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January 16, 2015
Jan 15, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Calgary Flames goalie Joni Ortio (37) makes a save in front of Arizona...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
NHL: Calgary Flames at Arizona Coyotes
Jan 15, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Calgary Flames goalie Joni Ortio (37) makes a save in front of Arizona Coyotes right wing David Moss (18) during the first period at Gila River Arena. The Flames won 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports
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January 16, 2015
Jan 15, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman (6) skates with the puck past...
Glendale, UNITED STATES
NHL: Calgary Flames at Arizona Coyotes
Jan 15, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman (6) skates with the puck past Arizona Coyotes right wing David Moss (18) during the first period at Gila River Arena. Mandatory Credit: Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports
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May 20, 2008
Allan Moss, Managing Director and Chief Executive of Macquarie Group Limited, addresses a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
Allan Moss, Managing Director and CEO of Macquarie Group Limited, addresses a news conference in central...
Allan Moss, Managing Director and Chief Executive of Macquarie Group Limited, addresses a news conference in central Sydney May 20, 2008. Macquarie Group Limited, Australia's top investment bank, said its second-half earnings barely grew and warned it would struggle to avoid a drop in profit this year, sending its shares down 5.3 percent. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
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May 20, 2008
Allan Moss, Managing Director and Chief Executive of Macquarie Group Limited, leaves a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
Allan Moss, Managing Director and CEO of Macquarie Group Limited, leaves news conference in central Sydney...
Allan Moss, Managing Director and Chief Executive of Macquarie Group Limited, leaves a news conference in central Sydney May 20, 2008. Macquarie Group Limited, Australia's top investment bank, said its second-half earnings barely grew and warned it would struggle to avoid a drop in profit this year, sending its shares down 5.3 percent. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
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May 20, 2008
Allan Moss, Managing Director and Chief Executive of Macquarie Group Limited, addresses a news conference...
Sydney, Australia
Allan Moss, Managing Director and CEO of Macquarie Group Limited, addresses news conference in central...
Allan Moss, Managing Director and Chief Executive of Macquarie Group Limited, addresses a news conference in central Sydney May 20, 2008. Macquarie Group Limited, Australia's top investment bank, said its second-half earnings barely grew and warned it would struggle to avoid a drop in profit this year, sending its shares down 5.3 percent. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
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November 13, 2007
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss listens to questions during a half-year results...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Group Ltd CEO Moss at a half-year results news conference in Sydney
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss listens to questions during a half-year results news conference in Sydney November 13, 2007. Macquarie Group Ltd, Australia's biggest investment bank, reported a 26 percent rise in second-quarter profit, helped by strong growth in Asia and takeover activity, but its shares fell 5 percent on a cautious outlook.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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November 13, 2007
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss listens to questions during a half-year results...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Group Ltd CEO Moss at a half-year results news conference in Sydney
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss listens to questions during a half-year results news conference in Sydney November 13, 2007. Macquarie Group Ltd, Australia's biggest investment bank, reported a 26 percent rise in second-quarter profit, helped by strong growth in Asia and takeover activity, but its shares fell 5 percent on a cautious outlook.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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November 13, 2007
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss answers a question during a half year results...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Group Ltd CEO Moss at a half year results news conference in Sydney
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss answers a question during a half year results news conference in Sydney November 13, 2007. Macquarie Group Ltd, Australia's biggest investment bank, reported a 26 percent rise in second-quarter profit, helped by strong growth in Asia and takeover activity, but its shares fell 5 percent on a cautious outlook.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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November 13, 2007
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss listens to questions during a half year results...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Group Ltd CEO Moss at a half year results news conference in Sydney
Macquarie Group Ltd Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss listens to questions during a half year results news conference in Sydney November 13, 2007. Macquarie Group Ltd, Australia's biggest investment bank, reported a 26 percent rise in second-quarter profit, helped by strong growth in Asia and takeover activity, but its shares fell 5 percent on a cautious outlook.
REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 19, 2007
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) listens to Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss during a media...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chairman Clarke listens to CEO Moss during a media briefing in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) listens to Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss during a media briefing before their Annual General Meeting in Sydney July 19, 2007. Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday first-quarter profits were substantially higher than a year ago, and forecast continued strong growth. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
MACQUARIE/OUTLOOK
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July 19, 2007
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss attends a media briefing before their Annual General...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss attends a media briefing before their Annual General...
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss attends a media briefing before their Annual General Meeting in Sydney July 19, 2007. Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday first-quarter profits were substantially higher than a year ago, and forecast continued strong growth. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
MACQUARIE/OUTLOOK
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July 19, 2007
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) and Chief Executive Allan Moss laugh during a media briefing...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chairman Clarke and CEO Moss laugh during a media briefing in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) and Chief Executive Allan Moss laugh during a media briefing before their Annual General Meeting in Sydney July 19, 2007. Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday first-quarter profits were substantially higher than a year ago, and forecast continued strong growth. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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May 15, 2007
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss arrives for a news...
Sydney, Australia
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Moss arrives for a news conference...
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss arrives for a news conference in Sydney May 15, 2007. The bank earned a A$1.463 billion (US$1.219 billion) net profit for the fiscal year ended March, well above analysts' forecasts, with a 69 percent jump in second-half profit on strong deal flow and robust equity markets. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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May 15, 2007
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss listens during...
Sydney, Australia
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Moss listens during a news...
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss listens during a news conference in Sydney May 15, 2007. The bank earned a A$1.463 billion (US$1.219 billion) net profit for the fiscal year ended March, well above analyst's forecasts, with a 69 percent jump in second-half profit on strong deal flow and robust equity markets. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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May 15, 2007
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss (2nd L) speaks...
Sydney, Australia
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Moss speaks during a news...
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss (2nd L) speaks as (L-R) Chairman David Clarke, Chief Financial Officer Greg Ward and Deputy Managing Director Richard Sheppard listen during a news conference in Sydney May 15, 2007. The bank earned a A$1.463 billion (US$1.219 billion) net profit for the fiscal year ended March, well above analysts' forecasts, with a 69 percent jump in second-half profit on strong deal flow and robust equity markets. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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May 15, 2007
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss speaks during a...
Sydney, Australia
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Moss speaks during a news...
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss speaks during a news conference in Sydney May 15, 2007. The bank earned a A$1.463 billion (US$1.219 billion) net profit for the fiscal year ended March, well above analyst's forecasts, with a 69 percent jump in second-half profit on strong deal flow and robust equity markets. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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May 15, 2007
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss listens during...
Sydney, Australia
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Moss listens during a news...
Investment bank Macquarie Bank Ltd's Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss listens during a news conference in Sydney May 15, 2007. The bank earned a A$1.463 billion (US$1.219 billion) net profit for the fiscal year ended March, well above analyst's forecasts, with a 69 percent jump in second-half profit on strong deal flow and robust equity markets. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
FINANCIAL AUSTRALIA MACQUARIE
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July 20, 2006
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss speaks during a news conference in Sydney July 20,...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank CEO Moss speaks during news conference in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss speaks during a news conference in Sydney July 20, 2006.
Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday it had a strong first quarter and expected fiscal 2007 profit to be higher, despite unsettled equity markets delaying some asset sales. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
FINANCIAL AUSTRALIA MACQUARIE
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July 20, 2006
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss speaks during a news conference in Sydney July 20,...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank CEO Moss speaks during news conference in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss speaks during a news conference in Sydney July 20, 2006. Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday it had a strong first quarter and expected fiscal 2007 profit to be higher, despite unsettled equity markets delaying some asset sales. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
FINANCIAL AUSTRALIA MACQUARIE
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July 20, 2006
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) listens to Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) speak during...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chairman Clarke listens to CEO Moss speak during new conference in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) listens to Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) speak during a new conference in Sydney July 20, 2006. Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday it had a strong first quarter and expected fiscal 2007 profit to be higher, despite unsettled equity markets delaying some asset sales. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
FINANCIAL AUSTRALIA MACQUARIE
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July 20, 2006
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) points to a journalist during a new conference in Sydney as...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chairman Clarke points to journalist during new conference in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L) points to a journalist during a new conference in Sydney as the bank's Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss sits beside him July 20, 2006. Macquarie Bank Ltd., Australia's largest investment bank, said on Thursday it had a strong first quarter and expected fiscal 2007 profit to be higher, despite unsettled equity markets delaying some asset sales. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) looks across to bank chairman...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank CEO Moss looks across to bank chairman Clarke during a briefing in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) looks across to bank chairman David Clarke (L) during a briefing announcing the company's half-yearly results in Sydney November 15, 2005. Australian investment bank Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but shares fell after it forecast slowing fee growth in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L), Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan moss (C)...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chairman Clarke, CEO moss and CFO Ward prepare for an informal photo opportunity in Sydney...
