Árpád Török named 2016 CEO of the year by Finance Monthly


Árpád Török, chief executive officer of TriGranit, was named CEO of the Year 2016 by Finance Monthly, a global publication for the corporate sector that distributes the award annually, according to a press release issued today.

According to TriGranit, the “award is given on the base of a rigorous nomination, voting, research, and judging process”. 

“I am honored and happy to be recognized as the CEO of the Year. For me, winning this award proves that TriGranit is on the right track to reach the main aim, to be the leading real-estate platform in the CE region,” said Török (pictured).

TriGranit said it considers Török to have been the “initiator and a dominant player in one of the largest real estate transactions in 2015 in Central Europe – the acquisition of TriGranit by TPG Real Estate, the real estate arm of global private investment firm TPG. Török coordinated the one-year-plus transaction process, which involved retail and office assets in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia – with 250,000 sqm GLA and additional development plots in a value of more than €600 million – and also restructured the company,” TriGranit noted.

Török, who has more than 20 years experience in real estate leasing, development and transactions, has been the CEO of TriGranit since 2009.


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