- The Hungarian National Bank’s plans with respect to the bank sector
- The market of non-performing loans is starting up
- CSOK (Family Home Benefit) and mortgages in Hungary
- Increase of lending to small- and medium companies
- The future of unsecured consumption loans
- The bank sector facing great challenges
We are celebrating a jubilee at Portfolio’s Lending conference, as this is the 10th time we organize this event with the participation of a wide variety of operators from the Hungarian lending sector. It is good news that after the time of the lean kine, an upward trend may begin in the Hungarian lending market, facilitated, among others, by the family home benefit in the retail sector, and the new incentives added to the re-financing loan programs in the small- and medium company sector. The economic growth is another factor contributing to lending, while loan offers are less and less limited by regulatory measures. It seems that the market of non-performing loans is also starting up in Hungary, which makes the program of our event even more current.
Based on the business prospects that surpass the average of the past few years and on the current events of the loan market, visitors can expect the event to have high attendance. In addition to economic policy decision makers, the bank sector’s cream of the crop and loan market experts, the representatives of neighboring areas (such as intermediaries, representatives of the real estate sector and councelors) will also be present, providing an excellent opportunity for thought-provoking professional discussions and networking.
OUR SPEAKERS WERE:
- Márton Nagy, Vice-President, National Bank of Hungary
- dr. Pál Simák, Chairman-CEO, CIB Bank
- József Vida, Chairman-CEO (Takarékbank), Chairman (FHB Jelzálogbank)
- Heinz Wiedner, CEO, Raiffeisen Bank
- Tamás Bernáth, Chairman-CEO, MFB Zrt.
- László Bencsik, Deputy-CEO, OTP Bank
- Dr. Ádám Balog, Chairman-CEO, MKB Bank Zrt.
- Dr. Balázs Bodzási, Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of Justice
- Gábor Rajna, Director of sales network & support, K&H Bank
- András Becsei, CEO, OTP Jelzálogbank
- Péter Felfalusi, CEO, Chairman, Intrum Justitia Zrt., MAKISZ
- András Kozma, CEO, Creditmanagement Group
- Ferenc Kementzey, Deputy-CEO, Raiffeisen Bank
- Gábor Tokodi, Deputy-CEO, FHB Bank
- Gergely Fábián, Director, National Bank of Hungary
- Anna Florova, Managing director, Retail Lending Unit, OTP Bank
- Gyula Fatér, Head of Department, Budapest Bank
- Richárd Szabados, Head of Department, Erste Bank Hungary Zrt.
- Zoltán Takács, Deputy-CEO, FHB Bank
- Dr. Hajnalka Csorbai, Head of Strategy, Opten Kft.
- Balázs Szabó, Head of SME department, CIB Bank
- Balázs Bíró, Partner, Deloitte
- Ákos Demeter, Partner, Deloitte
- Tamás Parti, President, Budapesti Közjegyzői Kamara
- Dr. Roland Dányi, Legal and Public Procurement Director, MAPI Zrt.
- Tamás Erni, CEO, Loxon Solutions
- Péter Kiss, Unit manager, Takarékbank
- Borbála Baittrok, Head of Department, Gemius Hungary Kft.
