Greg McLean

Greg McLean

Greg has been in the world of finance for 40 years – in senior management roles such as branch accountant, financial controller and relationships manager.

Now, he’s the owner of a Capita franchise, and leads a dedicated team of mortgage brokers, passionate about helping borrowers in WA secure great savings on their loans.

“We support our clients by pinpointing a loan that aligns with their specific goals, which is why we have access to a high volume of loan products, including niche lenders,” he said. “Often, it’s the out of the box loan solutions that can save a client thousands over the term of their loan.”

Greg makes sure his brokers are equipped to deliver a high level of service, and believes building strong relationships with his team and his clients is the heart of good business.

When Greg isn’t at Capita, you’ll find him supporting his son at the ice hockey rink, planning travel adventures with his wife or walking his much-loved dog.

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Can your business finance do better?
Can your business finance do better?
01 May 2020

Finance brokers across the country are writing commercial loans that are hitting a new high. Mortgage brokers are turning to support commercial business, with CoreLogic reporting that there had been a 5.43% growth in mortgage brokers entering the commercial finance world over the last six months. 


Christmas Is Coming. Is Your Business Prepared?
Christmas Is Coming. Is Your Business Prepared?
22 Nov 2019

Brokers are being urged to discuss with their SME clients, the potential cash flow concerns that can arise for non-retail business over the holiday season. SME lender Prospa has found that two-thirds of small businesses succumb to some amount of financial stress over this period, which is largely attributed to the lack of funds flowing into the business.  

Propsa’s recent broker poll highlighted one of the major reasons that small business owners seek financial advice is due to managing cash flow, with more than half of the brokers saying so. Other reasons noted were financing for new or upgraded equipment (20%), expanding the current business (12%) and covering BAS and ATO debts (10%).  


How much should I earn to borrow $500 to $600,000?
How much should I earn to borrow $500 to $600,000?
26 Aug 2016

We spotted this question on a well-known Australian finance forum recently, and thought we’d ask Capita General Manager and banker turned long term broker, Gill McLean, to answer it for us.

Of course, in the real world, borrowers have complex and unique circumstances that must be considered when determining how much they are eligible to borrow.


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