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ANZ articles May - June 2021

Shayne Elliott: accelerating our strategy

Methika Y. Methika Y. • Talent & Culture Employee Experience Lead (How We Work) | D&I Advocate As we commence National Reconciliation week, I would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Land that I am on today

a “head and shoulders” price formation - the latest spike in crypto speculation has reversed, says Andrew Cornell in his latest column.

The relationship between markets and liquidity is looking very different than the last cycle, Richard Yetsenga says.

Scott O'Reilly Scott O'Reilly • 2nd Project Director at APP Corporation Pty Ltd 833 Collins St Level 10 Fitout I'm very proud to have worked with Foolscap Studio on this award-nominated fitout

ANZ's Adam Golding was Chief Concierge at ANZ Centre for eight years. When an opportunity to transfer his skills to a role helping customers doing it tough came about, he welcomed it.

HOW THE PANDEMIC HAS CHANGED CYBERSECURITY Lynwen Connick Cyber Information Security Officer, ANZ

TOP TIPS FOR A MORE INCLUSIVE EXPERIENCE Gerard FlorianGroup Executive Technology, ANZ

Investing with purpose Rita Da SilvaWealth & Asset Management Leader, EY Oceania

Shayne Elliott • Chief Executive Officer at ANZ We’re proud signatories of the 40:40 Vision

DATA: THE SECURE PATH TO SUCCESS Shane White Content Manager, Institutional, ANZ

HYBRID WORKING – ARE WE IN THE MESSY MIDDLE? Gerard Florian Group Executive Technology, ANZ

Australian start-up and ANZ customer Zero Co is tackling the massive issue of plastic waste in our oceans - Shayne Elliott

Gerard Florian Group Executive - Technology • As winter arrives in Australia, our thoughts shift to those who wont have a warm bed because they are homeless

Unravelling unlisted assets Brian Ingham

As we continue to shape the future of data at ANZ data analysts like Yuuichi Yang are turning data into customer focused solutions.


A matter of trust Andrew Cornell

Kevin Tunstall Branch Manager at ANZ Here we have our ANZ Gothic Branch at the heart of Melbourne’s CBD in what looks to be late 1940’s to early 1950’s complete with tram, vintage car, busy streets and of course ladies in what appears to be haute couture for the day!