Ferenc brings nearly 30 years of valuable experience, covering real estate, construction and corporate law, to public procurement, state aid and PPP
Ferenc is Counsel in our Real Estate and Corporate/ M&A practice group, based in Budapest.
He has nearly 30 years of experience and specialises in real estate and construction, corporate, public procurement, state aid and PPP.
Ferenc's major clients include property developers and investors, public procurement and private equity firms. He has previously advised numerous international companies on high-profile transactions across the CEE region. He has in-depth experience in real estate and corporate transactions and has also been lead counsel on a number of PPP projects and several built-to-suit lease and other developments in Hungary.
He has been involved in numerous high-profile real property development projects such as commercial office building and shopping mall developments and PPP projects, including some of the largest of such transactions ever to have taken place in Hungary.
Ferenc's recent experience includes a number of significant construction projects, including the Duna Aréna and many other facilities for the 2017 World Water Sports Championships that were held in Budapest, the Dagály Swimming Palace, the Puskás Ferenc Stadium (new national football stadium) and the Diósgyőr and Bozsik Football Stadiums as well as the new university campus for the National University of Public Service.
Ferenc has also participated in a number of complex private equity transactions involving major foreign investors and domestic companies within the framework of the EU's so-called Jeremie programme. His experience also extends to numerous corporate and mergers & acquisitions matters including privatisations, covering a variety of business sectors, including TMT, energy and real estate.
Before joining us, Ferenc spent several years at other leading international law firms. He was awarded his J.D. from Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary, in 1989 and is a member of the Budapest Bar.
He is fluent in English in addition to his native Hungarian.