Bankruptcy trustee registration conditions reviewed following variation application

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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, following an investigation and disciplinary committee hearing regarding alleged breaches of confidentiality, delays in distributing funds and a failure to maintain proper books and records.

Mr Moore was able to retain his registration under conditions including a ban on sole appointments to administrations for the restricted period.

In November 2022, Mr Moore applied to remove the restriction around sole appointments – citing difficulty in finding a registered trustee willing to consent to joint appointments.

The request was referred to a committee which decided to vary the condition. Between 8 February 2023 and 29 July 2023, Mr Moore will be able to accept sole appointments – subject to an independent registered trustee conducting an audit within the first 12 months for at least 3 administrations.

The conditions imposed on Mr Moore’s registration are outlined on AFSA’s Practitioner Register.

The media release from the decision in July 2021 is available on the AFSA website.


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