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Miami On The Rocks
Episode 103 | feat. Anz

Miami On The Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 65:20


Anz is a model from Russia who moved from Russia to Miami years ago. We talk about the comparisons between American and Russian culture, her business, dating, and other topics!

WDR 2 Das Thema
James Bond: 60 Jahre Filmgeschichte

WDR 2 Das Thema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 3:17


Am 5. Oktober 1962 ging der Agent mit der Lizenz zum Töten das erste Mal in "James Bond - 007 jagt Dr. No" auf Verbrecherjagd. Immer dabei: Gut sitzende Anzüge, enge Badehosen, schöne Frauen und ein Drink: "Wodka Martini, geschüttelt, nicht gerührt." Jetzt wird der nächste James Bond-Darsteller gesucht. Von Ralph Günther.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Christina Leung: NZIER Principal Economist on banks lifting test mortgage rates

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 2:42


Banks have recently been making it harder for home-buyers to get a mortgage.  Two of the biggest banks in the country, ASB and ANZ have lifted their test mortgage rates. ASB has raised theirs to 8.13 percent and ANZ is currently at 7.95 percent.  NZIER Principal Economist, Christina Leung, is here with us to explain why this is the case.  "With the rising interest rate environment, banks have to increase the test rates in order to ensure that borrowers have to buffer to withstand any negative shocks, such as a further increase in interest rate." LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dein STILGENUSS Podcast mit Shirin Seyed
#249 Gentleman's Gazette im Interview - Sven Raphael Schneider

Dein STILGENUSS Podcast mit Shirin Seyed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 32:32


Nach langer Interview Pause geht es endlich wieder weiter mit den Interviews. Und diesmal habe ich im Gespräch keinen geringeren als Sven Raphael Schneider, dem Gründer von Gentleman's Gazette. Sven Raphael Schneider ist der CEO und Chefredakteur der Gentleman's Gazette. Sein Ziel ist es, die Gentleman's Gazette zu einer unverzichtbaren Quelle für Savoir-vivre und traditionelle Handwerkskunst zu machen, in der sich aufgeklärte Kollegen aus aller Welt treffen und austauschen können. In Deutschland geboren, aufgewachsen und heute in den USA ansässig, begann sein Interesse an Stil im Alter von 14 Jahren mit einer Sammlung von Füllfederhaltern. Als er den wahren Wert eines gut gemachten Fühlers erkannte, entwickelte Sven Raphael Schneider ein Fachwissen, das sich schließlich zu einem Interesse an feiner Herrenmode und Accessoires entwickelte. Seitdem hat er eine Sammlung alter Anzüge sowie eine umfangreiche Bibliothek mit grundlegenden Werken über Kleidung aus dem 20. Jahrhundert angehäuft. Sein kritischer Blick, seine Liebe zum Detail und seine Begeisterung für die Geschichte machen ihn zu einer aufstrebenden Autorität für traditionelle Eleganz. Mit seiner Arbeit steht er an der Spitze der Bewegung, die der nächsten Generation von Kleidungsliebhabern den klassischen Stil und die Handwerkskunst näher bringen will. Viel Spaß beim Anhören!

Dein STILGENUSS Podcast mit Shirin Seyed
#250 Teil 2: Gentleman's Gazette im Interview - Sven Raphael Schneider

Dein STILGENUSS Podcast mit Shirin Seyed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 29:10


Nach langer Interview Pause geht es endlich wieder weiter mit den Interviews. Und diesmal habe ich im Gespräch keinen geringeren als Sven Raphael Schneider, dem Gründer von Gentleman's Gazette. Sven Raphael Schneider ist der CEO und Chefredakteur der Gentleman's Gazette. Sein Ziel ist es, die Gentleman's Gazette zu einer unverzichtbaren Quelle für Savoir-vivre und traditionelle Handwerkskunst zu machen, in der sich aufgeklärte Kollegen aus aller Welt treffen und austauschen können. In Deutschland geboren, aufgewachsen und heute in den USA ansässig, begann sein Interesse an Stil im Alter von 14 Jahren mit einer Sammlung von Füllfederhaltern. Als er den wahren Wert eines gut gemachten Fühlers erkannte, entwickelte Sven Raphael Schneider ein Fachwissen, das sich schließlich zu einem Interesse an feiner Herrenmode und Accessoires entwickelte. Seitdem hat er eine Sammlung alter Anzüge sowie eine umfangreiche Bibliothek mit grundlegenden Werken über Kleidung aus dem 20. Jahrhundert angehäuft. Sein kritischer Blick, seine Liebe zum Detail und seine Begeisterung für die Geschichte machen ihn zu einer aufstrebenden Autorität für traditionelle Eleganz. Mit seiner Arbeit steht er an der Spitze der Bewegung, die der nächsten Generation von Kleidungsliebhabern den klassischen Stil und die Handwerkskunst näher bringen will. Viel Spaß beim Anhören!

Dein STILGENUSS Podcast mit Shirin Seyed
#251 Teil 3: Gentleman's Gazette im Interview - Sven Raphael Schneider

Dein STILGENUSS Podcast mit Shirin Seyed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 23:43


Nach langer Interview Pause geht es endlich wieder weiter mit den Interviews. Und diesmal habe ich im Gespräch keinen geringeren als Sven Raphael Schneider, dem Gründer von Gentleman's Gazette. Sven Raphael Schneider ist der CEO und Chefredakteur der Gentleman's Gazette. Sein Ziel ist es, die Gentleman's Gazette zu einer unverzichtbaren Quelle für Savoir-vivre und traditionelle Handwerkskunst zu machen, in der sich aufgeklärte Kollegen aus aller Welt treffen und austauschen können. In Deutschland geboren, aufgewachsen und heute in den USA ansässig, begann sein Interesse an Stil im Alter von 14 Jahren mit einer Sammlung von Füllfederhaltern. Als er den wahren Wert eines gut gemachten Fühlers erkannte, entwickelte Sven Raphael Schneider ein Fachwissen, das sich schließlich zu einem Interesse an feiner Herrenmode und Accessoires entwickelte. Seitdem hat er eine Sammlung alter Anzüge sowie eine umfangreiche Bibliothek mit grundlegenden Werken über Kleidung aus dem 20. Jahrhundert angehäuft. Sein kritischer Blick, seine Liebe zum Detail und seine Begeisterung für die Geschichte machen ihn zu einer aufstrebenden Autorität für traditionelle Eleganz. Mit seiner Arbeit steht er an der Spitze der Bewegung, die der nächsten Generation von Kleidungsliebhabern den klassischen Stil und die Handwerkskunst näher bringen will. Viel Spaß beim Anhören!

Pizza and Property
NEWS Headlines for Property Investors - Read by Todd Sloan 30/9/22

