I've seen no information on that. By this point in time, merchent ship sinkings were so common that this wasn't the sort of thing that would get a lot of special attention unless something about it really stood out.
I have a copy of the report into her sinking (under Shipping Casualities / Return for Wreck Register).
It states the following:
Ship was struck by a torpedo from an enemy submarine at 7.45 a.m. when steaming at a speed of 12 knots. A French torpedo boat was escorting the ship at the time. A French patrol boat came up and tried to tow the vessel but tow rope broke at 1.20 pm. While trying to connect rope at 2.15 p.m. a second torpedo was fired and vessel began to make water fast. Crew were taken on board patrol boats. Master understands that ship sank later. Crew remained by ship for 7 hours, from first torpedo being fired. Second torpedo destroyed all ship's papers which were in ship's boat. Two firemen were scalded.