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Banking Agenda May 2013: Australia banks half-year analysis

In this year’s half year results, the major banks delivered a strong performance in cash earnings. Overall, cash earnings are up 7.3% compared to the same period last year, reflecting modest net income growth, continued strong growth in other income, substantially flat or reduced operating expenses and a small reduction in provisioning costs. But where to from here? In this edition of Banking Agenda we reflect on the overall performance of the major banks’ half year results, and further discuss the key challenges over the next period.
 
Banking Agenda November 2012: Australian banks half-year results

In our half year results analysis, we proffered that deposits were the new black. While this situation continues, we have now moved to ‘where to next?’ in the medium term. In our view growth is going to need to come from focussing on customers and fundamentally understanding which services to deliver and how to deliver them effectively, emerging markets and continuing to adapt business models. In this edition of Banking Agenda, we reflect on the overall performance of the major banks' year-end results, and further discuss the key challenges over the next period.
 
Banking Agenda May 2012: Australian banks half-year results

In this edition of Banking Agenda, we reflect on the overall performance of the major banks’ half year results, and further discuss the key challenges over the next period.