EY Hungary elects new management
The management of EY Hungary is being renewed as of July 1, with Botond Rencz becoming the CEO and István Havas, the current holder of the position, becoming a Senior Partner responsible for some of the firmʼs key corporate and governmental clients
“The current rejuvenation of the management is designed to serve the continuation of high quality services provided to our clients and the work we have been doing for the past years,” leaving CEO Havas said. “I wish the best luck to the new management, and I will do anything I can as a Senior Partner to contribute to the further growth of the firm,” the CEO added.
In line with the firmʼs long-term strategy, Zsuzsanna Bartha will be responsible for the field of auditing, while Balázs Tüske will be the leader of Business Advisory Services.
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