Police raid home of Kun-Mediator managing director
Police raided the home of the managing director of Kun-Mediator in Karcag, eastern Hungary, late Sunday and seized 800 contracts, news portal Origo reported, according to MTI. A spokesperson for the local police force would neither confirm nor deny the report.
Kun-Mediator came under scrutiny by the police and the National Bank of Hungary last week, after it was exposed that the travel agent was offering investment services and managing billions of forints of its clientsʼ funds.
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