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3 Széchenyi rkp.
1054 Budapest
Hungary

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Busy and successful year for Kinstellar’s real estate team in Budapest

January 2020 ─ Last year was particularly active for Kinstellar’s Hungarian real estate team given the variety and importance of completed transactions. The team of real estate and M&A experts has been involved in a number of projects in Hungary...

Kristóf Ferenczi, Partner and Head of Kinstellar’s Energy & Natural Resources practice, appointed as new Managing Partner of the Budapest office

January 2020 – Kristóf Ferenczi, Partner and Head of Kinstellar’s firm-wide Energy & Natural Resources practice, has been appointed as the new Managing Partner of the Budapest office as of January 2020. Kristóf is replacing Csilla Andrékó...

5G Spectrum Auctions in Kinstellar Jurisdictions

December 2019 – The 5G rollout is a hot topic throughout Europe, with the anticipated deployment due shortly, and availability in the EU expected from 2020. The 5G infrastructure will open up a wide range of new possibilities in a variety of sectors...

Kinstellar co-organises conference on the implementation in Hungary of the ISO 37001 anti-corruption standard

November 2019 – Ákos Nagy, Partner in Kinstellar’s Budapest office and co-head of the firm’s Compliance, Risk and Sensitive Investigations (CRSI) practice, and his colleague Áron Barta gave a presentation on 14 November 2019 at a conference co-organised...

Kinstellar advises Bain & Cinven-backed STADA Arzneimittel on acquisition of Walmark

November 2019 – Kinstellar advised STADA Arzneimittel on the acquisition of Walmark, a leading manufacturer of consumer health products in Central Europe from Mid Europa Partners for an undisclosed amount. The transaction is subject to merger control...

Kinstellar sponsors annual conference of the Hungarian Corporate Compliance Society

October 2019 – Kinstellar’s Budapest office is proud to have sponsored the annual conference of the Hungarian Corporate Compliance Society (MVCT), which took place on 9 October 2019 in Budapest. This was the MVCT’s largest annual conference to date...

Highly regarded Hungarian lawyer Mónika Nacsa joins Kinstellar’s Competition and Dispute Resolution practices in Budapest

October 2019 – Kinstellar is pleased to announce that Mónika Nacsa, a highly regarded Hungarian lawyer, joined Kinstellar on 1 October 2019 as a member of the firm’s Competition and Dispute Resolution practices in Budapest.
After spending...

Partner Kristóf Ferenczi speaks at Energy Week Uzbekistan 2019

September 2019 ─ Kristóf Ferenczi, Partner and Head of Kinstellar’s firm-wide Energy practice, participated in Energy Week Uzbekistan 2019, which took place in Tashkent, between 25 – 27 September.
Energy Week Uzbekistan aims to provide...

Cannabis for Medical Use: CEE Regulatory Update

June 2019 – A growing number of countries around the world are gradually legalising the use of cannabis for medical purposes.
It can be said that governments are now generally taking a more liberal approach to this product, which could significantly...

Payment card acceptance in Hungary

May 2019 – The Hungarian Competition Authority ("HCA") has published its draft sector inquiry report on payment card acceptance in Hungary.
The payment industry, in particular interchange fees, has long been the subject of significant scrutiny...