15 Sep 2021

Taming capitalism’s nature

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Companies which find the right mix of financial growth and social good will ultimately succeed in the long-term.


28 Sep 2021

Future-proofing marketing capability

Kate Young | Senior Manager Customer Centricity & Capability, ANZ

What makes an effective customer experience is changing. And so must marketers.

27 Sep 2021

Geminder: running a business is a marathon, not a sprint

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

Finding the right mix of business and family has been the key to success for renowned Australian businesswoman Fiona Geminder.

23 Sep 2021

LIBOR’s swan song

Duncan Marshall & David Doyle | LIBOR Transition-Business & LIBOR Transition-Communications Lead, ANZ Institutional

With not long before non-US dollar LIBOR is relegated to the financial markets history books, firms that rely on these rates need to act quickly.

22 Sep 2021

Major projects: back on tracks

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Despite concerns about the Delta strain, confidence in Australia’s major projects pipeline is improving.

21 Sep 2021

User experience: ease to please

Alan Shields | Chief Data Officer, RFi Group

As consumers increasingly turn to mobile banking, should the UX focus be on increasing features or simply ease of use?

20 Sep 2021

A World of Networks: COVID-free Cook Islands ready for recovery

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

ANZ Cook Islands Country Head Bernadette Shaw says the small island nation’s tourism industry is ready and willing for visitors to return.

17 Sep 2021

Rewriting China’s economic glossary

Raymond Yeung | Chief Economist Greater China, ANZ

New economic linguistics in China have placed an emphasis on resource redistribution and interconnectedness.

16 Sep 2021

Integrating ESG: moving to the next phase

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

A keen focus on ESG has created opportunity and value for ANZ’s shareholders, people, customers and community.

14 Sep 2021

PODCAST: taking stock of ethical issues

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

A focus on environmental, social and governance issues are no longer a “nice to have” for businesses looking to create long-term value, says investment expert.

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13 Sep 2021

New Zealand’s shifting payments environment

Steve Wiggins | Chief Executive of Payments NZ

Like many economies, COVID-19 has driven a huge shift towards digital payments in New Zealand. But will the trends become permanent?

01 Sep 2021

Future of payments: review or preview?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Australia’s payments system is large, diverse and very complex. And globally interlinked. So has regulation kept up with the pace of innovation?

09 Sep 2021

Can cash resist the digital tide?

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

Although digital payments are increasingly popular, cash is still a necessary form of payment for many in the economy.

08 Sep 2021

Rural land prices: finding the right fertiliser for growth

Mark Bennett | Head of Aus Agribusiness, ANZ

Growth in rural land prices is increasing at huge pace. But what is actually causing this surge and can it be sustained?

07 Sep 2021

The benefit of a balanced business diet

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

Success in agriculture is dependent on so many variables. Offering diverse products and services is helping this business thrive even in tough times.

06 Sep 2021

Buy now, pay later, survive in the future?

Kevin Davis | Emeritus Professor of Finance, University of Melbourne

The buy now, pay later concept has shaken up traditional banks and financing. But is it really changing the payments landscape?

03 Sep 2021

PODCAST: sticking to long-term change

Lisa Vasic | MD Transaction Banking, ANZ Institutional

Companies that started on their digital journey at the beginning of the pandemic must manage any leftover “old school” practices to succeed in the future.

10 Sep 2021

A World of Networks: manufacturing success in Taiwan

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

ANZ Taiwan CEO Hong Swee Lau says a focus on technology innovation and customer service is creating growth opportunities for the bank.

31 Aug 2021

Aus housing: prices surge despite Delta dampener

Felicity Emmett & Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist and Economist at ANZ

House prices in Australia are expected to grow more than previously forecast despite ongoing restrictions and growing Delta variant cases.

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