External Links

Practitioners will find many useful links to the websites of insolvency related organisations in these pages.

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The Australian Financial Security Authority is the government agency responsible for the administration and regulation of the personal insolvency system in Australia.


The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is responsible for the administration of the Corporations Act, which includes oversight of corporate insolvency appointments and the regulation of registered liquidators.


The Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG) provides protection for unpaid employee entitlements when people lose their job due to liquidation or bankruptcy of their former employer.

It is administered by the Department of Employment.



The Australian Taxation Office is the Government's principal revenue collection agency. Their role is to manage and shape tax and superannuation systems that fund services for Australians.

Australian Attorney-General's Department

The Attorney General's Department is responsible for developing and giving effect to the government's policies on personal insolvency law and practice in Australia.

AFSA is an independent agency within the Attorney-General's portfolio.

The Treasury

The Treasury is responsible for developing and giving effect to the government's policies on corporate insolvency law and practice in Australia.

ASIC and the ATO are both independent agencies within the Treasury portfolio.


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