Pizza and Property

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 3:39


Welcome to the first episode of P&P Australian Property Investing News.    We believe Property Investors should be able to easily access news that helps keep track of such a large investment.    Every friday, Now you can!   We're removing all the fluff to bring a neatly packaged and to the point news show, Designed to keep you on the ball as an Australian Property Investor.   Presented by P&P podcast host and property investor Todd Sloan.    This episode: Political Property news: Queensland scraps controversial land tax https://www.afr.com/politics/us-beefs-up-diplomatic-and-military-presence-in-the-pacific-20220930-p5bm5s     Construction news: How sustainable building materials could help the construction sector overcome worker shortages https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-28/sustainable-materials-could-reduce-construction-labour-shortage/101443664     Lending & Finance News: Fixed rate shake up: home loan changes from CBA and ANZ https://www.ratecity.com.au/home-loans/mortgage-news/fixed-rate-shake-up-home-loan-changes-cba-anz-today     Legal Property News: Planners Back Queensland Granny Flat Rules Relaxation  https://www.theurbandeveloper.com/articles/granny-flat-queensland-law-change-rental-shortage     General Property Market News: House price plunge spreads with biggest monthly decline in 39 years https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-01/house-price-plunge-continues-corelogic-proptrack/101392116   The opinions expressed in this podcast are not of the presenter, All content is sourced online from news sources discussed verbally or in text.    Want more help understanding how to buy property faster and for less? Get your copy of Todd Sloan's book today:   Booktopia: https://www.booktopia.com.au/australia-s-home-buying-guide-todd-sloan/book/9780648980490.html?source=pla&zsrc=go-nz-allstock&gclid=Cj0KCQjwnJaKBhDgARIsAHmvz6f55Kw-l0pKCn0DMNj0TND2qN863sQQR56p98sXAjOUgBQSpwDDQ0waAtLsEALw_wcB Dymocks: https://www.dymocks.com.au/book/australias-home-buying-guide-by-todd-sloan-9780648980490?gclid=Cj0KCQjwnJaKBhDgARIsAHmvz6etuq25nQ2CSirN8z-UHAIshbp5MxeuD7ECMvs5Oghg2Pab34Fyl0QaAuQhEALw_wcB   YouTube Pizza & Property: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgXX6ibW7WEFbWkf-jslDvQ?view_as=subscriber Facebook Pizza & Property: https://www.facebook.com/Pizza-and-Property-2111096335696398/?modal=admin_todo_tour     ASK YOUR LISTENER QUESTION BY VISITING THE WEBSITE BELOW  Website:  https://www.pizzaandproperty.com/     Disclaimer: All discussions are general in nature and should never be considered financial advice, please seek your own professional financial advice. The content displayed on the website, podcast and blog is the intellectual property of the Pizza and Property. You may not reuse, republish, or reprint such content without our written consent. 

Morgenimpuls
Ohne die tatkräftigen Frauen wäre die Kirche verloren!

Morgenimpuls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 4:05


Ich weiß nicht, ob sie es gesehen haben. Gestern ging ein Foto durch alle Medien, dass mehr gesagt hat als eine Million Worte. Dieses Foto war herausgegeben worden durch die Pressestelle der Bischofskonferenz. Es zeigt die 69 deutschen katholischen Bischöfe und Weihbischöfe in ihren schwarzen Anzügen in Fulda auf der linken Seite der Kirche in den Bänken sitzen. Und auf der rechten Seite eine einzige Frau in einer leuchtend grünen Jacke. Beate Gilles, die Generalsekretärin der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz. Nach ein paar Stunden und vernichtenden Kommentaren wurde das Foto gelöscht. Aber eigentlich zu Unrecht. Denn das Foto zeigt unter den vielen, oft wenig bekannten und auch nicht sehr Wort -oder wirkkräftigen älteren Herren eine jüngere tatkräftige Frau. Eine der vielen starken Frauen in unserer Kirche wird heute gefeiert, die die Art und Weise des Kirchewerdens im 8. Jahrhundert im Frankenreich, also im heutigen mittleren und südlichen Deutschland, sehr geprägt hat - die heilige Lioba. Sie wird in Wessex in England um 705 geboren und einer der Verwandten der Familie ist der spätere Bonifatius, der Apostel der Deutschen. Die Eltern des kleinen Mädchens sind so glücklich über dieses einzige Kind, dass sie es Gott weihen und mit 15 Jahren zur Bildung und Erziehung in ein Benediktinerinnenkloster geben. Um 735 folgte Lioba der Bitte des Bonifatius um ihr Mitwirken; er hoffte, mit den gebildeten angelsächsischen Ordensfrauen sein Missionswerk zu verbessern. Er begann, um Würzburg und in Thüringen Frauenklöster einzurichten, einen Vorposten bildete das Kloster Tauberbischofsheim. Bonifatius berief Lioba zur Äbtissin dieses Klosters und als Leiterin der übrigen von ihm gestifteten Klöster. Besonders widmete sie sich dann der Erziehung von Frauen und Töchtern des Adels. Auch Lioba selber gründete in den folgenden Jahren mehrere Klöster. In Tauberbischofsheim richtete sie eine Klosterschule ein, in welcher der Lehrerinnennachwuchs für die neu gegründeten Klöster seine Ausbildung erhielt. Lioba also, eine kluge und weitsichtige Frau, die Planen und Bauen, Gründen und Lehren, mit Beten und Singen, mit Lesen und Leben aus dem Evangelium verbunden hat. Sie hat ein Werk geschaffen, das bis heute gültig ist: Mädchen und Frauen zu Bildung und Ausbildung zu verhelfen, das umliegende Land zu kultivieren und im Kontakt zu den Herrschern ihrer Zeit als besonders gütig zu dem Armen bekannt zu sein. Sie hat große Klöster gegründet und geleitet und hat in der Kirche ihrer Zeit eine hoch angesehene Stellung. Der heilige Bonifatius hat erkannt, dass nur Frauen und Männer zusammen diese Kirche gestalten und glaubwürdig das Evangelium Jesu Christi zu den Menschen bringen können. Also ist es eher eine gute Idee, dieses Foto mit Frau Gilles zu liken und zu teilen und auf die vielen tatkräftigen Frauen zu verweisen, ohne die unsere Kirche längst verloren wäre.  

Smarter Marketer
24. Marketing to Generation Z w. Katy Richardson

Smarter Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 33:05


Katy Richardson is the Creative Services & Marketing Director at UNiDAYS, a website giving university students and graduates discounted deals on products and services. She shares how to best market to Gen Z consumers, and most importantly, what doesn't work. You can follow her on LinkedIn [https://www.linkedin.com/in/katyrichardson1/] or visit the UNiDAYS website [https://www.myunidays.com/AU/en-AU (https://www.myunidays.com/AU/en-AU)].  Guest: Katy is the Creative Services & Marketing Director at UNiDAYS, ANZ. She's a go-to on the next gen's habits and attitudes whilst creating conversation on the role brands can play in empowering young people. You can follow her on LinkedIn [https://www.linkedin.com/in/katyrichardson1/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/katyrichardson1/)]. Find Us Online: James Lawrence LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameslawrenceoz/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameslawrenceoz/)  Smarter Marketer Website: https://www.smartermarketer.com.au/ (https://www.smartermarketer.com.au/)  Rocket Agency Website: https://rocketagency.com.au/ (https://rocketagency.com.au/)  Rocket Agency LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/rocket-agency-pty-ltd/mycompany/?viewAsMember=true (https://www.linkedin.com/company/rocket-agency-pty-ltd/) Buy Smarter Marketer: Hardcover: https://amzn.to/30O63kg (https://amzn.to/30O63kg)  Kindle: https://amzn.to/2ZqfCWm (https://amzn.to/2ZqfCWm)  About the Podcast: This is the definitive podcast for Australian marketers. Join Rocket Agency Co-Founder and best-selling author, James Lawrence in conversation with marketers, leaders, and thinkers about what it takes to be a smarter and more successful marketer.

The NZ Property Market Podcast
A look back at assessing the housing system

The NZ Property Market Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 38:05


After yet another quiet week for data releases Nick and Kelvin take the opportunity to better discuss the report released last month by the Housing Technical Working Group (MHUD, Treasury, RBNZ) assessing the NZ housing system. Two recent podcasts at 'On the Tiles' and 'When the Facts Change' recently interviewed lead author Dominic Stephens (Chief Economist at Treasury) which lead to a number of great talking points to dissect. The three key drivers of house price growth are pretty clear - land availability, interest rates and a favourable tax system, but how are those things changing and is the change going to be enough to disturb the long-run trend of affordability continuing to worsen?A quick look ahead for the week rounds out the show this week, with a number of key data releases to look out for, from RBNZ, Stats NZ and ANZ.Check out all our regular CoreLogic research insights at https://www.corelogic.co.nz/research-news and get in touch on LinkedIn, twitter @NickGoodall_CL or @KDavidson_CL or send us an email on nick.goodall@corelogic.co.nz or kelvin.davidson@corelogic.co.nzPlus, you can sign up to receive any or all CoreLogic releases here.The Future Is FreelanceThis show is for freelancers, sole traders, solopreneurs, digital nomads, consultants,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

The Call from ausbiz
"I'd wait for the bounce the trend is to the downside" - Joshua Barker

The Call from ausbiz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 53:01


Mathan Somasundaram from Deep Data Analytics and Joshua Barker from Maqro Capital go in-depth and stock specific. Stocks covered: SCG, ANZ, EVN, KGN, STA, TPW, EV1, VVA, PDN and TCL. Our sector of the day is oil. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

BFM :: Morning Brief
Fed Fund Rate to Peak at 5%?

