Who we are
A short introduction
RITANZ is the professional body for insolvency practitioners and for those working in the field of business reconstruction and turnaround, and corporate and personal insolvency in New Zealand. The organization is affiliated with INSOL International, a worldwide federation of national associations for accountants and lawyers who specialize in turnaround and insolvency.
RITANZ is run by a Board of elected volunteers from the professional services sectors operating within or closely associated with the industry.
Our mission is to support insolvency and recovery professionals in their quest to restore the economic value of under-performing businesses, to assist financially challenged individuals and to help develop, maintain and promote the integrity of the insolvency profession.
We deliver this through the provision of innovative training and education, upholding ethical and professional standards, partnering with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand by the development of self-regulation, and promoting the ideals of the profession to the public at large.
RITANZ has branches in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Learn more about the benefits of becoming a member of RITANZ here.
Information about the next RITANZ meetings can be found on the Meetings page.
Upcoming national conference and seminar information can be found on on the conference page, and details of all international courses can be found by visiting INSOL International’s website.
Why join RITANZ?
Opportunity to become an accredited insolvency practitioner in conjunction with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
Free attendance to branch meetings
Membership of INSOL International
Preferential rates for international and regional conferences and seminars, e-newsletter
Discounted rate for the International Insolvency Review
RITANZ technical papers
Case studies and more
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