VGD Hungary Appoints Viktor Szabó as Partner
Viktor Szabó became partner at VGD Hungary on January 1, managing the tax and payroll business of the consultancy.
Szabó has gained extensive experience in domestic and international tax consulting. He joined VGD Hungary in 2019 as tax and payroll director, regularly representing VGD Hungary at national and international events and tax working groups, and at consultation forums of social organizations and authorities. In 2022 he was elected as a member of the Nexia BG Corporate Tax Core Group, representing the TAO tax areas of Hungary in the international organization. In addition, in 2023 Viktor was elected as a member of the Nexia BG Tax Technology Core Group, supporting Nexia International's work in the field of tax technology.
He is a member of the Business and Management Skills Council under the auspices of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, a board member of the JVSZ Transparent Finance & Tax & Law Professional Forum, and has also taken an active role in the NAV working groups for preliminary consultation on the implementation of tax administration and innovative tax technology solutions.
Szabó's appointment as a partner will further strengthen the business development of VGD Hungary's tax advisory and payroll services, the consultancy notes. The focus of his tasks will remain on providing the most optimal and efficient tax and payroll solutions for clients by implementing state-of-the-art digital tools and personalized services.
"I am extremely proud and honored to be a partner of one of the best second-tier consulting firms in Hungary. Moreover, in addition to helping outstanding and internationally market-leading companies every day, from multinationals to large family businesses, we place a strong emphasis on supporting and recognizing our colleagues, who play a very important role in the development of our company," Szabó notes.
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