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Magdolna Csomor Joins 4iG as Deputy Head of Group Regulatory

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Vodafone Hungary Head of Regulatory Magdolna Csomor has joined 4iG as Deputy Head of Group Regulatory.

Csomor has been serving as the Head of Regulatory at Vodafone (acquired by 4iG as reported by CEE Legal Matters on January 24, 2023) since 2019, and will continue in that role as well. She first joined the company in 2017 as a Senior Legal Advisor.

Before that, she was a Senior Legal and Regulatory Counsel with Invitel between 1993 and 2017. Between 1991 and 2002 she was a Senior Legal Advisor with Leo Burnett Group. She also worked for Synergon and OTP Bank.

"I got a great opportunity to continue my career as the Deputy Head of Group Regulatory at the Hungarian 4iG Group," commented Csomor. "As a result of several large-scale acquisitions in Hungary and the Western Balkans, 4iG transformed from a stand-alone IT player into a challenger in digital technology and IT-telco convergence as a regional technology/info-communications group. I have spent several decades in the telco industry as a legal and regulatory counsel. I have great practice both in mobile and fixed regulations. I have worked for incumbent and also for alternative operators. This an exciting challenge to be one of the professional leaders of this innovative challenger tech group.

Originally reported by CEE In-House Matters.

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