Rafal Nadolny

Partner, BPiON

BPiON joins IR as the exclusive Accounting Services Member in Hungary

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Tamás Kovács of BPiON. Tamás has joined IR as our exclusive Accounting Services member in Hungary. Tamás is a financial professional with a wide range of international experience and a strong digital mindset. His specialization is the technology-based process automation that […]

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Tamás Kovács

Partner, Managing Director, BPiON

Béla Kakuk

CEO, Partner, BPiON

Hungary: a dynamic economy at the heart of Europe

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers During the past two decades the key nations of Central and Eastern European (CEE) have grown significantly following moves to liberalise their economies. On average Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, to name a few, increased their per capita GDP by 115% between 2004-2020. Employment was at its lowest […]

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Meet the Members

Central & Eastern Europe

April 2021

Staying ahead of the curve – Navigating the Central & Eastern Europe ecosystem & choosing the right advisor During the past two decades the key nations of Central and Eastern […]

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Sipka & Simon Association of Lawyers joins IR as the exclusive Employment Law (Corporate) Member in Hungary

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Dr. Peter Sipka PhD., LLM of Sipka & Simon Association of Lawyers. Peter has joined IR as our exclusive Employment Law (Corporate) member in Hungary. Peter Sipka has been working as an attorney since 2009. His specializations are labour law and […]

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Guide to the Hungarian maze of IP enforcement

As an IP right holder, you have probably encountered the negative effects of IP infringing activities. Moreover, infringements have been rising. According to “The 2021 Trademark Ecosystem Report: Global insights into the optimization of trademark value, protection and technology” by Clarivate CompuMark, trademark infringements continue to rise: 89% of respondents reported trademark infringement, and 50% […]

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Determine the applicable law to contractual obligations

The case below provides guidance on the maze of applicable law in the absence of choice according to Hungarian practice Background In 2012, the parties signed an English-language contract in London, according to which the defendant owed the plaintiff USD 1,000,000 in cash and USD 1,500,000 in real estate as a result of their cooperation […]

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A short study about crowdfunding by dr. Balázs FERENCZY, the Head of our Banking & Finance Team

In the early stages of the lifecycle of modern, mostly technology companies, there is no final product, no organization, no go-to-market strategy, no sales; there is only one idea, and from the scarce resources temporarily provided by families or friends, to business angels (angel investors) or venture capital and, in the more mature stage, bank […]

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The pandemic may accelerate the spread of electronic procedures in Hungary

dr. Dániel Endre NAGY The pandemic brought significant changes both in the everyday and work lives of people: the use of home office became widespread, while communication is conducted through phone, emails and video conferences. Concurrently for official matters, such as signing contracts and doing banking administration, a person’s signature and personal presence are often […]

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