KPMG Hungary welcomes new director


T眉nde T贸th-Zsiga has been appointed director at the Hungarian branch of KPMG, filling the position as of January 2, 2017, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

T贸th-Zsiga始s key role will be to manage Advisory engagements, as well as to develop and customize KPMG鈥檚 Business Advisory service portfolio in the Infrastructure, Energy & Government sectors, according to the release.

T贸th-Zsiga joins KPMG from the MOL Group, where, as global senior leader since 2004, she was responsible for leading areas in finance, internal audit, corporate services, IT and HR management. She started her career at the MOL Group more than 15 years ago, where she gained international experience in the fields of strategy development, change management, organizational restructuring and business process improvements. In previous years she worked as chief financial officer.

T贸th-Zsiga graduated with a degree in economics from Corvinus University of Budapest. She also completed the London Business School始s 鈥淐oaching for performance鈥 course, and has recently started an ICF ACC executive coaching course. 聽

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services, operating in 155 countries and employing 189,000 through member firms, according to the press release.聽KPMG member firms in Hungary employ more than 1,000 people.


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