Colleagues who after me when bankrupt were only asked to inform them and were not allowed to administer any benefit payments - one swapped into a non advisory role and the other remained as a adviser.
Stand your ground ... the rules have not changed - you only need to inform them.
Bad enough that iv got in this mess, without additional stress for being honest.
Ideal scenario is take iva, tell personnel i have one and write them a paragraph explaining poor decision making in my youth etc. Hopefully no more than that, but its never that easy lol.
20.1 You are expected to conduct your private financial affairs in a judicious
manner. If you become bankrupt or insolvent, you must at once inform your
Establishment/Personnel Officer. Failure to do so is a disciplinary offence. You
will be required to submit such details as the Department may require. If public
funds have been, or are likely to have been involved (but not otherwise), you may
be suspended. If there is evidence that public funds have been misappropriated,
the Department will consider prosecution. If you are bankrupt or insolvent you
may be removed from duties where the handling of public funds is involved.
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