Euronav CEO talks about moving address: Bermuda could be on the table

Prominent Belgian tanker carrier Euronav is open to changing address as part of a forthcoming merger with Frontline. ”Everything is being considered at the moment,” says CEO Hugo De Stoop in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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BRUSSELS – Despite a long history in Belgium, it’s far from a given that Euronav’s headquarters will remain by the riverside in Antwerp going forward, Chief Executive Hugo De Stoop tells ShippingWatch in an interview.

The interview follows the company’s annual general meeting Thursday, when a looming merger with tanker operator Frontline was particularly prominent among the attendees.

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