Consequit sees revenue reaching as high as HUF 2.2 bln in first full year
Consequit, a financial consultancy and insurance broker established six months ago after its chairman split with Brókernet, targets revenue of HUF 1.8 billion-2.2 billion this year, CEO Attila Bosnyák told journalists on Wednesday. Consequit had revenue of HUF 250 million in the first quarter, Bosnyák said. At present, the company has 700 consultants who mange 7,000 contracts. About 2,500 of the contracts are at Consequit's Slovakian unit. Chairman Erika Kósa said Consequit has six offices at present but will soon open three more. Its number of consultants will rise to 800-1,000 by year-end, she added.
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