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Controversial OW Bunker exec back in business in Singapore

Lars Møller was accused of comprehensive fraud in Singapore by the OW Bunker management. He is now making a comeback.

Photo: Dynamic Oil Trading/PR

One of the absolute central players in the OW Bunker case is now back in the business.

Lars Møller was CEO of OW Bunker's subsidiary Dynamic Oil Trading (DOT) in Singapore, which played a key role when the oil trading company went bankrupt in November last year. When OW Bunker collapsed, the management issued a statement in which it claimed that Lars Møller had admitted to perpetrating fraud for a total USD 125 million. The massive loss was tied to the customer Tankoil in Singapore and was a main contributor to OW Bunker's bankruptcy.

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