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Balazs Tomaj Joins Kinstellar as Senior Counsel

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Former MVM Deputy CEO Balazs Tomaj has joined Kinstellar in Budapest as Senior Counsel.

Tomaj had been with MVM since 2019, serving prior to his departure, as the Deputy CEO, Chief Client Relationship Officer. Between 2016 and 20203 he has also served as the Head of Legal of ENKSZ First National Public Utility. 

Tomaj also worked as legal counsel at E.ON Hungaria and E.ON Power Generation and served as a member of the Hungarian Wind Energy Association.  

“We are delighted to have Balazs on board, commented Kinstellar Budapest Managing Partner Kristof Ferenczi. "He is a highly respected energy lawyer with a strong and successful career.  His skillset, experience, and background complement our team and add strength and depth to our client offering, and I look forward to the contributions he will bring.”

“I am delighted and honored to join such a powerhouse as Kinstellar," added Tomaj. "I look forward to contributing my knowledge and experience to further enhance the firm’s reputation as a key player in the energy sector.’’

Originally reported by CEE In-House Matters.

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