ConvergenCE appoints leasing manager


Judit Kolozsi

Judit Kolozsi recently joined real estate developer and investor ConvergenCE’s leasing department as a leasing manager, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

After graduating from the Faculty of Law of the University of Miskolc, Kolozsi utilized her legal knowledge at an international law firm, at British Telecom, and in public administration. She also worked at the Hungarian venture capital fund of the Japanese SBI group and later at AIG Investments, where she was responsible for office leasing and operational duties. Combining her previous experience and legal expertise, she performed operational and legal tasks at a startup under CEU’s incubation.

Dóra Papp-Vas, director of leasing at ConvergenCE, commented, “We are delighted to welcome another highly qualified member to our team. Judit enriches ConvergenCE with valuable knowledge and diverse experience. The success of our current office buildings and our ambitious plans for the near future justified the expansion of our leasing team. Judit is a great addition to our company, both personally and professionally.”

Csaba Zeley, managing director of ConvergenCE, added, “More and more clients are counting on our leasing business line offered among our integrated services. In addition to our own buildings, other developers and investors are also cooperating with us in this area. Therefore, Judit's arrival fits perfectly into the organic organizational development process that is essential to perform our growing tasks and to serve our clients and investors at the highest level.”

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