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AFSA’s Chief Executive Tim Beresford shares insights from his first few months in the role and outlines AFSA’s vision to become a visible, modern and contemporary regulator.
The report details common tactics which may be signs of untrustworthy advisor activity and discusses the consequences of bad advice.
The program outlines how we will continue to maintain confidence in the systems we regulate and covers both personal insolvency and personal property securities.
We’ve listened to your feedback and will soon be launching a new AFSA website to help our clients access our services and make informed financial decisions.
AFSA, ASIC and ARITA have together released an updated guide explaining the interaction between bankruptcy and liquidation.
We have provided some examples to explain recent updates made to the Bankruptcy Act to provide further information on quorum requirements.
Recent amendments to Debt agreement administrators' guidelines to certification requirements - IGPD 13
The Inspector-General recently made updates to the ‘Debt agreement administrators' guidelines to certification requirements’ practice document.
We recently enhanced our tip-off process to more effectively collect data and intelligence to identify misconduct and harm to the insolvency system.
Company directors are required by law to apply for a director identification number (director ID).
While personal insolvency agreements (PIAs) can produce beneficial outcomes, the ATO must ensure taxpayers meet their obligations in full where able.
We’ve outlined some court decisions that have recently been handed down relevant to personal insolvency in Australia.