16 Oct 2019

The umpires decide on climate change

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Whatever the position on climate science, change is coming and customers and regulators are calling for it.


18 Oct 2019

Non-residential building capex: offices, hotels hold the fort

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Major project investment in the non-residential building sector is historically high after a surge in 2018-19.

17 Oct 2019

US-China trade: a temporary truce

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

An agreement may be in sight in the long-running US-China trade war. But history warns us of mirages.

15 Oct 2019

Olam Vietnam: sustainability more than catchphrase

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

ANZ CEO & Olam’s Prakash Jhanwer chat about Vietnam’s development and the role of purpose and social responsibility.

14 Oct 2019

Regional trade: more than two giants

Greg Earl | Writer, editor and consultant

Although the spotlight is firmly fixed on the US and China, other players are starting to receive attention in global trade.

08 Oct 2019

Aus housing: confidence continues to grow

Felicity Emmett | Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

Confidence in the residential property market has rebounded sharply, a positive sign for sellers.

11 Oct 2019

ANZ Board Minutes: is the golden era of banking over?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Ilana Atlas says this era of financial services – and corporate life – demands pace and flexibility.

10 Oct 2019

Brexit: lambs to the slaughter

Susan Kilsby & Sharon Zollner | NZ Agriculture Economist and NZ Chief Economist at ANZ

New Zealand’s lamb industry is watching closely as the UK tries to herd Brexit.

09 Oct 2019

Chongqing: balancing on the pillars of trade

Farhan Faruqui | Group Executive International, ANZ

The evolution of the Chongqing municipality will serve as an effective blueprint for future trade in China.

07 Oct 2019

South Australia: the state making a statement

Steve Radeski & Cherelle Murphy | State Agribusiness Manager, SA & Senior Economist, ANZ

Australia’s driest state has endured ups and downs but the agri industry and broader economy are heading north.

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04 Oct 2019

Betting big on future climates

Larry Marshall | Chief Executive, CSIRO

Australia must act now on climate change to retain our quality of life and economy, says CSIRO chief.

02 Oct 2019

Fintechs folding in

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The Bank of the Future would do well to look into the past as well as the fintech forecast.

01 Oct 2019

Public infrastructure investment: choppy waters

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Capital expenditure from public-backed major projects is expected to fall before the next wave of projects begins.

30 Sep 2019

Corn economics goes pop

James Culham | Director, Institutional Portfolio Management, ANZ

As the Australian economy ponders the impact of zero - or negative - interest rates, can the answer be found in corn?

03 Oct 2019

Renewing investment in renewables

Cherelle Murphy | Senior Economist, ANZ

In a climate of climate action demands, renewable energy continues to make a mark on investment and prices.

26 Sep 2019

Speaking up for culture

Clare Molan | Whistleblower Program Lead, ANZ

New whistleblower legislation will deliver value to both organisations and their wider communities.

25 Sep 2019

Government and CEOs: a complex two-step

Tim Nelson | CEO, Korn Ferry Australasia

The relationship between businesses and government is complicated but, if done right, can have benefits for all.

23 Sep 2019

Auditing culture to do better

Shane Buggle | Group General Manager Internal Audit, ANZ

Large organisations have complex cultures. Deeper understanding helps identify where change is needed.

24 Sep 2019

Climate change: shifting the economy

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

The impact of climate change on global economies is reaching boiling point.

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