OW management will look at page 41 in trustee report

With the charges against OW Bunker's executive management, CEO Jim Pedersen and CFO Morten Skou, as well as the head of the subsidiary in Singapore Lars Møller, the countdown has begun to the major court case. Executive management will point to one item in particular in its defense.

Photo: OW Bunker

It was a story of foreshadowed charges, when the Attorney General's office for fraud and economic crimes - generally known as the Danish Fraud Squad (SØIK) - filed charges yesterday against several executives from one of the world's largest bunker companies, Danish OW Bunker, which after a few months on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange and after a few days of dramatic fight for survival, closed its doors on November 7th, 2014.

The three key figures have basically been waiting around for this to happen, or as they have been saying: "I wonder if they'll summon me to a meeting at some point?"

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