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Navigating the art investment landscape

Growing up, the walls in Joan Vujcich’s house looked very different to her walls today.

Outstanding in her field: Rural ambassador considers next move

High-flying rural ambassador Courtney Davies is encouraging young women to seek a diverse range of experiences as they carve out a career path – with a top bank CEO endorsing the approach.

Faces of success: Environmental engineer Ashleigh Denize

Ashleigh Denize was told in high school to stay away from subjects like biology and chemistry - she proved them wrong.

Strong employment rate helps Kiwis' financial wellbeing

The high employment rate has helped New Zealanders remain financially resilient in the three months to June, according to ANZ's latest financial wellbeing survey.

An Insight Into Kiwis' Financial Wellbeing

New Zealanders’ view of their financial wellbeing weakened in the first three months of 2023.

Act Now or Pay (Much More) Later: Warning on Auckland’s Water Woes

Failing to fix Auckland’s stormwater infrastructure now will cost the city much more in the long run, warns an ANZ sustainable finance expert.

Gen Z 'lucky' when it comes to investing

When it comes to investing, I like to think of Gen Z as well positioned to be considered a 'lucky generation' - if they continue their great habits.

The small data insights company making big waves

Wellington data analytics company DOT Loves Data set to join ANZ Banking Group.

How research into the humble pāua could change finance

An innovative study is under way to look at pāua populations on the North Island’s south eastern coast.

Battening Down The Hatches?

ANZ's Financial Wellbeing Indicator is the lowest we’ve seen but a lot of people are in good shape to get through.

Lessons learned in the Pacific should be noted in NZ

ANZ Cook Islands Country Head Bernadette Shaw writes that, whether in New Zealand or the Cooks, business owners would be wise to take steps to ensure the foundations of their business are strong.

Sharon Zollner: 2022 may be a year of economic normalisation

As we look ahead to what 2022 might bring, ANZ Chief Economist Sharon Zollner writes, while it might feel like tougher going, it’s looking like a year of normalisation on a range of fronts – not a bad thing when the past two years have been anything but.