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23 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: full coverage

bluenotes shines a spotlight on the biggest trends dominating the banking and technology industries now and in the future.

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23 Sep 2019

Auditing culture to do better

Shane Buggle | Group General Manager Internal Audit, ANZ

Large organisations have complex cultures. Deeper understanding helps identify where change is needed.

21 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: machine learning - homines in machina

Arun Kayal & Shane White | AD Institutional Communications & Institutional Content Manager, ANZ

Machine learning isn’t all robotic – people need to be involved too. The lessons will change the game for banks and their customers.

20 Sep 2019

Kiwi housing: land, land, land

Miles Workman | NZ economist, ANZ

More than 78 per cent of NZ’s land mass has no one living on it but is this really contributing to housing issues?

20 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: fin meets tech meets fintech meets techfin

Arun Kayal | Associate Director Communications, ANZ Institutional

There’s a good reason why banking and technology experts have been turning up to Sibos for over 40 years.

19 Sep 2019

Empire rising: the West’s fear of China

Kishore Mahbubani | Professor at the National University of Singapore

Is a subconscious – or conscious – fear of the “other” fanning the flames of US-China tensions?

19 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: finserv leaders should be payments experts

Arun Kayal & Shane White | AD Institutional Communications & Institutional Content Manager, ANZ

Banks must educate the broader financial services industry on the benefits of real-time payments platforms, according to two experts.

18 Sep 2019

Zero rates: paranormal activity 2

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

As interest rates continue to drop, global economies must prepare for a new era of monetary policy and business risk.

17 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: businesses grow on Lygon

Adam Grant | Head of Trade & Supply Chain, ANZ

Distributed ledgers, long an answer without a question, are now being used to solve real problems for both businesses and customers.

17 Sep 2019

Illegal wildlife trafficking: why banks matter

Steve Cumber & Kim Downs | Financial Crime Advisory Lead & Fraud and ABAC Lead, ANZ

Illegal wildlife trafficking is wiping out threatened species, damaging habitats and communities.

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18 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: banking on a history of adaptation

Mark Evans | Managing Director Transaction Banking, ANZ

Banks don’t look - or function - the way they did a century ago. And they won’t be the same in the next century. Or the next decade…

16 Sep 2019

Private schools: to have and have not

Tim Suffield | Director Client Insights & Solutions, ANZ Institutional

Not all private schools are alike. Some are increasingly doing it tough as emerging forces pull the sector in different directions.

13 Sep 2019

The social net-worth: engrossed or engaged?

Ryan Crocker & Richard Cartmell | Social Business Development Manager & Community Manager, ANZ

Workplaces are getting more and more social online, whether people ‘like’ it or not.

10 Sep 2019

ANZ Board Minutes: from the farm to the bank

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

John Macfarlane has run banks, farms, shopping centres – what’s the link?

12 Sep 2019

The future of Japanese tōshi in Australia

David Jacobs | CEO, Australia Japan Business Co-operation Committee

Mature Japanese investors are looking Down Under for opportunities to grow their sales network and gain know-how.

11 Sep 2019

China: diagnosing healthcare challenges

Felix Sekulla | State Director Health Queensland, Commercial Banking, ANZ

China has a massive population and rudimentary healthcare system. One tech company is using artificial intelligence to combat rising healthcare challenges like cancer and other diseases.

10 Sep 2019

SIBOS19: fintech takes one for the team

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

The banking industry can thank fintechs for helping them refocus on the customer, say three ANZ experts.

09 Sep 2019

Australia’s economy: boom or bust?

Alan Mitchell | Former AFR Economics Editor

According to the headlines, Australia’s economy is despairing. But is it all as bad as it seems?

06 Sep 2019

Brexit: deal or no deal for Australia?

Tony Walker | Author and Political Analyst

Australia’s ability to trade with the UK in a post-Brexit environment may not be as easy as advertised.

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Exaggerating the death of cash
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Spectrum of dreams
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