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IBA has approximately 200 staff working across 14 office locations in Australia. In this newsletter we’ll introduce you to people in the IBA team.

In this issue we speak to Brooke Morley from the Alice Springs office. Brooke works in the Finance and Risk team as Risk Analyst.

IBA’s Finance and Risk team is responsible for ensuring IBA’s budgets and financial management are in compliance with the Commonwealth budgetary and financial framework. Finance is also responsible for financial management reporting across IBA’s program delivery branches and subsidiaries.

Brooke is from Alice Springs (Arrernte country) and has lived there most of her life.

Describe your role at IBA and what it entails

I oversee a number of IBA’s compliance activities including insurance arrangements for IBA and its subsidiaries

I provide the business with governance, risk and compliance advice and risk analysis of various matters.

IBA’s Risk Management Framework integrates risk management into our activities and identifies, analyses, evaluates and manages risk. This includes a set of principles that describe best practice, a framework that provides a structure, and a process that prescribes a structured approach to understanding, communicating and managing risk in practice.

Tell us what made you want to work for IBA and what motivates you to keep working there

IBA attracted me as I thought I could have a positive impact and make a difference for people in the region. Drawing on my practical skills, local knowledge, and professional commercial finance experience to bring about positive outcomes.

How long have you worked for IBA?

I joined IBA approximately 7 years ago as a Business Lending and Support Manager in Business Solutions. This involved managing relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses.

I joined the Risk and Assurance team as a Risk Analyst approximately 3 years ago.

What are you most proud of?

Utilising my skills and experience to contribute and being part of an organisation that often provides meaningful outcomes that change people lives for the better.