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  • MAp recently announced it would return about A$1.5 billion to shareholders later this year, but wouldn't specify whether it will be in the form of a share buyback or cash distribution to investors.

    Macquarie Expects Weaker First Half

  • Macquarie once managed the fund but reclassified its 22% stake after MAp brought its management in-house.

    Macquarie Expects Weaker First Half

  • Macquarie's first half profit in fiscal 2011 was boosted by a A$114 million one-off gain from the reclassification of its investment in airport fund MAp Group.

    Macquarie Expects Weaker First Half

  • The group expects a roughly A$150 million net income contribution from MAp Group this financial year, an infrastructure fund in which Macquarie holds a stake.

    Macquarie Profit Falls, Outlook Cut

  • Middle Eastern MAp by Robert Chapman on Friday, Sep 1, 2006 at 6: 59: 54 AM

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  • The guidance assumes the group will receive a boost from an accounting reclassification of Macquarie's investment in MAp.

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  • MAp group said disruptions during October were estimated to have affected approximately 95,000 passengers at Sydney airport, but it expects to recapture some of that loss in November.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • "Domestic traffic growth was impacted significantly by disruptions including the Qantas grounding and industrial actions," MAp and Sydney Airport chief executive Kerrie Mather said.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • MAp, previously known as Macquarie Airports, said its investors will benefit from owning an increased interest in Sydney airport, which will be the company's sole focus.

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  • MAp also acquired the pension plan's 3.9 per cent interest in Copenhagen Airports at that time for 570-million Danish krone.

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