BFM :: Morning Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:03


With Jerome Powell determined to bring inflation down and taking on very Volcker tones, markets were spooked with 2 Year Treasuries surpassing 4% for the first time since 2007. However will these aggressive rate hikes push the US economy into hard landing? Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research at ANZ tells us whilst giving us insight into how Asian central banks and also currencies will react.Image credit: Shutterstock.com

BFM :: General
Fed Fund Rate to Peak at 5%?

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:03


With Jerome Powell determined to bring inflation down and taking on very Volcker tones, markets were spooked with 2 Year Treasuries surpassing 4% for the first time since 2007. However will these aggressive rate hikes push the US economy into hard landing? Khoon Goh, Head of Asia Research at ANZ tells us whilst giving us insight into how Asian central banks and also currencies will react.Image credit: Shutterstock.com

Perspectives
Navigating choppy economic waters

Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 27:02


In this episode, our host Alyssa McMahon from Macquarie's Corporate Affairs team is joined by David Doyle, Macquarie's Head of Economics. David and Alyssa discuss the slowdown in global economic growth, focussing on the US, where the Federal Reserve is working to bring down surging inflation without sending the world's largest economy into recession. As well as exploring US consumer sentiment and changing spending patterns, they look at where the housing and labour markets are headed and what an economic slowdown might mean for the energy transition.Relevant disclaimers and other information can be found here: macquarie.com/disclosures

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Mike's Minute: Economic day of reckoning is still coming

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 2:01


Grant Robertson, if you remember back to Friday's programme, defended the Reserve Bank when I suggested to him that their forecast of 4.1 percent for the OCR to top out wasn't real. He said, and rightly, that the same bank had forecast the GDP figure last week at 1.8%, which was close enough to being right while most of the rest of us were wrong. Therefore if they had seen that growth and were still suggesting 4.1 percent was it, why don't we believe them? Fair point. Apart from the fact it's wrong. ANZ, and they won't be the last, have seen what most of the rest of us have seen. They're now calling a peak of 4.75 percent. 4.1 percent can't be it. Because what the bank have done so far, 50 point rise after 50 point rise to take us to 3 percent and mortgage rates climbing over 6 percent, has achieved what? 1.7 percent in growth, that's what. We have paid no attention, we have kept spending, we have booked air travel, we have ordered cars, and we have gone and paid 6 bucks for coffee. And we have done this because we've all wandered off to the boss or the union and got a pay rise, and an absurd one at that. We aren't making anymore or doing anymore. We just held our hand out after threatening to walk across the road for another job that paid more. And it paid more because there is no labour because of the damn borders. So with our new wages we kept on pretending we weren't in trouble. It will end. It always ends. It can't not end. It's just a matter of how badly it ends. They call a bad ending a hard landing. The Reserve Bank and banks all over the world are trying to do the same thing, a soft landing. They are failing. And, the more money they printed during Covid the harder the trick is they are trying to pull off. No one printed more money per head of population than we did, bar America. We are in a mess but we just don't want to face it. And the mad wage grab is hiding the truth that's coming. 4.75 percent, if the ANZ are right is mortgage money well into the sevens. And if you think there is another double digit wage rise coming next year to offset all that, you are dreaming. The Government is out of money and your employer is fast running out as well. We are living in a giant buy now, pay later scheme. And sadly for the Government, the year of reckoning is election year. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate
How Do Bank Economists Make Property Forecasts? | Felicity Emmett, ANZ

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 61:56


Although rarely proven to come true, predictions by big banks are not merely speculative, but forecasts backed up by research and data… But how exactly do bank economists come up with these property forecasts? Felicity Emmett, Senior Economist at ANZ, joins us today to reveal the process big banks use to create housing market predictions based on the Australian economy… What data and key inputs do bank economists use for forecasting and analysis?  We also discuss the impact of property market forecasting on consumer confidence, the relationship between inflation and interest rates, and the current housing affordability crisis.  If you enjoyed the show, do like, rate, subscribe, and share us on social media and if you have your own questions you need clarity on, email us at questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au! See you in the episode!   Episode Highlights: Why do big banks create property forecasts? [01:39] Challenges bank economists encounter with forecasting [03:46] Inputs into the forecasting process for the housing market [07:01] The impact on house prices on consumer confidence [13:35] The relationship between inflation and interest rates [19:29] Consumer confidence in the property market [24:17] The effect of capacity constraints in the economy [28:24] Why it's important to keep inflation down [32:30] The current housing affordability crisis [34:20] The effects of regulatory changes [38:42] Who is the vulnerable sector in a possible recession? [44:00] Stimulus measures to stabilize prices [48:08] Why makes forecasting difficult to achieve accuracy? [50:36]   About our Guest: Felicity Emmett is Senior Economist in the Australian Economic team at ANZ. With more than 20 years of experience as an economist in financial markets, Felicity is responsible for analysis and forecasting of key Australian macroeconomic indicators, as well as thematic research on the Australian economy. She also provides specialist analysis on topical issues, including the housing sector and the policy outlook.   Connect with Us: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: hello@wealthful.com.au  Send in your questions to: questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au    Find this episode on our website: https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/246   If you've enjoyed this episode, don't forget to like, share, rate and subscribe for more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business Tipps fürs Bauchgefühl
Weiblichkeit versus Karriere

Business Tipps fürs Bauchgefühl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 11:04


Dieses Thema liegt mir so am Herzen, dass vor lauter Losreden-Wollen sogar Begrüssung und Einleitung vergesse. Man möge es mir für einmal grosszügig verzeihen. Aber was ich sagen möchte, ist auch superwichtig! Karriere und Weiblichkeit schliessen sich nicht aus. Leider wird auch heute oftmals noch erwartet, dass Frauen im Job ihr Frau-Sein wegpacken und sämtliche darauf hinweisenden Attribute unter männlich geschnittenen Anzügen oder Posen verstecken. Fakt ist: Je mehr Frauen ihre Weiblichkeit leben und bei sich sein dürfen, umso authentischer können sie ihre Karriere auf- und ausbauen. Etwas mehr Mut zum Ich-Sein wünsche ich mir daher. Mehr dazu? Gerne. Hier im Podcast/Video.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Sharon Zolner: ANZ Chief Economist on new GDP

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 3:11


GDP figures have come out today- revealing some substantial growth at 1.7 percent.  This indicates that there's no sign of an incoming recession so far. Sharon Zolner, ANZ's Chief Economist, is here to express her surprise at these numbers with us. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shape of Tomorrow
#121 – Die Erfindung des Unmöglichen

Shape of Tomorrow

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 5:20


Science-Fiction lebt uns seit Jahren eine Zukunft vor, nach der wir uns so sehr sehen. Fliegende Autos, futuristische Anzüge und einzigartige Technologien, die unsere Gesellschaft auf ein neues Level heben. Doch weil es Fiktion ist, wirkt es für uns so ungreifbar, eigentlich fast unmöglich. Doch ist es wirklich so? Diese Folge soll ein Aufruf sein, ein Aufruf zum umdenken und weiterdenken, zum kreativ sein und zum Erfinden des Unmöglichen.

