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PwC welcomes new executive director

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Dr. Csaba Polacsek has been appointed executive director of the advisory group PwC Hungary, taking effect on January 11, after having joined the firm at the beginning of the month, according to a press statement issued by the company today.

Polacsek is expected to focus on expanding PwC Hungary’s financial and transaction advisory services, using his experience in the financial services industries, the statement noted.

Having spent approximately 20 years in the financial services and banking sectors, Polacsek worked for over five years in the public sector as deputy CEO of National Asset Management Inc. and then as Deputy State Secretary in charge of national financial services and postal matters in the Prime Ministerʼs Office.

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