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Policy

20 Nov 2023

Solutions for social and affordable housing

Kevin Corbally | Chief Risk Officer, ANZ

Australia needs to boost supply of housing for its most needy, ANZ is helping deliver some new and innovative solutions.

27 Sep 2023

Capturing the technological advantage

Cameron Mitchell | Head of Geopolitical Risk, ANZ

Geopolitics and technology are being impacted by a trend not traditionally associated with bureaucracy: innovation.

01 Jul 2022

To have the heart for constitutional reform

Ken Adams & Yael Boneh | Group General Counsel & Lawyer, ANZ

The Uluru Statement from the Heart is an invitation. It is important – if not necessary – for all Australians to understand to what they are being invited.

29 Jun 2022

Is the payment revolution indebted to buy now, pay later?

Andrew Cornell | Past Managing Editor, bluenotes

Buy now, pay later schemes were touted as a payment revolution for the new age. But are they offering anything really that different? And what happens if they don’t succeed?

05 Aug 2021

Outlook splits across the ditch

Sharon Zollner & David Plank | NZ Chief Economist & Head of Aus Economics

An unusual gap between the Reserve Banks of Australia and New Zealand is starting to grow.

28 Jul 2021

Putting pressure on monetary policy

Shane White | Content Manager, Institutional, ANZ

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has shone a spotlight on old-school monetary policies and whether they can survive in a modern economy.

30 Apr 2021

Treating an organisational crisis

Andrew Cornell | Past Managing Editor, bluenotes

The pandemic has created an opportunity for businesses to partner with medical professionals to create a health-conscious workplace.

28 Apr 2021

Australian Federal Budget: what to expect

Hayden Dimes & David Plank | Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

A much stronger economic outlook for Australia is likely to see a sharp improvement in the fiscal position in the 2021-22 Federal Budget.

08 Mar 2021

Opening up to gender blindness in economic policy

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

Through the COVID-19 recession, it was those with the least who have ended up losing the most. Specific economic policy is needed to recover.

11 Nov 2020

How capitalism can heal itself

Andrew Cornell | Past Managing Editor, bluenotes

In the aftermath of the US election, it’s time for major economies to think about how they approach – and measure – growth in a capitalist society.

17 Sep 2020

New stimulus drives strong recovery

Felicity Emmett & David Plank | Senior Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

Australia’s economy has weathered much of the COVID-induced storm - thanks to massive fiscal stimulus.

08 Sep 2020

Trading the US vote

Alan Mitchell | Columnist, bluenotes

Australia must watch developments in the US election closely to determine what impact the outcome has on trade.