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Schoenherr Hetényi Budapest welcomes new attorney at law

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Gábor Kordoványi has been appointed attorney at law at the Schoenherr law firm in Budapest after spending nearly ten years with Réti, Antall & Partners PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal, according  to a press announcement issued yesterday.

Kordoványi, who graduated in 2006 and completed his MBA in 2015 in Germany, specializes in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and financing related securities.

“Schoenherr is a powerhouse in the CEE and the Hungarian M&A market. I was drawn by the opportunity to be part of this dynamic team and work on exciting regional and international projects” said Kordoványi.

Kinga Hetényi, the firmʼs managing partner believes Gábor will a valuable asset to the strong team and will help in tackling the continuously increasing and broadening workload.

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