A Wall Street operator with deep experience in corporate finance and fundraising has rejoined Macquarie Group, according to a press release.
Guillermo Marroquin, who has worked for JPMorgan Chase and Lehman Brothers, has left placement agent Campbell Lutyens to re-up with Macquarie. His first stint with the Australia-based financial services provider lasted from 2006 to 2010.
For his return Marroquin, who was born in Venezuela, will be “responsible for marketing” infrastructure for Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) in North and South America as a managing director in its private placement group, Macquarie said.
He will be based in Chicago. A Macquarie spokeswoman noted MIRA has 11 people in its North America private placement unit. MIRA vice chairman Ray Cosman in a statement praised Marroquin for his “extensive” Rolodex in Latin America as well as the US Midwest.
Marroquin had been covering the Midwest, Southwest, as well as South America for Campbell Lutyens, a top notch placement agent that has raised capital for Meridiam Infrastructure. He joined Campbell Lutyens in 2010 as senior vice president.
Marroquin was a leveraged finance professional at JPMorgan and was a fixed income trader with defunct Lehman Brothers. He also sold distressed debt for Bank of New York Capital Markets.