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IN NUMBERS: creating value in ESG

(L-R) Kristy Abbott – Talent and Culture; Suraj Pariema – Property; Arthur Lalios – Australia Commercial; Louise Taylor – Australia Commercial at ANZ Centre, Melbourne.

At ANZ, we have a clear sense of purpose: to shape a world where people and communities thrive. This guides our decisions about who we bank, how we behave and what we care about most.


We have a strong culture, an embedded purpose, and ethics and values are integrated into our decision-making. We’re focused on bringing our purpose to life through helping tackle significant societal challenges that are core to our business strategy and matter to society.


Our purpose, strategy and environmental, social and governance (ESG) priority areas are aligned to support our ambition to create value for our customers, employees, community and shareholders. This approach is integral to delivering long-term success.


You can find highlights of our 2022 ESG performancei in the infographic below or read through the details in our 2022 ESG Supplement.i

Sophie Jackman is Head of ESG Disclosures and Reporting at ANZ


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i. All figures relate to financial year 1 October 2021 – 30 September 2022 unless noted.

ii. Since 2019.

iii. Since 2018, in Australia and New Zealand.

iv. On average, across Australia and New Zealand. 

v. Includes individuals who have participated in more than one program (for example, people who have participated in MoneyMinded as part of Saver Plus are counted twice as they are included in both the MoneyMinded and Saver Plus totals).

vii. Against a 2015 baseline, Environmental reporting year is 1 July to 30 June, in line with the Australian regulatory reporting year.

viii. Via our Good Energy Home loan top up.



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