The Personal Insolvency Regulator (PIR) is a quarterly newsletter from AFSA.
To align with the Australian Government’s ongoing efforts to modernise the payments, from 31 October 2023 we will no longer accept cheques as a payment option.
A South Australian man has been sentenced after pleading guilty to multiple charges of fraud and dishonesty following an investigation by AFSA.
Personal insolvencies increased in July 2023, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Read about AFSA's regulatory authority and how it supports a strong credit system for Australia.
Personal insolvencies across Australia have increased in the June quarter 2023, according to new statistics released today by the AFSA.
Statistics for the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) June quarter 2023 released today by AFSA show an increase in both searches and registrations.
A key role that the AFSA plays in protecting the broader credit system, is in the investigation of potential offences against the Bankruptcy Act 1966.
Speech by AFSA Chief Executive Tim Beresford at the 2023 Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA) National Conference, August 2.
Personal insolvencies decreased in June 2023, according to new monthly provisional statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority
AFSA Inaugural Summit
Building confidence through connection
18 October 2023, Sydney
Speech by AFSA Chief Executive Tim Beresford at the 2023 Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners (AIIP) conference, Friday 14 July.
AFSA has taken strong regulatory action to impose audit conditions on a registered debt agreement administrator A&M Group Pty Ltd, trading as Debt Negotiators.
The Inspector-General in Bankruptcy and the Official Trustee have applied to the Federal Court of Australia for the repayment of trust money by former RDAA.
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