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24 Feb 2021

Regulators rule on climate risk

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

With the US government back on board with addressing climate change risks, businesses and regulators are getting on with the job.

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25 Feb 2021

Stateometer: disparities in economic recovery

Bansi Madhavani, Adelaide Timbrell & Catherine Birch | Economists and Senior Economist, ANZ

Australia’s states and territories continue to rebuild from recession through the final quarter of 2020 but restrictions still pose risks.

24 Feb 2021

Under the hood: make an offer

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

As the Australian housing market continues to recover from the pandemic, one digital solution is making it easier than ever for buyers to purchase a home.

23 Feb 2021

Insolvency through the looking glass

Miles Grant | Senior Lawyer, ANZ

New insolvency laws will allow small and micro businesses to restructure with more simplicity and less red tape.

22 Feb 2021

Blasting through the bamboo ceiling

Julie Chai | Founder & CEO, The Asian Leadership Project

Order of Australia recipient Jenny Taing reflects on leadership and diversity in the financial services sector.

19 Feb 2021

A renewed future for Australia in renewables

David Roberts, Tsen Wong & Katherine O’Connor | Head of Project Advisory Corporate Finance, Head of Energy & Director Project and Export Finance, ANZ

The development of the renewable energy industry will create new investment and employment opportunities in Australia.

18 Feb 2021

Elliott: learning to flex in a changing world

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ CEO says the strength of the bank’s position came to the fore amid ongoing global and economic uncertainty.

18 Feb 2021

PODCAST: delving into the details

Jill Campbell | Head of Investor Relations, ANZ

Take a deeper look into ANZ’s Q1 trading update figures with the bank’s finance and risk experts.

17 Feb 2021

Paying the way through 2020

Mike Ebstein | Director, MWE Consulting

Cash crisis, credit risk: use of physical cash and credit cards contracted majorly in 2020 as consumers flocked to debit and digital payments.

16 Feb 2021

Transformation opportunities exist amid disruption

Tim Dring | Oceania Banking & Capital Markets Leader, EY

As banks look ahead into the new year, the trajectory of the world’s recovery remains critical to their profitability and growth.

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15 Feb 2021

Major projects pipeline: cracks appear

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Although spending on major projects is expected to rise dramatically over the next few years, pandemic-related uncertainty could slow progress.

11 Feb 2021

Consumers buy into buy now, pay later – for now

Alan Shields | Managing Director, Research and Advisory, RFi

It’s not just young consumers using buy now, pay later schemes anymore. And regulators are taking notice.

10 Feb 2021

Behind the ranks of the fintech revolution

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The past year has seen upheaval in the financial services industry. But – so far - it hasn’t been the traditional banks bearing the brunt.

09 Feb 2021

Cyber risks targeting the next gen

Erica Hardinge | Head of Security Enablement, ANZ

The rapid transition to online learning in 2020 left many children and education providers vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

08 Feb 2021

Conduct, culture and COVID-19

Dr Roger Miles | Faculty Lead - Conduct and Culture Academy, UK Finance

The COVID-19 pandemic brought into focus the clear need for the financial services industry to look at all aspects of culture.

03 Feb 2021

Business outlook: digital as usual

Lisa Vasic | MD Transaction Banking, ANZ Institutional

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed digital transformation to the top of the priority list for many businesses in 2020.

01 Feb 2021

Border forces: mixed impact

Catherine Birch & Hayden Dimes | Senior Economist & Economist, ANZ

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to infect the globe, ongoing international border closures are having both sector-specific and broader implications for the Australian economy.

01 Feb 2021

Pacific road to recovery requires regional solutions

Tessa Price & Kishti Sen | Regional Executive Pacific & International Pacific Economist, ANZ

Although the Pacific region avoided the COVID-19 health crisis it couldn’t dodge the economic crises. Support from Australia and New Zealand is critical for recovery.

04 Feb 2021

PODCAST: under the hood of ANZi

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

The investments and innovations arm of ANZ has been working hard to accelerate the bank’s digital evolution and more efficient customer service.

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How blockchain could disrupt banking

Blockchain technology has been propelled into the mainstream conversation of banking experts and investors.

Just a second…

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