Identity Verification with Super and Payroll Data: A Step Towards Financial Inclusion
10th Jul 2024

Establishing real, demonstrable trust in a person’s identity is essential for Australia’s 26.7 million people to transact online safely and effortlessly, levelling the playing field for credit access and fuelling our digital economy.

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Just because you own an asset, doesn’t mean it’s yours to keep. If your business hires or loans equipment to third parties and you don’t comply with the PPSA, you have little protection over your equipment should your customer go broke. The collapse of Kentor Minerals proves spectacularly how security interest now beats legal title.

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https://www.edxppsr.com.au/contactWhen it comes to protecting your business from bad debt, where do you turn: trade credit insurance or the PPSR?

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As global efforts to reduce money laundering and terrorist funding increase, so does the onus on Australian financial institutions to carry out politically exposed person (PEP) and sanction screening. 

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When a customer goes out of business before you’ve been paid, there’s one important way to protect yourself: the PPSR. This court case shows how registering your security interests on the PPSR will give you a seat at the negotiating table and a real chance to recover goods or money owed. 

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Path beyond Australia's Banking Royal Commission

Over the past three years, the words 'Banking Royal Commission' became part of Australia’s conversation about itself, starting as an argument about whether to have an inquiry and then later as we watched the court room drama of the 2018 hearings unfold. 

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When you renew your expiring registrations on the PPSR, should you be registering “Transitional” or “Non-Transitional. If you get it wrong, your registration may be invalid, and you may lose your goods.https://www.edxppsr.com.au/contact

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We are increasingly apprehensive about machines making unrestrained, unexplainable and potentially biased decisions that may impact our lives and wellbeing. Can we accept decisions when they aren’t reasonably understandable and appear unfair? 

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Creditor Rights To Your Advantage

A creditor's response to external administration can mean the difference between writing off the debt or achieving a recovery. Here Karl Hill looks at how creditors can enforce their rights and what can be done to hold external administrators accountable.

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How to screen for sanctions and Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs): 6 strategies that could help you protect your business.

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