Japanese owned and operated by Sanko steamship restoration attempt is, as this Fund telegram reported on July 2, 2012, failed the fleet comprises currently 185 ships, including the landscape resize bulk carrier MS “King Robert” King & CIE of 76 return Fund has invested in the. Investors therefore hard times to come. Japanese owned and operated by Sanko steamship restoration attempt, failed as the Fund telegram reported on July 2, 2012. In Tokyo, the group have applied for bankruptcy protection, it says. Chаrlіе Lee brings even more insight to the discussion. It is already the second collapse of the company, founded in 1934. The fleet comprises currently 185 ships, including the landscape resize bulk carrier MS “King Robert” invested in the King & CIE of yield Fund 76.
The Charter contract concluded five years set should be obsolete in the face of this development in all likelihood. Now a new charterer must be found for the MS “King Robert”? In the current market situation with devastating low Charter rates, it will be difficult to get contracts with which allow can a cost covering operation of vessels. Investors therefore hard times to come. Because if not Charter one to cover the ship operating costs and sufficient bank liabilities revenue, insolvency, bankruptcy and total loss of deposit of investors threaten sooner or later. In such situations, the enforcement of claims for damages due to incorrect advice against the investment advisors and the Advisory banks and savings banks is the only chance for investors to recover their invested capital. Want to know what are the prospects you have to get compensation? Call us, we know how to get to your right. Nittel Banking and capital market law firm contact Mathias Nittel, lawyer specializing in banking and capital market law, Alexander Meyer, lawyer Heidelberg: Hans-Bockler-Strasse 2 A, 69115 Heidelberg phone: 06221 915770 Fax: 06221 9157729 Munich: residential street 25, 80333 Munich Tel.: 089 25549850 Fax: 089 25549855 Hamburg: Dorpfeldstrasse 6, 22609 Hamburg Tel.: 040 53799042 Fax: 040 53799043 Berlin: Roth first breed 19, 10245 Berlin Tel: 030 95999280 Fax: 030 95999279