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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Is sustainable cash flow a pipe dream?
Is sustainable cash flow a pipe dream?
06 Feb 2020

Christmas and the New Year are exciting and busy times, especially at the shops. What about the businesses though, that can’t rely on retail sales for a cash injection? Now that we transitioned away from the silly season and life resumes as normal, not all businesses are riding that post-holiday high. Many business owners are being forced to dive into their personal accounts to cover their current cash flow shortfalls. Results from a ‘My Business’ poll asked its respondents “how quickly are your invoices typically paid by your customers/clients?”. After receiving 153 responses, 58.9% said they were paid within 30 days. 

16.3% said they are paid at point of sale.  9.2% said they are paid within 7 days.  13.1% said they are paid within 14 days.  20.3% said that most payments are received within the 30-day mark. 


It’s time to take control
It’s time to take control
28 Feb 2020

The cash-rate has held on to its all-time low of 0.75 per cent in the early months of 2020. Though many people have not yet taken advantage of what these cuts can offer. The good news for home buyers and homeowners is that it is never too late with the rates holding tight. 

The reduced cash rate has seen a ripple effect, though not quite to the same extent, flow through the lending market. Most banks have passed on a reasonable amount of the cuts, and most borrowers should have seen some form of reduction in their mortgage repayments.  


5 tips for getting a home loan
5 tips for getting a home loan
11 May 2018

It’s no secret that the Australian Government is tightening the finance sector’s belt, with the recent Royal Commission taking no prisoners (especially among the Big Banks).

As a result, lenders are under pressure to comply strictly with ASIC regulations, which means it may become harder for borrowers to take out a home loan.


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