ANZ Institutional has been recognised for its successful work in capital markets across Australia and New Zealand at the 2021 KangaNews awards, being named the number-one bond house in both Australia and New Zealand for the twelfth consecutive year.
Among more than a dozen awards, ANZ was named both ‘Australian Sustainability Debt House of the Year’, and ‘Global Coverage House of the Year – Sustainability’ in Australia. The KangaNews awards are voted on by investors and other market participants.
ANZ secured six house awards in Australia, and was part of another six deals which were recognised in the awards – five of which contained a sustainability element. In NZ, the bank took home two house awards, and was part of four deals which were awarded – including ‘NZ Sustainability Deal of the Year’.
ANZ Managing Director, Corporate Finance, Christina Tonkin said the awards reflected ANZ’s commitment to delivering strong and consistent results for its customers over a sustained period - especially during challenging times.
“Our combined capability across loans, capital markets and sustainable finance is helping customers access capital in a way that’s aligned to their sustainability goals, and underscores the increasing importance of supporting the transition to net zero,” she said.
The recognition shows ANZ’s market-leading position across debt markets in Australia and New Zealand. according to ANZ Managing Director, Markets, Shayne Collins.
“The breadth of the awards highlights the strength of our product capabilities, deep expertise, distribution network and strong customer relationships,” he said.
KangaNews also named ANZ ‘Australian Rates House of the Year’, ‘Australian Credit House of the Year’ and ‘Australian Secondary Market House of the Year’. Across the ditch, the bank was named ‘Kauri House of the Year’.
ANZ also had a hand in deals which were awarded ‘Australian Dollar Rates Bond Deal of the Year’, ‘SSA Kangaroo Bond Deal of the Year’, ‘Australian Dollar Corporate Bond Deal of the Year’, ‘Australian Innovative Deal of the Year’, ‘Australian RMBS Deal of the Year’, and ‘Australian Sustainability Bond Deal of the Year’.
In NZ, the bank helped deals named ‘New Zealand Dollar Rates Bond Deal of the Year’, ‘Kauri Bond Deal of the Year’, ‘New Zealand Sustainability Deal of the Year’ and ‘New Zealand Securitisation Deal of the Year’.
This is the second-straight year ANZ has picked up multiple awards from KangaNews.
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