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19 Oct 2018

Why we must enable banks to be enabled

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

Ahead of Sibos 2018, ANZ’s CEO shares his thoughts on five key themes set to dominate discourse at the conference.

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19 Oct 2018

SIBOS2018: blockchain, airports & the trade of the future

Vivek Gupta | Head of Trade & Supply Chain, Greater China & North Asia, ANZ

How distributed ledger platforms and ecosystems develop in the trade finance space will be fascinating to watch.

19 Oct 2018

SIBOS2018: fintech, speed dating & banking’s north star

Shane White | Senior production editor, bluenotes

Emerging technology in financial services is driving industry collaboration to an all-time high.

18 Oct 2018

Everything you need to know about Sibos

Jane Cooper | bluenotes contributor

So what is Sibos anyway? Our comprehensive explainer fills you in.

22 Oct 2018

SIBOS2018: full coverage

bluenotes contributors |

Read our full coverage of the Sibos 2018 conference in Sydney.

19 Oct 2018

The ASEAN opportunity continues to excel

Khoon Goh | Head of Asia Research, ANZ

The scale of the ASEAN opportunity is still often underestimated by Australian business.

18 Oct 2018

Farmers supporting each other through the drought

Jason Wadley | Regional Executive, NSW South West, ANZ

Positivity in Henty despite growing pressures on the farming community.

16 Oct 2018

Defining equality: not simple. But necessary

Jo Masters & Bianca Hartge-Hazelman | Senior Economist, ANZ & Founder, Financy Women’s Index

The latest Financy Women’s Index Progress Target sets out clear, achievable goals for economic gender equality.

12 Oct 2018

A cyber-pact to make the team stronger

Lynwen Connick | CISO, ANZ

The financial cost of cybercrime grows every year – as does the human cost.

15 Oct 2018

Sick babysitters & five tips for the ‘perfect’ work-life balance

Katie Bennett-Stenton | National Marketing Lead, Energy & Resources, Deloitte

Workplaces which provide flexibility are helping staff make the most of their lives – and those of their families.

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11 Oct 2018

Down, down, sentiment is down

Daniel Gradwell | Senior Economist, ANZ

Sentiment in the residential property segment has fallen to the lowest level since 2012.

11 Oct 2018

New world order: stuck in the middle with Trump

Tony Walker | Author and Former Editor

The US-China trade war will not be good for Australia – particularly the agribusiness sector.

17 Oct 2018

Women without borders

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

For innovation we need more women, more internationalists and more internationalist women.

09 Oct 2018

PODCAST: busting disability myths

Andrew Maxwell | Knowledge & Development Manager, Diversity Council Australia

Organisations must do more to include people with a disability into their teams and workspaces.

08 Oct 2018

Cybersecurity risk in business – it’s personal

Cosi De Angelis | GM Transaction Banking & Asset Finance Solutions, ANZ

To truly assess risk, a digital business strategy must consider cyber risks inside the business and the home.

12 Oct 2018

Slim Secret’s secrets to China

Mark Hand | Group Executive, Australia Business and Private Bank, ANZ

Australian health snack brand Slim Secrets made it big by helping Chinese consumers stay small.

10 Oct 2018

The quick (and the rest) in treasury

Farhan Faruqui | Group Executive International, ANZ

The rapidly evolving financial landscape is ensuring the shift from operational treasury to strategic treasury is virtually complete.

05 Oct 2018

The rise of boss women

Katie Lahey | Executive Chairman, Korn Ferry Australasia

Could your organisation’s next CEO be a woman? If not you need to change the future, says Korn Ferry’s executive chairman.

04 Oct 2018

What does success look like in housing policy?

Joanne Masters & Richard Yetsenga | Senior Economist & Chief Economist, ANZ

Improving housing affordability is important but not everyone will (or should) own a home. Choice is an overlooked factor in the debate.

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