New Partner Heading Jalsovszky Law Firm’s Tax Advisory Group

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After four years of experience in Big 4 tax advisory firms and a nine-year career at the Jalsovszky Law Firm, Ákos Baráti will continue to lead the latter's tax advisory group as a partner starting this month.

The group's classic focus on income tax planning and international tax advisory has been complemented in recent years by a solid wealth planning focus, which Baráti has played a lion's share in developing, the law firm says. With the support of four lawyers and three trainee lawyers in the group, Jalsovszky remains by far the market leader in tax advice among law firms.

"I consider my new position, which I am very proud of, to be just one stage in my career. I feel that there is still a lot of potential in the team and in the market, and this appointment is a further motivation and inspiration to exploit it," said Baráti, concerning his new role.

"With the workload, discipline, and team building we have seen from him over the years, Ákos highly deserved his appointment as partner,"  commented Pál Jalsovszky, head of the firm. "Among other commitments, Ákos had a key role in our summer campaign during which we established 77 trusts and three foundations for our clients. Ákos has become a widely known and respected tax lawyer over the years, and he will be able to build on this in the future as partner of the firm."

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