20 Oct 2021

Build it - but will they come?

Paul Wiebusch | Associate, Quill Peak

Now that Open Banking and Australia’s Consumer Data Right have officially launched, will it be a big bang or a slow burn?

19 Oct 2021

Watson: banking on sustainability in NZ

Antonia Watson | ANZ Group Executive and CEO, New Zealand

ANZ New Zealand CEO says a strategic focus on environmental sustainability will create opportunities for the bank and its customers.

13 Oct 2021

Big Tech bank invasion halted at the moat

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The much heralded invasion of banking by giant technology companies hasn’t panned out exactly as first thought.

06 Oct 2021

Sibos 2021: platforming a better customer experience

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Interacting with – and learning from – global experts in payments and clearing allows ANZ to offer an enhanced proposition to customers.

04 Oct 2021

Techfin finding common ground on big projects

Gerard Florian | Group Executive Technology, ANZ

When technology and finance divisions cooperate on big projects, processes evolve to deliver better outcomes for staff and customers.

29 Sep 2021

DeFi-ing traditional finance

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

The global financial system is facing the next phase of the digital revolution – decentralised finance.

23 Sep 2021

LIBOR’s swan song

Duncan Marshall & David Doyle | LIBOR Transition-Business & LIBOR Transition-Communications Lead, ANZ Institutional

With not long before non-US dollar LIBOR is relegated to the financial markets history books, firms that rely on these rates need to act quickly.

21 Sep 2021

User experience: ease to please

Alan Shields | Chief Data Officer, RFi Group

As consumers increasingly turn to mobile banking, should the UX focus be on increasing features or simply ease of use?

13 Sep 2021

New Zealand’s shifting payments environment

Steve Wiggins | Chief Executive of Payments NZ

Like many economies, COVID-19 has driven a huge shift towards digital payments in New Zealand. But will the trends become permanent?

09 Sep 2021

Can cash resist the digital tide?

Steve Worthington | Professor at Swinburne University

Although digital payments are increasingly popular, cash is still a necessary form of payment for many in the economy.

06 Sep 2021

Buy now, pay later, survive in the future?

Kevin Davis | Emeritus Professor of Finance, University of Melbourne

The buy now, pay later concept has shaken up traditional banks and financing. But is it really changing the payments landscape?

03 Sep 2021

PODCAST: sticking to long-term change

Lisa Vasic | MD Transaction Banking, ANZ Institutional

Companies that started on their digital journey at the beginning of the pandemic must manage any leftover “old school” practices to succeed in the future.