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Appendices and referencesFigures and Tables Index

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List of Figures

Figure 1: How IBA’s programs achieve its vision
Figure 2: Distribution of new housing loans, by geographical area, 2014–15
Figure 3: New housing loans, by customer income, 2014–15
Figure 4: New housing loans, by Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia classifications, 2014–15
Figure 5: Indigenous Home Ownership Program enquiries, by source, 2014–15
Figure 6: New housing loans, by commencing interest rate, 2014–15
Figure 7: New housing loans, by loan term, 2014–15
Figure 8: Total value of housing loans in portfolio over ten years to 2014–15
Figure 9: Total housing loans, by state or territory, 30 June 2015
Figure 10: Total housing loans, by Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia classifications, 30 June 2015
Figure 11: Comparison of arrears loan balances of IBA and mainstream lenders, March 2015
Figure 12: Into Business™ workshop participants, by region, 2014–15
Figure 13: Total value, number and distribution of business supports, by regional office, 2014–15
Figure 14: New business loans approved, by purpose, 2014–15
Figure 15: Total business loan portfolio, by number and value, over five years to 30 June 2015
Figure 16: Business Development and Assistance Program provision for doubtful debt, over five years to 2015
Figure 17: Total business loans, by state and territory, number and value, 30 June 2015
Figure 18: Active portfolio distribution based on ABS Remoteness Areas and ARIA+ values (2006), by number and value, 30 June 2015
Figure 19: Active loan portfolio industry concentration, by number and value, 30 June 2015
Figure 20: Active loan portfolio arrears, over five years to 30 June 2015
Figure 21: IBA investments, by beneficial impacts, number and percentage, 2014–15
Figure 22: Value of IBA equity and Indigenous equity in the investment portfolio and percentage owned by Indigenous partners, over five years to 30 June 2015
Figure 23: IBA’s investment life cycle
Figure 24: IBA’s share of investment portfolio, by metropolitan, regional and remote areas, 30 June 2015
Figure 25: Principal investment sites, by asset cluster and location, 30 June 2015
Figure 26: IBA’s share investment portfolio, by sector, 30 June 2015
Figure 27: Corporate governance framework, 30 June 2015
Figure 28: IBA organisational chart, 30 June 2015
Figure 29: Net asset growth, 30 June 2015
Figure 30: Consolidated total assets, 30 June 2015
Figure 31: Consolidated income, 2014–15

List of Tables

Table 1: Indigenous Home Ownership Program performance summary, measured against the portfolio budget statements targets for 2014–15
Table 2: Business Development and Assistance Program performance summary, measured against the portfolio budget statements targets for 2014–15
Table 3: Business loan interest rates, 30 June 2015
Table 4: Equity and Investments Program performance summary, measured against the portfolio budget statements targets for 2014–15
Table 5: Investment selection criteria
Table 6: Commercial property portfolio overview, 30 June 2015
Table 7: Industrial portfolio overview, 30 June 2015
Table 8: Retail portfolio overview, 30 June 2015
Table 9: Tourism and hospitality portfolio overview, 30 June 2015
Table 10: Value of services and number of transactions provided to directors, 2014–15
Table 11: Directors’ attendance at board and committee meetings, 2014–15
Table 12: Performance against the principles of ecologically sustainable development, 2014–15
Table 13: Staff numbers by classification and location, 30 June 2015
Table 14: IBA staff characteristics, over five years to 30 June 2015
Table A1: Consultancies, 2014–15
Table B1: Keynote speeches and significant presentations, 2014–15
Table B2: Sponsorship activities, 2014–15
Table B3: Media releases, 2014–15

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