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Money + Card Payment Institution Ltd.: €404K Fine

Public Notice by the Malta Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit that it has imposed a fine of €403,947 on Money + Card Payment Institution Limited for regulatory breaches. Editor's Note: Research by OffshoreAlert in the Malta Business Registry showed that Money + Card Payment Institution Limited was incorporated in Malta on July 27th, 2015, went into liquidation on June 13th, 2019, has no current directors, its former directors include Zoltan Bota, who resigned effective May 11th, 2019; Terry Galea, of Malta, who resigned effective May 14th, 2019; Franco Falzan, of Malta, who resigned effective May 9th, 2019, and Dmitrij Kozelkin, of Hungary, who resigned effective August 9th, 2018, and its shareholders are Viktor Hujber, a citizen and resident of Hungary, and Prifolio Holding Limited, which was incorporated in Malta on September 16th, 2010, whose sole director is Otto Hujber, and whose shareholders are Otto Hujber and Viktor Hujber,

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April 20, 2021


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