- Gábor Békés, Research Fellow, MTA KRTK Institute of Economics, CEU
- János Samu, Senior Analyst, Concorde Értékpapír
PARTICIPANTS OF THE LENDING 2017 CONFERENCE:
Advisesoft Zrt., Agrár-Vállalkozási Hitelgarancia Alapítvány, Atradius Crédito y Caución S.A Magyarországi Fióktelepe, Bank of China (Hungária) Zrt., Bankráció Kft., BÁV Faktor Zrt., Benks-Hyper Kft., BISZ Zrt., Budapest Bank Zrt., Budapesti Közjegyzői Kamara, CARDIF Biztosító Zrt., CIB Bank Zrt., Concorde Értékpapír, Consequence Europe, Creditmanagement Group, Deloitte Legal Szarvas - Erdős és Társai Ügyvédi Iroda, Deloitte Zrt., Diófa Alapkezelő Zrt., Ernst & Young Tanácsadó Kft., Erste Bank Hungary Zrt., Eurolex Consulting Kft., Magyar Export-Import Bank Zrt. - EXIM, Faludi Wolf Theiss Ügyvédi Iroda, FHB Bank Zrt., FHB Jelzálogbank Nyrt., Garantiqa Hitelgarancia Zrt., Gemius Hungary Kft., Hegymegi-Barakonyi és Társa Baker & McKenzie Ügyvédi Iroda, Helix Vezetési és Informatikai Tanácsadó Kft., Hungária Takarék, Igazságügyi Minisztérium, ING Bank N.V. Magyarországi Fióktelepe, Intrum Justitia Zrt., Iránytű Intézet Kft., Jalsovszky Ügyvédi Iroda, JuridEco Jogi és Közgazdasági Tanácsadó Zrt., K&H Bank Zrt., Kárpát Országos Vállalkozói Szövetség, KDB Bank, Kereskedelmi és Hitelbank Zrt., Közép-európai Egyetem - CEU, KPMG Tanácsadó Kft., Loxon Solutions, Magyar Exporthitel Biztosító Zrt., Magyar Követeléskezelők és Üzleti Információt Szolgáltatók Szövetsége – MAKISZ, Magyar Nemzeti Bank, MAPI Fejlesztési Iroda Zrt., MARK Zrt., Mehib Zrt., MFB Invest Zrt., MFB Zrt., Microsoft Magyarország Kft., Miniszterelnökség, MKB Bank Zrt., Magyar Tudományos Akadémia, Közgazdaság- és Regionális Tudományi Kutatóközpont, Közgazdaságtudományi Intézet, Nagy és Trócsányi Ügyvédi Iroda, Navilis Tanácsadó Kft., Nemzeti Eszközkezelő Zrt., Nemzeti Fejlesztési Minisztérium, Ness Hungary Kft., Opten Kft., OTP Bank Nyrt., OTP Jelzálogbank Zrt., Pressinform, PricewaterhouseCoopers Könyvvizsgáló Kft., Provident Pénzügyi Zrt., Raiffeisen Bank Zrt., Sberbank Magyarország Zrt., Simonyi és Tóth Kft., SmartX Solutions Kft., Sopron Bank Burgenland Zrt., Szigetvári Takarékszövetkezet, Takarékbank Zrt., UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt. ...
DATE: 25th April 2017, Tuesday (09.00 - 17.00, Registration: 08.20 - 09.00)
PLACE: Hotel Sofitel Budapest Chainbridge, Szechenyi Istvan ter 2, 1051 Budapest
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Zoltán BánCEO, Net Média Zrt. (Portfolio)
Zoltán Bán started his professional career as a stock analyst and joined Portfolio.hu’s team in 2000 in this position. As the company grew his responsibilities grew with it. As of 1 October 2009 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of NET Média Zrt. (Portfolio.hu). Mr. Bán obtained his degree in economics at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration, specializing in finance, in 2001 and became a chartered economist at ELTE in 2006. Besides managing the company he keeps an eye on the current issues of his former fields of expertise, i.e. the financial sector and the real estate market.
Balázs BíróPartner, Deloitte
Balázs Bíró has more than 10 years of experience in the field of company financial transactions. He has managed various projects concerning company financial and other evaluations, modeling, portfolio services, strategic consultation and company restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe.
Gergely DitróyHead of Property Division, Portfolio
Graduated from BME (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) Faculty of economic and social sciences (GTK) as an economist. He wrote his thesis and spent his months of apprenticeship at Ecorys Hungary, where he spent further three years as a Real Estate market advisor, of which he worked a half a year in the Manchester office of the company. From the beginning of 2010 he was the Real Estate market analyst for Portfolio.hu, and the permanent editor of the REsource Ingatlaninfo of Net Média Zrt. In 2013 Gergely joined the Otthontérkép project team (leading hungarian map based apartment finder) as a senior analyst. Later, when Mapsolutions bought the market leading commercial real estate listing sites (irodahaz.info and raktar.info) he became the manager of the commercial real estate division.
András KozmaCEO Creditmanagement Group
István PalkóSenior Analyst, Portfolio
Mr. István Palkó graduated at the Department of Finance of the Corvinus University of Budapest in year 2007 and at the Dronten Professional Agricultural University in the Netherlands in year 2008. For a short time he worked as the analyst of Morgan Stanley, and since January 2009 he has been the analyst of Portfolio.hu, where his professional field is the finance sector. He is the responsible editor of the Financial Alamanac, and he plays a key role in organizing the insurance and credit conferences of Portfolio.hu from professional aspects. He was awarded a Junior Prima prize in the press category in 2011.
