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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Adam and Debra Donald Better Business Award finalists
Adam and Debra Donald Better Business Award finalists
16 Dec 2016

We are pleased to announce that Capita mortgage broker Adam Donald and administrator Debra Donald have both been named finalists in The Adviser Better Business Awards.

“Adam and I love what we do and are both passionate about the finance industry,” Debra said.“To be acknowledged as finalists certainly makes us both happy and very proud.”


How to lower mortgage stress
How to lower mortgage stress
18 Jan 2018

Data Finance Analytics has released new data that says around 29.7% of Aussie households are feeling the pinch of mortgage stress. 

So, what exactly is mortgage stress? And what steps can be taken to alleviate the pressure? We’ve taken time out to address this important issue.


What is ‘principal and interest’ on a mortgage?
What is ‘principal and interest’ on a mortgage?
06 Oct 2017

A new study by UBS has found one-third of borrowers in Australia with interest-only loans are unaware they are not paying off any of the principal amount on their mortgage.*

Jonathon Mott, an analyst at UBS told The Australian:


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