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.
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) is warning members of the public to be wary of red flags and promises that are too good to be true
The interrelationship between the personal insolvency system and Australia’s economy – working together maintaining system confidence and integrity.
Personal insolvencies decreased in July 2022, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
A Western Australian man appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court, facing 7 charges under the Bankruptcy Act 1966 following an investigation by AFSA.
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the June quarter 2022
Personal insolvencies are continuing to fall in Australia, with a total of 9,545 new insolvencies recorded in the 2021-22 financial year down 10% from 2020-21.
An SMS phishing scam disguised as being from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is targeting Australians.
AFSA, ASIC and ARITA have together released an updated guide explaining bankruptcy and liquidation and how they interact.
Best practice approach as to how debt disputes can be managed.
Personal insolvencies increased in June 2022, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Our Compliance Program for 2022–23, outlines how we will continue to maintain confidence in the systems we regulate.
If you are struggling financially, you are not alone, and support is available. It is important to get help early and understand your options.
The Australian Financial Security Authority and Australian Federal Police has today executed a search warrant in relation to suspected fraudulent activity.
Changes to the Insolvency Practice (Bankruptcy) amendment rules 2022, commenced on Tuesday 5 July 2022.
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