Bunker Holding lets Keld Demant stay as CEO despite prison sentence

With a conditional prison sentence of four months, Keld R. Demant is going to continue as CEO of Bunker Holding. The company declines to provide a comment to ShippingWatch as to whether the sentence can hurt the group.

Despite his conditional prison sentence, Keld R. Demant has "the full confidence of the board of directors and the owners" to continue as CEO of Bunker Holding. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Keld R. Demant is allowed to keep his position as chief executive at Bunker Holding despite a conditional sentence of four months in prison for violating the European Union's sanctions on Syria.

Bunker Holding's board of directors writes in a press release that Demant is going to "take note of" his criminal sentence.

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