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OW trustees will raise claims against former management

Trustees in the OW Bunker estate are preparing to raise the claims in the trial over the bunker company's collapse. A new deal with a New York-based investment firm means that there is now funding to file the recommended claims.

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The bankrupt estate of OW Bunker has landed a new deal for financing and has declared itself willing to hunt for more money for creditors in the Danish bunker company.

In a brief statement, the trustees announce that a deal has been entered with the New York-based investment company Lion Point for fresh capital.

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