17 May 2019

Absence makes the team grow stronger

Dominic Price | Work Futurist at Atlassian

A culture of presenteeism can sometimes hold people back from working remotely which could be bad for business.


20 May 2019

Emissions busted

Kylie Swaine & Cosi D’Angelis | Asset Finance Manager & GM, Transaction Banking & Asset Finance Solutions, ANZ

To combat rising carbon emissions, one transport company is harnessing new hybrid electric technology.

13 May 2019

Aus housing: green shoots appearing

Adelaide Timbrell & Felicity Emmett | Economist & Senior Economist, ANZ

Are the sharpest declines of the Australian housing market downturn behind us?

16 May 2019

LONGREAD: trade war? Gimme shelter

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

The relationship between the US and China is reaching boiling point with outcomes which will impact many other nations, including Australia.

15 May 2019

Robots don’t like ESG

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Environmental, social and governance reporting may extend beyond the normal reporting criteria but it is highly important.

14 May 2019

Household budget pressures: it’s a long way to the shop

Adelaide Timbrell & David Plank | Economist & Head of Aus Economics, ANZ

Australian households are moving their spending away from retail to other goods and services, says ANZ Research.

07 May 2019

Modern Monetary Theory: crock or insight?

James Culham | Director, Institutional Portfolio Management, ANZ

The debate over MMT has hit the mainstream – so is it really that bad (or good)?

10 May 2019

Machine learning: change the way you think

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Increasing productivity returns and solving big problems are just some of the benefits of machine-learning algorithms.

09 May 2019

Japan: entering the Reiwa era

Elizabeth Masamune | Managing Director of @Asia Associates Japan

Celebrations in Japan have erupted at the beginning of a new era, so will Reiwa really bring beautiful harmony?

08 May 2019

How to understand China’s economy

Zhaopeng Xing & Raymond Yeung | Markets Economist and Chief Economist, Greater China at ANZ

The debate surrounding whether China is over-reporting its GDP is starting to heat up again. Here’s how the numbers work.

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03 May 2019

Instant help for SMEs to kit up

Guy Mendelson | Portfolio Lead - Business Owners, ANZ

New legislation will provide a helping hand to SMEs wanting to upgrade equipment or tools.

01 May 2019


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The complete story of ANZ’s 2019 half-year result in one place.

01 May 2019

Elliott: optimistic in tough conditions

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

CEO says ANZ is managing well through transformation and a tricky environment.

01 May 2019

In pictures: ANZ’s 2019 half-year result

Melissa Currie | Visual Production Editor, bluenotes

All the highlights of ANZ’s interim earnings in an easy-to-digest infographic.

01 May 2019

Jablko: benefits of staying disciplined

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Driving a better outcome for shareholders is key to capital allocation, says ANZ’s CFO.

30 Apr 2019

Bank to the future

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

As more and more competitors enter the arena, will traditional banks step up or do they – wrongly – fear competition?

29 Apr 2019

Can fintech keep up the pace?

Alex Trott | Banking Lead, Accenture Australia and New Zealand

The fintech market might be booming but can these nimble companies keep up with big corporates?

26 Apr 2019

Why bother surcharging?

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

Regulation around surcharging keeps changing and has become more confusing for retailers and consumers alike.

24 Apr 2019

VIDEO: it’s a steep learning curve on yield

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

Assessments of the US yield curve risk being too dogmatic, says ANZ Chief Economist.

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