Gellért Berkes Named Property Management Head at ConvergenCE

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Gellért Berkes took over as head of property management at ConvergenCE on January 1, 2024, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal.

Berkes has been a member of the company's real estate development team for two and a half years, bringing aboard nearly 15 years of professional real estate experience.

"For me, this environment and company has always presented motivating challenges. Besides the numerous tasks involved, including office handovers and building renovations, it means a lot to me to work alongside such dedicated and professional colleagues. I appreciate this promotion and trust that I will continue to perform in a way that fully satisfies both our investors and tenants," Berkes said.

"I am proud to see that Gellért, thanks to his work ethic and dedication, has now earned an even more important and responsible position," noted Csaba Zeley, managing director of ConvergenCE. "In Gellért we have an excellent colleague with high professional expertise, who, through continuous development, has proven capable of taking on greater responsibilities. and I extend my best wishes for success in his new role."

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