Deloitte Hungary announces new head
Balázs Bíró became the new head of Deloitte Hungary on June 1, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Bíró started his career at the company in 2003, became a partner in 2015, and has been head of the Hungarian financial advisory business since 2017 and head of the Central European financial advisory business since 2018. He has managed several projects related to M&A and corporate capital transactions, strategic advisory, and corporate restructuring, mainly in the banking sector in Hungary and Central Europe. Under his leadership, Deloitte has been awarded "Financial Advisor of the Year" in Central and Eastern Europe every year by Mergermarket.
According to the freshly appointed head, the focus for Deloitte Hungary in the near future is to continue the strategy that has been pursued so far, one of the main elements of which is not only to grow organically, but also to strengthen the company through further acquisitions. A particular focus will be on data asset services, as well as technology and digital consulting.
"Deloitte is the world's largest business services and advisory firm, so our number one goal is to clearly become the country's leading auditor and advisor in all the areas we work in (be it tax and legal advisory, financial advisory, management consulting, risk management advisory or even IT advisory). From a business perspective, a key objective is to further build on the existing close cooperation with the countries in the region, and it is important to implement cross-border business and industry cooperation. Our goal is also to make Deloitte the clear choice not only for our clients in Hungary, but also for junior and senior colleagues when starting or changing careers," said Bíró.
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