Lakatos, Köves & Partners announce arrival of corporate counsel Viktória Szilágyi


Law firm Lakatos, Köves & Partners (LKT) announced that experienced corporate/M&A lawyer Viktória Szilágyi has joined LKT's corporate team.

Szilágyi joins LKT from Hungarian independent law firm Nagy & Trócsányi where she tworked as a partner of the corporate/M&A practice. She is chair of the CEE Sub-Regional Group of the International Bar Association's European Regional Forum, while also beingconsultant on corporate law matters at the Lawyer's Academy organized by the Budapest Bar Association, and a member of the Professional Committee of the Hungarian Bar Association.

Her arrival will bolster the existing LKT offering in this area, joining Richard Lock, Iván Sólyom, and Ádám Máttyus, the partners leading the firm's corporate/M&A group.

Richard Lock, partner heading the Corporate/M&A practice, said  "we are pleased to welcome Viktória to our team. At a time when good news may be in short supply, we are pleased to have some good news.  We remain busy in our Corporate/M&A practice and this expansion reflects the current position, potential, and ambitions of the firm in this area. Among the areas in which Viktória will help the development of our practice is through her active role in the IBA, which plays an important  role in our relationships with law firms around the world."

Szilágyi said, "I am pleased and excited to be joining what is widely seen as the leading corporate /M&A team in Hungary. LKT's profile as an independent internationally focused firm gives me a great platform to develop my practice and I look forward  to working with my new colleagues."


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