Macquarie Bank

Awards 2005

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Stellar demand from Australia's retail sector means that 2005 has been a good year for Macquarie Bank's derivatives business. The bank, which wins Asia Risk's House of the Year, Australia award for the second consecutive year, has capitalised on increased demand for equity-related products to enhance its position as one of the country's prime derivatives outfits.

In particular Macquarie's warrants business has gone from strength to strength over the past 12 months, says Jeff Weeden, executive

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