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23 Jun 2021

Fintechs bubble away

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Stock valuations are up and interest rates are down. So is the fintech market going to stay this frothy forever? Or is it frothy at all?

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22 Jun 2021

Entertaining flexibility in a crisis

Tammy Medard | Managing Director Institutional Australia, ANZ

It isn’t so easy for the show to go on when cinemas and theme parks are closed. Village Roadshow’s finance director explains how the business managed the pandemic.

21 Jun 2021

David Hains: history, business, relationships and mistakes

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Although no longer at the reins, renowned businessman David Hains still knows a thing or two about investment – after four decades in business.

18 Jun 2021

You’re hired: Aus employment back in full swing

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

After a rocky year (and more), the unemployment rate in Australia has returned to pre-pandemic levels.

17 Jun 2021

India’s vital role against climate change

Krystal Tan & Rini Sen | Economists, ANZ

India is highly vulnerable to the risks from climate change so the nation is pushing hard for progress towards decarbonisation goals.

16 Jun 2021

Are they who they say they are?

Mathew Demetriou | GM Decisioning & Analytics, Experian Aus & NZ

Safeguarding customers – both current and prospective – against increasingly difficult to detect fraud must be a key focus for business.

15 Jun 2021

China commodities: clear waters, lush mountains

Daniel Hynes & Soni Kumari | Senior Commodities Analyst & Commodities Strategist, ANZ

Could a focus on a cleaner future climate and economy destabilise China’s commodity markets?

11 Jun 2021

Evolving Australia’s medical workforce

Prof Anthony Scott | Health & Healthcare theme lead, The Melbourne Institute

Australia’s healthcare system must learn from 2020 in order to provide for the population’s needs.

10 Jun 2021

New Zealand: operating at full steam

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

Although the road ahead is still highly uncertain, the Kiwi economy is recovering well.

09 Jun 2021

A matter of trust

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

As global economies turn to digital solutions, organisations and industries must focus on building and maintaining trust to win big.

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08 Jun 2021

Digital banking comes of age

Kath Bray | Managing Director - Retail Banking, ANZ

The acceleration of digital banking trends in Australia picked up in 2020 and highlighted the importance of focusing on customer preferences.

08 Jun 2021

One cold night isn't a lot but it can make a whole lot of difference

Kath Bray | Managing Director - Retail Banking, ANZ

Every night, thousands of Australians are homeless. They don’t have to be. A group of ANZ employees will join thousands of others sleeping outside as part of the Vinnies CEO Sleepout to raise money to support Australians in need.

07 Jun 2021

Tech at the wheel of Asia recovery

Bansi Madhavani | Senior Economist, ANZ

Booming demand and pandemic-related supply shocks have caused a strong upswing in Asia’s tech export growth.

04 Jun 2021

Opportunity in Asia but Australia’s trade competitiveness a challenge

Bryan Clark | Director, International Chamber of Commerce Australia

Businesses and governments alike must focus on trade and diversification to engage and thrive internationally post-COVID.

03 Jun 2021

Aus economy: actually back in black

Felicity Emmett | Senior Economist, ANZ

After a stronger V-shaped recovery than expected, Australia’s economy is now hitting an expansion phase.

02 Jun 2021

“Long COVID” threats to financial security

Dr Emily Porter | ANZ Tony Nicholson Research Fellow

The financial resilience of vulnerable communities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has been rocked – and may not fully recover without policy action.

02 Jun 2021

Unravelling unlisted assets

Brian Ingham | Head of Portfolio Implementation – Private Banking & Advice, ANZ

Unlisted assets are no longer just an option for institutional investors as retail consumers work through the benefits and risks.

31 May 2021

Businesses must account for EOFY scams

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

As Australian businesses gear up for another demanding end of financial year period, so too do cyber criminals.

28 May 2021

IN CHARTS: salaries survive subsidy cliff

Adelaide Timbrell, Charlotte Heck-Parsch & David Plank | Economists & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

Australian salary deposits were strong in April despite the end of the government’s JobKeeper wage subsidy.

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