Examining the Factors Driving the Markets

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The first BBJ CEO Boardroom Meeting of 2023 took place on February 28 in the Matild Palace Hotel. The themes covered include the impact and likely developments with inflation, GDP growth, the energy crisis, the war in Ukraine, the labor market, and investment.

 

The panel discussion is part of our ongoing series examining the critical factors driving the markets and the Hungarian economy in the months ahead.

Our speakers this time were Róbert Ésik, partner at EY dealing with Global Location Services & Incentives for the Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa markets; and Ákos Janza, the managing director, head of enterprise transformation, and global head of offices at MSCI Inc. 

Our moderator of the day was Farkas Bársony, CEO of impact advertising company Sharity Zrt. and a board member of financial services provider Kondor Global. 

 

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