in leasing and asset finance, offering tailored debt and finance solutions and asset remarketing, sourcing and trading. Real Estate Banking Division (REB) REB is an international business focused on managing balance sheet positions across a number of locations and products. Its global expertise encompasses listed and unlisted real estate funds management, asset management, real estate investment, advisory, development management and real estate project and development financing with businesses located in Australia, Asia, North America, the U.K. and Africa. Significant Events In August 2009, the comany has set up a joint venture with China Everbright Ltd., to launch two funds for investment in infrastructure businesses in Greater China, focusing on core infrastructure. Gulf Finance House EC announced that it intends to establish a joint Islamic financial services platform in the Middle East with Macquarie Group Ltd. The platform would offer a range of wholesale Shariah compliant financial services solutions to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. In August 2009, Macquarie Group Ltd. has announced the establishment of a trust company in China. The company announced that it would establish a trust company joint venture in mainland China. The venture would enable the company to offer RMB products and arrange domestic debt and equity financing. Beijing Sanjili Energy Company Ltd. (Sanjili) and Beijing Rongda Investment Co. Ltd. (Rongda) would be partners of the venture. History Macquarie Group Limited was founded in 1969.
macquarie group ltd
(MQG:Australian Stock Exchange Ltd)
No.1 Martin Place
Sydney, NSW 2000
Phone: 61 2 8232 3333
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