We are responsible for Australia's personal insolvency and personal property securities systems, which:
- provide Australian consumers and businesses with tools to manage financial risk
- contribute to investor and business confidence
- provide enhanced access to finance with the economy.
Working at AFSA
At AFSA, we offer a varied, challenging and rewarding work environment. You will also have the opportunity to work in a friendly, diverse team with flexible options to support work-life balance.
We are looking for capable and motivated people to join the team.
Complaints and reviews
AFSA is responsible for monitoring standards of personal insolvency practitioners (including registered trustees, the Official Trustee, and debt agreement administrators) under the Bankruptcy Act.
Its role includes dealing with complaints against trustees and administrators and dealing with requests for review of certain decisions made by trustees on behalf of the Inspector-General in Bankruptcy.
News and media
AFSA continues to uphold the government's principles of regulatory best practice to foster productive relationships with our stakeholders and clients.