Csaba Zeley appointed managing director of ConvergenCE

Appointments

Property investor and developer ConvergenCE has announced that from December 2020, Csaba Zeley will take up the position of managing director.

Alan Vincent, the founder of ConvergenCE, said, “Csaba has been a member of the ConvergenCE team since 2008. He has taken on increasing responsibilities in recent years, including successful leadership of the Asset Management division for the last five years. His contribution to the success of ConvergenCE as we celebrate over 15 years in business is unquestionable and I have full confidence in his ability to lead the Hungarian business in the future.”

"I'm very honored by the appointment and the trust placed in me," Csaba Zeley added. “ConvergenCE will strengthen its in-house investment and development businesses in future whilst continuing its boutique asset, property, facility and project management services to select international building owners in Budapest.”

Alan Vincent will continue as a non-executive director, leading fundraising for future investments as well as pan European service provision to cross border investors.

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