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Levente Hegedűs Promoted to Partner at Kinstellar

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Law firm Kinstellar has announced the promotion of Levente Hegedűs to partner at its Budapest office.

Hegedűs is the head of the local banking, finance & capital markets service line and the co-head of the firm-wide restructuring & insolvency service line.

He has 15 years of experience in banking and finance matters, especially in acquisitions, real estate, project finance and syndicated finance transactions, restructuring and insolvency matters, as well as in financial supervision legislation.

In addition, he specializes in capital markets and has led the Hungarian team on transactions related to bond and share issues, IPOs, among other complex matters.

Hegedűs joined Kinstellar as a legal intern in 2008 and became counsel in 2019.

During his career, Levente has been consistently ranked and recognized by international legal directories as a leading lawyer in his field. In recent editions, Levente is singled out by clients as ‘‘a very experienced lawyer in the field of complex financing structures’’ and as an ‘‘outstanding lawyer’’, Kinstellar tells the Budapest Business Journal.

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