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Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office
VÃCI UTCA 81
1056 BUDAPEST
Hungary

Hungary > Banking, finance and capital markets Tier 2

Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office's banking and finance team is adept at advising on a wide variety of lending transactions, as well as regulatory matters (including in the areas of fintech and payment services), loan restructurings and banking litigation. The firm is also prominent in the capital markets space, where it continues to maintain a strong presence in securitisation transactions. Erika Tomori, who is one of Hungary’s top capital markets lawyers, specialises in domestic bond issuances and capital markets disputes. She is also sought after for advice on syndicated finance transactions and banking regulatory issues. Securities specialist Dániel Szabó and name partner Péter Gárdos are also key figures, as is associate Beatrix Berkes.

Practice head(s):

Erika Tomori; Dániel Szabó; Péter Gárdos

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Dániel Szabó, partner of the firm has an exceptional knowledge regarding capital markets. He is always available and ready to help.’

‘High level banking, financial and also economical knowledge.’

‘Dr. Péter Gárdos: fluent English knowledge, reliability, effectiveness. Always highlights not only the legal, but also economical aspects of the the contracts on the meetings, helping the bank to close the most favourable contract.’

Key clients

EOS

Raiffeisen

Hold Fund Management

Diófa Fund Management

B2Kapital

Cellum

SPB Investment

Lead Ventures

Generali

KH Bank

Work highlights

  • Advised Raiffeisen on the HUF 40,000,000,000 bond issuance of Mercedes Benz Manufacturing Hungary.
  • Advised Billingo on the development of new financial products.
  • Prepared the annual legal opinion on repo and securities lending for the International Capital Markets Association.

Hungary > Dispute resolution Tier 3

Leading the dispute resolution department at Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is András Nagy, who specialises in construction litigation and arbitration. He also handles a growing number of corporate and shareholder-related claims. Péter Gárdos primarily acts for clients in banking and finance disputes.

Practice head(s):

Péter Gárdos; András Nagy

Testimonials

‘Their strength are in their deep and thorough knowledge of Hungarian law, especially procedural law. It is unique among the Hungarian law firms.’

‘Peter Gardos and Andras Nagy are excellent lawyers with impressive debate skills.’

Key clients

Iveco

Raiffeisen Bank

Generali

MÁV ÁBE

AEGON

Foldana

Partium

Százhalombatta

Palladium

Csepeli Sport Klub

Work highlights

  • Represented Iveco in the Hungarian damages litigations relating to the Truck decision of the European Commission.
  • Represented Raiffeisen Bank in litigations relating to investments in swap products.
  • Represented Generali in complex litigation relating to unit-linked products initiated by 20 private individuals.

Hungary > Commercial, corporate and M&A Tier 4

Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office has carved out a niche advising clients in the banking, capital markets and insurance fields on various corporate matters and M&A transactions. Richard Mosonyi‘s active clients include Aegon, Tesco Bank and Kinizsi Bank. Dániel Szabó focuses on inbound investment work.

Practice head(s):

Dániel Szabó; Richard Mosonyi

Testimonials

‘Oldest Hungarian law firm specialized in finance and securities regulation. International law firm quality work, reasonable pricing in comparison with international law firms.’

‘Partners have strong academic background but are heavily involved in everyday practice as well. Accurate work, timeliness and responsiveness. Associates are thoroughly selected, well-controlled and diligent.’

‘They are truly professional in delivering quality legal advice in due time. The billing is timely and never generates disputes.’

Key clients

HOLD Alapkezelő Zrt.

Carmeuse Kft.

B2Kapital Zrt.

K&H Alapkezelő Zrt.

Sunpremium Kft.

Lead Ventures Plc.

PROFIL Pénzügyi Szolgáltatások LLC

HNT Clinic and Medical Services Ltd.

Infinite Fund Management Zrt.

Grantis Hungary Zrt.

MS Energy Solutions Kft.

