GTC Hungary appoints Ede Gulyás as country head deputy
Globe Trade Centre (GTC) promoted Ede Gulyás to the position of country head deputy, effective August 1, the company announced.
In his role, Gulyás is now responsible for all GTC’s operations in Hungary.
The new country head deputy has been active in the real estate sector for 20 years, serving 10 years as the head of multiple real-estate investment companies with class "A" office and retail buildings.
Prior to joining GTC in 2021, Gulyás led CA Immo Hungary Kft. as managing director, where he oversaw the company’s successful merger with Europolis. Previously, he oversaw a more than EUR 500 million commercial real estate portfolio of more than 10 class "A" office buildings, as well as retail and industrial properties with approx. 200 tenants.
"Ede Gulyás’ promotion is a recognition of his outstanding management skills and in-depth sector knowledge: with a thorough insight into our properties and the portfolio development strategy, Ede will strengthen our operations in Hungary and help us grow as a group," said Yovav Carmi, CEO and president of the GTC management board.
Commenting on his appointment, Gulyás noted, “My expertise in real estate management will help adjust and implement GTC Hungary’s local strategy including managing standing investments with a focus on occupancy and rental income improvement as well as acquiring and developing future-proof sustainable properties."
Ede holds an MBA in Business and Managerial Economics from Budapest’s University of Technology and Economics and a master’s degree from the University of Debrecen.
Besides his native Hungarian, he is fluent in English and German.
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