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Go to Orbis. Click on Status and select Bankruptcy.
Bloomberg contains bankruptcy data and news and is available in Barcelona Library Documentation room:
- Type BNKF and press GO for company bankruptcy filings.
- Type BCY and press GO and select 51) Bankruptcy news.
- Also type CACT and hit GO. Select 35) Action Types, choose 11) Capital changes and then, select Bankruptcy Filings.
- Click on Screening & Analysis.
- Expand Deals & League Tables and then expand M&A.
- Click on Advanced Search.
- On the Item Search tab, type bankruptcy as the Item Description and click Search.
- Double-click BNKRUPT Bankruptcy Flag (Y/N) to open menu.
- Select All Bankruptcies (default) and click Apply to Search.
- Add other desired search criteria and click Execute to complete the search.
Note: this resource only works in Internet Explorer.
In Business Source Ultimate, use Bankruptcy or Business Failures as Subject.
Try these resources:
- InterNet Bankruptcy Library
- Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system is the Federal Judiciary's centralized registration, billing, and technical support center for electronic access to U.S. District, Bankruptcy, and Appellate court records. Registration is required and one has to pay per page retrieved.
- Additionally, BankruptcyData.com. This service is a division of New Generation Research who publishes the annual Bankruptcy Yearbook and Almanac. The website allows users to search their database of publicly traded companies and selected private companies who have filed for bankruptcy since 1986 for free.
- Creditreform maintains bankruptcy statistics for Europe back to 2000 in Insolvenzen in Europa.
- The United States Trustee Program, an arm of the Department of Justice "whose mission it is to promote the integrity and efficiency of the bankruptcy system" publishes on its website statistics and reports about bankruptcies, abuses of the bankruptcy system, and the program's enforcement actions.
- Lynn M. LoPucki's Bankruptcy Research Database at UCLA specializes in large, public company bankruptcy cases.
- U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (EDGAR). See Filings and Forms.