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07 Apr 2021

From banking system to ecosystem

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

All companies – including banks – must move away from selling particular products and think about the total consumer experience.

TOP STORIES

16 Apr 2021

European Union’s green reality check

Khalil Hegarty, Kristen Bondietti & Jon Berry | Directors, ITS Global

Regulation around positive environmental outcomes is key to the European Union’s new trade agreement focus.

14 Apr 2021

Investor confidence renewed in renewables

Simon Scott & Joel Reid | Partner and Head of Energy + Resources Group & Energy Group Partner, MinterEllison

Despite local challenges, market sentiment for the Australian renewables sector is improving.

14 Apr 2021

Hope still remains for India recovery

Rini Sen | Economist - India, ANZ

In the midst of a major second wave of infections, India’s economy is actually holding up better than expected.

13 Apr 2021

Investments making an impact

Dan Simpson | Head of Impact Investing, ANZ Private Banking

Impact investing continues to grow globally as investors look to contribute positively to social or environmental outcomes.

12 Apr 2021

Saying g’day, kia ora to bubble boost

Charlotte Heck-Parsch & Felicity Emmett | Economist & Senior Economist, ANZ

The commencement of the Australia-New Zealand travel bubble will bring benefits to both nation’s economies.

09 Apr 2021

The Pacific’s digital answer

Tessa Price | Regional Executive - Pacific Islands, ANZ

Digital banking is the answer to the Pacific’s geographic and under-banking challenges.

08 Apr 2021

PODCAST: rise of the machine (learning)

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

AI and machine learning can make banking faster, easier and better for our customers and our people. Here’s how some of our teams are embracing these new technologies.

06 Apr 2021

Economic growth: out of the sickbed into rehab

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

The economic cycle has powered through the recovery phase post-COVID and is now tracking steadily into expansion and growth.

31 Mar 2021

Under the hood: simplifying small business lending

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

There are hundreds of small business lending products and offerings available in the market. So how do you know which is the right one? ANZi alumnus Valiant makes it easier.

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01 Apr 2021

Improving outlook in institutional banking

Mark Whelan | Group Executive Institutional, ANZ

ANZ’s institutional bank has restructured and built on 150 years of trading in the Asia Pacific. Now economic growth is picking up, the bank is well placed to benefit.

30 Mar 2021

IN CHARTS: The divided states of COVID-19 in the US

Tom Kenny & Rini Sen | Senior International Economist and Economist, ANZ

Data and insights from ANZ Research show despite increased vaccinations across the US, daily cases of COVID-19 are edging up.

29 Mar 2021

Data, Technology and the Workforce of the Future

Alexis George | Deputy Chief Executive Officer & Group Executive Wealth Australia, ANZ

2020 crammed five years of evolution into one – that was true for workforces as well as technology and business operations.

26 Mar 2021

Post-COVID house prices leave 2020 behind

Felicity Emmett & Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist and Economist at ANZ

Australia’s housing market has had a strong recovery following a modest 2020. But millennial buyers are being left behind.

24 Mar 2021

When the barista is giving you crypto tips…

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The crypto bonanza continues. Tweets are now non-fungible works of art. But one piece of the digital landscape is more than hype: blockchain.

23 Mar 2021

Beyond Western leadership: lessons from ancient wisdom

Tammy Medard | Managing Director Institutional Australia, ANZ

The era of command-control style cultures has finished. Leaders must create space for collective decision making to engage their teams and achieve results.

22 Mar 2021

Are neo-banks here to stay? Or just a passing phase?

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

So-called "neo-banks" may aspire to take market share from the incumbents but will they ever get passed being “too small to save”?

19 Mar 2021

Q&A: Atlassian on finding flexibility in uncertainty

Gerard Florian | Group Executive Technology, ANZ

Atlassian Work Futurist says companies must move away from measuring productivity traditionally if they want to succeed in a distributed future – and learn to drop the rituals.

18 Mar 2021

Improving women’s financial capability critical to closing the gap

Jenefer Stewart | General Manager Business Banking, ANZ

Women’s financial capability and resilience took a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. If the economy is to truly recover, this gap must be closed.

OUT OF THE BLUE - a curation of fascinating stories from around the world

Divided sentiment

The gap between employer and employee expectations for the workplace has widened in a post-COVID world.

Blockchain’s domino effect

Bitcoin and banking aren’t the only things that will be transformed by blockchain technologies.

Who to follow: Adelaide Timbrell (@AdelaideTimbrel)

ANZ Economist shares insights from Australia’s housing and retail sectors and what the future may look like for future generations.

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