Rencz named head of EY's Central European group

Appointments

EY Hungary country managing partner Botond Rencz has been appointed to lead the Big Four consultancy firm's Central European group, which encompasses eight countries.

He assumed his new position on January 1, 2021. As regional head, he is now responsible for EY's offices in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro from 2021. In addition, he continues to serve as the company's country managing partner in Hungary.

“EY has been growing dynamically in Hungary for years. As the leader of the group, I also consider it a personal mission to provide our current and future clients with the highest possible level of advice from the best professionals in each country in the region. In the current difficult circumstances, this is especially necessary in order to allow companies to survive this transition period as strongly as possible, ”stressed Rencz.

Rencz has been the head of EY Hungary since 2015, leading the company's tax advisory division in Central Europe and Hungary. EY Hungary has grown steadily in recent years, and now has more than 800 colleagues. Under his leadership, it won 19 international awards from the prestigious tax magazine International Tax Review, including Tax Firm of the Year (9 times) and Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year (10 times). 

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