Yes, in every bankruptcy the receiver investigates the causes of the bankruptcy and whether there has been any unlawful act, whether fraud has taken place and whether the company has been properly managed. It is also examined whether the obligation to keep records has been complied with and whether the annual accounts have been filed on time. The receiver will further investigate whether there have been ‘fraudulent acts’ that may have disadvantaged creditors. If the receiver’s investigation gives just cause, the receiver will take (legal) action in consultation with the court.