Borbála BaittrokHead of Department, Gemius Hungary Kft.
Dr. Ádám BalogChairman-CEO, MKB Bank Zrt.
András BecseiCEO, OTP Jelzálogbank
He obtained his first diploma from the Budapest University of Economics and Public Administration majoring finances, expanding his studies with a scholarship at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He obtained his second diploma from the University of Cologne (Germany) participating in the CEMS program, and then his third diploma from the MBA program of INSEAD in Singapore. Following his studies in economics he started his career in 2000, as a business development analyst for MOL Nyrt., and then in 2001-2002 he was working for a Ruhrgas subsidiary region in Essen. After this he was a consultant, then project manager for McKinsey&Company between 2002 and 2009. From May 2009 he headed the Retail Business Development and Subsidiary Directorate of OTP Bank, he has become head of the Retail Directorate in March 2012, and besides that he is also CEO, member of the Board of Directors at OTP Lakástakarék Zrt. and vice-president of the Hungarian Bank Association since April 2014.
Gábor BékésResearch Fellow, MTA KRTK Institute of Economics, CEU
Az MTA KRTK Közgazdaságtudományi Intézetének tudományos munkatársa és a Közép-Európai Egyetem (CEU) vendégprofesszora. Kutatási területei: nemzetközi közgazdaságtan, vállalati telephely-választás és termelékenység és regionális gazdaságtan. Corvinus Egyetemen 1999-ben végzett pénzügy szakon, és 2000-ben szerezte meg a London School of Economics közgazdaságtani mester-diplomája. 2000-2002-ben dolgozott a londoni Lehman Brothers banknál. A doktori fokozatot a Közép-Európai Egyetemen 2007-ben szerezte. Az elmúlt években dolgozott az Európai Bizottság és az ECB
vezette kutatási programokban, vendégkutató volt Bolognában és Párizsban. Számos szakcikk szerzője.
László BencsikDeputy-CEO, OTP Bank
László Bencsik graduated from the Faculty of Business Administration at the Budapest University of Economic Science in 1996. He obtained a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the INSEAD Business School Program of France in 1999. Following his higher education studies he was working for Andersen Consulting until 1999 as a consultant. From 2000 he was the project manager of the McKinsey&Company Inc. consulting firm. From 2003 he was the executive director of the bank management directorate of OTP Bank. From 1 August, 2009 he has been deputy CEO of OTP Bank, head of the Strategy and Finances Division.
Tamás BernáthChairman-CEO, MFB Zrt.
dr. Balázs BodzásiDeputy State Secretary, Ministry of Justice
Dr. Hajnalka CsorbaiHead of Strategy, Opten Kft.
Dr. Roland DányiLegal and Public Procurement Director, MAPI Zrt.
Ákos DemeterPartner, Deloitte
Demeter Ákos is a partner at Deloitte's Budapest office. He has considerable experience in the banking industry, starting his career with networks, then he worked as a marketing director responsible for retail and SME segments. After that he changed for professional services and consultancy. He has managed several consultancy projects in the field of strategy development and transformation in the banking industry, but he has also gained experience in the energy industry, transportation and tourism.
Tamás ErniCEO, Loxon Solutions
Tamas Erni is Managing Partner in Loxon Solutions. He has graduated from finance on the Budapest University of Economic Sciences. He started his career by Raiffeisen Bank Hungary in 1999 and later he worked for Ecostat Institut. He has moved to Loxon in 2001 and became responsible to build up the business consulting team of Loxon and manage several projects in transforming bank’s lending operations and risk management procedures, contributing to Loxon becoming the market leader in the CEE region’s risk management and lending software market. Based on this experience he was nominated to the position of partner in 2005-
Gergely FábiánDirector, National Bank of Hungary
Gyula FatérHead of Department, Budapest Bank
Péter FelfalusiCEO, Chairman, Intrum Justitia Zrt., MAKISZ
Péter Felfalusi: He obtained his economics degree from the Budapest University of Economics in 1996, majoring marketing & external economic sector. He studied finances and marketing at the Stirling University in Scotland in 1992-1993, and later he obtained an investment analyst degree from the Institute of Training and Consulting in Banking. In 2010 he enrolled for the liquidation & court supervised management major at Budapest Corvinus University, where he obtained the degree of economist specialized in liquidation & court supervised management in 2012. He started his finances career with Bankár Holding, and then continued by working for OTP Értékpapír Rt. After that he joined Synergon Informatika Rt., where he fulfilled the director’s position for finances and treasury. From summer 2003 he became an associate of the Hungarian subsidiary of Swedish-founded Intrum Justitia Company Group. In 2004 he became head of Intrum Justitia Kft. and also Intrum Justitia Zrt., a company specialized in receivables purchase. Since February 2013 he is president of the Hungarian Association of Debt Collectors and Business Information Providers, besides being member of the Board at the National Association of Financial Institutions.
