ANZ Bank stories
ANZ Bank introduces proprietary PayTo service for Billers in Australia
ANZ Bank pioneers with proprietary PayTo service for billers, offering streamlined, digital payment agreements.
Brian Hartzer appointed as CEO of AI health firm Quantium Health
Brian Hartzer, a seasoned executive, takes the helm as the new CEO of AI health firm Quantium Health.
Foodstuffs South Island appoints Shayne Tong as chief digital officer
Foodstuffs South Island appoints Shayne Tong as their Chief Digital Officer to further advance their digital transformation efforts.
Datacom Group appoints Kathleen Bailey-Lord as experienced company director & former IBM & ANZ Bank executive
Former IBM and ANZ Bank exec Kathleen Bailey-Lord has been appointed to Datacom's board, bringing extensive board experience and focus on disruptive innovation.
Datacom Group appoints Kathleen Bailey-Lord as FAICD to the Datacom Group Board
Datacom Group announces Kathleen Bailey-Lord FAICD as new board member, citing her focus on disruptive innovation and commitment to diversity.
Link Group appoints ANZ's Nicole Pelchen as new Chief Technology Officer
After an extensive global executive search process, Link Group has appointed ANZ’s CIO Nicole Pelchen as the company's new Chief Technology Officer.
ANZ Bank named winner of Red Hat awards for APAC region
ANZ Bank wins at Red Hat APAC Innovation Awards with successful digital transformation and cloud-native development projects.
ANZ New Zealand turns to Red Hat for automation & collaboration
ANZ New Zealand has seen increased productivity and time to market after embracing automation, with help from Red Hat.
Macquarie to build Government data centre in Canberra
With construction due to commence in July, the initial investment of AU$17 million will be used to build stage one by December 2020.
Knosys signs contract with ANZ Bank to migrate its data
Knosys secures $840k deal with ANZ Bank NZ to bolster compliance with RBNZ rules.
Report: 63% of APAC customers willing to switch to neobanks
APAC banking sector faces a digital upheaval, with 63% of customers open to change by 2025.
ANZ backs #LoveSpeech campaign to support LGBTIQ+ community
Majority of Australian LGBTIQ+ community subjected to hurtful language, says survey by ANZ. #LoveSpeech campaign launched.
ANZ Bank warns businesses and customers of phishing scam
ANZ Bank warns of a new phishing scam using the bank's trademarks; malicious emails claiming to be from ANZ are infiltrating inboxes.
One million users for ANZ mobile banking app
ANZ goMoney app hits 1 million users, revolutionising mobile banking since 2011.
Mr Humfreez: The sheep that shows Kiwis their cold, damp homes
This isn’t a living, breathing animal but a model sheep with hygroscopic horns and a nose coated in thermochromic ink.
Dynatrace ANZ Software Intelligence Award winners announced
ANZ Bank, Deloitte, Datacom NZ, DXC, icare NSW and the Australian Department of Human Services all named across various categories.
ANZ hurting after former CEO’s life of excess at the bank's expense
ANZ's cover-up of ex-CEO Hisco's lavish life hurts bank culture, warns OneHQ's Cotton.
Red Hat names local APAC innovation award winners
ANZ Bank and NZ Customs win Red Hat Innovation Awards for transformative tech deployments.
GCSB's CORTEX project scoops iSANZ Award
The GCSB CORTEX cyber defence project won at the 2018 iSANZ Awards. The service detects cyber threats for New Zealand's significant organisations.
Why Kiwi businesses need to invest in innovation
Investing in innovation can lead to significant productivity gains for manufacturers, according to research by ANZ.
Google Pay to replace ANZ goMoney from October
ANZ is finally rolling out Google Pay for its customers with Android devices, two years after releasing Apple Pay for iOS customers.
ANZ businesses are struggling to embrace digital transformation
ANZ businesses are trailing behind their global counterparts when it comes to embracing disruptive technology.
Small business confidence dips in June quarter - ANZ survey
Some small businesses are feeling less confident about the road ahead, with business confidence falling to a nine-year low in the June quarter.
Subsea cable connecting the U.S. and ANZ opens for business
Competition is opening up in the Internet traffic market with this being the first high speed connection to NZ that Spark doesn't have a stake in.