Andor Nagy Joins Dentons Budapest
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Dentons has announced the addition of Andor Nagy to its public law and regulatory practice in Budapest.
“We are thrilled to welcome Andor Nagy to the Dentons family,” shares Gábor Király, managing partner at Dentons Budapest.
“Andor's strong legal background and unwavering dedication to public service and diplomacy will not only strengthen our team but also elevate our capabilities in meeting our clients' diverse needs,” he adds.
According to the statement from Dentons, “[Andor] brings a wealth of experience in public administration and diplomacy and in his new role, will advise clients on projects related to public law and government relations.”
Prior to joining Dentons, Nagy served with distinction as the Ambassador of Hungary in Vienna and Tel Aviv. His past service also includes his role as Head of Staff of the Prime Minister and later as a Member of Parliament.
His journey in public administration also includes serving as a German referent in the party president's cabinet and Chief of Staff for the Fidesz-Hungarian Civil Party, and Political State Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office during the government's formation in 1998. In recognition of his contributions to various civic and political roles, Nagy has received the Staufer Medaille from the Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg, amongst other prestigious accolades.
His long-standing association with the István Bibó College, dating back to 1983, aims to reflect his commitment to the education and development of future leaders, a press release by Dentons notes.
Nagy is currently chairman of the supervisory board of MBH Bank and he also holds leadership roles in the National Council for Sustainable Development and the Environmental Protection Committee.
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