|Type of bankruptcy||Regions||Periods||Pronounced bankrupcies (number)|
|Total natural persons||Groningen (PV)||2021*||17|
|Total natural persons||Oost-Groningen (CR)||2021*||6|
|Total natural persons||Overig Groningen (CR)||2021*||9|
|Nat. person without sole proprietorship||Groningen (PV)||2021*||9|
|Nat. person without sole proprietorship||Oost-Groningen (CR)||2021*||2|
|Nat. person without sole proprietorship||Overig Groningen (CR)||2021*||5|
|Nat. person with sole proprietorship||Groningen (PV)||2021*||8|
|Nat. person with sole proprietorship||Oost-Groningen (CR)||2021*||4|
|Nat. person with sole proprietorship||Overig Groningen (CR)||2021*||4|
This table contains the number of bankruptcy orders issued by Dutch courts. Numbers are broken down by type of bankruptcy (natural persons with or without sole proprietorship) and regions.
Data available from: January 2009
Status of the figures:
Figures on the last two months are provisional.
Changes as of January 12, 2022:
The December 2021 figures have been added.
When will new figures be published?
January 2022 figures are expected to be published on February 11, 2022.
- Pronounced bankrupcies
- Pronounced bankruptcies
Number of natural persons with or without sole proprietorship that have been declared bankrupt by court ruling.
A legal proceeding involving a legal entity (person or company) that has ceased to repay outstanding debts and is declared bankrupt by the court. All assets and income of the entity (the debtor) are seized and used to repay the debts. Bankruptcy may be initiated by a creditor, the debtor or the public prosecutor’s office. After payment of the assets and income to the creditors, the bankruptcy is filed as completed, but the debtor is often not free of debts as any residual debts will remain payable. Moreover, a declaration of bankruptcy at the request of a creditor is only possible if there are debts to other creditors as well.