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Daniel Blizzard, CEO

Alleasing becomes Maia Financial

For more than 25 years, we have helped businesses across Australia and New Zealand to finance assets and infrastructure. While we remain committed to our equipment finance heritage, we are excited that as Maia Financial, we now offer a broader array of ways to support business growth.

Daniel Blizzard, Chief Executive Officer

“When we invest, we do it for the long-term and we bring to bear capital that matches your wildest ambitions.”

WHAT WE STAND FOR

01.

CHOICE

Giving you greater choice

The market lacks innovation. Australia and New Zealand lending models are insufficient to keep up with current trends. Our mission is to provide capital choice in these markets.
02.

PARTNERSHIP

We partner with you for the long term

Our focus is to support clients’ growth, over the long-term. Ultimately we win when you win.
03.

GROWTH

Helping you grow no matter your ambitions

We spend time understanding you, your business and your future dreams. And we help you find the hidden potential to unleash growth.

Our People

Our brand is our people

We have hand selected a team of expert growth advisors from a vast range of disciplines. These experts provide a highly developed solution, no matter what the challenge.

News & Blogs

4 September 2018

Equipment Demand Index- Capital Expenditure

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28 May 2018 by Maia Financial

IFRS 16- challenges and opportunties in the new leasing standard

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13 February 2018

New Zealand Tipped for New NZD$70 Billion Capital Formation Record

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9 February 2018

Kiwi businesses amp up equipment investment for export push

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7 February 2018

Equipment Demand Index: New Year, New Growth

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12 December 2017

Is Australia’s red meat processing industry at crisis point?

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September 2018

Equipment Demand Index- Capital Expenditure

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New Zealand Tipped for New NZD$70 Billion Capital Formation Record

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