303 results found for: ANZ


  • The buzz behind banks' unstoppable share prices

    Banking: 01.8.14, 02:00: The bounty of dividends isn’t the only thing propelling banks’ share prices onwards and upwards. The analysts who regularly declare the banks are expensive are also helping to driving up prices.

  • FIIG in JV to plug debt and equity gap

    Capital Markets: 28.7.14, 02:00: FIIG Securities has teamed up with private equity firm MH Carnegie and Co to create a private placement business to meet unfilled demand by investors and company borrowers.

  • Banks’ lowest-value customers happiest

    Banking: 23.7.14, 02:00: The big banks’ highest-value personal customers are markedly less satisfied than lower-value ones but that isn't helping small lenders to grow market share in home loans.

  • Westpac, CBA the 'relative losers' from FSI

    Banking: 18.7.14, 02:00: The heavy skew of Westpac and Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s balance sheet towards domestic home loans means they could emerge as the losers from the financial system inquiry, say analysts.

  • Stoner hails Sydney as Sibos returns

    Banking: 17.7.14, 02:00: Sydney’s position as a leading global professional services hub has been boosted by the announcement that the harbour city will host the Sibos financial conference in 2018.

  • Signatures sign out with a PINg, not a bang

    Banking, Technology: 04.7.14, 02:00: Banks are hoping extensive marketing and an 11-week transition period will result in a smooth transition to PINs when signatures disappear as an accepted authentication measure on 1 August.

  • Westpac and NAB in lending tug-of-war

    Banking: 02.7.14, 02:00: National Australia Bank is somewhat spoiling Westpac's attempts to recover share in home lending while Westpac is making inroads in NAB's traditional domain of business lending.

  • ANZ’s Asia plans at odds with dividends: UBS

    Banking: 01.7.14, 02:00: The market’s demand for ANZ to boost its capital ratio is inconsistent with its ambitions in Asia meaning ANZ should give up its efforts to be a dividend stock, said UBS’ bank analysts.

  • CBA inquiry means higher capital burden

    Banking, Wealth: 01.7.14, 02:00: Analysts are weighing the cost of Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s financial planning practices on the broader banking sector while CommSec sees high cash holdings as an opportunity for advisers.

  • CBA, NAB get satisfaction but small banks best

    Banking: 27.6.14, 02:00: Consumer satisfaction with banks remains at a record high, reaching 82 per cent in May, unchanged from April, according to the latest findings from the Roy Morgan Research Consumer Single Source survey.