Trial begins against OW Bunker's controversial Singapore CEO

The legal battle to place responsibility for the collapse of OW Bunker in 2014 will begin on April 4. The defendant is Lars Møller, former CEO of OW Bunker's subsidiary in Singapore. The inner circle of key people have been summoned as witnesses.

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On Wednesday, April 4, one of the most high-profile court cases following the collapse of Danish bunker company OW Bunker will begin.

Lars Møller, former CEO of OW Bunker's Singapore subsidiary Dynamic Oil Trading (DOT), will appear at the Court in Aalborg, Denmark, where the matter of liability in one of the largest bankruptcies in Danish history will be settled. This marks the first and only criminal case in the story of the prominent oil trading company, which crumbled and collapsed over the course of a few weeks in November 2014. Møller is the only one charged in the case.

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