Political efforts to change insolvency law are taking inspiration from Australia.

Labour MP Raymond Huo is consulting with the private sector about a bill that would allow private sector insolvency practitioners to take the place of government-employed official assignees, inviting the private sector into a role that has previously been monopolised by the government.

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