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24 Nov 2021

Shareholders are stakeholders too

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

It’s not capitalism that is driving global warming and growing inequality, it’s the humans making the rules behind it. And they can change them.

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01 Dec 2021

How is financial wellbeing tracking?

Emily Ross | Content Producer & Director, Emily Ross Bespoke

ANZ’s latest financial wellbeing survey of Australians reflects new ways of understanding and measuring financial wellbeing.

01 Dec 2021

Kempson: what really matters for financial wellbeing

Emily Ross | Content Producer & Director, Emily Ross Bespoke

Expert Professor Elaine Kempson sits down once again to discuss the latest ANZ Financial Wellbeing survey and next steps for capability.

First home buyers facing into the affordability storm

Mark Hand | Group Executive Australia Retail and Commercial Banking, ANZ

Despite record high property prices, first time buyers still managed to make their mark

26 Nov 2021

PODCAST: housing affordability deteriorates further

Brett Foley | bluenotes contributor

ANZ-CoreLogic’s latest housing affordability report shows we still have a way to go

26 Nov 2021

Stateometer: recovery following reopening

Bansi Madhavani | Senior Economist, ANZ

Australia’s states and territories are in a good position for a strong economic rebound after months of extended lockdowns.

23 Nov 2021

COP26: time to walk the talk

Richard Yetsenga | Chief Economist, ANZ

Businesses and governments may have formed a plan for a sustainable future at the recent COP26 conference. Now they need to deliver on the plan.

22 Nov 2021

Geothermal generation: powering a more sustainable future

Stuart McKinnon | Managing Director - Institutional New Zealand, ANZ

The pandemic has brought into focus the underinvestment in critical infrastructure across both rural and urban New Zealand.

19 Nov 2021

Back in black: spending surges at sales

Adelaide Timbrell | Senior Economist, ANZ

American-style pre-Christmas sales are driving spending in Australia and encouraging a strong economic reopening.

18 Nov 2021

A clearer path to a sustainable transition

Mark Whelan | Group Executive Institutional, ANZ

Financial services companies have a clearer framework for sustainability investments in the wake of the COP26 conference in Glasgow.

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16 Nov 2021

Gillard: turbocharging a more equal future

Shane White | Content Manager - Institutional, ANZ

Former Australian Prime Minister says the pandemic should be an opportunity for businesses learn and do more to combat inequality in the workplace.

15 Nov 2021

Balancing risks in marketing

Philip Hardy & Gwladys Tedga | Risk Advisory Partner & Director, Ashurst

Marketing is a powerful tool for good when businesses deploy it responsibly and with purpose.

12 Nov 2021

Central banks and the occult: talers from the crypto

James Culham | Executive Director, Institutional Portfolio Management, ANZ

As regulators consider policies around digital currencies, what may be some of the unintended consequences?

28 Oct 2021

Elliott: investing for the long-term in tech, customer experience, sustainability

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

ANZ CEO says the bank had a strong performance despite some ongoing uncertainty and is now preparing to take advantage of future opportunities.

09 Nov 2021

LONGREAD: the bank we’re building

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott outlines key focus areas for the bank’s future growth and opportunities.

10 Nov 2021

Fear and loathing in financial services

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor, bluenotes

Currency, payments and centralised finance are entering a very weird period of change globally.

05 Nov 2021

Fintech innovation’s perfect storm

May Lam | EY Oceania Fintech Leader and Asia-Pacific Payments Leader, EY Financial Services

Fintechs are seeing improved relationships with banks focusing on better partnerships, more access, introductions to the ‘right people’ and openess to new ideas.

04 Nov 2021

More than recycling: impacts of a more circular economy

Adelaide Timbrell & Catherine Birch | Senior Economists, ANZ

A transition to a more circular economy is necessary to significantly reduce environmental impact while still growing the economy and lifting living standards.

03 Nov 2021

O’Sullivan: outlook brighter after another difficult year

Paul O'Sullivan | Chairman, ANZ

ANZ Chairman Paul O’Sullivan says the bank has navigated a year of historic health and economic challenges while also supporting customers and the community.

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