01 Jun 2023

Banking: The known unknowns

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

We might have reached the summit of bank earnings and the way down is uncertain

07 Jun 2023

Household debt growth: not on the cards

Mike Ebstein | Director, MWE Consulting

Australians are said to be saddled with debt, but what sort of debt is it? While housing finance debt continues to grow, personal debt is another story.

06 Jun 2023

Climate heats up the productivity challenge

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

The world is beginning to make critical efforts to tackle climate change but will it crowd out other forms of economic activity and stoke inflation?

05 Jun 2023

Opportunities and risks in an internationally ‘UNTIDI’ decade

Cameron Mitchell | Head of Geopolitical Risk, ANZ

Land war in Europe, tensions in the Taiwan Straits, the return of trade scuffles. Politics is again trumping trade. How do we plan for such an untidy world?

02 Jun 2023

Culture key to combating cybersecurity risk

Paul Kallenbach | Partner – Technology & Data, MinterEllison

Despite cyberattacks increasing in frequency and severity, organisations are under-prepared and under-resourced for the threat. Combating the threat requires culture change.

29 May 2023

In pictures: How is rent tracking

Felicity Emmett & Eliza Owen | Senior Economist, ANZ & Head of Australian Research, CoreLogic

Renters are the focus of the ANZ CoreLogic 2023 housing affordability report.

31 May 2023

Succession: beating the third generation “curse”.

James Dunlop | General Manager Private Banking & Advice

You can spend your life creating generational wealth only to see it squandered, leaving younger family members to start out with nothing. How do you avoid this fate?

30 May 2023

India – what’s all the excitement about?

Rufus Pinto | Country Head, India, ANZ Institutional

India has a remarkable history and story unlike any other. As it becomes the world’s most populous nation, it’s greatest chapter may still to be written.

29 May 2023

PODCAST: solving the rental crisis

Felicity Emmett | Senior Economist, ANZ

Australians who rent are facing the worst affordability in almost a decade. How did we get in this situation and where do we go from here?

26 May 2023

Testing the case for central bank digital currencies

Nigel Dobson | Banking Services Lead, ANZ

The use of central bank digital currencies is gathering pace and there is much work being done by banks and regulators to underpin how these emerging digital assets may be deployed.

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25 May 2023

Tapping into the benefits of energy efficiency

Mark Whelan | Group Executive Institutional, ANZ

Making better use of the energy we have today is both a reliable way to lower emissions and improve energy affordability.

17 May 2023

Never too late to find your passion

Maile Carnegie | Group Executive - Australia Retail, ANZ

Many people don’t land their dream job until later in life – so how do you know you’re on the right path?

24 May 2023

Asia debating which currency to peg its hopes on

Raymond Yeung | Chief Economist Greater China, ANZ

Ongoing calls for Hong Kong to change its $HK peg have intensified as the Chinese Yuan rises but there’s a difference between reserve currency status and exchange rate anchoring.

22 May 2023

How generative artificial intelligence can make engineers more efficient

Tim Hogarth | Chief Technology Officer, ANZ

Artificial intelligence has hit the headlines thanks to the text generation abilities of ChatGPT. But it may also help engineers free up time by producing software code.

19 May 2023

Data driven solutions: from driving quality in technology to violence prevention

Catherine Lockstone | Capability Area Lead – Quality Engineering at ANZ

Catherine Lockstone crunched data when she was on the board of Kara Family Violence Services. That work supported the findings of an Australian Royal Commission. Now she does similar work at ANZ, enhancing the quality of engineering.

18 May 2023

Banking Crises: size doesn’t matter

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Maintaining a vigilant and adaptable regulatory framework is essential as we enter a world where bank runs can be nearly instantaneous and small banks can have big repercussions.

15 May 2023

Collaboration is needed for central bank digital currencies (CBDC)

Julie Bolan | Head of Payments, APAC at Swift

Banking sector should keep a close eye on the rapidly evolving world of Central Bank Digital Currencies.

16 May 2023

New Zealand Outlook: Rates Ruffle Feathers

Sharon Zollner | Chief Economist New Zealand, ANZ

The labour market will weaken, housing will slow, business is moderating. The outlook for New Zealand is for a recession but are still more rate hikes needed?

11 May 2023

Cloud 101: silver linings playbook

Jaimee Salmon & Sally Lau | Cloud Transformation Specialist, Google & Cloud Capability Lead, ANZ

Your photos are stored there, your favourite tunes are filed there and, increasingly, billions of dollars are transacted there. It is the Cloud. And many of us are still learning what it is.

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