Derivatives house of the year, Australia: ANZ

Asia Risk Awards 2023

ANZ Bank headquarters, Melbourne
Photo: Charles Van den Broek/Flickr

The mass refinancing of loans in Australia in the past 12 months has given ANZ the chance to demonstrate its fixed-income credentials. Meanwhile, the bank’s foreign exchange team has been proving its pre-eminence in algo trading strategies.

“It has very much been a rates year,” says Matthew Morris, head of Australia franchise markets at the bank. “During Covid-19 there was a massive shift from the private balance sheet to the public one. Many of the cheap loans that were provided to banks are

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Anti-fraud product of the year: Moody’s Analytics

In a competitive landscape that demands robust risk management and compliance solutions, Moody’s Analytics has emerged as a standout vendor, securing the Anti-fraud product of the year award at the Risk Technology Awards 2023

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