Conditions imposed on Mr Daniel Moore’s registration as a bankruptcy trustee have been varied.
In July 2021, Mr Moore was subject to strict conditions for two years,…
The Personal Insolvency Regulator (PIR) is a quarterly newsletter from AFSA.
The Inspector-General in Bankruptcy has cancelled the debt agreement registration of Sam Pos Pty Ltd trading as Debtcutter, effective 8 March 2023.
Personal insolvencies fell in Australia, with a total of 2,321 new insolvencies recorded in the December quarter 2022 down 3.6% from the December quarter 2021.
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the December quarter 2022
Personal insolvencies increased in January 2023, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Personal insolvencies are expected to rise towards pre-COVID levels over the next two years, according to new insights released by AFSA today.
Personal insolvencies decreased in December 2022, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Building a strong credit system for Australia and supporting the flow of credit is the Australian Financial Security Authority’s cornerstone objective for 2023.
The Federal Court of Australia has handed down its decision in the civil matter of Australian Securities and Investments Commission v A&M Group Pty Ltd.
The Personal Insolvency Compliance Report 2021–22 also provides a summary of key statistics throughout the year.
A Queensland woman acting on the advice of an untrustworthy pre-insolvency advisor has been convicted following an investigation by AFSA.
Personal insolvencies increased in October 2022, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
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