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14 Nov 2018

Goh on China, the US & a looming Thucydides trap

Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong | Former Prime Minister of Singapore

The question is no longer if China & the US will collide - but when and what form it will take.

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21 Nov 2018

Stateometer: housing trouble

Cherelle Murphy & Jack Chambers | Senior Economist & Market Economist, ANZ

Continued weakness in Australia’s residential property markets helped dampen economic growth in the September quarter.

20 Nov 2018

Workplace diversity: we’ve got your back

Rochelle Johnson | Analyst, Group Technology & Pride Senior Leader, ANZ

This Transgender Day of Remembrance, it’s important to reflect on the next steps to equality for everyone.

20 Nov 2018

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bluenotes contributors |

Your feedback matters. Let us know your thoughts on the insights we offer in our five-minute survey.

20 Nov 2018

Change, tech & banking, from the floor

Charles Wachira | Associate Director, Institutional, ANZ

What do the coming changes in financial services mean for the bank employee of the future?

16 Nov 2018

Food & views: combining the best of NZ

Briar McCormack | New Zealand editor

Two of New Zealand’s biggest sectors have an opportunity to help each other - by turning tourists into customers.

15 Nov 2018

Bright times ahead for Sunraysia agri

Jason Marr | Regional Executive North West VIC, ANZ

Industry collaboration is starting to improve the bottom-line profitability of farmers in the Sunraysia region.

07 Nov 2018

New world order: trading up

Tony Walker | Author and Former Editor

The intangibles of an agreement drawing Australia and its neighbours closer may prove the biggest benefit.

13 Nov 2018

Getting a taste of New Zealand

Briar McCormack | New Zealand editor

We chat to an NZ SME which puts quality food and connection to the land at the centre of its business.

13 Nov 2018

What’s ahead for markets after the US elections?

Mark Rider & Shane Lee | Chief Investment Officer & Asset Allocation Strategist at ANZ

Complications mean the implications of this result will be felt well into the long term.

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09 Nov 2018

A tale of five cities

Daniel Gradwell & Brad Williamson | Senior Economist & State Director, Property – Business & Private Banking, ANZ

Property sentiment is tanking – but look outside NSW & Victoria and the story is a little different.

08 Nov 2018

Financial wellbeing: the three pillars

Kath Bray | Customer Engagement Lead, ANZ

At the heart of a bank’s social licence to operate is the financial wellbeing of the community.

31 Oct 2018

INFOGRAPHIC: ANZ’s full-year result in pictures

Melissa Currie | Visual Production Editor, bluenotes

See highlights of ANZ’s full-year result represented in an infographic.

05 Nov 2018

Gonski: simplification is critical

David Gonski | Chairman at ANZ

A better, simpler bank is more focused and easier to manage in an environment where regulation and compliance are increasing.

02 Nov 2018

A starter of support in NZ

Tony Field | bluenotes contributor

Entré is a student-run organisation helping young entrepreneurs get a start in business.

26 Oct 2018

Alicia and a story of online safety

Erica Hardinge | Head of Security Enablement, ANZ

Being safe online is as important for people at home as it is at work.

31 Oct 2018

ANZ fit for tough new world of banking: Elliott

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

ANZ CEO says bank is in the right shape for growth in an environment of change after small dip in cash profit.

31 Oct 2018

ANZ strategy paying off: Jablko

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Simplification drives improved capital flexibility, credit quality and continued lower costs in full year, CFO says.

31 Oct 2018

FULL COVERAGE: ANZ’s FY18 result

bluenotes contributors |

Everything you need to know about ANZ’s 2018 full-year result in one place.

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