AIB Hungary wins Irish Hungarian Business Association award


AIBIFS / AIB Hungary has won the annual Irish Hungarian Business Association Award (IHBA) for their significant contribution to bilateral business relations and partnerships following the opening of an office in Budapest in early 2000.

The award was presented by Ireland’s EU Commissioner for the Internal Market and Services, Charlie McCreevy to Patrick Diamond, Managing Director, AIBIFS at a function in the Westbury Hotel in Dublin on the 19th October 2007. In Budapest, AIB Hungary delivers a range of administrative services to multinational corporations operating in Hungary and currently employs over thirty qualified professionals.

Since AIB Hungary’s establishment in early 2000, the company has achieved consistent growth, established a successful reputation in the market place and is seen by clients as a center of excellence. During this time, AIB Hungary’s client base, which includes some of the world's leading corporates, has grown from an initial 6 to 89 today. The Irish Hungarian Business Association is a voluntary organization which promotes two way investment, trade, commerce and tourism between Hungary and the Republic of Ireland and enables business people and companies to share their experiences to mutual advantage. (bobsguide)


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