Bence Barta Appointed as Partner of Andersen Adótanácsadó Zrt.

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Bence Barta, the former director of the indirect taxation business of Andersen Adótanácsadó Zrt. has been appointed a partner at the company starting January 1.

Barta has gained nearly one and a half decades of experience in the field of taxation and tax consultancy. During his career, he has primarily focused on indirect taxation, particularly VAT and environmental product charging, but he also has a proven professional reputation in the field of customs consultancy. Over the past year, he has also covered EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) and CBAM (Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism), which are at the intersection of taxation and ESG, and has successfully helped Andersen build its relevant competence.

He joined the company as a senior manager in February 2020. In recognition of his professional attitude and achievements, he was promoted to director of the indirect taxation business in January 2021, within a year of joining the firm. Under his management. the sales revenue of the field tripled, and Andersen Adótanácsadó Zrt’s achievement of above-average market growth in recent years is partly thanks to this.

This performance has been recognized in recent years by the prestigious international tax magazine International Tax Review (ITR). In addition to the “Tax Advisor of the Year in Hungary” award, the company has also won ITR’s “VAT Advisor of the Year in Hungary” title in both 2022 and 2023. Two years ago, the organization also recognized the outstanding professional work of Bence Barta by nominating him as one of the seven European tax advisers for the Indirect Tax Rising Star title.

In addition to his merits, Károly Radnai, Andersen’s managing partner, attributes Bence Barta’s promotion to partner to his human qualities.

“He has the entrepreneurial spirit that is indispensable to the management of a rapidly growing company. With his innovative approach, he has developed several new and tax-efficient operating solutions for our customers in recent years. His competence and commitment have made him a true role model for his colleagues,” says the expert.

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