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18 Nov 2020

Inspecting the 2021 housing market

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

Australia’s housing market fared better through the pandemic than expected and will make modest gains before a solid recovery in 2021.

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23 Nov 2020

Aus banking plays the waiting game

Tim Dring | Oceania Banking & Capital Markets leader, EY

The full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is yet to be felt by the Australian banking industry.

20 Nov 2020

Identity a cornerstone of effective fraud – and its prevention

Kim Downs & Warren Brown | Fraud and ABAC Lead & Fraud Policy Lead, ANZ

Just as major organisations are adapting to new technologies, so too are the fraudsters using data to drive illicit activities.

17 Nov 2020

RCEP: signalling global trade

Khoon Goh | Head of Asia Research, ANZ

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement has finally been signed. Almost a decade after it was first conceived.

17 Nov 2020

Supporting victims: a new era of NDAs

Amanda Watt | Workplace Relations Partner, MinterEllison

A new form of non-disclosure agreements will provide more support to victims of sexual harassment, promoting a safer workplace for all.

16 Nov 2020

Demanding social bonds in pandemic

Dean Spicer | NZ Head of Sustainable Finance, ANZ

Social bonds are a rapidly growing part of the international investment market, allowing investors to help fund a range of projects with positive social outcomes.

13 Nov 2020

Conduct and culture in the COVID era

Anna Bligh | Chief Executive, Australian Banking Association

Amid the uncertainty of the pandemic, Australia’s banks responded in lock step for the benefit of all customers and the economy.

12 Nov 2020

Preparing for the fraud pandemic

Carol Chris | Regional General Manager Australia, GBG

Digital acceleration has pushed financial institutions to re-evaluate the resilience of their fraud management strategies.

11 Nov 2020

How capitalism can heal itself

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

In the aftermath of the US election, it’s time for major economies to think about how they approach – and measure – growth in a capitalist society.

05 Nov 2020

Wozniak: disrupting the C-suite

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Legendary Apple co-founder says it’s time for businesses to give disruption a seat at the executive table.

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09 Nov 2020

Return to normal programing – or growth - won’t solve equity problem

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

The United States may have a new President-elect but the challenges for equity and growth remain.

04 Nov 2020

Rebuilding after crisis

Catherine Birch | Senior Economist, ANZ

Spending on infrastructure will be a focus for all levels of government to encourage growth and jobs in a post-COVID economy.

29 Oct 2020

INFOGRAPHIC: ANZ’s 2020 full-year result

Melissa Currie | Creative Content Producer, bluenotes

Find all the details of ANZ’s 2020 annual result in an easy-to-read infographic.

29 Oct 2020

Elliott: focusing on the future

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

CEO says the bank has been well protected through COVID-19 and is now looking to future investment opportunities.

29 Oct 2020

Jablko: maintaining a strong position through uncertainty

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Efficient management of capital, risk and costs allowed the bank to maintain a strong balance sheet through the crisis, says ANZ CFO.

29 Oct 2020

Managing customers and risk through acute change

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ risk management robust, anticipates ongoing uncertainty while customer support drives recovery.

29 Oct 2020

ANZ’s new carbon initiatives

Mark Whelan | Group Executive Institutional, ANZ

With important changes to ANZ’s carbon policy announced today Mark Whelan shares how the bank is transitioning to a net zero emissions economy by 2050.

29 Oct 2020

FULL COVERAGE: ANZ’s 2020 annual result

bluenotes contributors |

Everything you need to know about ANZ’s 2020 full-year result in one place.

28 Oct 2020

Working out how we work

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

Ongoing, two-way communication between management and employees is a key factor determining the flexible future of work at ANZ.

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