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How to recover money from a Dutch bank in case of fraud?

It regularly happens that international fraud is committed with the help of a Dutch bank account, which is used to receive and pass on money. What does this form of fraud look like and what can be done about it? International invoicing fraud Several parties are involved in this form of fraud. In the first place, a party that trades with another party. For example: an Italian company does business with a company in Great [...]

2022-04-20T14:48:54+02:0028 December 2020|Invoice & CEO Fraud|

Fraud with bonds: what are “empty shells”?

The term empty shell stems from the financial world. It can relate to securities (such as, for instance, trackers or bonds) that do not have a countervalue approaching the nominal value or official exchange rate because the deposit on issue has not flowed into the capital of the issuing entity. Special purpose vehicle An example from legal practice of an empty shell is a bond loan that is not fully paid up by the enterprise [...]

2022-04-20T14:50:30+02:0014 January 2019|Uncategorized|

Can you file for the bankruptcy of a “Limited” in the Netherlands?

Dutch entrepreneurs can set up a foreign legal entity such as the English "Limited" (Ltd.) with which they are only active in the Netherlands. Sometimes it concerns entrepreneurs with a history of fraud or bankruptcy, who - not for the first time - do not fulfill their obligations. What if you have money from such a limited and the company does not pay? Can you go to the Dutch court to file for bankruptcy or do you have to conduct expensive proceedings abroad?

2022-05-18T17:26:18+02:0023 March 2017|Bankruptcy, Claiming Salary, How To|
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