Metropolitan Uni, Giro Sign Cooperation Agreement 

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The professional relationship between Budapest Metropolitan University (METU) and Giro Zrt., which provides intra-bank transfer services, has been strengthened through a cooperation agreement, writes business daily Világgazdaság.

The deal was signed on March 19 by Zsolt Selmeczi-Kovács, CEO of Giro Zrt., Eleonóra Svábné Mészáros, the company's economic and human resources director, and Professor György Kocziszky, rector of Budapest Metropolitan University.

Under the agreement, it will be possible for the students of the university to get to know the organizational and professional structure of Giro, a member of the European Association of Clearing Houses.

The deal will also help students prepare for their future work under real-world conditions, according to the report.

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