Between the Bells
Closing Bell 13 September

Between the Bells

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:22


The Australian market's rally extended into a fourth straight session today with the key index ending the day up 0.65%, driven by a surge in real estate stocks today.ANZ consumer confidence data for last week out today shows Aussie confidence fell 0.5% following the RBA's latest interest rate hike, however Westpac Consumer Confidence data for September also out today showed an increase of 3.9%, rebounding from a 3% fall in August and rising for the first time since November 2021.NAB business confidence data was also released today, which showed businesses were also confident in August as the index rose 2 points to 10 in August and conditions remain strong across the states and most industries indicating that demand remains strong. NAB expects that inflation and rising interest rates will eventually begin to weigh on household budgets which will in-turn lead to decreasing demand.The best performing stocks today were Chalice Mining (ASX:CHN) which added almost 10%, NOVONIX (ASX:NVX) gained 7.5% and BrainChip (ASX:BRN) jumped 5.8%.The bigger stories came out of the losing front today:Link Administration (ASX:LNK) nosedived more than 20% as investors fled the stock on concerns that the company's proposed $2.5b buyout by Dye & Durham would be derailed by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority's regulatory approval process.A consortium of investors led by KKR pulled out of takeover talks with Ramsay Health Care (ASX:RHC) for a buyout worth nearly $30b which led to Ramsay Health Care shares tumbling 10%.Woolworths' (ASX:WOW) acquisition of 80.2% of issued shares in MyDeal was approved by the NSW Supreme Court today. It is expected that an office copy of the Court orders will be lodged with ASIC tomorrow, at which time the Scheme will become legally effective.Star Entertainment Group (ASX:SGR) has been found unfit to hold a casino licence in NSW today following a lengthy inquiry into the hotel and casino giant by the NSW Independent Casino Commission. Shares in SGR rallied more than 3% today in a sign the market expected this outcome from the inquiry and in anticipation of who will come in to recover and restructure the casino giant in order to comply with regulations. The top traded stocks by Bell Direct clients today were Mineral Resources (ASX:MIN), BHP Group (ASX:BHP) and Macquarie Group (ASX:MQG).In economic data, investors are eagerly awaiting the release of US inflation data for August which is out later tonight, to gain an insight into whether the cost of living in the world's largest economy continued to decline for the month.

Accelerate! with Andy Paul
1091: Commit to Enable Frontline Salespeople with Andy Champion

Accelerate! with Andy Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 55:16


Andy Champion is the Vice President and General Manager for EMEA and ANZ at Highspot. There is a big difference between managers and leaders and it has less to do with processes and more about inspiring others to greatness. Andy Champion discusses why curiosity matters and how to approach conversations with the intent to learn.  He also digs into the importance of getting buy-in from the top to commit to coaching so that frontline managers implement behaviors that increase their chances of success. Lastly, Andy talks about mental health as a core component of enablement to create happy employees to further increase sales success. HIGHLIGHTS Approach conversations with the intention of learning more Equip, train, coach, and analyze salespeople for success Reinforce training of frontline managers to ingrain lessons Mental health is a core part of enablement QUOTES Managers manage processes, leaders lead culture and inspire greatness - Andy Champion: "As a leader, I think it's as you say it, it's fundamentally different. It's about inspiring people to do their best, as you said, to be the best version of themselves. The other thing I would add to that, Andy, I think that is critical is, as a leader, it's really important that we create a space, a culture, into which people can grow. We don't own that culture, we don't define that culture, but we certainly have a responsibility to create that safe space." Understand what is most important to buyers - Andy Champion: "If you're prepared to ask the questions and to listen intently with the whole approach solely of learning rather than necessarily forcing somebody down a particular track, my experience, that usually leads to better success. You're not going to w Qin every deal, you're not going to win every conversation because, do you know what, for some customers, you might not have the right solution, but you will always come away from those conversations having built respect and trust." Include mental health in enablement to make more effective salespeople - Andy Champion: "When you are more proficient in what you do, it's more likely that you will find joy in what you do, certainly fulfillment in what you do, and then, quite often, what will follow from that fulfillment and from that joy, quite often what will follow from that is success. Happy people generally get successful sooner or later. Successful people don't always find happiness." Find out more about Andy Champion in the links below: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andychampion/ Website: https://www.highspot.com/ Email: andy.champion@highspot.com More on Andy: Connect on LinkedIn Get Andy's new book "Sell Without Selling Out" on Amazon Learn more at AndyPaul.com Sponsored by: Revenue.io | Unlock exponential growth with an AI-powered RevOps platform | Revenue.io Scratchpad | The fastest way to update Salesforce, take sales notes, and stay on top of to-dos | Scratchpad.com Blueboard | World's leading experiential rewards & recognition platform | Blueboard.com Explore the Revenue.io Podcast Universe: Sales Enablement Podcast RevOps Podcast Selling with Purpose Podcast

Perspectives
Driving decarbonisation solutions

Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 33:49


In this episode, our host Lisa Jamieson from Macquarie's Corporate Affairs team, is joined by Kate Vidgen, Head of Industrial Transition and Clean Fuels at Macquarie's Green Investment Group, and Elizabeth O'Leary, Head of Agriculture and Natural Assets at Macquarie Asset Management.Together they discuss the factors accelerating the need for climate change mitigation and how their teams are working on some very different ways of helping businesses keep their commitments to decarbonisation. Considering topics ranging from farming to shipping, they highlight how no one solution fits all – and as a result, decarbonisation pathways can be achieved through a variety of new and innovative methods.Relevant disclaimers and other information can be found here: macquarie.com/disclosures

Talking Wealth Podcast: Stock Market Trading and Investing Education | Wealth Creation | Expert Share Market Analysis

In this week's Talking Wealth Podcast, Janine discusses in this multi part series whether ANZ investors should wait for the ACCC's decision on the proposed acquisition of Suncorp. She will review the charts of ANZ and SUN to demonstrate the nature of these stocks since 2005 and whether it has been beneficial from a capital growth perspective to hold these stocks.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Heather du Plessis-Allan: Foreign investors have missed an opportunity with Kiwibank

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 2:27


The Government's paid $2.1 billion to buy Kiwibank.  For all intents and purposes, this doesn't really change much. Kiwis own Kiwibank now but Kiwis owned Kiwibank before. We just own it in a different way. Now it's through the Government directly. Beforehand it was through ACC, the Super Fund and NZ Post which owned it.  But what this has doesn't is stopped the possibility of selling part of Kiwibank offshore. The Super Fund – one of the previous owners — wanted to bring in big cash from foreign investors. Grant Robertson wouldn't allow it, so the Super Fund sold its share to the Government. That's why Kiwibank's crowing today about being 100 percent Kiwi-owned. Because of the chance that it might not have been. At least not 100 percent.  Opportunity missed. I think Kiwibank could actually benefit from having some foreign investors buying into it.  Set aside your feelings about having a Kiwi-owned bank. The bank doesn't really work at the moment. It's just not that good, is it?  Have a look at Kiwibank's Facebook post about this announcement and see all the grumpiness from customers. Complaints about Kiwibank not having Apple Pay yet. Complaints about regular technical faults cutting customers off from their money. Complaints about the trouble getting customer service staff on the phone. It's been around 20 years and yet it's still a minnow. It's not big enough to compete with the big Aussie banks. Its balance sheet is 6 times smaller than ANZ's, 4 times smaller than BNZ and ASB's, and 3 times smaller than Westpac's. But it is big enough to give those big Aussie banks the pretence of competition.  The problem is the bank doesn't have enough cash right now to be competitive which is why it needs foreign investors: to bring in the cash. The Government's probably not going to give it enough money.   If that was a political option, it would've happened sometime in the last 20 years. We don't have to sell all of it. It could be similar to Air New Zealand and the power companies. The Government owns 51 percent or more and retains control and sells some of it to bring in the big dollars and grow it. Surely owning 51 percent of something that's actually good is better than owning 100 percent of something that's not really working, isn't it? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Esel und Teddy
Bis wir 95 sind ... (Teil 1)

