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  • 2022 WiBF National Industry Awards

    The 2022 Women in Banking and Finance (WiBF) National Industry Awards celebrated the talented women leading by example across Australia's banking and finance industry, as well as men, women and organisations working to imporove gender diversity across the sector. KangaNews is pleased to share a flavour of the WiBF National Industry Awards Luncheon. pdf Click here (1.79 MB)  to see the coverage.
  • A global view on an evolving market and the road ahead

    TD Bank’s Toronto-based vice president, investor relations and enterprise decision support, Brooke Hales, has a raft of experience across a wide range of areas within banking and capital markets. With a brief that now takes in investor relations for a globally relevant bank, Hales talks to KangaNews about her career journey, funding and investor relations in a newly challenging market, as well as her perspective on...
  • Gender-balanced leadership delivers operational performance

    ANZ is taking the lead when it comes to promoting not just diversity within its organisational structure but awareness of the benefits of diversity for performance. A group of industry participants, hosted by ANZ and KangaNews, discuss how and why these advantages exist and the path to delivering them across more of the economy.
  • Profiles and information on networks supporting women in capital markets

    As well as amplifying female thought leadership in the Australian and New Zealand market, the KangaNews Women in Capital Markets Yearbook aims to help connect women with peers and potential mentors by providing information on a range of active networks covering industry sectors and roles.
  • Securitisation at the tip of the spear

    Australia’s securitisation sector has been at the forefront of market developments – for good and ill – for many years, as issuersmthat depend on this form of funding have ridden liquidity crises, unprecedented market growth and now the rapid rate-hiking cycle of 2022. RBC Capital Markets and KangaNews gathered a group of securitisation leadersmto discuss the shape of their sector and its prospects.
  • SSAs in the front line once more

    The global supranational, sovereign and agency issuer sector is at the front line of changing funding conditions, sustainable finance and supporting diversity. In October, KangaNews and TD Securities hosted female funding leaders from some of the biggest names active in the Australian and New Zealand markets to hear about evolving challenges.
  • Sustainable finance a pace setter for gender diversity

    An increasing number of studies link gender diversity with sustainability ambition. In October 2022, Clean Energy Finance Corporation, the Australian Sustainable Finance Institute and KangaNews hosted senior industry leaders to examine this relationship.
  • Women in Capital Markets survey: marginal gains

    In 2020, for the first edition of its Women in Capital Markets Yearbook, KangaNews surveyed female industry participants to gauge their views on gender equity. Returning to a similar set of questions two years later, it appears the changes to working practice accelerated by the pandemic have had little or no impact on diversity. Women are still hopeful of improvement over time, however.
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