Macquarie’s Asia Equities Research wins multiple key awards in Institutional Investor’s 2021 Asia-Pacific Research Rankings

Macquarie’s Asia Equity Research team wins multiple key awards in Institutional Investor’s 2021 Asia (ex-Japan) Research Rankings, it is ranked No. 2 among regional / local brokers in Asia-Pacific region with six winning positions at firm level supported by 18 ranked analysts across the 11 countries / regions.1

“We are delighted to receive this recognition from Institutional Investor, which reflects the consistent quality of our team in offering unique and proprietary insights and analysis across Asia-Pacific to our clients,” said Jake Lynch, Head of Research, Asia at Macquarie Group. “At Macquarie, we empower our people to think innovatively and help clients uncover opportunities.”

The team achieved outstanding results in Australia/ New Zealand, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand, across a broad range of sectors including auto & auto parts, banks, basic metal, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, gaming & lodging, industrials, health care & pharmaceuticals, internet, oil & gas, and property (including REITs).

According to Institutional Investor, results were collated across 36 sectors, comprising 24 industries and 12 region sectors across the Asia-Pacific region.

For more than 25 years, Macquarie’s Equity Research Asia has delivered diversified knowledge, breakthrough ideas and sector themes for our institutional clients. Our dedicated team covers more than 830 stocks across Asia in 11 markets2. Outside of Asia, our coverage is complemented internationally by our specialised teams in the US and Australia, and partnerships with Kepler Cheuvreux in Europe.

  1. Source: Institutional Investor
  2. At 31 March 2021, covering 11 markets in Asia
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