Macquarie Bank Chairman David Clarke (L), Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan moss (C) and Chief Financial Officer Greg Ward (R) prepare for an informal photo opportunity before attending an analysts briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Australian investment bank Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but shares fell after it forecast slowing fee growth in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss delivers the company's half-yearly...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank MD and CEO Moss delivers half-yearly results at briefing in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss delivers the company's half-yearly results at a briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Australian investment bank Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but shares fell after it forecast slowing fee growth in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss delivers the company's half-yearly...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank MD and CEO Moss delivers half-yearly results at briefing in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss delivers the company's half-yearly results at a briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Australian investment bank Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but shares fell after it forecast slowing fee growth in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss (L) is joined by Chief Financial Officer...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank officers Moss and Ward attend a news briefing in Sydney
Macquarie Bank Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss (L) is joined by Chief Financial Officer Greg Ward as they deliver the company's half-yearly results in Sydney November 15, 2005. Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but its shares fell after it warned fee growth from its managed funds might slow in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank chairman David Clarke (L) points to a questioner as Managing Director and Chief Executive...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank chairman Clarke points to a questioner as MD and CEO Moss looks on during a briefing announcing...
Macquarie Bank chairman David Clarke (L) points to a questioner as Managing Director and Chief Executive Allan Moss looks on during a briefing to announce the company's half-yearly results in Sydney November 15, 2005. Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but its shares fell after it warned fee growth from its managed funds might slow in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA FINANCIAL MACQUARIE
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November 15, 2005
Macquarie Bank chairman David Clarke (L) leads colleagues Allan Moss (C), Managing Director and Chief...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank Chairman Clarke leads colleagues Moss and Ward into a briefing to deliver half-year results...
Macquarie Bank chairman David Clarke (L) leads colleagues Allan Moss (C), Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Financial Officer Greg Ward into a briefing to deliver the company's half-year results in Sydney November 15, 2005. Australian investment bank Macquarie beat forecasts with an 88 percent rise in first-half profit on strong fee income from offshore expansion, but shares fell after it forecast slowing fee growth in the second half. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA MALAYSIA
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April 08, 2005
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) shakes hands with Malaysia's Prime Minister Abdullah...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank CEO Moss shakes hands with Malaysia's Prime Minister Badawi at a meeting in Sydney.
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) shakes hands with Malaysia's Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi at a meeting in Sydney April 8, 2005. The meeting gave Australian business leaders an opportunity to meet with Badawi for a roundtable discussion. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/PN
AUSTRALIA MALAYSIA
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April 08, 2005
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) chats with Malaysia's Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad...
Sydney, Australia
Macquarie Bank CEO Moss chats with Malaysia's Prime Minister Badawi at a meeting in Sydney.
Macquarie Bank Chief Executive Officer Allan Moss (R) chats with Malaysia's Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (L) at a meeting in Sydney April 8, 2005. The meeting gave Australian business leaders an opportunity to meet with Badawi for a roundtable discussion. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/PN
AIRLINES AUSTRALIA AIRPORT
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June 25, 2002
Australian Transport Minister John Anderson (L) gestures next to
Australian Finance Minister Nick Minchin...
Sydney, Australia
FEDERAL TRANSPORT AND FINANCE MINISTERS TALK WITH ALLAN MOSS AT SYDNEY
AIRPORT.