Esel und Teddy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 47:00


Anzüge sind furchtbar, ich trage nicht gerne Anzüge, ich fühle mich darin einfach nicht wohl. Außerdem ist es heiß und schwül und alle anderen in der Bahn tragen T-Shirts. Ich schwitze jetzt schon, wie soll das gleich erst noch werden? Ich kann das Jackett auf keinen Fall ausziehen, darunter ist alles feucht. Tropisch feucht. Ich hasse Anzüge. Ich hasse Bewerbungsgespräche. Aber ich muss da jetzt durch und ich will den Job so sehr. Die Voraussetzungen sind denkbar ungünstig. Keinerlei professionelle Erfahrung, ich bin super aufgeregt, ich schwitze, ich zerlaufe, ich halts nicht aus. Aber ich schaffe es aus der Bahn und zu Fuß an der Hauptstraße entlang, Google zeigt mir den Weg sicher, man kann das Hochhaus aber auch nicht verfehlen. Fünf riesige Buchstaben auf dem Dach. EUTER. Esel und Teddy Entertainment Radio. Wo jeder, der Podcasts macht, gerne hinwill. Alle wollen sie da hin. Aber die meisten scheitern. Fast alle scheitern und müssen dann woanders unterkommen. Es gibt aber nur schlechtere, das ist leider so. Bitte lass es klappen, bitte, bitte. Ich bin vorbereitet, ich habe Ideen, ich habe Quizze, Contests, historische Hörspiele, Top-10-Listen, ich habe alles mitgebracht, ich hab mich monatelang vorbereitet. Aber man kann sich auf ein Bewerbungsgespräch bei Esel und Teddy nicht vorbereiten, das ist, was dir alle erzählen. Du kannst machen, was du willst, aber du weißt nie, was kommt. (Fortsetzung folgt.)

Coppuccino
Helen Skinner - Head Of Responsible Investment ANZ

Coppuccino

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 53:36


Money makes the world go around for many people... but why are so many of us bad at understanding it, how to invest it or plan for our retirements. I enlist the help of Helen Skinner Head of responsible investment for ANZ who offers some of her experience when it comes to making your money work better for you.

Data Futurology - Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence From Industry Leaders
#202 Building A Unified and Uniform Approach To Data And Data Teams With Nathan Steiner, Director of Field Engineering, ANZ, at Databricks

Data Futurology - Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence From Industry Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 45:42


Later this month, Nathan Steiner, the Director of Field Engineering, ANZ, at Databricks, will give a presentation at the Data Engineering Summit. There he will talk about the “habits” of data-driven organisations, and the importance of an open architecture that combines the best elements of data lakes and data warehouses. Steiner kindly appeared on this episode of the Data Futurology podcast to talk about this, and further discuss the Databricks vision for data-driven workspaces. “Historically, you look at data engineers, data analysts, AI, machine learning and data scientists, they were focused on different types of data, so you had your data engineers focused on your siloed and disparate ADW enterprise data warehousing, relational database structured systems, and you had your data scientists looking at predominantly real time data,” he says during the wide-ranging conversation. The solution, to Steiner's and Databricks' vision, is bringing those data resources together and making for a more collaborative data environment. “It's more pragmatic and effective for these job roles to be working from a single uniform platform,” he says. As Steiner notes during the conversation, the personalisation that is so important to modern business is driven from being able to make the data resources collaborative. He highlights the example of a financial services company that wants to be able to issue credit within five minutes from an application via a smartphone. “In the back end, it's AI, and ML that is doing the credit risk assessment frameworks of that particular individual and creating that value customer experience,” he says. Finally, Steiner considers the governance implications of the Databricks lakehouse, and the advantages of having a uniform and unified approach when it comes to governance. For more insights on breaking down data silos and unifying data teams, be sure to tune in to the podcast! Enjoy the show! Learn more about Databricks Learn more about Nathan Steiner Thank you to you our sponsor, Talent Insights Group! Read the full podcast episode summary here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/datafuturology/message

SBS Arabic24 - أس بي أس عربي ۲٤
خبير عقاري"الان الوقت مناسب للشراء": توقعات بانخفاض اسعار المنازل بأكثر من 150 الف دولار

SBS Arabic24 - أس بي أس عربي ۲٤

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 9:18


يتوقع الANZ انخفاضا في اسعار العقارات بنسبة تصل الى 18 بالمائة. بينما الكومنولث يقول ان النسبة ستصل الى 15 بالمائة

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Finn Robinson: ANZ economist on weekly salary and wage increases

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 3:33


Adrian Orr may worried about workers getting the biggest pay rise in more than 20 years. Stats NZ data shows for the June quarter median weekly earnings from salaries and wages increased 8.8 percent. It was even better for women, whose median weekly earnings increased 9.9 percent. ANZ economist Finn Robinson joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Mike's Minute: Adrian Orr's next move is the crucial one

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 1:58


Another episode Wednesday from the Reserve Bank. It's worth paying attention to, given it affects every single one of us. And survey after survey indicates large numbers of us are suffering because of it. Inflation, currently at 7.3 percent, has it peaked or not? The Reserve Bank get another crack this week at interest rates and along with the number, the commentary, as to what they think and where we are going. The backdrop is good and bad. It's good because America saw their inflation drop. Not by much, it' still a hell of a mess but it's not as bad, at 8.5 percent, as it was. Food, internationally, is cheaper. Oil, internationally, is cheaper. Significantly so, and that has a major affect here. The unemployment rate the other day went up. That's a sort of sign of slackness in the labour market and it's what the Reserve Bank wants to see. But wages are rising. They are going up in the private sector by 7 percent. That's absurd. It might mean people still spend. If they are spending and if they don't feel affected by inflation the Reserve Bank might want to send a message. So, everyone agrees interest rates will rise again. Moody's says it's not impossible the rise will be 25 points. That would be very good news. ANZ say it's not impossible the move will be 75 points. That would be a disaster. Most say it'll be 50, which although broadly predicted, is still a sign we are a long way from being out of trouble. There is also a sense that the previously forecast top for the cash rate of 4 percent won't be enough. It could go to 4.5 percent. That would make Don Brash right and he called that a while back. It would further cement the broad argument that Adrian Orr has blown this and we all need to pay a massive price for his printing more money than he ever needed to. If the cash rate goes to 4.5 percent, that's mortgages with a 7 percent in them. None of this though excuses where we are. That's the problem with ongoing problems, we become numb to them, and they become the norm. Orr will be hoping you think that. Because the Government still haven't acquiesced to a review, which they should have. That's another one of their tricks make the quest for a review a long-term ongoing issue in the hope that you forget. Because boy, given the damage, do they have questions to answer.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Andrew Dickens Afternoons
Andrew Dickens: Those predicting recession may end up red in the face

Andrew Dickens Afternoons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 4:12


