Szalóki to Co-lead Wolf Theiss' Banking & Finance Practice in Budapest

Appointments

Wolf Theiss has appointed Gergely Szalóki to co-lead its banking and finance practice in Budapest, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal.

Szalóki was formerly a local partner and head of the Banking & Finance practice at Schoenherr Hungary.

He has vast experience advising on banking & finance, capital markets, insurance regulatory issues, and financial sector M&A transactions. He frequently acts for clients in the financial industry on both the borrower and lender side, and also provides financial regulatory advice for the banking and insurance sectors.

The new banking and finance co-lead regularly advises on the regulatory aspects of market entry, corporate restructurings, provision of cross-border financial, insurance, payment services and investment services and compliance matters.

Furthermore, he is continuously involved in bond issue transactions representing both managers and issuers and acting for investment funds. He is an arbitrator at the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as well as at the Vienna International Arbitral Center in the fields of Banking & Finance and Capital Markets.

Szalóki frequently publishes in business and academic journals and holds a teaching position at Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest.

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