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A plan with strategic direction: IBA Corporate Plan 2018-19

The IBA Corporate Plan presents our vision, services and strategy for what we want to accomplish over the next five years. We are looking at new ways to make sure that we invest the right way and for the benefit of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

IBA helps increase Aboriginal employment by 60% at Wilpena Pound Resort

The Wilpena Pound Resort in South Australia’s Ikara Flinders Ranges went from zero to 60% Aboriginal employment over the past five years, creating a substantial investment in the region that promotes job security, prosperity and opportunity. Watch the video now.

'IBA invested in my idea'

Through hard work and determination, Gavin Kelly and his team had created the technology to finally allow cotton farmers the ability to move away from the onerous hand syphon system. Watch Gavin's journey in turning his business dreams into a reality with the help of IBA.

Making dreams come true

IBA's Remote Indigenous Home Loan (RIHL) are helping Indigenous people in remote Australia achieve the dream of owning their own home. RIHL includes a concessional interest rate loan, as well as additional grants to meet related costs.

Read how owning a home has positively impacted the lives of Jamie and her family.

#DeadlyBusinesses - Tuff Yards Landscaping

Back in 2009 Stephan Ballangarry owned a ute and a lawnmower. Today he owns a successful landscaping business and employs several members of his family.

#Deadlyhomes Dan and Alex

Meet Daniel Rennie and Alex Burbury who, on becoming engaged, made a commitment to repair their finances and pursue home ownership. They have now achieved that – and much more.

#DeadlyBusinesses with your family - Stephan Ballangarry

Meet Stephan Ballangarry who shares some insights on employing family in his landscaping business Tuff Yards.

Room to move

Franchising is one of the most popular and fastest-growing components of the Australian business sector. Wendy Brookman and Karen Seage discuss owning a Fernwood Fitness and Snap printing franchise (respectively).

Dusting off a dream

Read how IBA’s Asset Leasing Trust assisted Katrina and Rowena to purchase a 15,000-litre water cart and kickstart their own business in a mining town in WA.

A firm grip

Frustrated with paying off “someone else’s mortgage”, Alex and Dan made a commitment to repair their financial situation in preparation for home ownership.

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