Local business people on the move.

Krisztina Patai

Recruitment Branch Manager at Randstad

She joined Randstad back in January 2011 and started working there as a Recruitment Branch Manager. Now her main duties are managing a team of 5 consultants and 3 researchers, focusing on active business development, carrying out executive search and headhunting.

Zoltán Benedek

Director of Transaction Services at MAZARS

Zoltán Benedek was appointed leader of audit and counselling branches of MAZARS on June 6 in 2014. After joining MAZARS in 2004, he became the senior  manager of Transaction services in 2010. From May 1, 2013, he took over the  branch as the director. Benedek is a qualified auditor, and member of ACCA and acuired the qualification of FCCA this year. He also plays a role in the work of the Eductaion Committee of Hungarian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. 



Gábor Laki

Leader of Corporate Income Tax Experts at PwC Hungary

Dr. Gábor Laki (35) joined PwC Hungary’s tax consulting team on July 1, and was appointed the Director of the Corporate Income Tax team. Before joining PwC, he was Head of the Division of Income Taxes and Contributions at the Ministry for National Economy. He has a long history of dealing with taxation issues and has gained extensive experience in the various fields of direct taxation. Between 2008 and 2010, he was engaged in international tax planning at another large professional services firm. Between 2006 and 2008, he worked as an official at the Corporate Income Tax Department of the Ministry of Finance.


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