Norbert Schőmer Appointed Atenor Hungary Country Director


Real estate developer Atenor has announced the appointment of Norbert Schőmer as its new country director for Hungary.

Schőmer is an experienced real estate expert, having held significant roles in prominent organizations in the industry over the past decades.

In his most recent role as deputy CEO at WING Zrt., Schőmer led a dynamic office development team, overseeing the comprehensive property development of major Breeam-, and Leed-certified headquarters including E.On, Ericsson, Siemens/evosoft, and Telekom, along with three speculative office buildings in Budapest. His expertise and strategic vision were instrumental in the inception and successful realization of these significant projects during his eight-year tenure, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Prior to Wing Zrt., Schőmer served as managing director at AIG/Lincoln and held pivotal positions as development director and head of industrial department at DTZ Zadelhoff, further solidifying his standing as an industry veteran with 14 years of experience at AIG/Lincoln and two years at DTZ Zadelhoff.

Schőmer holds an MSc in Real Estate from Nottingham Trent University, an MBA in Corporate Finance from Corvinus University of Budapest, and a Bachelor's degree in Superstructure from Ybl Miklós Technical College.

Schőmer's leadership takes over from Zoltán Borbély, who served as country director since the inception of Atenor Hungary in 2008.

Stéphan Sonneville, group CEO of Atenor, noted, "Norbert's extensive experience and leadership in the real estate sector make him a valuable addition to our team. We are confident that under his guidance, Atenor will continue to achieve remarkable milestones and strengthen its position as the most sustainable European property developer in the industry."


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