PwC Announces New Office in Debrecen


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PwC Hungary will be opening a new office in Debrecen. With this initiative, the 1,100-strong business consultancy firm seeks to bolster Eastern Hungary’s economic potential and provide the highest quality services to clients in the region, according to a press release by the Big Four company.

On November 15, Tamás Lőcsei, PwC Hungary’s CEO, officially announced the opening of PwC Hungary’s new office in Debrecen. PwC has been present in Hungary for more than 30 years, providing assurance, tax, legal, and advisory services to clients.

In his opening speech, Lőcsei remarked: “Debrecen opens a new window of opportunity. Although we are already working with Debrecen-based companies in several areas, we have now undertaken to strengthen relations with local businesses and higher education and to help new entrants prepare for the realities of a constantly changing business environment. I believe that flexibility and adaptability have been key to the region’s success, and we strive to earn the trust of the local community.”

László Papp, the Mayor of Debrecen, and Zoltán Bács, chancellor of the University of Debrecen, welcomed PwC Hungary on the occasion of starting operations in the city. 

In his speech, the mayor emphasized, “PwC doesn’t just need a city with good potential; they need a city that is economically successful, has a strong corporate background, and offers outstanding higher education. This is a city whose success can contribute to the success of PwC.”

The mayor highlighted that a local PwC office would not only help Debrecen attract employees and retain young talent.

“Debrecen stands for reliability, stability, quality, and, of course, opportunity for business. These are the defining characteristics of our city today. And PwC’s decision confirms this,” Papp concluded.

Lőcsei added, “We are proud of our achievements and our leadership role in the industry. PwC is committed to the development of the Hungarian economy and to providing the highest quality services to our clients. To further expand our business and increase our presence outside Budapest, twelve years after the opening of our Győr office, we are now opening a new office in Debrecen, with the full scope of our services available to businesses in the region. We believe in this city. I’m confident that we will be able to make a significant contribution to the success of Debrecen and the region."




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