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Who's News is presenting Peter Würsching (Director of Business Development at Masped Zrt.) and Annamária Nagy (Human Capital Leader at PwC Hungary).
Director of Business Development at Masped Zrt.
As of September 1, Peter Würsching has been appointed to the role of director of business development at MASPED Zrt. According to Ottó Cseh, Deputy-CEO of MASPED Zrt.: "The main reason for the creation of the new position within our organization was that, following the consolidation of our forwarding and investment business lines over the past years, we have started a new phase in the life of the MASPED Group. For this reason we have been looking for a new colleague who holds the necessary capacities to become successful in such a position. Peter had already spent 5 years in different departments of our company, thus he has widespread knowledge and experience regarding the daily opreations and knows very well most of our colleagues. During the last few years, Peter has occupied leading positions in international companies such as CBRE and Raiffesien Bank so we are convinced that the experience and reputation which he has gained in these roles will be for the benefit of our company in preserving our almost 70 years long traditions while introducing a new company culture."
Human Capital Leader at PwC Hungary
Annamária Nagy (38) recently joined PwC Hungary as the new Human Capital Leader, replacing Meyrick Stevens, who is continuing his career abroad within the PwC network. Anna was the HR Director of the Sales Unit of MARS Hungary for the past nine years, responsible for HR operations (recruitment procedures, remuneration and reward systems), Strategic HR (organizational development, ensuring sustainable operation) and, in addition, for internal communications. She developed and implemented many improvements with her colleagues (in the areas of communications and the well-being and recognition of the workforce) – because she considers innovation – especially in the HR field – to be essential. In her new position at PwC Hungary she aspires to foster work/life balance, a supportive and enabling working culture, teamwork, and sustainable value creation.
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