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Andrew Cornell
Managing Editor, bluenotes

About Andrew Cornell

The managing editor of bluenotes, Andrew is an award winning journalist with more than three decades in the game. He was at the Australian Financial Review for 20 years where he was an associate editor, senior writer and columnist – his widely read financial services column continues on bluenotes.

Andrew is a former north Asia correspondent for the AFR and in the wake of the financial crisis was awarded a European Union grant to study the global response and new regulation. He has also been a restaurant reviewer and tries to play table tennis.

articles by Andrew Cornell

25 Jan 2023

Vale David Hains, legendary investor

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Remembering renowned businessman David Hains who showed us a thing or two about investment – after seven decades in business.

19 Jan 2023

2022: The Year in Highlights

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

These are the articles that most engaged you in 2022 on bluenotes and ANZ News.

09 Nov 2022

The end of the world as we know it

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Globalisation is in retreat, the environment is besieged, wealth disparity is growing. It’s not the fault of capitalism but those who promote liberal, open economies must take notice.

27 Oct 2022

Faruqui: Strong financial and strategic outcomes

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Strong performances from all divisions deliver FY22 uplift, de-risking and solid provisioning face into FY23.

27 Oct 2022

Elliott: Outstanding result, balanced across all divisions

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ’s four divisions contributed strong earnings and revenue while the bank remains strongly capitalised and prepared for an uncertain global economic outlook

13 Oct 2022

No De-Fi-ing the regulators

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The Innovation brought by new De-Fi technology has regulators on edge. The must balance innovation and crisis.

27 Sep 2022

A digital alternative to online identity theft risk

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Identity theft is a global online scourge but one of the most promising fields of digital innovation is digital, secure IDs.

27 Sep 2022

Emerging Economics Series: Where to now for Australian housing?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

It is an inflexion point for Australian residential property with the first sustained rising interest rates cycle in nearly two decades. What does it mean for home owners and renters?

24 Aug 2022

To boldly go where no regulation has gone before

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Maybe with some reluctance but the authorities are moving to bring the emerging world of digital assets and decentralised finance inside the official tent. Better inside maybe …

10 Aug 2022

Should there be a “C” for credibility in ESG?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

It could be time to move beyond ESG – not because it’s not important but because it’s too complex and too important to lump environmental, social and governance challenges together.

25 Jul 2022

Molyneux: half a century of learning through history

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Through mergers, crises, economic cycles, governments, with almost half a century at ANZ under his belt, technology and risk expert Rob Molyneux is logging off for good.

18 Jul 2022

Elliott: betting on Queensland, accelerating ANZ strategy

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ CEO says acquisition of Suncorp Bank is an investment in the bank’s Retail and Commercial operations, and the state of Queensland.