Ex-CFO of Bunker Holding was surprised by new jet fuel trades

Jesper Klokker Hansen, former CFO of Bunker Holding, explained as part of the Dan-Bunkering case that he was surprised that new trades involving jet fuel were made following inquiries by the Danish Business Authority.

Photo: PR / Bunker Holding

On the one hand, Jesper Klokker Hansen held the view that there was nothing to criticize about the previous deliveries of jet fuel to Russian customers prior to the inquiry by the Danish Business Authority on Dec. 23, 2016.

On the other, Hansen, who was the chief financial officer of Bunker Holding and made up the executive team alongside Keld R. Demant, was surprised to learn that subsidiary Dan-Bunkering carried out eight new trades with a Russian customer during the first months of 2017.

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