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Find out more about AFSA's response to the Bankruptcy Act amendment that was recently announced.
Personal insolvencies decreased in October 2023, according to new monthly statistics released today by the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Statistics for the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) September quarter 2023 released today by AFSA show increase in both searches and registrations.
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the December quarter 2021
The Inspector-General in Bankruptcy has cancelled the registrations of Debt Options (Admin) Pty Ltd and Craig Bax as debt agreement administrators.
A Victorian man has been charged under the Bankruptcy Act, after allegedly accessing more than $600,000 in credit without disclosing his bankruptcy.
The Personal Insolvency Regulator (PIR) is a quarterly newsletter from AFSA.
No doubt many people will be happy to say goodbye to what has been another difficult year, personally, & for the country and the world more broadly.
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) has today released its Personal Insolvency Compliance Report 2020–21.
AFSA will be implementing a change to the current creditor meeting process for registered trustees.
AFSA is pleased to announce that we have won a Gold Award at the 2021 Commonwealth Awards for Excellence in Risk Management.
For businesses, particularly small to medium enterprises it is crucial to obtain the right advice as you navigate the ever-evolving economic landscape.
Yesterday, Hamish McCormick formally retired from his role as the Chief Executive of Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) released regional personal insolvency statistics for the September quarter 2021.
AFSA has released its Annual Report 2020-21, discussing the agency’s operations and achievements in the last financial year.
In the September quarter 2021, personal insolvencies fell 12.3% according to the Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA).
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the September quarter 2021
A Victorian woman has been sentenced to 2 years imprisonment by the Victorian County Court after pleading guilty to 13 offences under the Bankruptcy Act.
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