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State-owned assets manager MNV has new CEO

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Norbert Szivek has been appointed CEO of the national asset manager MNV, which is owned by the Hungarian state, effective today, National Development Minister Miklós Seszták announced on Friday. 

Szivek has a degree in law and has gained experience in business management and reorganization at various companies, among them energy and property businesses. CEO Péter Márton is leaving the position on mutual consent, according to reports. He was employed in senior positions at MNV since April 2012 before being appointed CEO at the beginning of 2013, the announcement added.

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