Anna FlorovaManaging Director, Retail Lending Unit, OTP Bank
Első diplomáját a Moszkvai Közgazdasági Egyetemen, a másodikat a Budapesti Közgazdasági Egyetemen Bank manager posztgraduális képzésen szerezte. Szakmai pályafutását a Kereskedelmi és Hitelbank fiókvezető-helyetteseként kezdte 1993-ban, amelyet 1999-ben a Postabank VIP Retail fiókigazgatói posztja követett. 2002 és 2008 között a K&H Bank Privát Bank, majd a Betét- és befektetések Marketing Főosztály igazgatója volt. 2008 óta támogatja az OTP Bank munkáját, ahol 2012-ig a Lakáshitelek Főosztályát irányította, majd az oroszországi leányvállalatnál három éven át vezérigazgató-helyettesi pozíciót töltött be: elsőként a Retail Banki Üzletfejlesztési Divíziót, majd a Digitális Marketing és Üzleti Folyamatok Divízióját vezette. 2015-től az OTP Ingatlanpont Kft. ügyvezetője, majd az OTP Jelzálogbank Zrt. vezérigazgató-helyettese, 2017. januárja óta pedig az OTP Bank Lakossági Hitelezési Igazgatóság ügyvezető igazgatója. 2017-től az OTP Lakástakarékpénztár igazgatósági tagja.
Ferenc KementzeyDeputy-CEO, Raiffeisen Bank
He began his career at Creditanstalt Inc. From 1997, he was the assistant of key corporate clients at Bank Austria Creditanstalt Inc.; he became its total responsibility manager in 1999. From 2001, he was the head of the large corporate business division at HVB Bank Inc.; from 2007, he worked at the corporate division of the UniCredit Bank Austria CEE, then at the domestic UniCredit. From 2011, he was the responsible Deputy Chief Executive of Raiffeisen Bank.
Péter KissUnit Manager, Takarékbank
Több évtizedes banki gyakorlattal rendelkezik, amelynek során több jelentős pénzintézetnél is kiemelten a KKV-kal kapcsolatos követeléskezeléssel, problémás hitelek kezelésével, hitelezési projektek irányításával foglalkozott, irányította az ezért felelős területet. 2010 szeptembere óta a Magyar Takarékszövetkezeti Bank Zrt. Problémás Követelések Osztályának vezetőjeként a nagyvállalati, KKV és lakossági problémás követelések kezelésének koordinálása, valamint a banki és az integrációs ÉV/CT képzési folyamatok kialakítása, szabályozása a feladata. A MTB Ingatlan Kft. ügyvezetője. A Takarékszövetkezeti Integráció központi problémás ügykezelésének kialakítását szervezi, és az Integrációs törvény alapján a Szövetkezeti Hitelintézetek Integrációs Szövetségének irányítása alatt működő Központi Kockázati Döntőbizottság munkájának is részese.
István MadárSenior Analyst, Portfolio
István Madár earned his degree at the Budapest University of Economics in 1997. He has been teaching at the Economic Policy Department, first in the position of assistant lecturer and later as senior lecturer. He spent six years as a journalist and editor at local business daily Világgazdaság between 2000 and 2006, before joining Portfolio.hu where he is now chief macro analyst and columnist.
Márton NagyVice-President, National Bank of Hungary
Mr Márton Nagy had been Executive Director of Financial Stability and Lending Incentives of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank since March 2013, now he is the Vice-president. He is a member of the Financial Stability Board and the European Banking Authority. He earned his degree in economics at Corvinus University of Budapest in 1999. Between 1998 and 2000, Mr Nagy worked as an analyst at the Government Debt Management Agency. In the following two years he was chief economist of ING. He joined the MNB team in 2002. The main fields of his research are bank competition and efficiency, pricing of bank products, sustainable lending and the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis. His professional publications regularly analyse challenges to the financial system. His professional activity is mainly focussed on the easing of SME’s financing difficulties and the solution of households’ foreign currency problems.
