Dr György Kiszely > Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda > Budapest, Hungary > Lawyer Profile

Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda
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Nagy és Trócsányi; Budapest, Partner 2008 – to date, Associate 2000 – 2007; Maclay Murray & Spens, London, Lex Mundi – Associate Exchange Program Visiting attorney, 2005 January; Municipal Court; Szeged, Csongrád County Court, Szeged, Trainee 2000 January – March.


Hungarian, English.


Budapest Bar.


Suffolk University Law School, Boston, LL.M. in U.S. and Global Business Law 2007 – 2010, Degree: LL.M.; Eötvös Loránd University, Institute of Postgraduate Legal Studies, Budapest, Postgraduate Studies in European Law 2003 – 2007; University of Szeged, Faculty of Law, Szeged, General Legal Studies 1995 – 2000, Degree: Doctor of Law 2000.

Lawyer Rankings

Hungary > Dispute resolution

Led by Péter NagyNagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda‘s disputes team has a ‘good combination of high analytical skills and exceptional synthesis with a professional interest’. It is active in high-profile civil litigation and arbitration cases involving constitutional and administrative law, tax, real estate, product liability, corporate and commercial and TMT claims, among others. Nagy is sought after for his expertise in tax disputes, as well as claims pertaining to banking litigation, product liability and damages. Orsolya Kovács and György Kiszely are also recommended for tax and banking litigation.

Hungary > Banking, finance and capital markets

Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda is a prominent boutique practice offering expertise in a range of financial transactions, notably in relation to global and regional syndicated lending facilities. It has a strong profile among international clients, for whom it handles the Hungarian law aspects of cross-border lending facilities and restructurings. Also notable is that the team advises on the finance aspects of corporate transactions and real estate matters. György Kiszely is the key figure for financings and regulatory work. Zoltán Varga is recommended for leasing and work-out transactions, as well as regulatory issues and anti-money laundering matters.