So let's be honest with each other Did you, in your darkest heart, secretly hope the All Blacks would lose to prove that Ian Foster was always the wrong man. To get Scott Robertson into the driving seat? C'mon. Many did. Some even admitted it on social media. Now if you did, it's quite a dark place really. Actively rooting against your own team, even if you think it would be best for the team eventually.   Diehard fans would be disgusted. They'd call you a fairweather fan. Not there for the team, only to share in their glory. If you're important enough or your voice is loud enough the players may hear of it and it may crush their spirit which no-one wants. It's OK to think that others could do a better job but there is no benefit in wishing for failure. I say this because for some time I've been appalled by the number of people who appear to want New Zealand to fail because they don't like the current Government. It's almost like they're hoping for a recession just to prove to everybody, or maybe just to themselves, that the Government is an ignorant, economically illiterate mess. It's important to differentiate between those people analysing the economy as scientifically as they can and others offering opinion for their own benefit. You get that negative stink off the Opposition right now who would be the only leaders praying for economic Armageddon, because it may see them elected to the benches. But hoping and praying for economic doom is not a sound idea. Either you inherit the doom and it proves hard to fix, or the doom never really arrives, making you look stupid. There is no arguing that New Zealand is doing it tough at the moment but that's true of every economy on Earth. Every government running an economy is falling backwards in popularity no matter what side of the political fence they're on. But awkwardly, New Zealand might not be heading for doom. The ANZ last week in their quarterly outlook suggested we look like avoiding recession.   They predict inflation will be at 2.5 percent next year. Goldman Sachs has also come out and said that both Australia and New Zealand will skip recession. Sydney based Capital Economics sees the cycle turning even faster with the OCR going no higher than 3.5 percent and three cuts next year. Jucy, the motorhome rental firm, has just announced a $40 million credit line to buy more homes due to demand. A mate of mine who runs a tourism firm in his retirement is complaining about working too hard and his forward orders are huge. If it all adds up to the economy looking better by next year's election, not worse, that could prove problematic for all those predicting doom and gloom.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Record Store Society
RSS059: Sylvia Moy & Anz

Record Store Society

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 34:09


After learning about a severe lack of women and underrepresented producers in mainstream charts, Natalie and Tara embark on an exploration to learn about and highlight those producers that might not be household names. In today's episode, Sylvia Moy and Anz are highlighted in the series.

The Money
Comparisons with New Zealand's interest rates; Warwick McKibbin on the RBA and targeting inflation and Russia's economy

The Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 28:32


New Zealand is not only two hours ahead of the east cost of Australia, it's also seven months ahead of us when it comes to increasing interest rates. Can we learn anything from their experience? ANZ economist Madeline Dunk talks about the Demand across the ditch report. Meanwhile economist and former RBA board member Warwick McKibbin discusses the RBA's pursuit of its inflation target and whether there's a better way? And the Russian economy. Some commentators say sanctions and the exit of global businesses has not had the desired effect. Yale University's Steven Tian uses comprehensive data to argue it's having a devasting effect.

RNZ: Morning Report
How are more people taking a benefit with unemployment so low?

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 2:24


Despite an unemployment rate of just 3.3 percent, National Party leader Christopher Luxon is questioning why there is a rise in the number of people receiving a Job Seeker benefit. If you found the combination of low unemployment and an increased number of people on the benefit for the unemployed difficult to get your head around, you're not alone. ANZ economist Finn Robinson spoke to Guyon Espiner.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Eric Crampton: Economist on predictions of another record low inflation number

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 3:54


Today could see another historic milestone for the New Zealand economy. Unemployment is expected to fall from its current level of 3.2 percent, which is already the lowest since records began. ANZ is picking a figure as low as 2.8 percent. Eric Crampton, Chief Economist at the New Zealand Initiative, told Mike Hosking the economic situation is becoming more precarious. “In the current circumstances, it makes the Reserve Bank's job harder.” LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Morning Report
Unemployment expected to hit record low

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:52


An economist says low unemployment rates appear largely positive on the surface but is likely to cause financial headaches, especially for small businesses. Unemployment is expected to hit a record low when the official numbers are released this morning. ANZ economist, Finn Robinson, told Morning Report that falling unemployment can cause problems if wage growth is well ahead of productivity growth. He says often this leaves businesses with no choice but to pass the increased wage costs on to customers, sparking more inflation.

Add To Cart
Let's F***ing Go! The AirRobe Story | #210

Add To Cart

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 54:37


In this episode of Add To Cart, we are joined by Beth Glancey, GM of ANZ at AirRobe. Beth left LVMH and the corporate world of luxury behind to join AirRobe, a technology startup connecting consumers and brands to the re-commerce market in one click. With AirRobe, customers get to create a circular wardrobe to which they can add beautiful pieces, then rent, recycle or resell them in the future with ease. It's pretty cool - all your fashion assets in one place and the ability to give them another life. Leading retailers like The Iconic, Oroton and PE Nation are already partnering with AirRobe to drive an average basket uplift of 30% for brands and retailers. There's so much in this chat! Beth shares the cultural whiplash she experienced when she jumped on board at AirRobe, why she always brings her whole (unserious) self to work and how having an identical twin was the key to her career gear change. Links from the episode:AirRobeOroton PE NationThe IconicLVMHSephoraDavid JonesBenefit CosmeticsShopify Plus and Crate & Barrel Singapore (sponsored)Packleo (sponsored)Questions answered:How does AirRobe work?What potential impact does AirRobe have on the fashion industry?Why did you make the move from corporate to start up?This episode was brought to you by… eSuiteShopify PlusPackleoAbout your co-host: Beth Glancey from AirRobeBeth is a high energy, high impact retail executive with proven ability to build, lead and motivate high performing teams. She has over 15 years experience in retail executive roles – across General Management, eCommerce, Operations and Marketing. Today, she is the GM of AirRobe, helping brands enter the circular economy, keeping fashion out of landfill. Game changer. You can contact Beth at LinkedInPlease contact us if you: Want to come on board as an Add To Cart sponsor Are interested in joining Add To Cart as a co-host Have any feedback or suggestions on how to make Add To Cart betterEmail hello@addtocart.com.au We look forward to hearing from you! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Data And Analytics in Business
E111 - Mazen Kassis - Bringing Together Existing Technology & New Technology for Data-Driven Decisions

Data And Analytics in Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 76:35


This new technology will change everything about how you work in your business! At least, that's what they say. With how quickly technology is advancing everyday, how do you decide which shiny new piece of technology is either right for your business… …or a huge waste of an investment? Even worse, once you find that perfect new technology, how do you implement it in a way that works for everyone? Meet Mazen Kassis Mazen's Role as a Data Analytics Leader at Foodstuffs North Island Mazen Kassis is the Head of Data & Analytics at Foodstuffs North Island Limited - a cooperative made up of 24,000 kiwis working hard to make sure New Zealanders get more out of life. They serve 2.7 million kiwis each week through their 330+ PAK'nSAVE, New World, Four Square and Gilmours stores and have donated 9m meals to Food Rescue. In 2020, Foodstuffs won the Large Retail Employer of the Year award, and their Four Square banner was a recipient of Aon Hewitt's Best Employer award in 2018. This year, Foodstuffs North Island marks its 100 year anniversary. Mazen's Other Work in Data Analytics and Privacy Besides his work with Foodstuffs North Island, Mazen is a Training Advisory Board Member with IAPP - the International Association of Privacy Professionals. IAPP is the largest privacy association in the world and a leader in the privacy industry. They provide resources for practitioners to develop and advance their careers while helping professionals and businesses navigate the complexities of the evolving environment and how to define and manage privacy issues. Having spent his career journey in research, privacy, and data & analytics capacities in ANZ, Asia, Africa and Europe, Mazen has learnt important lessons about different ways and means that data can be turned into actionable insights. Synthesising data to inform decision making ignites his passion and creating ecosystems where this can be done at scale drives him further. Data Driven, Business Decisions, and New Technology In this exclusive analytics podcast episode, Mazen shares: His work as a Training Advisory Board Member with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Idiosyncrasies between the ANZ region and other regions His role as the Head of Data & Analytics at Foodstuffs North Island Efforts to ensure all business decisions across the organisation are data-powered and customer-driven Developing good data culture amongst data users Organisational structure: Centre of Excellence vs distributed teams What would happen if business decisions were not powered by data How to know which new data analytics technology is worth bringing into the organisation The process of bringing in a new data analytics technology from start to finish Reasons behind less than ideal outcomes when procuring new technologies Reflections on an approach to introducing new data and analytics tech that had unintended consequences Desirable skills for the modern data and analytics professionals His suggestions for those looking to introduce new technologies in their organisations If you are interested in getting a glimpse into the world of data and analytics inside one of the most significant organisations in New Zealand, this is the episode you do not want to miss. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/analyticsshow/message

