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ANZ scoops KangaNews awards

ANZ Insights

2022-12-23 00:00

ANZ Institutional has again been recognised for its leading customer support across capital markets, after being named the number-one bond house in Australia for the 13th consecutive year.

The recognition came among more than a dozen individual honours in the 2022 KangaNews awards, including Australian credit house of the year and Australian sustainability debt house of the year. The KangaNews awards are voted on by investors and other market participants.

ANZ secured four house awards in Australia, and played a hand in six specific deals which were recognised.

The bank was also named Kauri House of the year in New Zealand, where ANZ was also recognised as part of five separate deal awards – including once again ‘NZ Sustainability Deal of the Year’.

ANZ Managing Director, Markets, Anshul Sidher said the recognition reflected an outstanding year for the bank across trading, debt and capital markets.

“Even in an environment of volatility and uncertain market conditions, our teams have continued to deliver seamlessly for our customers,” he said. “These awards are a testament to our deep customer relationships, product expertise and strength across the region.”

ANZ Managing Director, Corporate Finance, Christina Tonkin said the awards highlighted the bank’s leading position in environmental sustainability across Australia and New Zealand.

“This outcome shows the strength of our global capabilities and ability to deliver innovation that supports our customers in the transition to net zero,” she said.

KangaNews also named ANZ ‘Australian Secondary Market House of the Year’, and supported deals awarded as ‘SSA Kangaroo Bond Deal of the Year, ‘Australian Dollar Financial Institution Bond Deal of the Year’, and ‘Australian Dollar Corporate Bond Deal of the Year’.

The bank also picked up gongs for a role in the ‘Australian RMBS Deal of the Year’, ‘Australian Syndicated Loan Deal of the Year’, and ‘Australian-Origin US Private Placement 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’, and ‘New Zealand Dollar Credit Bond Deal of the Year’, and was recognised for its innovative approach as part of the ‘New Zealand Innovative Debt Deal of the Year’ award.

The news comes after ANZ picked up multiple awards from KangaNews in both 2021 and 2020.

In June, ANZ was named the leading bank for customers in Australia by the Peter Lee Associates Large Corporate and Institutional Relationship Banking Survey. It was the seventh-consecutive time ANZ has secured the award.

ANZ scoops KangaNews awards
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