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ANZ NZ's Financial Wellbeing Indicator

ANZ NZ has released the 2019 ANZ Financial Wellbeing Indicator, revealing a time series measure of New Zealand’s financial wellbeing.

Christchurch shootings - reflections a year on

Many of those injured and killed in the mosque shootings of March 15th 2019 in Christchurch were ANZ customers, and well known to the team at the Upper Riccarton’s branch. A year on, Business Banking manager Shainaz Ali reflects on the tragedy.

International Women's Day

Facilitated by award-winning broadcaster and journalist Miriama Kamo, our panel of interesting women will discuss #EachforEqual - why gender balance is not a women's issue, it's an economic one.

ANZ announces drought assistance package for Northland farmers

ANZ Bank provides an assistance package for Northland farmers affected by this summer’s extreme dry weather.

ANZ waives Money Transfer fee to Australia to help with fire crisis

ANZ NZ removes International Money Transfer (IMT) fees to Australia to help New Zealanders wanting to donate to the Australian bushfires relief effort.

The Wellington charity tackling inequality

Kiwi Community Assistance feeds and clothes thousands each month – and is looking for all the help it can get.

ANZ donation to help fight measles in Samoa

ANZ today announced it would donate WST$100,000 (NZD56,000) to the National Emergency Operation Centre (NEOC) to help the fight against measles in Samoa.

Helping seasonal workers unpack their finances

ANZ is trialling a pilot scheme to help Recognised Seasonal Employees (RSEs) send wages home to their families and communities safely, and understand how to best use their money when it gets there.

Money course halves reliance on payday lenders

The number of students who used payday lenders halved after completing a financial education course, according to ANZ’s latest MoneyMinded impact report.

All New Zealand stands to gain from addressing the waterways challenge

ANZ sees improving sustainability standards to internationally recognised levels as crucial to meeting the demands of global consumers and securing the long term future of many of New Zealand’s export categories and tourism.

Volunteers plant thousands of trees along NZ waterways

More than 50,000 native plants and trees have been planted along waterways across nine New Zealand regions since June as part of Sustainable Coastlines and ANZ’s Love Your Water Tour.

ANZ leads Housing NZ Wellbeing Bond

ANZ was a joint lead manager on a $600 million Housing New Zealand Wellbeing Bond this week, which will help fund investment in new or upgraded sustainable social housing.