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State prosecutor targeting defendants personally in large-scale fraud case

The Danish Attorney General’s office demands that the owners of a Danish oil company, which is charged of gross fraud, be barred from doing business in the future without being personally and completely liable, according to the indictment in the case.

The Attorney General’s office for fraud and economic crimes - generally known as the Danish Fraud Squad (SØIK) -  demands that the owners of a Danish oil company, which is charged of gross fraud, be barred for now from actively managing a business in Denmark or abroad without being personally and completely liable. The Fraud Squad also demands that the defendants for now are barred from doing or participating in business in the sector concerned.

This is evident from the indictment in the case against the Danish company and its owners about alleged gross fraud. ShippingWatch and Finans have accessed the documents through the Attorney General’s office for fraud and economic crimes.

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