Professor: Dan-Bunkering case leaves questions as to CEO's responsibility

Bunker Holding and Dan-Bunkering's sanction violations were not in accord with the group's values, management said yesterday. But that the company is letting Keld R. Demant stay as CEO prompts a fundamental question regarding his managerial responsibility, according to professor.

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The decision of Bunker Holding's board to let Keld R. Demant continue as chief executive at the company despite a conditional sentence of four months in prison leaves a fundamental question about the CEO's responsibility for the company's actions.

Per Nikolaj Bukh, professor at the Department of Economics and Management at Aalborg University, says as much to ShippingWatch in a comment.

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