A Queensland woman acting on the advice of an untrustworthy pre-insolvency advisor has been convicted following an investigation by the Australian Financial Security Authority…
Personal insolvencies fell in Australia, with a total of 2,410 new insolvencies recorded in the September quarter 2022 – down 8.1% from the September quarter 2021.
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the September quarter 2022
People experiencing financial distress may be easy targets for dodgy and unlawful advice.
Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) statistics for the September quarter 2020
Specialist data from AFSA released today shows just how important it is for businesses that provide goods on credit to manage their risk.
The Personal Insolvency Regulator (PIR) is a quarterly newsletter from AFSA’s independent Regulation and Enforcement division.
We have simplified the way you apply for bankruptcy whilst at the same time providing you with the correct information.
The Commonwealth Government has announced an extension to temporary debt relief measures.
Mr Stanley Phillip Kaftel has been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment after breaching bankruptcy law for the second time in two years.
The redeveloped Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) website launched on 26 August 2020.
The registration of Ms Louise Thomson to act as a bankruptcy trustee has been cancelled, following an investigation and disciplinary committee hearing.
AFSA has been made aware of a scam letter that includes the Australian Financial Security Authority logo.
West Australian man, John Paul Boardman, has pleaded guilty to 43 charges under Commonwealth bankruptcy law in the Perth Magistrates Court.
The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) released regional personal insolvency statistics for the June quarter 2020.
A New South Wales man was convicted in the Parramatta District Court after pleading guilty to two charges.
The Australia Financial Security Authority today released the personal insolvency statistics for 2019–20 and June quarter 2020.
A 72 year old West Australian man, Patrick Naughton, has pleaded guilty to one charge under Commonwealth bankruptcy law in the Perth Magistrates Court.
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