A new committee set up to complement ASICs functions has released the names of lawyers appointed to its ministerial pool.
The creation of the federal Insolvency Disciplinary Committee is part of a new Australian corporate insolvency regime that has been enacted in 2016.
Minister for Revenue and Financial Services Kelly ODwyer announced last week nine names for appointment as members to a pool for the new committee. Seven of the new members are lawyers.
The committee members that have been appointed for three years include Victorian barrister Stewart Maiden, Arnold Bloch Leibler partner Leon Zwier and deputy chairperson of the Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board Clare Lethlean.
With two-year appointments are Victorian barr…