IBA has FREE home ownership information sessions across the country! We can explain how you can obtain a home loan with us. Find out what sessions we have happening in a town nearest to you and your mob.
IBA held a stall at this year’s Barunga Festival outside of Katherine NT from 8-10 June. The festival gave our staff the chance to meet face to face with our customers and talk with the community about home ownership, business lending and business support. Check out the article on LinkedIn: Indigenous business – festival style.
More than 180 Indigenous female business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs will attend the largest gathering of Indigenous women in business in Glenelg this week. Organised by IBA, this unique conference will feature only female speakers, MCs and presenters.
As of Monday 19 March our new office in Sydney is located at Level 21, 66 Goulburn Street Sydney NSW 2000. You can contact IBA on 1800 107 107 and view all of our office locations here.
IBA is thrilled to announce the launch of Strong Women, Strong Business – a first of its kind conference for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are in business or looking to start a business.
This year is shaping up to be the biggest year on record for IBA. We’re on track to help more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders buy their first home, start or grow a business, or make an investment dream a reality than ever before.
IBA invites expressions of interest for co-investment in commercial opportunities. We are looking to grow our portfolio and impact through up to $50 million in new investments that have the potential to generate positive financial and social returns. For more information and to apply, see the IBA Investment Partnerships web page. Submissions close on 28 February 2018.
The IBA Annual Report 2016–17 is now available. We invite you to read about the outcomes of our core activities in the last financial year.
IBA CEO Rajiv Viswanathan has welcomed the stellar start to the financial year made by the Indigenous Home Ownership program.
Indigenous Business Australian (IBA) has introduced a new invoice finance product to allow Indigenous-owned businesses to take advantage of new contract or sales opportunities that may otherwise be out of reach. IBA’s acting CEO Wally Tallis said this is a fantastic addition to IBA’s suite of products that will provide certainty to buyers and strengthen […]