Macquarie Asset Management Appoints Elise Vaudour as Senior Managing Director

Macquarie Asset Management has appointed Elise Vaudour to bolster its green investments division for wealth management clients. Returning to Macquarie Group, Elise assumes the role of Senior Managing Director and Head of Wealth for MAM Green Investments, operating from Paris. Leveraging her expertise, she aims to enhance the firm's product range to cater to the rising interest in alternative asset classes among private banking, family office, and wealth management clients.

In her newly established position, Elise will facilitate access for this rapidly expanding client base, as well as strategic partners, to the growing opportunities arising from the global energy transition across private and public markets. Drawing from her 15-year tenure at Macquarie Capital, where she served as Co-Head of Private Capital Markets globally, Elise brings a wealth of experience in infrastructure and energy investments. Her previous role involved spearheading the origination of such investments in France, positioning her as a key asset in driving Macquarie Asset Management's green investment initiatives forward.

Elise's career journey includes a stint at Eurazeo Infrastructure Partners after her tenure at Macquarie Capital, where she significantly contributed to fundraising, investor relations, and investment strategy. Beginning her professional journey at ABN Amro Bank's Structured Finance team, Elise's diverse background equips her to navigate the complexities of green investments and address the evolving needs of wealth management clients seeking sustainable investment opportunities.

Commenting on her appointment, Elise Vaudour said, “I am delighted to return to Macquarie at a time when the firm is evolving to meet the next phase of growth within private markets. Wealth management clients are seeking compelling investment solutions in alternative asset classes, and I believe Macquarie is well positioned to meet this increasing demand as the world’s largest infrastructure manager and a leading investor in the energy transition.”

Source: Macquarie