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|... pay-offs." That is, low interest rates would compensate for the increased risk. The problem is, as ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott, pointed out in the same month and using the ANZ's experience, the bank still assumes a cost of capital - hurdle ...|
|... record low interest rates, increased regulation and a rise in customer remediation costs. ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott said: "This has been a challenging year of slow economic growth, increased competition, regulatory change and global uncertainty." ...|
|... aversion? Businesses and business owners are exactly that - risk takers - aren't they? ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott might have hit the nail on the head when "suggested business confidence and investment would improve if more companies reduced ...|
|... former NAB chief Andrew Thorburn at NAB's 19 December 2018 meeting and supported equity grants to ANZ chief Shayne Elliott, Commonwealth Bank chief Matt Comyn and Westpac chief Brian Hartzer. However it voted against Westpac's remuneration report. ...|
|... banks, which the Government announced in 2016 and has conducted at least annually. Last year, ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott appeared before the House of Representatives, admitting that the bank saw its remediation programs as a "distraction" and ...|
|... suitable given the size and complexity and the challenges facing domestic banking in Australia, ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott said. "We have made significant progress in recent years, particularly with the roll-out of Agile work methods, however ...|
|... an extended period and both my wife and I feel we owe them that opportunity," Ohlsson said. ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott said he is disappointed to see Ohlsson go but respects his decision to put family first. "Fred is a valued colleague and can ...|
|ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott admitted the bank did not disclose to its shareholders or staff that three of its senior executives had their variable pay held back in FY18 on account of compliance issues. Elliot's own variable remuneration was ...|
|... among the major banks to report significant breaches, the Royal Commission heard this morning. ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott couldn't justify why the bank took 213 days to report significant breaches (despite a legal obligation to do so within ...|
|ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott has admitted to a parliamentary inquiry that the bank saw its remediation programs as a "distraction" and at one point took up to 15 years to compensate some customers. This morning, Elliott told the House of Representatives ...|
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