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10 Aug 2022

Should there be a “C” for credibility in ESG?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

It could be time to move beyond ESG – not because it’s not important but because it’s too complex and too important to lump environmental, social and governance challenges together.

09 Aug 2022

New Zealand’s economy: on the edge

Miles Workman | Senior NZ Economist, ANZ

As central banks grapple with inflation and labour shortfalls, New Zealand’s economy will be hoping for a boost from exports and unemployment

04 Aug 2022

Higher Rates and inflation: ending Australia’s decade in the economic doldrums

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

With the Reserve Bank of Australia hiking interest rates, how much of those increases will be permanent?

08 Aug 2022

New ways to help business in the transition to net zero

Isaac Rankin | Managing Director - Commercial, ANZ

As consumers become more aware of the sustainability performance of businesses, it is increasingly important for SMEs to burnish their credentials.

05 Aug 2022

Economic shorts: The Labour Force Redeploys

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

While inflation is on the rise a strong labour market may insulate the Australian economy from a sharp deterioration.

03 Aug 2022

Succeeding together across geographies

Kathryn van der Merwe | Group Executive – Talent & Culture, ANZ

ANZ’s Head of Service Centres says companies must focus on flexibility, meaningful and interesting work and career progression to win the war for talent.

28 Jul 2022

China’s massive renewable energy investment

Betty Wang & Soni Kumari | Senior China Economist & Commodity Strategist, ANZ Institutional

As China aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 its infrastructure investment spend will boom – much of it in renewable energy projects and smart grids.

01 Aug 2022

Tokenised carbon credits to rejuvenate the global emissions market

Ryan McCall | CEO and co-founder, Zerocap

As more carbon credits become tokenised within a blockchain they’ll become more accessible and more easily traded, with significant benefits for emissions reduction efforts.

25 Jul 2022

Molyneux: half a century of learning through history

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Through mergers, crises, economic cycles, governments, with almost half a century at ANZ under his belt, technology and risk expert Rob Molyneux is logging off for good.

22 Jul 2022

The checkout: tracking Aussie food prices

Madeleine Swan | Director of FBA Insights, ANZ

Australian food bills have increased by more than many other developed countries because of the country’s status as a major food exporter to booming Asian economies.

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18 Jul 2022

Elliott: betting on Queensland, accelerating ANZ strategy

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ CEO says acquisition of Suncorp Bank is an investment in the bank’s Retail and Commercial operations, and the state of Queensland.

18 Jul 2022

Elliott: betting on Queensland, accelerating ANZ strategy

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ CEO says acquisition of Suncorp Bank is an investment in the bank’s Retail and Commercial operations, and the state of Queensland.

21 Jul 2022

Faruqui: value in Suncorp acquisition

Farhan Faruqui | CFO, ANZ

ANZ CFO Farhan Faruqui says Suncorp Bank is an attractive opportunity while ANZ businesses performed well this quarter.

18 Jul 2022

Helping Queensland capitalise on its moment in the sun

Jacqueline Auf der Maur | General Manager Retail Banking - QLD & NT, ANZ

ANZ’s acquisition of Suncorp Bank will significantly increase its exposure to the Sunshine State at a very important time.

18 Jul 2022

Elliott: a transformational advance for ANZ

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

Suncorp Bank is a terrific franchise and a natural fit with ANZ, according to CEO Shayne Elliott.

12 Jul 2022

Alternative finance services ruffle a few feathers

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Bigtech, fintech, DeFi, Neobank, Metabank… if it quacks the regulators will be duck hunting.

20 Jul 2022

The cash rate’s balancing act

David Plank | Head of Australian Economics at ANZ

ANZ Research has revised forecasts for Australia’s benchmark interest rate to reflect strong labour market momentum and clear upside risks to inflation.

11 Jul 2022

Ferguson: murky economics to be ongoing

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Hopes for a quick resolution to conditions battering global markets may be misplaced, according to author and historian Niall Ferguson.

11 Jul 2022

Ferguson: murky economics to be ongoing

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Hopes for a quick resolution to conditions battering global markets may be misplaced, according to author and historian Niall Ferguson.

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