As IBA enters our 30th year, this milestone is an opportunity to celebrate thousands of inspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families, businesses and communities we have worked with over the past 30 years. Check out our throwback stories.
NITV The Point, NIT and 2ser cover the business support package available to Indigenous businesses struggling during COVID-19. The segments include interviews with Rajiv Viswanathan from IBA and Laura Berry from Supply Nation.
IBA has partnered with Terri Janke & Company and 33 Creative to bring you a 4-part video series on managing your business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian Government has announced more support for Indigenous businesses and communities to help them during, and after, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Over the next two years, $123 million will support Indigenous businesses, the workforce and communities to continue their activities as soon as it is safe to do so.
IBA and the NIAA have developed a new support package for Indigenous businesses who have been impacted by the crisis, including non-IBA customers. The package includes access to specialist advice and working capital assistance of up to $100k.
We are reducing our interest rates for all IBA home loan customers to a maximum of 2.99% per annum from 9 April 2020 for an initial 6-month period to be reviewed in the coming months.
After maintenance to the IBA Home Loan Planner, it is now back online. Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions, please contact us.
As Australia moves to respond to the emerging global COVID-19 crisis, IBA wants to assure our customers that we are doing everything we can at this time to assist you and keep our operations running as smoothly as possible. We know that many of you will be facing uncertainty and economic hardship now and in […]
Due to the increasing concerns around COVID-19, the 2020 Strong Women Strong Business conference will be postponed until further notice. The 2020 event was due to bring approximately 350 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesswomen together for three days of sharing, mentoring and business development.
Meet Kylie and Naomi, who are great examples of how home ownership changes lives long after the SOLD sticker goes up. This article is the last in a series featured by The Guardian Labs on the impacts of Indigenous home ownership.