Each year, after analysing data, trends and intelligence, AFSA develops and publishes a Personal Insolvency Compliance Program that outlines how we will continue to maintain confidence in the personal insolvency system.
Our draft regulatory charter defines our approach to regulation strategies, priorities and programs for our personal insolvency and Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) services.
We are seeking your feedback on proposed changes to the way we distribute bankruptcy work to registered trustees.
We have developed new Inspector-General guidance documents for insolvency practitioners.
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our services, we’re updating our Inspector-General Practice Documents (IGPDs) and Inspector-General Practice Statements (IGPSs).
Culture, not only within AFSA but across all entities operating in the personal insolvency system, is an important area of attention for AFSA.
On 13 November 2019 we published a draft of our review of trustee remuneration on the AFSAsandpit to seek feedback. Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their views on trustee remuneration.
Culture has been a key theme for AFSA this year. While our focus has primarily been the organisational culture of insolvency professionals, we have also taken the opportunity to look at our own organisational culture.