Former Aegean executives sued in case related large-scale fraud

Creditors have filed a lawsuit against four former executives of former Aegean Marine Petroleum. They are accused of having breached their duties in a case of alleged fraud totaling USD 300 million.

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Four former executives at Aegean Marine Petroleum are now being sued in a case concerning alleged fraud totaling USD 300 million.

Aegean Marine Petroleum, now Minerva Bunkering, has previously accused the company's founder, Dimitris Melisanidis, of having channeled USD 300 million out of the company in a case of alleged fraud. This allegedly happened through prepayments for future oil deliveries which were never delivered. Melisanidis has previously rejected the accusations and is not among the four people sued.

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