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ANZ has posted an 18 per cent rise in cash profit during the full year to $A6.9 billion, on the back of a reduction in absolute costs for the first time since 1999.
Below BlueNotes presents its comprehensive coverage of the result.
ANZ RESHAPING PAYING OFF: ELLIOTT
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CEO says better-focussed bank has delivered higher returns while reducing costs and growing capital after announcing full-year profit growth.
Andrew Cornell | bluenotes Managing Editor
JABLKO: ANZ CAPITAL PUT TO BEST USE
ANZ CFO says bank has capital flexibility, is focussed on better returns for risk and continues to reshape its business.
Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes
INFOGRAPHIC: SEE ANZ’S FULL-YEAR RESULT IN PICTURES
See the highlights of ANZ’s rise in cash profit in visual form.
Shane White & Jemma Wight | Senior production editor & production editor, bluenotes
HARD, SMART WORK LEADS TO PROFIT AT ANZ NZ
For the first time ANZ’s brand consideration is number one out of all NZ banks.
David Hisco | CEO New Zealand & Group Executive Asia Wealth, Pacific and International Retail, ANZ
The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.
26 Oct 2017