OW Bunker senior exec assumed his people had things under control when lethal Singapore credit ran wild

This Wednesday, Lars Møller offered his version of the story about how a credit to a financially dubious partner ran wild and wound up taking OW Bunker down.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Kasper Palsnov.

Lars Møller has taken the stand.

He has remained completely silent for more than three years, but now, for the first time, we are going to hear his version of the story of how in November 2014 he played a role in the collapse of OW Bunker.

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