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Dr Péter Gárdos
Banking and finance; Dispute resolution
After participating in the drafting of the new Hungarian Civil Code, earning an LL.M and a PhD and working as a chief advisor at the Supreme Court, he joined Gárdos Mosonyi Tomori in 2008, where he became a partner in 2014. His primary focus is banking and finance and dispute resolution. He advises banks and other financial institutions both in regulatory matters and transactions. He has significant dispute resolution experience. He is also an arbitrator both in the General Section and the Money and Capital Market Section of the Court of Arbitration attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He is the author of a book on the law of assignment and the editor of a book on fiduciary securities. He is the co-editor and author of the commentary on the Civil Code. He is an assistant professor at Eötvös Loránd University.
Hungarian, English and German
Budapest Bar Association
J. D. ELTE Budapest, 2003
LL. M. ELTE Budapest, 2008
Ph. D. ELTE Budapest, 2008
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.
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.