Gábor Kóka leads Deloitte Private in Central Europe
Gábor Kóka, leading partner of Deloitte Hungary, takes over the leadership of Deloitte Private in the entire Central European region effective February 1, while remaining a partner of the tax and legal branch of the Hungarian office, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Deloitte Private is an international expert group established within the Deloitte network that provides tailor-made advisory services to wealthy individuals and family-run businesses, be it family law issues, personal property protection, international deals, or Deloitteʼs classically-provided service areas.
"Deloitte Private supports business leaders, typically coming from the ownership of privately owned businesses, in special areas," says the newly appointed Gábor Kóka. "Through our cooperation, we have established close and trustful relationships that enable us to clearly see the value and impact of our services. This is another reason why it is an exciting task and also an honor to be entrusted with the regionʼs leadership. My goal is to get more people to know about our unique services, to support more customers, and to become a market leader in the countries of the region."
Kóka joined Deloitte during his legal studies. Over his professional career, he has gained more than 14 years of experience as a tax advisor in developing Hungarian and international business solutions, building complex corporate group structures, and tax advice related to transactions.
He also has extensive experience in providing personal tax and legal advice to private business owners and their families, as well as in structural planning and protection of private assets, business succession planning, inheritance and settlement of family assets. In addition, he leads the Deloitte Hungarian real estate industry group and is a member of the international tax group.
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