For most shareholders, the background, thoughts and interests of the individuals who make up the board of a major corporation can be a bit of a mystery.
Who are they? How did they end up on this board? What are they passionate about? How do they think about the wider issues in society and what the role of the business sector is?
The Board Minutes series, produced by bluenotes, features in depth conversations with ANZ’s board members, revealing insights into how they think, how the board works and their priorities for the future of the bank.
Learn more through the series of videos, podcasts and Q&As below.
Flying 20 minutes ahead of the plane
New ANZ Chairman Paul O’Sullivan says boards must take a long-term view when making crucial business decisions and keep the community in mind.
Balancing health, economic responses
Jane Halton reflects on her involvement in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and her understanding of the economic consequences.
Banks, trust & the governance challenge
David Gonski discusses the future challenges for financial services.
Is the golden era of banking over?
Ilana Atlas says this era of financial services - and corporate life - demands pace and flexibility.
Paula Dwyer discusses challenges in a post-Royal Commission environment and the need for more women in corporate Australia.
Graeme Liebelt believes the financial services industry has a lot to learn from manufacturing. And it’s time to get back to basics.
The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.