Nobu Su, an Asian shipping tycoon and inventor, who have recently filed a claim in Singapore earlier this year against RBS, Fred Goodwin ...
Nobu Su’s attempts to get back into dry bulk shipping are meeting a series of speedbumps with brokers and financiers wary of doing business with the Taiwanese magnate. Su, one of the world’s largest shipowners...
Nobu Su, the fallen Taiwanese shipowner turned serial maritime inventor, has uploaded a short documentary to YouTube, available below, in which he alleges one of Taiwan’s top banks laundered ...
Nobu Su, the failed Taiwanese shipowner turned maritime inventor, makes a bold claim in today’s Maritime CEO interview, saying he’s patented what he reckons could become the “Google Car of shipping”.
Nobu Su’s Today Makes Tomorrow (TMT) has lodged a lawsuit against JP Morgan Chase over allegations the US banking giant is wrongfully failing to turn over the Taiwanese shipowner’s cash.
Today Makes Tomorrow (TMT) has written to JPMorgan Chase Bank to question two remittances of $5.25m in total, which TMT said were paid its account
A Nobu Su-controlled entity has filed a challenge nearly 11 months after a US judge dismissed its lawsuit against RBS Securities over control of a chunk of Star Bulk Carriers shares.
Nobu Su, chairman of Today Makes Tomorrow (TMT), has successfully served Fred Goodwin, former chief executive of UK bank RBS, with court papers as his litigation against the bank gathers pace.
Taiwanese entities in Chapter 11 reach deal with creditors and Vantage over cash frozen amid fight with Nobu Su. A group of Today Makes Tomorrow (TMT) subsidiaries being liquidated in
It’s easy to characterise Nobu Su as shipping’s malcontent. It’s been two years since Maritime CEO profiled the Taiwanese shipping tycoon, but in that time Su has quietly made his exit from shipowning a