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Magyar Telekom, the Hungarian subsidy of German telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom, announced the departure of senior leaders today on its official website. The statement said that Chief Business Development Officer Róbert Pataki left the firm with effect from yesterday.

His place is expected to be filled later. Innovations and Business Development Director Gábor Pukler and Chief Executive Miklós Vaszily left together with Pataki as of yesterday, online daily origo.hu reported today.

Magyar Telekom failed to disclose further information, with the statement only mentioning Pataki’s resignation omitting Pukler and Vaszily. Senior management is under serious changes as MTel announced on 20 October that Chief Commercial Officer Residential Attila Keszég would be giving up his position as of December 31 and relocate at Deutsche Telekom Group’s European Headquarters with effect from 1 January, 2015.

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