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FULL COVERAGE: ANZ’s FY18 result

ANZ has posted a decline in full-year cash profit while improving capital flexibility, credit quality and costs.

ANZ posted a cash profit on a continuing basis of $A6.49 billion in the September financial year, a 5 per cent decline on the previous corresponding period. Statutory profit was flat at $A6.4 billion.

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ANZ fit for tough new world of banking: Elliott

ANZ CEO says bank is in the right shape for growth in an environment of change after small dip in cash profit.

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

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ANZ strategy paying off: Jablko

Simplification drives improved capital flexibility, credit quality and continued lower costs in full year, CFO says.

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

INFOGRAPHIC: ANZ’s full-year result in pictures

See highlights of ANZ’s full-year result represented in an infographic.

Melissa Currie | Visual Production Editor, bluenotes

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31 Oct 2018

ANZ fit for tough new world of banking: Elliott

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

ANZ CEO says bank is in the right shape for growth in an environment of change after small dip in cash profit.

31 Oct 2018

ANZ strategy paying off: Jablko

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Simplification drives improved capital flexibility, credit quality and continued lower costs in full year, CFO says.