Música
Canvi de gu

Música

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 61:47


Hi ha un canvi de gu

Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time
Oral Questions for Wednesday 27 July 2022

Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:31


Questions to Ministers CHRISTOPHER LUXON to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all of her Government's statements and actions? HELEN WHITE to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy? JAN LOGIE to the Minister of Housing: Is she satisfied with the Government's progress on accessible public housing? JAMIE STRANGE to the Minister for Building and Construction: What progress is being made to reduce critical shortages in the supply of plasterboard? NICOLA WILLIS to the Minister of Finance: Does he agree with ANZ that "high inflation is likely to remain with us for some time yet"; if so, does he still stand by his May statement that "the short term challenge of inflation is significant"? DAVID SEYMOUR to the Minister of Finance: Why did the Crown provide an indemnity to the Reserve Bank against losses from the Large-Scale Asset Purchase programme, and what is the Crown's maximum liability that it could be forced to pay the bank as a result of the programme? MARJA LUBECK to the Minister of Immigration: What recent reports has he seen about critical workforce support for Kiwi businesses? Dr SHANE RETI to the Minister of Health: How many people, if any, waited longer than four months to see a specialist, and how many, if any, waited longer than four months for surgery, in the 12 months to June 30 this year? Dr EMILY HENDERSON to the Minister of Justice: What legislation is the Government progressing to reduce delays in the Family Court? PENNY SIMMONDS to the Minister of Education: Does he stand by his statement regarding the Te Pukenga forecast deficit of $110 million, "I've also been clear the projected deficit was too high and that more work needed to be done there"; if so, what work has been done to reduce the deficit? NICOLE McKEE to the Minister of Police: Is he satisfied with the Police's firearms administration ability, given there were over 3,000 licensed firearms owners waiting at least four months for their license renewals in June 2022, and does he believe that licensed firearms owners should be satisfied with these wait times too? TAMATI COFFEY to the Minister for Emergency Management: How is NEMA helping to build a safe and resilient New Zealand which is ready to respond to emergencies?

Talking Wealth Podcast: Stock Market Trading and Investing Education | Wealth Creation | Expert Share Market Analysis

In this week's Australian Stock Market Show, Janine and Dale discuss the top Australian banks in the second half of 2022. They also discuss whether ANZ and CBA will be on the list.

australian banks cba anz australian stock market show
Australian Finance Podcast

I interrupt our regular programming for a special update. Here's a quick update on what we've been working on behind the scenes at Rask. Proper financial education is nearly impossible in Australia for the masses. We wanted to address that. Every day we check our total enrolments as a sign of hope, pride and achievement. Recently, we crossed 16,000 students enrolled in Rask courses. A massive achievement for us at Rask. That's 16,000 families who have been positively impacted by our sensible, optimistic, focused strategies to help them out of debt and into long-term investing. Many of the courses on Rask are free. And we've just launched our biggest cluster of courses called Rask Roadtrip. It's a series of 6 online short courses, covering investing for the first time, saving on tax, repaying debt, the psychology of feeling more positive about money, and a crash course anyone can use to understand and sort out their Super. These are all completely free. I say again - the Rask Roadtrip is entirely free. They are in addition to heaps of other free resources. If you're worried about your mortgage or want to buy a property, take our debt course and property 101 course. Or if you want to invest for the first time but don't know how we teamed up with Equity Mates for the official get started investing course. If you want to grow your wealth and do it in an informed way, our ETF investing course is the most popular course we have, teaching you the essentials of ETF investing. I think it's the most popular ETF course in Australia. If you're worried about interest rates on your car loan, have credit cards up eyeballs, loans to family or friends or maybe even Buy Now, Pay Later from Afterpay or Zip — take our debt course. It's part of Rask Roadtrip. We'll teach you the two easiest ways to pay down debt and get free help from an expert. The big reason I want to celebrate these milestones is that the world of long term investing is actually a very positive place, filled with opportunity and value creation. And learning to avoid the doomsayers and toxic armchair experts on tv or on social media is hard. And right now, more than I've seen in the past 10 years, things are scary for a lot of our family and friends. Job security, higher debt repayments and falling property and share prices are scary. ANZ and Finder research shows the number one stresser is a mortgage repayment, followed by groceries. I don't think I've eaten an iceberg lettuce in 2022. Despite all the doom and gloom, you should know that you're not alone. Our podcasts, memberships, free courses and online resources are here to support what is usually a solo journey. I get to speak to nearly 100,000 investors through these podcasts. But I also speak with dozens of Australia's biggest fund managers, professional sporting teams, parents, private investors and folks pursuing FIRE. Everyone I talk to recognises the need for high quality education. Even if you don't need to take a course on personal finance, chances are a friend, colleague or family member does. Please share any of our resources with your family and friends, knowing that it's genuine and we're not going to lead your loved one down the garden path. If you want to support us in other ways, review and subscribe to the podcast. Or talk to us about getting our courses and workshops into your company, social events or online. In the past year I've done talks for sporting teams, University clubs, Google Australia, major telcos & more. Our beginner level courses are free to not for profit groups and sporting clubs.

Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time
Question Time for 26 July 2022

Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 60:21


Questions to Ministers DAVID SEYMOUR to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her Government's policies and actions? BARBARA EDMONDS to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy? CHRISTOPHER LUXON to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all of her Government's statements and actions? Hon EUGENIE SAGE to the Minister of Conservation: Does she stand by the Government's position in the 2017 Speech from the Throne that there will be no new mines on conservation land; if so, when does the Government plan to implement a ban? TERISA NGOBI to the Minister of Housing: What action is the Government taking to enable more homes to be built across New Zealand? NICOLA WILLIS to the Minister of Finance: Does he agree with ANZ that "it's clear that New Zealand has a serious home-grown domestic inflation problem that needs to be dealt with"; if so, what steps, if any, other than temporary reductions to fuel excise and a temporary cost of living payment, is he taking to deal with this problem? GINNY ANDERSEN to the Minister of Police: What recent announcements has the Government made on tackling gangs and intimidating behaviour across New Zealand? DEBBIE NGAREWA-PACKER to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her Government's statements and policies? ANGELA ROBERTS to the Minister for Biosecurity: What measures are being taken by the Government to protect the country from foot-and-mouth disease? Dr SHANE RETI to the Minister of Health: Does he stand by all of his statements and actions? SHANAN HALBERT to the Associate Minister of Education (School Operations): How is the Government supporting schools to prepare for term 3 winter illnesses and protect against COVID-19? ERICA STANFORD to the Associate Minister of Education (School Operations): What percentage of students attended school regularly in term 1 of 2022, and what actions, if any, has she taken, since seeing this data, to urgently reduce truancy?

