Macquarie Capital names Philippines head amid reshuffle
Macquarie Capital, the corporate advisory, capital markets and principal investment arm of Macquarie Group, has appointed Justin Ocampo as a managing director and head of its Philippines office.
Justin Ocampo was previously vice president and the head of investment banking at First Metro Investment Corp, a Philippines investment bank, since 2010.
Ocampo has more than 20 years of industry experience under his belt. Before joining First Metro, he spent nine years at ABN Amro and was with Royal Bank of Scotland, where he covered the Philippines’ energy and utility sectors.
Macquarie Capital has also appointed Matthew Taylor as head of business services and Henry Elphick as a senior consultant to its European business.
Taylor will report to Jacques Callaghan, a senior managing director within Macquarie Capital, and Hugh Briggs, head of Macquarie Capital Europe’s Capital and Principal Solutions Group, which deploys capital to facilitate client transactions.
Matthew Taylor joins Macquarie from DC Advisory, with more than 10 years’ experience executing complex cross-border transactions in a range of businesses and services.
Elphick was previously joint head of European Healthcare Investment Banking at Jefferies, with nearly 20 years’ experience advising healthcare companies on M&A and capital raising, across healthcare services, medical technology and private equity, including transactions for Al Noor, Cygnet Health Care, Alliance Boots, Apax, Advent, Blackstone and Cinven.
In addition to his role with Macquarie, he is also chief executive UK healthcare market intelligence provider of LaingBuisson.