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Stakeholder Consultation

ACDBA has launched its proposed Code of Practice and invites submissions from interested stakeholders with their comments, observations and suggestions. Submissions should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 30 April 2015. Click here to access the stakeholders consultative draft.

ACDBA partners with Informa for CONSUMER DEBT FORUM

ACDBA and Informa are jointly hosting a 2 day forum for best practice and regulatory compliance for the debt collection process.  The forum will be held in Sydney at the Sydney Harbour Marriot Hotel on 13 & 14 April 2015.

Click here to access the brochure and registration details.

ACDBA Establishes Minimum Compliance Standards for Members

In an important step evidencing that ACDBA promotes ethical and responsible activity by its members, ACDBA has established a self-certification process as part of its conditions of membership including adopting Minimum Compliance Standards as a statement of what parties dealing with an ACDBA member should expect.

ACDBA supports call for continued funding of financial counselling services

For operators in the debt collection industry, a key challenge is maximising engagement with consumers to ascertain their ability to repay accounts owing.