Steph's Business Bookshelf Podcast
Fully Connected by Mel Kettle: how to reconnect with yourself

Steph's Business Bookshelf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 12:02


About the book Are you feeling exhausted and overwhelmed?Do you feel like you have no time for yourself?Are you wondering how to regain your energy and find joy? Being a leader today is hard. We are pulled in so many directions, with big responsibilities and many livelihoods reliant on us. It may be surprising to learn that our first responsibility is to care for ourselves. To make choices that are right for us, instead of what is right for others. With blurred boundaries between work and life, it can be difficult to find time for this. We've glorified being busy to become over-scheduled and over-committed and feel guilty about taking time for ourselves. Fully Connected is for leaders who want to take back ownership of their lives and reclaim their health and energy. On their terms. When you figure out what lights you up and how to say no to what doesn't bring you joy, you become a better leader as you energise your co-workers, communicate with conviction and create a culture of belonging. In these pages Mel Kettle shares practical, simple and actionable ideas for you to increase your self-awareness, understand what motivates you and prioritise self-care so you can become a fully connected leader. Source: https://www.melkettle.com/store/p/fullyconnectedbook   About the author Mel is a trusted mentor to executives and leaders and a highly sought-after speaker and trainer. Her clients include leaders, teams and organisations that want to achieve real connection and sustained engagement. At the heart of everything Mel does is a commitment to self-leadership. She has an over-arching belief that we need to lead ourselves first before we can lead others. This view came after she survived the debilitating effects of work-related loneliness, stress and burnout in her late 20s, and was reinforced when she had a life-threatening melanoma in her early-40s. Mel also brings the unique educational combination of a Master of Business (Marketing) and a Master of Public Health, making her a valuable asset to clients including IRESS, Toll, Queensland Country Bank, ANZ, the Local Government Association of Qld, Pharmacy Guild of Australia, IHC New Zealand, Arup and numerous universities and government agencies.  Mel's sub-speciality is helping women and organisations better understand the impact of menopause in the workplace. She is the founder of the award-winning menopause blog, Just as Juicy (www.justasjuicy.com). She has been a frequent podcast and radio guest talking about her experience and how organisations can better support menopausal women at work. In January 2022 Mel was recognised by leadersHum as one of the Top 200 Biggest Voices in Leadership for 2022, one of only seven Australians on the list. Mel is the host of podcast This Connected Life and the author of two books: The Social Association, published in 2018; and Fully Connected, due out in June 2022. In her spare time, Mel loves to cook, go to the beach, dance around the house and read crime thrillers. Source: https://www.melkettle.com/about Big idea #1 - Connect  The first section of the book is about connecting with yourself, but you need more than that to thrive.   If you're struggling, talk to a trusted friend, a colleague, or a doctor to help make some plans to change and regain control. To connect with yourself you need to get back control so that you feel like you have some level of agency about what is happening to you and around you.  To know when something isn't right, you need to be connected with yourself first to know what those signs of physical, emotional, and mental stress might be.  Ultimately if we don't start with leading and connecting with ourselves, it's going to be very hard to lead others.   Connecting with yourself is a leadership capability. It allows you to bring more energy to others rather than being an energy vampire to your team.   Big idea #2 - Prioritise Another big section of the book is about becoming more self-aware, self-motivated and prioritising self-care, which are the three elements of prioritising yourself.   Becoming self-aware is being present with your feelings, your fears, your wants, your needs, your values, your strengths, and your weaknesses. It's thinking about what it is that makes you tick and knowing when those things are out of whack and when to do something about them.   Self-motivation isn't just forcing yourself to do all the things you should do (it's not all about the green smoothies and 5am runs on the beach). It is about creating your own luck, and when you create your luck, you're taking responsibility for what you spend your time and energy on. Self-care is more than just an occasional spa day (although these are also good), it's about looking after ourselves every single day and looking after all aspects of our health every day. Rather than waiting till there's a problem or waiting for that one big holiday to rest. All of this will look different to everyone and you need to find ways to build your habits around that. Mel gives plenty of examples of different people and their ways of finding their version of self-awareness, self-motivation and self-care.   She also provides four very helpful foundation principles   being aware of your health and getting regular health checks etc.  getting the basics right. Eat, sleep, move, repeat.  creating clear boundaries and sticking to them.   doing something every day that brings you joy.   Big idea #3 - If not now, when? It feels kind of twee, but we do only get one go at this life.  If we're not building our habits, our resilience, our health, and generally being better connected to ourselves and with others we are going to find things much harder and much more stressful than they need to be. For leaders, this is essential and is the new expectation. We need to step up. To do that, you need to have a solid relationship with yourself in order to best role model and lead others. Support my book habit: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/stephsbookshelfSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Triple M - Motley Fool Money
Turn left... or right? July 22, 2022

Triple M - Motley Fool Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 65:06


-- Rates up and RBA in the government's sights -- ANZ says rates to go up 2% -- ANZ / Suncorp -- And controversy over the NutbushSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

She's On The Money
FRIDAY DRINKS: Big Surprises, Bank Mergers & Spending Addiction!

She's On The Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 41:09


You know it's Friday when the girls get together to unpack the week that was, celebrate your money wins AND dive headlong into a Money Dilemma all about spending addiction! Plus this week, they unpack the implications of the announced merger of ANZ and Suncorp Banks. And, Jess has a BIG surprise for Victoria. What is it? You'll need to tune in to find out! Here are some links we mention in today's show: Victorian Power Saving Bonus National Debt Helpline She's On the Money Budget Template Pre Order Victoria's New Book!   Acknowledgement of Country By Natarsha Bamblett aka Queen Acknowledgements. The advice shared on She's on The Money is general in nature and does not consider your individual circumstances. She's on The Money exists purely for educational purposes and should not be relied upon to make an investment or financial decision. Victoria Devine and She's On The Money are Authorised Representatives of Infocus Securities Australia Proprietary Limited ABN 47 097 797 049 AFSL - AFSL 236523.

The Briefing
The ACT's bold pill-testing regime

The Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 17:36


The ACT has always had a liberal approach to drug use. Cannabis was decriminalised in 2020. Today it opens a pill-testing facility in Canberra's CBD.    Gino Vumbaca is president of Harm Reduction Australia. He and his team are behind the trial of the new facility which runs tests on drugs to make sure they're safe for the user to take. He says trials at music festivals in recent years have undoubtedly saved lives.  On this episode of the Briefing, the ACT's bold move to install a pill-testing facility in Canberra's CBD. Today's Headlines: - Damning environment report released- UK swelters through hottest day on record- ANZ to take over Suncorp's banking arm- ACT to ban petrol car sales Follow The Briefing: Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAUTwitter: @TheBriefingAU See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

What The Flux
ANZ officially adds Suncorp to cart | Amazon's world record Prime Day | Inflation hits Bolt-like pace

What The Flux

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 5:52


ANZ has officially added Suncorp's banking division to its cart... after saying thank u next to MYOB.   Amazon had its biggest Prime Day ever last week and reckons live shopping is part of its secret sauce.   Inflation in the US hit 9.1% and NZ over 7% in June, which means inflation is growing at its fastest rate in more than 30 years.   ---   Build the financial wellbeing of your team at work with Flux at Work: https://bit.ly/fluxatwork Download the free app (App Store): http://bit.ly/FluxAppStore Download the free app (Google Play): http://bit.ly/FluxappGooglePlay Daily newsletter: https://bit.ly/fluxnewsletter Instagram: http://bit.ly/fluxinsta TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@flux.finance   ---   The content in this podcast reflects the views and opinions of the hosts, and is intended for personal and not commercial use. We do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, statement or other information provided or distributed in these episodes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Morning Report
ANZ chief economist on inflation's predicted new high

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 6:30


Inflation is expected to hit a three-decade high in numbers due later this morning, with economists forecasting the annual rate to nudge above 7 percent. They say official data from Stats NZ are likely to show the consumer price index up about 1.5 percent for the three months ended June, with key drivers including rampant fuel prices and more expensive food. The ongoing inflationary pressure means the Reserve Bank is likely to continue with aggressive rate hikes. ANZ chief economist Sharon Zollner spoke to Corin Dann.

RNZ: Morning Report
OCR rise widely expected - ANZ

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 7:04


The Reserve Bank is expected to raise the official cash rate this afternoon by fifty basis points, up to 2.5 percent. That would be the third 50-point rise in a row, and will likely see banks raise interest rates at a time when half of all existing home loans are due to be refixed in the next 12 months. ANZ senior economist Miles Workman says the rise shouldn't come as a surprise. He spoke to Corin Dann.