Tamás PartiPresident, Budapesti Közjegyzői Kamara
Gábor RajnaDirector of Sales Network & Support, K&H Bank
János SamuSenior Analyst, Concorde Értékpapír
Dr. Pál SimákChairman-CEO, CIB Bank
Dr. Pál Simák obtained his graduate degree from the Applied Sciences program of the University of Toronto. In 1999 he also obtained a PhD in Toronto. He obtained a certification in entrepreneurial and retail business management from the Technology and Business Management Center of the University in 1997, and a year later he was appointed financial risk manager at the Global Association of Risk Managers. He gathered his first professional experiences in 1995 as a consultant in the field of payroll techniques, working for Royal Bank of Canada, and then in 1996-1999 he was director of ProdActivity Associates in Toronto. In 1999-2000 he worked for Royal Bank of Canada as head of the risk policy group. He worked as a partner of McKinsey & Company in Budapest and Eastern Europe between 2000 and 2008. In 2008 he joined MKB Bank Zrt., where first he worked as Deputy CEO, and then from March 2012 as Chairperson and CEO. From April 2014 he is Chairperson and CEO of CIB Bank.
Richárd SzabadosHead of Department, Erste Bank Hungary Zrt.
Balázs SzabóHead of SME department, CIB Bank
Zoltán TakácsDeputy-CEO, FHB Bank
He is Deputy-CEO at FHB Zrt. After MNB and Konzumbank he was working for Budapest Bank for almost 15 years, as head of various company fields, among others as head of the Northwestern Hungary region, and then as head of company sales of the bank. From April 2015 he has been leading the Company Business Unit of FHB Commercial Bank, focusing mostly on SME and large company clients, as well as project financing. He has more than 20 years of experience in company financing. He studied at the Agricultural University of Gödöllő.
Gábor TokodiDeputy-CEO, FHB Bank
DCEO of the FHB Bank Zrt from 2009, within the FHB bank group he supervises the product development. Earlier he was the director of the bank account and deposit department of OTP Bank, member of the board at OTP Lakástakarék Pénztár (building savings) (2003-2009), before that at the same place the department leader of the bank account and deposit department (2000-2003), before that the leader of the regional department (1990-2000). He started his carrier at SZÜV in 1989, with system organization, programming and teaching. Electrical facility engineer (Kandó Kálmán College of Electrical Engineering, 1989); economist facility engineer College of Finance and Accountancy, 1994).
József VidaChairman-CEO (Takarékbank), Chairman (FHB Jelzálogbank)
Heinz WiednerCEO, Raiffeisen Bank
Heinz Wiedner became a member of the Board of Managers at Raiffeisen International in 2001, long before the Corporation became listed at the stock exchange in April 2005. Since 2003 when he was appointed Deputy CEO of operations, Wiedner’s first and foremost responsibilities were the organizational, IT, and bank operations fields within the group. Besides that he also supervised the Hungarian subsidiary bank as well as the subsidiary banks of other countries as member of the Board. The bank professional’s tasks also included supervision of the merger project of the Romanian Raiffeisen Bank (founded in 1998) and Banca Agricola (acquired in 2001). Heinz Wiedner joined Raiffeisen Zentralbank in 1993, as head of the payment transactions department. Before that he held various international positions within Citigroup for 16 years. Although Wiedner is an Austrian national born in Graz, his mother is of Hungarian origin, and she migrated to Austria in 1948.
Section I - The state of the Hungarian banking sector and lending
Moderator: Zoltán Bán, CEO, Net Média Zrt. (Portfolio)
Section II - Lending and competitiveness in Hungary
Moderator: István Palkó, Senior Analyst, Portfolio
Section III/A - Current events in mortgage lending
Moderator: Gergely Ditróy, Head of Property Division, Portfolio
Section III/B - SME lending amidst the new conditions
Moderator: András Kozma, CEO, RiskCover Hungary Zrt.
Section IV – The rise of the non-performing loan market
Moderator: Balázs Bíró, Partner, Deloitte
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