Finalyse opens regional center in Hungary

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Finalyse, a leading implementation consultancy specialized in value, risk and performance solutions, has appointed Keve Müller as Partner and General Manager of Finalyse Budapest Kft, the company announced.

As part of the group's international expansion strategy, Finalyse Budapest will form an additional Central European hub providing the financial community with high added-value and quality services in implementation of financial decision tools. The creation of the Budapest office marks another step in Finalyse's strategy of establishing a significant network in Europe, the company said. Finalyse Budapest serves as a strategic base to offer cross-border services to the Hungarian and Austrian financial community.
”The founding of Finalyse Budapest gives us new possibilities for becoming even more successful in delivering our expertise to the financial institutions located in Central Europe,” Hubert Brogniez, president of Finalyse, said commenting on the agreement.

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