International investors now more comfortable with ANZ's Asia strategy

Shayne Elliott, ANZ chief financial officer, speaks with BlueNotes about how ANZ's strategy is being received internationally and why fund managers are increasingly engaged in Asia.

"There tends to be a greater understanding of the natural balancing mechanisms we have in the Australian system."
Shayne Elliott, Chief financial officer, ANZ

International investors now more comfortable with Asia strategy

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