Get to know Yellow Brick Road

“All Australians deserve access to quality, affordable financial services and advice.”

Yellow Brick Road helps Australians on the road to their hopes and dreams. We offer competitive rates, an all-encompassing portfolio of mortgage broking services and a network of trusted home loan experts all over Australia.

Our mortgage brokers are small business owners with a vested interest in their local community. They understand the hopes and dreams of the people who live in their patch, and how to achieve them.

But no matter where we are based, we all believe that all Australians deserve access to quality and reliable mortgage solutions. So, we’re here to provide meaningful services, from the purchase of your first home right up to an investment property to support you in retirement.

Our goals

I started Yellow Brick Road with the goal to give all Australians access to quality mortgage broking advice and solutions.

Investor centre

Shareholders and prospective investors can access important company updates, events, announcements and interviews here.

In the news

Read all about what the press has to say about important Yellow Brick Road developments and views.

Executive team

Meet the leaders taking Yellow Brick Road to the forefront of the Australian mortgage industry.

Mark Bouris Executive Chairman

Mark Bouris has established a successful career from building disruptive businesses to challenge the market and provide smarter solutions for consumers.

Mark’s current positions include Executive Chairman of Yellow Brick Road Group (ASX: YBR) and Non-Executive Director of Sydney Roosters Football Club and Eastern Suburbs Leagues Club. He is also an Adjunct Professor for Banking & Finance and Business Law & Tax at UNSW Business School and works with the University to mentor tomorrow’s business leaders.

In 2015, Mark was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to the finance industry and tertiary education and has most recently acted as Chairman of the Taskforce into Digitisation of Small Businesses in Australia for the Australian Treasury.

Mark founded Mentored in 2017, where he hosts The Mentor and Straight Talk podcasts, and provides mentoring on the Survive and Thrive series and Mentored.com.au. He is also the author of Wealth Wizard, The Yellow Brick Road to Your Financial Security, What it Takes, and Rise.

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Kevin Mangano Chief Digital & Marketing Officer

Kevin is an experienced Executive leading Cyber Security, Technology, Risk, Marketing, and Digital teams in Financial Services.

Joining the YBR Group in 2022, Kevin is responsible for the IT, Marketing, Risk and Compliance functions across all the brands in the company.

Prior to joining YBR, Kevin was the Head of Security and Support Services APAC at Rabobank and held Senior Management roles in IT, Cyber Security, and Technology Risk at Aussie Home Loans. He has a Master’s Degree in Business in IT Management.

Kevin is customer focused and is a strong communicator who excels in bridging the gap between the digital world, the business, and its customers.

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Neil Peters General Manager - Sales & Distribution

Neil is an experienced professional in the financial services and automotive industries, having held senior positions as Head of Strategy, Head of Sales, and most recently Head of Enterprise Business Planning for Toyota Finance Australia.

In 2023, he joined the YBR Group to develop an industry-leading Sales and Performance Standards framework. This framework aims to structure sales processes, ensure consistency in customer experience, and identify gaps and new opportunities.

Neil‘s expertise in the industry makes him a valuable addition to the YBR Group, and his leadership across our Sales Distribution and Strategy is pivotal in improving our processes and overall customer experience.

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