appointments includes as Commissioner of Global Commission on Adaptation, Member of Climate Finance Leadership Initiative.
|Mr Glenn R Stevens||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2017||
Mr Glenn R Stevens
Mr Stevens worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) for 20 years and, as well as Australia's inflation targeting framework for monetary policy, played a role in central banking internationally. Most recently, he was Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia between 2006 and 2016. He has also made contributions to a of Australian and international boards and committees, including as chair of the Australian Council of Financial Regulators between 2006 and 2016, as a member of the Financial Stability Board and on a range of G20 committees. His Other current directorships/appointments includes Chair of NSW Generations Fund Advisory Board, member of Investment Committee, NWQ Capital Management, Deputy Chair of Temora Aviation Museum and director of Lowy Institute & Anika Foundation. He is the chairman of Risk Committee.
|Ms Nicola Wakefield Evans||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2014||
Ms Nicola Wakefield Evans
Ms Evans is an experienced Non Executive Director and has management and legal experience having spent 29 years at King & Wood Mallesons (20 years as a partner). She was a corporate finance lawyer and has Asia Pacific experience and has particular expertise in the financial services, resources and energy, and infrastructure sectors. She held several management positions at King & Wood Mallesons including Managing Partner International in Hong Kong and Managing Partner, Practice in Sydney. She is a director of Lendlease Corporation Limited (since September 2013), a listed company. Her Other current directorships/appointments includes Chair of 30% Club Australia, member of Takeovers Panel & National Board and director of MetLife Insurance Limited, MetLife General Insurance Limited, Clean Energy Finance Corporation, UNSW Foundation Limited & GO Foundation Board. She is the chairman of Governance and Compliance and member of Risk Committee.
|Ms Ida M Lawrance||Assistant Company Secretary||Jan 2014|
|Mr Michael J Coleman||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2012||
Mr Michael J Coleman
Mr Coleman had a career as a senior audit partner with KPMG for 30 years. During his time with KPMG, he was a providing financial services, audit and advisory services to banks, investment banks and fund managers. He was KPMG's inaugural National Managing Partner Assurance and Advisory from 1998 to 2002, National Managing Partner for Risk and Regulation from 2002 to 2010, and Regional Leader for Asia Pacific Quality and Risk Management from 2002 to 2011. He has experience in risk management, financial and regulatory reporting and corporate governance. He has been the Chairman of ING Management Limited, a member of the Audit Committee of the Reserve Bank of Australia and a member of the Financial Reporting Council, including terms as Chairman and Deputy Chairman. He is a the Chairman of Bingo Industries Limited (since March 2017) which was listed in May 2017. His Other current directorships/appointments includes Chairman of Reporting Committee of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Member of National Board and NSW Council, Chairman of Planet Ark Environmental Foundation, Adjunct Professor at Australian School of Business, UNSW, Board member of Legal Aid NSW and Governor of Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine & Cell Biology. He is a member of the Governance and Compliance and Risk Committee.
|Ms Diane Jennifer Grady||Non-Executive Director||May 2011||
Ms Diane Jennifer Grady
Ms Grady has international experience in industries, having spent 25 years as a full time independent director of public companies and non profit boards and as a partner with McKinsey & Co where for 15 years she consulted with clients in financial services, insurance, retailing, telecommunications, consumer goods and manufacturing industries. Her previous boards include Woolworths, BlueScope, Lendlease, MLC, Goodman Group and the Sydney Opera House. She has also served as President of Chief Executive Women and Chair of Ascham School. At McKinsey she was a firm leader of the Organisation, Culture and Change Management Practice and in Australia she assist clients for service improvement, innovation, and marketing strategies. She has worked for three years as a journalist in Asia. She was director of Spotless Group Holdings Limited (March 2014 - July 2017) Her Other current directorships/appointments includes Chair of The Hunger Project Australia, Member of Heads Over Heels Advisory Board, Member of NFP Chairs Forum and director of Tennis Australia & Grant Thornton Australia Board. She is member of the Governance and Compliance and Risk Committee.
|Mr Peter Hastings Warne||Non-Executive Director,Non-Executive Chairman||Jul 2007||
Mr Peter Hastings Warne
Non-Executive Director,Non-Executive Chairman
Mr Warne has knowledge and experience in financial services and investment banking through senior roles at Bankers Trust Australia Limited, including as Head of its global Financial Markets Group from 1988 to 1999. He was a Director of the Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) from 1990 to 1999, then from 2000 to 2006. He served as Deputy Chairman of the SFE from 1995 to 1999. He has previously served as Chairman of ALE Property Group from 2003 to 2017 and OzForex Group Limited (now trading as OFX Limited) from 2013 to 2016, and as Deputy Chairman of Crowe Horwath Australasia Limited from 2008 to 2015. His other current directorships/appointments includes Chairman of New South Wales Treasury Corporation, Member of Macquarie University Faculty of Business and Economics Industry Advisory Board, Member of ASIC Director Advisory Panel and board member of Allens. He is also a member of the Risk Committee.
|Mr Dennis Leong||Company Secretary||N/A|
MQG directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
See Director Transactions for all ASX companies.
