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 > Banking, finance and capital markets

Financial regulation is a core focus for the banking and finance team at Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda. The group also advises on restructuring and insolvency matters, as well as credit facilities and collateral agreements. Practice head György Kiszely specialises in regulatory advice, regularly representing clients before the financial regulatory authority, and Zóra Lehoczki’s practice centres on financial regulatory issues and investment services. Balázs Karsai and Mónika Vrancsik bring expertise in banking litigation to the group.

Hungary > Dispute resolution

The ‘outstanding‘ dispute resolution team at Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda is involved in arbitration proceedings on both a national and international level. With a particular focus on tax, the group handles a range of relevant disputes, boasting a diverse and extensive clientele that spans various industries. Péter Nagy leads the team with a key focus on litigation, arbitration and tax law. ‘Stellar litigator’ Orsolya Kovács also focuses on tax litigation and tax administrative procedures, supported by György TiborfiGyörgy Kiszely covers banking and insolvency litigation and construction and property disputes, while Lúcia Detvay has particular experience in IP mandates and Mónika Vrancsik focuses on and commercial lawsuits. Balázs Karsai typically represents banks, automotive companies, agricultural and pharmaceutical businesses.