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Bankruptcy lawyer files claim over OW Bunker collapse

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The ad-hoc trustee of OW Bunker, Søren Halling-Overgaard, recommends filing two compensation claims for a total USD 310 million against equity fund Altor, former accountant firm Deloitte, and the group's former senior management.


BY JESPER HØBERG & KRISTOFFER BRAHM, FINANS
Published 15.12.16 at 12:14

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