New Deputy CEO at Wing
Tibor Tatár took over as the head of the Hungarian residential and office development business of Wing, one of the leading real estate development and investment groups in the Central European real estate market, on January 10.
In this newly created position, he will be responsible for the implementation of Wing's Hungarian residential and office development strategy, the management of the business, and the preparation, execution, and overall supervision of projects in these areas.
Tatár has more than 30 years of experience in real estate and has unique experience in the implementation and management of real estate developments and investments in Hungary, using his own capital and with the involvement of external capital partners. He has been CEO of Futureal Development for almost 20 years, where he played a major role in the domestic and regional development of the group. Prior to that, he worked for five years as head of KPMG Property Services in the international real estate advisory field and was managing partner of TND Real Estate Advisory and Financial Consulting, where he provided property and privatization advisory services.
He completed his studies at the Faculty of Architecture of the Budapest University of Technology in 1990. Later he completed a two-year postgraduate course at the Budapest University of Economics and Business Administration, and in 1999 he obtained a Master's degree in Real Estate at the Nottingham Trent University. He is a member of RICS, the U.K. Real Estate Professionals Association.
With his arrival, Wing's management team is joined by a recognized real estate professional with decades of experience, who will play a key role in boosting the group's domestic residential and office development. The company's business sectors will continue to operate under his leadership, and Tatár will be supported by Gábor Angel, deputy CEO of Wing Offices, and János Martin, deputy CEO of Wing and Living's director of Residential Development.
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