New Indirect Tax Partner for KPMG Hungary
KPMG in Hungary has announced that three of its senior staff have been appointed CEE partners effective 1 October 2006. Tax Partner Philippe Norre (38) has led KPMG’s Indirect Tax Services group for the past three years. A Belgian citizen and a tax lawyer, Philippe has 15 years of experience in tax advisory, with a specialization in VAT, indirect tax and customs issues. Philippe has in-depth European VAT technical knowledge and has advised clients in over 90 countries, which also provided him with profound understanding in cultural diversity and business approaches.
1992 – Master Degree in Tax Law, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
1991 – Degree in Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
1988 – First University Degree in Law, Katholieke Universiteit Brussel
1986 – Humanities Greek and Latin, St Jozefscollege Brussel
Languages: Besides his mother tongue Flemish/Dutch, Philippe is fluent in English, French and German
Boros Judit has been appointed Audit Partner after having led the firm’s Accounting Advisory Group since 2001.
Leposa Csilla has been appointed Audit Partner, specializing in the insurance sector.
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KPMG in Hungary employs 425 people – KPMG Hungaria Ltd. offers audit services, while KPMG Advisory Ltd. offers comprehensive advisory services to Hungarian and multinational companies, government bodies and foreign investors.