Australian Transport Minister John Anderson (L) gestures next to
Australian Finance Minister Nick Minchin (C) and Allan Moss (R), Chief
Executive officer of Macquarie Bank, after a media conference at Sydney
Airport June 25, 2002 announcing the world's largest ever airport
trade. Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport was sold by the government for
A$5.6 billion (US$3.2 billion) to the Southern Cross group, which is
led by Australia's Macquarie Bank, and is the biggest government trade
sale in Australian history. REUTERS/David Gray

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June 25, 2002
Australian Transport Minister John Anderson (C) laughs as he opens his
wallet with Nicholas Moore from...
Sydney, Australia
FEDERAL TRANSPORT AND FINANCE MINISTERS SMILE AFTER SELLING SYDNEY
AIRPORT.
Australian Transport Minister John Anderson (C) laughs as he opens his
wallet with Nicholas Moore from Macquarie Bank (L) as Australian
Finance Minister Nick Minchin (2L), Ulhrich Stucke, Managing Director
of constortium partner Hochtiet, and Allan Moss (R), Chief Executive
officer of Macquarie Bank, look on after a media conference at Sydney
Airport June 25, 2002 announcing the world's largest ever airport
trade. Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport was sold by the government for
A$5.6 billion (US$3.2 billion) to the Southern Cross group, which is
led by Australia's Macquarie Bank, and is the biggest government trade
sale in Australian history. REUTERS/David Gray

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AIRLINES AUSTRALIA AIRPORT
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June 25, 2002
Australian Transport Minister John Anderson (C) shakes hands with Allan
Moss, Chief Executive officer...
Sydney, Australia
FEDERAL TRANSPORT AND FINANCE MINISTERS SMILE AFTER SELLING SYDNEY
AIRPORT.
Australian Transport Minister John Anderson (C) shakes hands with Allan
Moss, Chief Executive officer of Macquarie Bank, as Australian Finance
Minister Nick Minchin (L) looks on after a media conference at Sydney
Airport June 25, 2002 announcing the world's largest ever airport
trade. Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport was sold by the government for
A$5.6 billion (US$3.2 billion) to the Southern Cross group, which is
led by Australia's Macquarie Bank, and is the biggest government trade
sale in Australian history. REUTERS/David Gray

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AUSTRALIA MACQUARIE
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June 25, 1999
MACQUARIE BANK MANAGING DIRECTOR MOSS LISTENS TO BANKERS TRUST AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIVE DURING MEDIA CONFERENCE...
Sydney, Australia
MACQUARIE BANK MANAGING DIRECTOR MOSS LISTENS TO BANKERS TRUST AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIVE DURING MEDIA ...
MACQUARIE BANK MANAGING DIRECTOR MOSS LISTENS TO BANKERS TRUST AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIVE DURING MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY.


Macquarie Bank Managing Director Allan Moss (R) listens to Bankers Trust (BT) Australia Group Managing Director Rob Ferguson speak during a media conference in Sydney June 25. Macquarie, Australia's largest investment bank, announced that it would acquire BT, its 'greatest rival', for around A$100 million (US$66 million). The announcement comes after last weeks news that Deutsche Bank AG had purchased BT Australia as part of its global takeover of Bankers Trust before on-selling the operations to US based Principal Financial Group who did not want to keep the investment bank.
AUSTRALIA MACQUARIE
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June 25, 1999
MACQUARIE BANK MANAGING DIRECTOR MOSS LISTENS TO BANKERS TRUST AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIVE DURING MEDIA CONFERENCE...
Sydney, Australia
MACQUARIE BANK MANAGING DIRECTOR MOSS LISTENS TO BANKERS TRUST AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIVE DURING MEDIA ...
MACQUARIE BANK MANAGING DIRECTOR MOSS LISTENS TO BANKERS TRUST AUSTRALIAN EXECUTIVE DURING MEDIA CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY.


Macquarie Bank Managing Director Allan Moss (R) listens to Bankers Trust (BT) Australia Group Managing Director Rob Ferguson speak during a media conference in Sydney June 25. Macquarie, Australia's largest investment bank, announced that it would acquire BT, its 'greatest rival', for around A$100 million (US$66 million). The announcement comes after last weeks news that Deutsche Bank AG had purchased BT Australia as part of its global takeover of Bankers Trust before on-selling the operations to US based Principal Financial Group who did not want to keep the investment bank.
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