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Hungarian professional finishes 2nd at EYʼs competition

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Tünde Petra Borsos, the Hungarian winner of EY’s local Tax Competition, finished in second place at EY’s global competition in Amsterdam, according to a press statement issued today.

The success of the recent Corvinus University graduate secures her an educational trip to New York, and before returning to her post at the company’s Budapest office, she will fill a temporary ten-day position at EY’s London office, the announcement notes.

In the Amsterdam finals, Borsos competed against Elaine Yi Long from China and Archit Jhingon from India.

“It is a wonderful opportunity and an honor for me that I was able to represent Hungary at EY’s Tax Competition… I am looking forward to gaining experience abroad and filling my position in Budapest when I return”, Borsos said.

“We are proud of Tünde, as in a short period of time she has been the second young Hungarian professional to qualify among the best in EY’s global competition”, Botond Rencz, CEO for EY Hungary, said.

In 2012, Edit Ágnes Osikovicz won the global competition, and she currently works in the New York and Budapest offices of the firm, the announcement added.

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