New ANZ boss Shayne Elliott, who has publicly declared that his legacy will be the digital transformation of the Australian bank, has invited fintech startups to email him personally with their ideas for improving customer services at the 180-year old institution.
Plans by ANZ to relaunch its Internet banking system to provide a consistent user experience across all devices came to fruition in an unexpected way on Monday, as technical gremlins managed to shut down services across customer desktops, tablets and mobiles for six hours during the upgrade.
ANZ today announced a significant upgrade to its internet banking platform that will see it become the first major Australian bank to have a consistent user experience across desktop, tablet and mobile.
ANZ has added to its credentials as a leader in mobile banking, with the launch of a new app enabling merchants to process EFTPOS payments using both iPhone and Android smartphones.
In a rare session for Sibos 2015, having almost no mention of blockchain, leading technologists from three of the world’s largest banks shared their views on the transformative effect of digital technologies on the business of banking.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today issued an Order filing and simultaneously settling charges against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. (ANZ), an Australia-based financial services company, for failing to comply with its obligation to submit accurate large trader reports (LTRs) for physical commodity swap positions, in violation of Section 4s(f) of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) and CFTC Regulations 20.4 and 20.7.
Banks around the world still haven't completely nailed digitisation, ANZ Australia CEO Mark Whelan says, opening the opportunity for financial services players that can get it right.
ANZ has signed a five-year A$450 million deal with IBM to increase productivity and innovation across the Australian bank through the use of cloud-based services, mainframe technology and analytics software.
Australia's bid to develop a fintech sector has taken a step forward with the opening of a new incubator in Sydney
NatWest and ANZ are among the banks that are still using Windows Server 2003, despite Microsoft ending support for the operating system last month, according to security outfit Netcraft.
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