Shayne Elliott

Shayne Elliott (born 1963/64) is a New Zealand banker, and the chief executive officer (CEO) of ANZ Bank.[3]

Shayne Elliott is the son of a builder, and grew up in Te Atatu South, a suburb of Auckland.[1] He was educated at Waitakere College and the University of Auckland.[1]

Elliott is married to Najla, an Egyptian-born economist, who he met when he was running Citigroup's Egypt business in Cairo.[4]

Shayne Elliott
Born1963/1964 (age 54–55)[1]
New Zealand
NationalityNew Zealand
EducationWaitakere College
Alma materUniversity of Auckland
SalaryUS$5.8 million (2016)[2]
TitleCEO, ANZ Bank
Spouse(s)Najla Elliott


  1. ^ a b c "Kiwi Shayne Elliott appointed to run ANZ". Stuff. Retrieved 5 August 2017.
  2. ^ Laura Noonan; David Blood (23 July 2017). "Here's what the CEOs of the world's biggest banks earn". The Financial Times. Retrieved 5 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Subscribe – theaustralian". Retrieved 5 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Outrageous Fortune: The Westie boss of ANZ Bank". Retrieved 5 August 2017.
ANZ Bank New Zealand

ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited, New Zealand's largest financial-services group, operates as a subsidiary of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited of Australia. Until 2012, ANZ operated in New Zealand under the legal entity ANZ National Bank Limited, which was formed as part of the 2012 merger of ANZ Banking Group (New Zealand) Limited and the National Bank of New Zealand Limited. From 2012, the company was renamed ANZ Bank New Zealand as part of the merger of ANZ and the National Bank brands. ANZ New Zealand operates under a variety of different brands, such as ANZ, UDC Finance, Bonus Bonds and Direct Broking. It provides a number of financial services, including banking services, asset finance, investments and payment "solutions".

In September 2010, ANZ New Zealand became the sole owner of ING New Zealand Limited, which formed part of ING; ING provided investment advice for the investment and insurance products sold by ANZ and The National Bank. ING New Zealand Limited changed its name to OnePath Limited in November 2010.

On 26 September 2012, ANZ National Bank CEO David Hisco announced that the National Bank would re-brand as "ANZ" by the end of October. The name of the company would change to "ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited". The technology of the two banks was brought together from 29 October 2012, with customers being able to use branches branded ANZ or the National Bank from the same date. Branches branded the National Bank would change to the ANZ branding before the bank's trademark license expired in 2014.

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group

The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, commonly called ANZ, is the third largest bank by market capitalisation in Australia, after the Commonwealth Bank and Westpac Banking Corporation. Australian operations make up the largest part of ANZ's business, with commercial and retail banking dominating. ANZ is also the largest bank in New Zealand, where the legal entity became known as ANZ National Bank Limited in 2003 and changed to ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited in 2012. From 2003 to 2012, it operated two brands in New Zealand, ANZ and the National Bank of New Zealand. The National Bank brand was retired in 2012, with a number of branches closing and others converting to ANZ branches.In addition to operations throughout Australia and New Zealand, ANZ also operates in 34 other nations.ANZ was named the most sustainable bank globally in the 2008 Dow Jones Sustainability Index making it the 2nd year in a row ANZ has been granted the title. In 2007 the title was shared with another Australian bank, Westpac, which had held the title for the previous five years.ANZ was established on 1 October 1951, when the Bank of Australasia merged with the Union Bank of Australia Limited.

Australian Banking Association

The Australian Banking Association (ABA), formerly the Australian Bankers' Association, is the trade association for the Australian banking industry. With its forebears going back to the late 1940s, the ABA was founded in 1985 and is based in Sydney, New South Wales. The ABA represents twenty four banks and provides analysis, advice and advocacy for the banking industry and contributes to the development of public policy on banking and other financial services.


Elliot (also spelled Eliot, Elliotte, Elliott, Eliott and Elyot) is a personal name which can serve as either a surname or a given name. Although the given name was historically given to males, females named Elliot have increased from 414 in 2009 to 770 in 2013, in United States.

Te Atatu South

Te Atatu South is a residential suburb in Auckland, New Zealand.

Its location allows the suburb easy access to the city and Henderson town centre. Its elevation allows views back on to the city and Waitakere Ranges. It has coasts backing on to water on its eastern and western sides with walkways and cycleways on both sides.

University of Auckland

The University of Auckland (Māori: Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau) is the largest university in New Zealand, located in the country's largest city, Auckland. It is the highest-ranked university in the country, being ranked 85th worldwide in the 2018/19 QS World University Rankings. Established in 1883 as a constituent college of the University of New Zealand, the university is made up of eight faculties; these are spread over six campuses. It has more than 40,000 students, and more than 30,000 "equivalent full-time" students.

Waitakere College

Waitakere College is a state coeducational secondary school located in Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand, established in 1975. A total of 1270 students from Years 9 to 13 (ages 13 to 18) attend Waitakere College as of August 2018.Students entering the college are allocated into one of three "Houses". The house names use Māori words: Aroha (Love), Manawanui (Perseverance), and Matauranga (Knowledge). Their respective mascots are; a Dragon, a Lion and a Dolphin. During the course of the year students can earn points for their house with good behaviour in class and good marks. These points are added up every week in a house assembly to determine the winner for that particular week. This also happens at the end of terms and a final one at the end of the year shows which house has won that year with the most points.

Waitakere College offers an extra 'Performing Arts' option run by Stephen Nightingale. Entry is based on an audition process and the course runs for years 9 and 10. It covers drama, dance, music and singing, theatre, film/television, editing, theatre lighting, make-up and costume. As part of the course, students are required to take part in the school's annual musical.

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