Tax shelter at center of fraud case against Danish bunker company

A Danish court on Thursday began a sensational court case against a Danish bunker company charged with fraud. A tax shelter company plays key part.

A tax shelter company and an employee who has previously been reported to the police look set to become two central parts when the Danish court in the city of Kolding in the coming weeks will treat a criminal case filed against a well-known Danish bunker company and several of its executives.

A court-ordered name ban has been placed on all individuals charged in the case, but as previously reported by ShippingWatch and Finans, the case concerns alleged systematic fraud committed by a Danish company with a revenue in the hundreds of millions which sells bunker fuel on par with OW Bunker, which collapsed in 2014.

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