International insolvency firm Rodgers Reidy is leading the way on the recently updated Australian Financial Security Authority’s (AFSA) Exemplar Behaviour Case Studies.
AFSA publishes a range of case studies to showcase examples of ‘exemplar behaviour’ from the insolvency sector. The case studies are real-life examples displaying best practice in culture, integrity and moral compass, and support public confidence in the personal insolvency system.
The rolling set of case studies has now expanded to nine, with five of those being conducted by Rodgers Reidy offices.
“Each time AFSA adds to the list of exemplar case studies, Rodgers Reidy is part of the list,” one of Rodgers Reidy’s founding directors, Geoff Reidy, says.
“AFSA lists these case studies to show behaviour of the highest integrity in our industry, so we are proud to be represented in more than half the case studies and especially in three of the four most recent additions.
“We know that personal insolvency and financial distress are hard on the people involved, so it has always been important to us in how we behave to both those in debt and those who are owed. We can’t do this without our network of financial advisors in accounting and law, many of whom partners us in getting the best outcome for everyone involved.
“This is a national effort too, with our New South Wales, Victorian and South Australian offices represented in the case studies.”