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COVID-19 Banking Timeline

see what’s happened in the Australian banking sector


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Transcript: Anna Bligh ABC Radio Melbourne Drive – cybersecurity
8 November 2022

“The bank robbers of the 21st century do not use sawn-off shotguns – they are sitting at a computer trying to get into your account and trying to trick you into letting them in.”

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Transcript: ABA CEO Anna Bligh on ABC Radio Adelaide – digitisation
4 November 2022

Anna Bligh appeared on ABC radio Adelaide on Wednesday 2 November 2022.

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Transcript: Anna Bligh on ABC Afternoon Briefing
21 October 2022

“More and more Australians are moving at a faster pace than they ever have to move their banking online. The bank branch of the future is the phone that you carry in your back pocket.”

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Transcript: Anna Bligh – how banks can help the vaccine rollout
7 July 2021

ABA CEO Anna Bligh was interviewed by Stan Shaw on ABC Perth on 7 July. She discussed her upcoming meeting with COVID-19 vaccine Task Force Lieutenant General John Frewin with other corporate stakeholders. Banks, as both major employers who already offer vaccinations, and who also have a network of branches, can help with the COVID-19… Read more »

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Options for customers if a branch temporarily closes due to COVID-19
6 April 2020

Australia’s banks remain open for business throughout the COVID-19 pandemic with call centres, online support and branches available to service customers. There will be circumstances when a local branch may need to close temporarily and this is happening already. This may be as a result of: a significant drop off in traffic to the branch… Read more »

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