Profit grows at Global Risk Management

Danish company Global Risk Management almost doubled its result, reports Danish media Børsen. The company is part of the Bunker Holding group.

Hans Erik Christensen | Photo: Global Risk Management/PR

The result saw significant improvement from 2015 to 2016 at Global Risk Management, with growth from DKK 46 million before taxes in 2015, up to DKK 80 million (EUR 10.75 million) before taxes in 2016, reports Danish media Børsen.

The company, based in Denmark, is part of the Bunker Holding group and works in covering risk in the oil price for customers such as carriers.

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