New Director Joins PwC Hungary

Appointments

Tünde Kis, former deputy CEO of the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency (Hipa), has joined PwC Hungary as a director as of January 1, 2023.

In her new position, she will be responsible for leading advisory projects related to major investments and managing complex advisory activities related to the site selection and implementation of service and R&D centers.

After obtaining a degree in economics, she joined PwC, where she worked for 16 years as a leader in the field of state aid and incentives in Budapest and Munich. She joined Hipa in January 2016, where she played a key role in transforming the agency's industry structure and strengthening its client-focused operations as deputy CEO for investment promotion. In recent years, she has been involved in the negotiation of several major investment projects in Hungary and has managed the comprehensive advisory activity related to their successful implementation.

In her new position, building on her experience in investment promotion and PwC’s expertise, she will focus on promoting Hungary and the CEE region as an investment location and on supporting high value-added projects, thus contributing to bolstering competitiveness, promoting economic development, and further increasing the role of PwC in both Hungary and the region, the Big Four company tells the Budapest Business Journal.

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