|02/07/21||Glenn Stevens||Issued||38||$149.447||$5,679||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|02/07/21||Diane Grady||Issued||222||$149.446||$33,177||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|30/06/21||Shemara Wikramanayake||Expiry||14,278||$156.43||$2,233,507||As advised by the company|
|21/05/21||Shemara Wikramanayake||Buy||+47,088||$151.28||$7,123,472||Conversion of securities|
|21/05/21||Shemara Wikramanayake||Exercise||47,088||$151.28||$7,123,472||Conversion of securities|
|10/05/21||Rebecca McGrath||Buy||+675||$157.55||$106,346||On-market trade|
|22/12/20||Diane Grady||Issued||95||$139.074||$13,212||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|22/12/20||Glenn Stevens||Issued||30||$139.067||$4,172||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|22/12/20||Glenn Stevens||Issued||16||$139.063||$2,225||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|22/12/20||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Issued||69||$139.072||$9,596||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|18/08/20||Glenn Stevens||Buy||+800||$127.50||$102,000||On-market trade|
|06/08/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Buy||+17,721||$124.804||$2,211,655||Conversion of securities|
|06/08/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Exercise||17,721||$124.804||$2,211,655||Conversion of securities|
|04/08/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Issued||32,575||$125.24||$4,079,693||Issue of securities|
|04/08/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Issued||139,266||$112.15||$15,618,681||Issue of securities|
|03/07/20||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Issued||113||$110.469||$12,483||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|03/07/20||Diane Grady||Issued||157||$110.465||$17,343||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|03/07/20||Glenn Stevens||Issued||37||$110.459||$4,087||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|03/07/20||Glenn Stevens||Issued||26||$110.462||$2,872||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|01/07/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Cancelled||17,721||$120.74||$2,139,633||Cancellation of securities|
|02/06/20||Michael Hawker||Issued||199||$100.00||$19,900||Issue of securities|
|02/06/20||Jillian Broadbent||Issued||1,500||$100.00||$150,000||Issue of securities|
|02/06/20||Diane Grady||Issued||366||$100.00||$36,600||Issue of securities|
|21/05/20||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+500||$105.54||$52,770||On-market trade|
|20/05/20||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+1,500||$102.925||$154,387||On-market trade|
|19/05/20||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+2,000||$104.54||$209,080||On-market trade|
|18/05/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Exercise||44,447||$102.20||$4,542,483||Conversion of securities|
|18/05/20||Shemara Wikramanayake||Buy||+44,447||$102.20||$4,542,483||Conversion of securities|
|18/05/20||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+2,000||$101.98||$203,960||On-market trade|
|14/05/20||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+1,380||$103.42||$142,719||On-market trade|
|13/05/20||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+2,620||$103.697||$271,686||On-market trade|
|18/12/19||Glenn Stevens||Issued||30||$135.47||$4,064||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|18/12/19||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Issued||125||$135.47||$16,934||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|18/12/19||Diane Grady||Issued||175||$135.47||$23,707||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|18/12/19||Glenn Stevens||Issued||40||$135.47||$5,419||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|30/09/19||Michael Hawker||Issued||125||$120.00||$15,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Gary Banks||Issued||125||$120.00||$15,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Philip Coffey||Issued||500||$120.00||$60,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Issued||125||$120.00||$15,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Jillian Broadbent||Issued||125||$120.00||$15,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Jillian Broadbent||Issued||125||$120.00||$15,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Diane Grady||Issued||125||$120.00||$15,000||Participation in share purchase plan|
|30/09/19||Michael Coleman||Issued||125||$1.96||$245||Participation in share purchase plan|
|15/08/19||Shemara Wikramanayake||Buy||+37,353||$118.00||$4,407,654||Conversion of securities|
|15/08/19||Shemara Wikramanayake||Issued||99,201||$80.185||$7,954,417||Issue of securities|
|15/08/19||Shemara Wikramanayake||Exercise||37,353||$118.00||$4,407,654||Conversion of securities|
|06/08/19||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+2,000||$119.42||$238,840||On-market trade|
|06/08/19||Glenn Stevens||Buy||+200||$119.90||$23,980||On-market trade|
|03/07/19||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Issued||164||$121.45||$19,918||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|03/07/19||Glenn Stevens||Issued||46||$121.45||$5,587||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|03/07/19||Diane Grady||Issued||269||$121.45||$32,670||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|14/05/19||Shemara Wikramanayake||Buy||+46,258||$117.50||$5,435,315||Conversion of securities|
|14/05/19||Shemara Wikramanayake||Exercise||46,258||$117.50||$5,435,315||Conversion of securities|
|13/05/19||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Buy||+500||$120.41||$60,205||On-market trade|
|10/05/19||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Buy||+500||$125.30||$62,650||On-market trade|
|07/05/19||Glenn Stevens||Buy||+1,000||$125.225||$125,225||On-market trade|
|27/03/19||Diane Grady||Buy||+500||$100.00||$50,000||Purchase of convertibles|
|27/03/19||Jillian Broadbent||Buy||+4,000||$100.00||$400,000||Purchase of convertibles|
|18/12/18||Glenn Stevens||Issued||29||$113.86||$3,302||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|05/11/18||Glenn Stevens||Buy||+500||$122.70||$61,350||On-market trade|
|15/08/18||Nicholas Moore||Issued||148,005||$113.76||$16,837,049||Issue of securities|
|15/08/18||Nicholas Moore||Exercise||68,933||$125.50||$8,651,092||Conversion of securities|
The current holdings of MQG directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Nicola Wakefield Evans||22/12/2020||0||7,111||N/A||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Macquarie Group Limited||31/03/2021||22,142,064||6.12|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|17-05-21||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||18,724,693||--||5.18|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|24-06-21||The Vanguard Group,Inc||17,726,376||5.00||--|
|19-05-21||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||18,724,693||5.18||--|
|Year||Closing Price||Last Trade|
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