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Lars Møller will be held liable for the collapse of OW Bunker

Lars Møller, former executive at OW Bunker's subsidiary in Singapore, has been charged with fraud worth DKK 800 million. "There is nothing here in the context of criminal liability," Møller's lawyer, Arvid Andersen, tells ShippingWatch.

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Today, two and a half years after the collapse of Danish company OW Bunker, Denmark's Attorney General's office for fraud and economic crimes has revealed that it is charging a former executive of a Singaporean subsidiary of OW Bunker with committing fraud.

The executive is named Lars Møller. Until the collapse in November 2014, he was chief executive of Dynamic Oil Trading (DOT), confirms his lawyer Arvid Andersen to ShippingWatch.

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