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Hungarian financial market regulator PSzÁF said it ordered the private individual Marek Podlipny to sell his stake in financial services company SQS because he “lacked a good business reputation”.
Podlipny is a former manager of Capital Partners, a Czech investment service provider which PSzÁF shut down after it found the company had broken laws. He is currently in custody. (MTI – Econews)