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Catalonia leads creditors’ competition in Spain, which rises again in the first quarter

The number of bankruptcy proceedings filed increased again in the first quarter of 2022, thus maintaining its upward trend since…

By admin , in news , at June 6, 2022

The number of bankruptcy proceedings filed increased again in the first quarter of 2022, thus maintaining its upward trend since the third quarter of 2020. The sum of insolvency proceedings filed in commercial courts and natural persons registered in first instance courts, according to the General Council of Judiciary (CGPJ), the first instance and directions amount in this first quarter is 5,312, which is 7.9% higher than the same period of 2021. Is.

Of the total insolvency proceedings filed, 2,812 pertain to non-commercial persons, who went to courts of prima facie and prima facie and of direction, and 2,500 to commercial courts. Catalonia has been the region in which the most competitions have been presented. In both the cases. In commercial courts, 846 (33.8% of the total) were registered, and in courts of first instance and first instance and direction, 692 (24.6%). In both cases, Madrid, the Valencian Community and Andalusia followed in the rankings.

if you analyze it Number of competitions per 100,000 inhabitants, Catalonia also prominently leads the classification. In terms of non-entrepreneurial natural person competitions filed per 100,000 inhabitants, Catalonia is first with 8.9, ahead of Asturias (8.7). Madrid is fourth with 7.6. In terms of occupational natural persons presented in commercial courts per 100,000 inhabitants, Catalonia ranks first with 6.3, well above second (the Balearic Islands, with 3.1. Madrid lives at 1.5). madridhowever, is First in the competition of legal persons Presented in commercial courts for every 100,000 inhabitants: 5.1, compared to 4.6 in Catalonia, which ranks second.

Catalonia leads creditors’ competition in Spain, which rises again in the first quarter

2022-06-06 08:57:49