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2022 Reconciliation Action Plan Progress Report


In December ANZ released its 2022 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Progress Report.


ANZ’s fifth RAP commenced in October 2021 and it outlines the actions we will take over three years to contribute to a reconciled Australia. This is our roadmap, defining ANZ’s commitment to the social and economic participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to respecting the world’s oldest continuous culture.


This Progress Report provides detailed information on how ANZ have performed against 17 actions outlined in our RAP between 1 October 2021 and 30 September 2022. We made strong progress on our commitments, delivering on 99 per cent that fell due in this period.


Highlights of our 2022 performance include:


Highlights for 2022 performance include: Strengthened and formalised our RAP governance structure and processes to support our ability to deliver on our objectives; Spent 12.7 million dollars with 32 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suppliers against a target of 6 million dollars by 2024 and 15 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses in 2022; Launched a refreshed Money Business program updating content, resources and training approach based on feedback received from coaches and participants; Embedded a voice representing First Nations employees and an External Advisor in our RAP Steering Committee and Working Group to challenge and guide our thinking; Almost 600 people completed face to face cultural awareness training against a target of 300 people by 2024; Provided five Money Business coach training sessions to community workers and financial counsellors working in remote communities against a target of six; Commenced development of a commercial banking proposition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses.


As we enter our second year of the RAP we remain committed to delivering on our targets and to holding ourselves to account.


The Inclusion Australia team invests in a diverse and inclusive workforce, creating employment opportunities for under-represented groups and attracting, developing and fostering new talent to ANZ.

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