I am an associate in the Corporate Group, based in the Budapest office, where I offer our clients expertise in complex corporate matters and M&A transactions.

I always aim to understand the business needs of the clients to ensure that the service we provide to them is not only legally sound but also commercially viable. As a junior associate, I have been involved in several domestic and cross-border cases. I have experience in various aspects of corporate work, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, joint ventures, corporate restructurings and general corporate matters. I also have experience in the energy sector, including mergers and acquisitions and due diligence exercises in the field of renewable energy and electricity, and also in providing legal advice in energy regulatory matters, including the mandatory off-take regime, licensing and regulatory approvals.

Before joining Bird & Bird, I worked at a major Hungarian law firm, where I focused on mergers & acquisitions and corporate law matters. During my studies, I interned at several international law firms in Hungary and also abroad.

  • I was part of the team that advised a Hungarian company that provides end-to-end encrypted 'file sync and sharing' for businesses, in a €11.5m Series B financing. The transaction was very complex as it involved the coordination of a secondary buy-out and the parallel investment of 40 plus investors (including new money and the conversion of debt) as well as the subsequent transfer of the investment under a Luxembourg holding and the establishment of a complex employee share option scheme.
  • I was involved in the acquisition of a European clinical research organisation located in Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia by a specialised services company supporting next generation approaches to drug development and commercialisation for up to $42 million. The acquired company was set up with five companies, each of which was held equally by the two founders. The deal involved a group reorganisation, with simultaneous signing and completion in each of Hungary, Poland and Serbia, with the Romanian and Slovakian companies having previously been transferred under the Hungarian entity.
  • Eötvös Loránd University, LL.M in European and International Business Law
  • University of Szeged, Hungary, J.D.
  • University of Exeter, Erasmus

Setting up a business in Hungary

12 February 2019

Hungary became a full member of the European Union on 1st May 2004. Its membership has had a positive impact on the Hungarian economy and provided several compe...

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