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This International Women’s Day, we take a look at the women helping shape a more diverse future in technology, financial markets, agribusiness and more.
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ANZ’s new head of New Zealand invites you into her home to answer questions about her interests, life at the bank and more.
Too often, policies and data are based on – and aimed at – men. It’s leaving women behind, says ANZ's Chief Economist. And its poor economics.
Classrooms to dealing rooms
A change of career can change your life. One ANZ analyst shares how teaching helped her switch to trading.
Where are they now?
Check in with a participant of ANZ’s Return to Work program on the one-year anniversary of its founding.
Out of the muddy paddocks
Growing up on a farm in Tasmania helped one ANZ graduate engage better with rural and remote customers.
Hannah Mann spends her days providing medical attention and advice to some of Australia’s most remote communities in the outback.
Cyber role models
Women represent about 24 per cent of the cybersecurity workforce, up from 11 percent in 2017. ANZ’s Lynwen Connick says that means there’s still work to do.
Tackling climate change as a team
Stella Saris Chow turned her passion into her career by using banking to drive sustainable development.
Good intentions are difficult to measure
The impact of D&I programs must be better measured to ensure employee and company benefits, according to ANZ’s Kathryn van de Merwe.
Coping with anxiety
Asking for help and focusing on yourself is integral to staying on top of your mental health.
Flexibility from organisations allows parents – particularly single, working ones – to spend precious time with their family.
The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.