Law & Regulation

'Heavy lifting' of new liquidators’ regime done – RITANZ chair

Victoria Young
Mon, 31 May 2021

RITANZ chair John Fisk thinks the quasi-regulator's workload will lighten.
Victoria Young
Mon, 31 May 2021
It has been a high-profile year for liquidators’ body RITANZ which started licensing insolvency practitioners late last year.The industry body - formally known as the Restructuring and Turnaround Association of New Zealand - hit the headlines as it grapples with becoming an industry regulator.Most notably, the exclusion of Waterstone Insolvency’s Damien Grant as a member saw the liquidator seek a judicial review of the board’s membership process. He was eventually granted membership into the group which has about 480 memb...

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