ANZ's Corporate Centre functions take a group-wide approach, working across all divisions to support ANZ’s strategic priorities. Each functional head is a direct report of the Group CEO.
He is responsible for ANZ's global risk management infrastructure, overseeing our global Credit, Market and Operational Risk and Compliance teams as well as risk related strategies, policies and processes.
Nigel is a career banker with more than 27 years experience in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Most recently he was Managing Director of Institutional Australia and has previously held the role of Managing Director Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking in New Zealand. He joined ANZ in 2004 following the acquisition of The National Bank of New Zealand where he held various Credit, Markets, Treasury and Operational roles within the Lloyds TS B Group.
Nigel graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in Marketing, Accounting and Finance and has also attended leadership and strategy training at the University of Michigan, USA and Oxford University, England.
Nigel is a past member of the 2008 NZ Government Taskforce on Capital Markets Development. He is also a former Director of NZX Limited, E*TRADE Australia Limited and Australian Financial Markets Association, as well as a past Board member of INFI NZ and the AUT Business School.
He is a member of New Zealand Institute of Directors, and in 2009 was awarded a fellow of INFI NZ.
He is also a member of the Art Gallery NSW President's Council, a past Chairman of the City Art Gallery Foundation in Wellington and a past Chairman of Wellesley College.
Shayne is responsible for all aspects of Finance as well as Group Strategy, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions.
Prior to this role, Shayne was Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, overseeing all businesses that deal with ANZ's large business, corporate and institutional customers.
Shayne joined ANZ in June 2009. Previously, he was the Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes, the largest investment bank in the Middle East. Previously, Shayne was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for developing corporate strategy, balanced scorecard and goals program, and implementing governance and business management processes.
Shayne was previously with Citigroup where he held various senior positions across geographies and business sectors over the course of 20 years. Some of the roles he held during his time at Citigroup include: CEO Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, CEO Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, CEO Egypt, Vice President Strategic Planning New York, Head of Investor Derivative Sales London and Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading.
Shayne holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Management Studies and Finance from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
ANZ is one of the world’s top 15 banks with over 47,000 people working in 33 geographies. ANZ Global Wealth provides insurance, investment and superannuation solutions as well as Private Banking for customers across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. The division serves over two million customers, manages approximately $62 billion in investment and retirement savings and has approximately $2 billion in in-force risk premiums.
During her career of over 25 years, Joyce has held a number of senior roles in banking and financial services with global and regional responsibilities. In 2014, Joyce was also appointed to the Board of Directors of Reinsurance Group of America, one of the largest life reinsurers globally, serving on the Compensation Committee and Nominating & Governance Committee.
Prior to joining ANZ in 2009, Joyce was President and Chief Operating Officer at American Life Insurance Company (ALICO) a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), which had operations in 55 countries.
Joyce joined ALICO from Citigroup, where she was head of International Retail Banking. In that role she was responsible for strengthening product distribution and expansion in Citigroup’s global retail banking franchise in 42 countries. Business lines under Joyce's leadership included online banking, loans, deposits, investments and insurance.
Previously, Joyce held various senior positions in Citigroup Japan, including Country Business Manager and Representative Director of Citibank’s Retail Bank, as well as President and CEO of Citicorp Diners Club Japan.
Joyce joined Citigroup in 1999 from GE Capital, where she held senior management positions in the Global Consumer Finance Division.
Joyce was named to the U.S. Banker "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance" list in 2006, 2007 and 2008. She has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University and is fluent in Japanese.
Gerard holds a Master of Arts (Syd.) and a Bachelor of Letters (Melb.) in history. He is a former Director of the Consumer Action Law Centre www.consumeraction.org.au and the Australian Banking Industry Ombudsman scheme www.fos.org.au
Jo is the Chief of Staff to the ANZ CEO Mike Smith. She is responsible for running the CEO’s office and has oversight of Group initiatives, operations and issues. This includes Board meetings, Management Board meetings, senior management forums and review processes across the Group.
Previously, Jo was Head of Commercial Sales & Service Centre, leading a large contact centre supporting our Corporate and Commercial customers.
During her 20-year career at ANZ, Jo has held a number of executive roles chiefly leading large frontline sales and operational teams. Her banking experience spans lending, branch, operations, enablement, marketing and risk.
Jo holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Economics) from University of NSW.
Paul Edwards is Group General Manager Corporate Communications reporting to ANZ Chief Executive Officer Mike Smith. Paul is the senior communications advisor at ANZ where he has worked since 1996. He leads a team of 70 communications professionals globally with responsibility for media relations, social media and internal communications. He is also the principal speech writer for ANZ’s Chairman and the Group Chief Executive Officer.
Paul graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Economics and started his career as an economist including roles as an industry policy advisor with the Australian Government. He has worked in corporate communications for the past 25 years with experience in consultancy, industry associations and in major companies Australia and the United Kingdom. Paul is also a Director of the ANZ Staff Superannuation Fund.