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The ANZ Bank (ASX: ANZ) has cut 230 workers from its wealth management divisions in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Surveying customers makes sense. But it's worthless if you're asking the wrong questions, or benchmarking against the wrong companies.
Subdued credit growth in Australia has become the new norm, says ANZ boss Mike Smith.
Opposition finance spokesman Andrew Robb has defended ANZ’s rate rise, while Treasurer Wayne Swan has accused the opposition of favouring the big banks over home-buyers.
Mike Smith has caused a stir by setting ANZ free of the RBA on interest rates.
Australia's big banks are in a perilous position. They are not immune to Europe's economic mess or painfully high funding costs, and growth is sluggish.
Are multiple brands your key to new customers, or a distraction from the real issues? Two of our big banks differ on the issue.
Floating on two exchanges a cost-effective way to aid expansion into new territories.
The politics of closing an underperforming division are rarely easy. Avoid ANZ's fate.