To complement the online insolvency eligibility tool we’ve developed a downloadable printable resource to help people understand their options and where to go for more help.
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.
We recently held a financial capability focus group in Melbourne. We discussed ideas and gathered feedback from Financial Counsellors on how we can better support people in financial difficulty.
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.
This report is designed to educate people about the existing processes and share the insights we’ve gained through complaints, inspections and our data.
We are simplifying the process to apply for bankruptcy, combining the Statement of Affairs and Debtor's Petition forms and moving this service online.
We’d like to invite financial counsellors in Melbourne to attend our Financial Capability Focus Group on 13 November! This will be an opportunity to talk about how we can work together to build financial capability in our community.
Registered trustees please give your feedback on a drafted Official Receiver notices guideline.