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Horizon names business development director

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Real estate developer Horizon Development has announced the appointment of Tamás Ádány, ex-CEO of OTP Real Estate Plc., to the newly created position of business development director, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Ádány started his career as real estate asset advisor at PwC,  followed by senior management positions in project and real estate financing at FHB Bank and Raiffeisen Bank. He served as CEO of OTP Real Estate Plc. from 2011 until now.

Horizon Development board members - partners Attila Kovács, Balázs Czár and Gabriella Sasvári - welcomed the new expert.

“We are looking forward to working together with Tamás in exploring new business opportunities and stepping onto new markets,” they said. “His track record in the real estate industry and his experience in commercial banking guarantee that he will bring added value to our company, increase our development volume, and look beyond sectors and borders when considering our business development options.”

I am confident that there is a significant and growing market for us not just in Hungary, but cross-border as well,” said Ádány. “I am very excited about our prospects at Horizon Development. I aspire to increase the shareholder value of the company, helping it to secure new development opportunities and promoting Horizon Development’s expansion to foreign markets and new business areas,” he concluded.

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