CEO leaves Maersk partner due to alleged ties with Jeffrey Epstein's ex

The CEO and founder of a hedge fund which partners with Maersk Tankers has stepped down. News report link him to Ghislaine Maxwell who was charged with recruiting young girls for Jeffrey Epstein. In an email to ShippingWatch, Maersk Tankers supports his exit.

Scott Borgerson stiftede Cargometrics i 2010. Han har nu forladt hedgefonden. | Photo: John Galayda / Marine Money

The CEO of a hedge fund which has Maersk Tankers as co-owner has stepped down from his position after several news reports have tied him to Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend and accomplice.

Scott Borgerson stepped down as CEO of fund Cargometrics in late July. Maersk Tankers has invested in the fund, which also played a key role in developing the shipping company's digital business.

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