Company Overview of Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc.
Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc. is based in New York, New York. Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Macquarie Holdings (USA) Inc.
125 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Financial Institutions
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc. Key Developments
Macquarie Capital Appoints William Dobson as Managing Director and Head of Corporate Credit Trading in Credit Sales and Trading Group Effective September 26, 2016
Sep 22 16
Macquarie Group announced the appointment of William Dobson as Managing Director and Head of Corporate Credit Trading in Macquarie Capital’s Credit Sales and Trading group. Mr. Dobson will be responsible for trading leveraged loans and high yield bonds. Mr. Dobson will be based in Macquarie Capital’s New York office and plans to join the trading desk on September 26, 2016. Mr. Dobson has more than 25 years experience in leveraged loan trading and syndication. Mr. Dobson was most recently a Managing Director with Deutsche Bank, where he was Co-Head of the U.S. Loan Trading practice and oversaw daily cash loan trading activities with the firm’s sales force and loan market investors.
Macquarie Capital Names Guillermo Sierra as Managing Director in Infrastructure Group
Sep 20 16
Macquarie Capital announced the appointment of Guillermo Sierra as a managing director in Macquarie Capital’s Infrastructure Group. Mr. Sierra will cover the midstream energy and MLP space, including pipelines, LNG, terminals and gathering and processing plants. Mr. Sierra will be based in Macquarie Capital’s Houston office. Mr. Sierra has deep transaction experience including advising on a number of bellwether transactions in the sector. Mr. Sierra was most recently a Director with Credit Suisse based in Houston, where he focused on executing M&A transactions for midstream energy clients. Prior to Credit Suisse, Mr. Sierra was Chief Strategy Officer and Head of M&A for USD Group, where he was responsible for the M&A group as well as for the recapitalization, restructuring and go-public process for the company.
Macquarie Capital Appoints Sam Shah and Raghu Velamati as Managing Directors in its U.S. Technology, Media & Telecom Group
Aug 15 16
Macquarie Capital announced the appointment of Sam Shah and Raghu Velamati as Managing Directors in its U.S. Technology, Media & Telecom Group for Macquarie Capital. Mr. Shah and Mr. Velamati will be based in Macquarie’s Chicago office. Mr. Shah brings significant investment banking experience with a specific focus on M&A advisory, capital markets and leveraged financed transactions within the Knowledge and Business Services industries. He joins Macquarie from Credit Suisse, where he held a number of senior leadership positions most recently as Managing Director and Head of Knowledge Services and Technology. Mr. Shah led franchise coverage at Credit Suisse globally since 2010 and executed on more than 50 transactions including the $350 million IPO of Nord Anglia and the sale of Relias Learning to Bertelsmann. Mr. Velamati also joins Macquarie Capital from Credit Suisse, where he focused on M&A, leveraged loans, private placements and equity transactions within the Knowledge Services and Technology, Business and Consumer Services and Industrials sectors. Mr. Velamati participated in a number of transactions in the Knowledge Services and Technology space, including Rhone Capital’s acquisition of Global Knowledge and Hellman & Friedman’s $1.1 billion acquisition of Renaissance Learning.
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