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Macquarie Expands U.S. Financial Institutions Group with Appointment of Andrew Guida

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*Macquarie Expands U.S. Financial Institutions Group with Appointment of Andrew Guida*

· Andrew Guida joins Macquarie Capital as Managing Director in Bank & Thrift and Specialty Finance coverage
· Hiring strengthens Macquarie's active US financial institutions..


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