The Kapolyi law firm has helped Connecticut-based international brokerage company Interactive Brokers establish its Central European headquarters in Budapest.
Interactive Brokers Group provides automated trade execution and custody of securities, commodities, and foreign exchange services to individual investors, hedge funds, proprietary trading groups, financial advisors, and introducing brokers.
According to Kapolyi, the Hungarian National Bank authorized the company’s activity on December 12, 2020. The company now operates ten subsidiaries across the US, Australia, Asia, and Europe.
The Kapolyi team included Managing Partner Jozsef Kapolyi and Partner Viktor Krezinger.