We give you the daily banking news that matters
Only Banking Day provides a complete, concise, convenient daily briefing on what's happening in banking and finance.
- Emailing you the news at 7am.
- Covering core lending and funding issues, strategy, payments, regulation, risk management, IT, marketing and more.
- Original news and summaries of major stories from other media – ditch your newspaper subscriptions.
- Focused on banking and finance, saving you the time spent wading through newspapers and other services.
- With reporting from former editors and senior writers from the AFR and The Australian.
- Configured for your phone, laptop and PC.
- With access to this website to search 11,000 banking industry articles.
Ian Rogers is publisher and editor of Banking Day. Formerly financial services editor of The Australian Financial Review, Ian has written on banking since 1989. He established Banking Day in 2003. Based in Melbourne, Ian writes on bank strategies and continues to report on consumer banking.
John Kavanagh is associate editor for Banking Day based in Sydney. John specialises in business banking and corporate banking. John most recently worked as associate editor at BRW and is a former editor of Personal Investor.
Philip Bayley writes for Banking Day on the banks’ operations in debt capital markets. He is director of ratings at Australia Ratings and a former director of capital markets at Standard & Poor’s, head of fixed interest credit research at NAB and head of research at Westpac. He is currently undertaking research into the Australian debt capital markets at Monash University.
Our readers call us “the industry bible”
“We use Banking Day to keep our key executives informed about the industry and competitors.” – David Breen, Head of Corporate Affairs, ING Direct
“I used to look for the hard copy of the Fin Review. Banking Day replaces that.” – Rob Woods, Director, Oracle Financial Services Business Unit
“Provides a razor-sharp view of the way organisations are performing.” – Joseph Lombardo, Country Manager Australia & NZ, Secure Transactions , Gemalto
“Reading Banking Day on my way in to work has become a daily ritual.” – Alex Wang, Senior Consultant, Deloitte
“Banking Day is a great way for us to quickly get the low down on banking activity in the last 24 hours.” – Joshua Knuckey, Senior Associate, Clayton Utz
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We’re pioneering independent Australian online business publishing
Banking Day is the flagship product of WorkDay Media, an online publishing house that exists to publish reliable and insightful business journalism.
WorkDay Media is the trading name for R&R Media Pty Ltd ATF WorkDay Media Unit Trust, ABN 54 630 575 768.
Some of Australia's best business and financial journalists write for Banking Day, and we offer opportunities for journalists in other areas as well. We also work with event organisers and advertisers to put relevant offers in front of our hard-to-reach audience.