Ákos Mátés-Lányi joins Noerr as Counsel in Budapest

As a Corporate M&A lawyer, Ákos has built professional reputation as a specialist with an impressive track-record of advising on cross-border M&A, private equity and capital markets matters.
He has over 12 years of experience advising extensively both domestic and international clients through working at international law firms including DLA Piper and most recently, Kinstellar.

Zoltán Nádasdy, Office Head of Noerr in Budapest has commented: "We are proud and excited about Ákos joining us at a time when Noerr is developing fast in Hungary. Ákos will bring critical expertise to our young and dynamically growing team, which serves an increasing number of international clients."

Jörg Menzer, Regional Managing Partner of CEE has emphasized: "We very much look forward to Ákos coming on board, and this important move is evidence of our commitment to progressing Noerr into a truly regional force in all core areas of the legal advisory business in CEE. Ákos will work from day one with our leading M&A professionals across the region and also in Germany as the case maybe, on major transactions."

Ákos has graduated from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest and has completed a series of advanced postgraduate studies at the Corvinus University of Economics in Budapest. He is a member of the Budapest Bar and a member of the Ethics Committee of the Hungarian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. He speaks Hungarian and English.


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