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Macquarie plans expansion with Hunt appointment

Macquarie Bank, the Australian investment bank, has signalled a major push into the Irish market with the appointment of Colin Hunt, the former government adviser, to head its Irish activities.

13th October, 2007

Macquarie Bank, the Australian investment bank, has signalled a major push into the Irish market with the appointment of Colin Hunt, the former government adviser, to head its Irish activities.

Macquarie, which is already shortlisted for the Dublin North Metro project, is expected to pursue other infrastructure projects following the appointment of Hunt.

Until recently, Hunt worked as special adviser with Brian Cowen, the Minister for Finance. Hunt has been appointed as divisional director responsible...

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