co-regulation

Insolvency practitioner regulation – an Australian story

With the UK government rethinking the regulation of its insolvency practitioners (IPs), moving away from co-regulation to a system more …

The potential for conflicts of interest in professional co-regulation

Referrals to a disciplinary committee of two senior insolvency practitioners with connections prompt my further explanations of Australia’s insolvency practitioner …

Regulation of insolvency practitioners by accounting bodies

The outcomes of co-regulation of UK insolvency practitioners are explained in a May 2020 report of the ICAEW, with some …

A review of Australia’s insolvency practitioner regulation system

Given a choice between a good insolvency law and poor practitioners, and good practitioners and a poor insolvency law, the …

Regulation of Australian insolvency practitioners – UK and NZ compared

I am pleased to be soon presenting to various groups on the regulation of Australian insolvency practitioners, with some comparisons …

Whistleblowing, as a means of professional regulation?

The use of whistleblowers in the regulation of tax and corporate law, and the bases for incentivizing and protecting them, are …

Another new co-regulation regime for insolvency practitioners – NZ, following the UK and India

Just as India has introduced co-regulation of its new breed of insolvency practitioners, so has New Zealand acted on a …