Jalsovszky Law Firm launches banking, finance practice group

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Hungary’s Jalsovszky Law Firm launched a Banking and Finance practice group headed by Gábor Pázsitka, one of the leading attorneys in the Hungarian banking and finance legal market, according to a press release issued today.

Pázsitka has approximately twenty years of experience in his field and will join the firm as a partner, leading a team responsible for advising on banking and finance matters, including syndicated lending, project and structured finance.

“Reaching our tenth anniversary has brought us to a significant milestone, with the firm moving to the partnership model that is used successfully at international law firms. The launch of the banking group means we can depart from the ‘boutique law firm’ concept, successfully used over the past ten years, and cover the full range of business law services,” Pál Jalsovszky, managing partner of the firm, said.

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