Andrew Low announced yesterday that he will leave Macquarie to pursue other interests, after nearly 20 years with the firm and its predecessor Bankers Trust Australia.
He will be taking gardening leave from the firm, but sources say he is interested in returning closer to China for his next venture. Low will also remain a consultant to Macquarie Capital Advisers.
Some sources say the news is a surprise to his colleagues, given that Low was seen as the second-in-charge at Macquarie Capital alongside the global head of investment banking, Michael Carapiet.
As many of you will be aware Andrew has been a leader of the Macquarie Capital business. He has...