Work highlights

  • Advised LEAD VETNURES on purchasing a share in i-Cell Ltd.
DepartmentNameEmailTelephone
Banking and finance Erika Tomori
Banking and finance István Gárdos
Capital markets Erika Tomori
Capital markets Dániel Szabó
Competition Dániel Szabó
Commercial, corporate and M&A Richard Mosonyi
Commercial, corporate and M&A Dániel Szabó
Dispute resolution Péter Gárdos
Dispute resolution Erika Tomori
Employment Dániel Szabó
Employment Zsolt Kovács
Energy Botond Horváth
Insurance Zsolt Kovács
Insurance Rúben Matovics
Contracts András Nagy
Contracts Veronika Papp
Number of lawyers : 15
English
German
Hungarian
ADVOC

Since its establishment in 1992, Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori became one of the market leaders in Hungary. Although the firm changed as new colleagues joined and as we started to provide new services, the basic principles of our firm remained the same: to provide the highest professional standards and a client-centric approach.

Our dynamic team, building on the decades of experience of the firm, provides full-scope legal services both to multinational and Hungarian companies from SMEs to medium and large undertakings. We are especially proud of the professional recognition in the field of banking, capital markets and insurance law.

The listings by the ranking directories, the appointments as arbitrators, and the invitations to teach at various Hungarian universities show that Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori is highly regarded on the market.

As an independent Hungarian law firm, we are not a member of an international law office. However, based on long-standing relationships with several international law offices, we can assist our clients in cases that require the knowledge of foreign legal expertise. Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori is a member of Advoc, a global network of more than 90 independent law firms with offices across more than 70 countries worldwide.

DepartmentNameEmailTelephone
Banking, Dispute resolution Péter Gárdosgardos.peter@gmtlegal.hu+36 1 3277560
Capital market, Banking Erika Tomoritomori.erika@gmtlegal.hu+36 1 3277560
Capital market Dániel Szabószabo.daniel@gmtlegal.hu+36 1 3277560
Insurance Zsolt Kovácskovacs.zsolt@gmtlegal.hu+36 1 3277560
Hungarian
English
German
Advoc

Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is a leading player in the area of banking law, capital markets and insurance law. Having regard to the highly-harmonised EU financial market, clients from each corner of the continent turn to the firm. As Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is a highly-recognised firm in the financial sector major financial institutions, investment firms and insurance companies carrying activity in Hungary are all among its clients. The Hungarian financial sector is closely connected to the EU market with market players providing cross-border services. Providing legal services therefore in relation to complex cross-border projects (e.g. securitisation, legal support of cross border service providers) is part of the daily business for the law office. Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is often involved in complex EU-wide projects and provides legal support in respect of the Hungarian aspects of the projects (e.g. legal opinions on enforceability or company law matters).

Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori is the exclusive contributor of international organisations (eg ICMA), worldwide content aggregator services (eg Mondaq) and law firms (eg Latham & Watkins LLP) in relation to Hungarian regulation regarding banking law and capital markets.

Apart from the market players, the Law Office regularly provides legal services to Hungarian regulators and European institutions.

Although Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is an independent Hungarian law firm but is also has its worldwide network of offices through its membership of ADVOC, the leading international network of independent law firms. Being a member of ADVOC, Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office can assist its clients in legal matters in 73 jurisdictions. Péter Gárdos is a member of the Board of Advoc Europe.


Being committed to a high professional standard in its primary activity does not prevent Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office from being socially responsible. As the members of the law office share a common view in terms of the protection of fundamental rights, the importance of social responsibility, education of future generation and work-life balance, they actively engage in various projects in order to make things better.

Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office continuously offers legal services to people or organisations who otherwise cannot afford to turn to lawyers. Such legal help is provided, eg for small municipalities who are in need of professional legal expertise. We provide them with legal advice in relation to property law issues, labour law issues or matters relating to contract law.

We were honoured that along with lawyers from other law firms, we could provide the Chance for Children Foundation with pro bono legal advice in a claim for damages on behalf of 75 gypsy children from Gyöngyöspata. These children were segregated in the primary school and the state denied giving them a remedy. It was a great achievement that based on our claim for the compensation of damages for the infringement of their personality rights, and for the loss of chance that occurred due to their segregation; both the court of first instance and the court of second instance awarded damages to the children.

Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is devoted to the education of new generation of lawyers on various platforms. Members and lawyers of the law office therefore hold lectures at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law, Pázmány Péter Catholic University and Corvinus University, at the Budapest Institute of Banking and at the International Training Center for Bankers. Besides that, regular seminars are held for market participants in order to ensure compliance with regulation and to share good practice in the market.

The Law Office shares the view that granting a healthy work-life balance is indispensable in today’s world. Colleagues are therefore encouraged to live with the option of flexible working conditions, including home-office, and parents who raise children are granted with the opportunity of part-time jobs.