Licensing of insolvency practitioners – decision making principles from New Zealand [updated post 13 June 2021]

Mr Damien Grant, the New Zealand insolvency practitioner who successfully challenged RITANZ’s decision to deny him the right to practice

Insolvency licensing bodies confirmed for New Zealand’s new regulatory regime

The New Zealand Registrar of Companies has approved the first licensing bodies for the commencement of the new regulatory regime

New Zealand’s insolvency practitioner regulation regime, from 1 September 2020

A new insolvency practitioner regulation regime for New Zealand will start on 1 September 2020, according to RITANZ, only a

New Zealand’s COVID-19 laws on reckless trading and debt hibernation

The COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Bill has been introduced into the New Zealand parliament is now before the

NZ Insolvency Practitioners Bill – RITANZ submission

The submission of RITANZ of 7 September 2018 on the proposed Insolvency Practitioners Bill presently before the NZ parliament raises

New Zealand insolvency practitioner reforms

Submissions on proposed major changes to NZ insolvency laws through the Insolvency Practitioners Bill, presently before parliament, closed on 24

NZ insolvency practitioner co-regulation – new law proposed

In a forthcoming article, I examine an aspect of Australia’s new regime for the (over) regulation of insolvency practitioners, which

ASIC and one-year bankruptcy, AUSTRAC, a fees claim settled, and more …

The following further commentary on insolvency – submissions due, events and conferences and case law – may be of interest.