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Elena Bajic
2006

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Recommend to a friend

61%

Say this is a great place to work

60%

Proud to have on resume

76%

Most Helpful Positive Review

Former employee - Managing Director

Open flat culture great place to grow as an employee

Most Helpful Critical Review

Former employee - Managing Director

Culture is entrepreneurial , everyone for themselves , collaborate only if there is something in it for themselves , the highest levels are on a Tupperware structure. They zoom in when initiatives are about to take off to take the major share of the compensation for themselves . Some do not add value at all - others are ruthless

Former employee - Vice President

Ask a current staff in your aim department, learn about your future boss.

Former employee - Vice President

Culture could be a bit too aggressive - might be more productive to tone it down occasionally

Former employee - Vice President

Macquarie Group treats everyone as a customer.

Former employee - Vice President

Culture is driven and ambitious.

Former employee - Managing Director

Culture is entrepreneurial , everyone for themselves , collaborate only if there is something in it for themselves , the highest levels are on a Tupperware structure. They zoom in when initiatives are about to take off to take the major share of the compensation for themselves . Some do not add value at all - others are ruthless

Current employee - Vice President

Bad management

Current employee - Vice President

Bad pay, bad place to work

Former employee - Senior Vice President

Do not trust what they tell you.

Former employee - Senior Vice President

While working there, watch your back and be able to work without collaboration .

Former employee - Senior Vice President

Silo environment, not sure what other groups are doing-internal competition is good even at customers expense.

Current employee - Associate

Wish I could change the environment, diversity

Current employee - Associate

Home office in New York or bigger offices such as Houston may be better but remote offices are out of site out of mind. You are exposed and learn some great skills and it will help in interviews and for your resume but this isn't a long term place to work. You get paid okay, but not enough to validate the hours, environment, and management problems.

Current employee - Associate

Male dominated. Lack of management training/guidance/structure = poor managers = high turnover.

Current employee - Managing Director

The company needs a complete management shake up

Current employee - Managing Director

Cut throat competitive and poorly run

Current employee - Managing Director

If you were not Australian you were not a part of the team

Current employee - Vice President

Drastic improvement in opportunities and culture needed. Macquarie tends to play for the 2% co-manager roles. Too many senior execs treat it as a last chance to earn guaranteed bonuses from an out of touch Australian leadership.

Current employee - Vice President

Don't come in expecting typical investment banking opportunities or pay. Work is more entrepreneurial particularly as a VP. Not aure why an analyst would bother.. atleast associates have a hope of make VP. Juniors tend to do most of the work on the 2% co-manager roles Macq specializes in, in the US market. Limited resources or recognition so making a career is hard. Best bet is to take a private equity capital solutionto a small / mid sized company

Current employee - Vice President

Long hours like any other bank except the work is a lot more pitches and few if any transactions. Heads of groups are busy turning pages in a presentation rather than calling clients.

Former employee - Senior Vice President

Great place to learn, horrible place to make a career.