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Jeantet Budapest expands M&A team

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The Budapest office of Jeantet law firm expanded its team with the addition of attorney Kornél Szabó to help augment its M&A and competition practices, according to a press release issued on Tuesday.

Szabó has more than ten yearsʼ experience working at magic circle law firms, in the fields of M&A, competition and state aid, including JEREMIE venture capital investments, Jeantet said.

“Kornél’s expertise and position on the Hungarian market enables our office to reinforce itself in the fields of competition law and state aid but also to further develop its Hungarian client base,” said François d’Ornano, head of Central European activities at Jeantet,.

French law firm Jeantet opened its Budapest office in November, 2015, and currently operates with a team of 12 covering all fields of business law, namely corporate transactions and M&A, real estate transactions, restructuring, competition and state aid, labour law, data protection, e-trade, litigation, finance and banking and insurance law.

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