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Government appoints new ÁPV CEO

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Péter Ferenc Deák has been appointed provisional CEO of the State Privatization and Holding Company (ÁPV) Zrt by a government decree, ÁPV said on Tuesday.

Deák was and will continue to serve as ÁPV's deputy CEO in charge of legal affairs as well as filling his new mandate, which is from September 30.
ÁPV's former CEO, Márton Vági, left after he was appointed to head the National Development Agency in July. ÁPV was headed by deputy CEO Ákos Macher during the period between Vági's departure and Deák's appointment.

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