Macau Resources Group

    Macau Resources Group (MRG) is a British Virgin Islands registered, NASDAQ OTCBB (MRGLF:OTC) entertainment company which pursues economic interests within the leisure tourism, casino and social gaming environments. RiskWise managed the purchase of MRG from its past shareholders and coordinated all aspects of audit and ownership assignment. RiskWise has been at the forefront in expanding MRG’s business through various complex commercial relationships and acquisitions. RiskWise provides on-going advisory services to MRG.

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