Join us on June 22 for an online Policy Forum on the EU Taxonomy, featuring distinguished representatives from the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU. Learn more about how the EU Taxonomy is shaping the future of environmental responsibility and what your company has to do to comply with the regulations.
During the event, we will take an overview of the taxonomy criteria and classification system for environmentally sustainable economic activities and highlight the most important aspects and deadlines companies have to pay attention to in Hungary.
Further, we will look into how to navigate the taxonomy and integrate it into company operations, as well as the benefits and challenges of aligning with it that companies in Hungary may face.
Péter STAVICZKY dr., State Aid Attaché, Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU, Brussels
Szabolcs TÓTH, Financial Services Attaché, Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU, Brussels
Date: June 22, 2023
Platform: MS Teams
The event will be held in English without translation.
The access link to the event will be shared with all registered guests 24 hours before the event.
The event is open for AmCham Members only, participation is free of charge.
Studied law at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Law (1996-2001) and Comparative Law at the International Faculty of the University Robert Schuman Strasbourg (1999-2002).
He did a banking-lawyer postgraduate training (2000-2002) and took part in the common European specialist course of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the French École National d’Administration in the spring of 2002. He has been working at the State Aid Monitoring Office in Budapest since 2001. In 2007, he was appointed as head of the unit. He is a regular speaker at the seminars on State aid. Since January 2011 he is the attaché responsible for State aid, export credits, accounting, and audit regulation at the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU in Brussels.
Studied economics at the Corvinus University of Budapest (2005-2010), with a major in EU economics. He started his career in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2010 as an EU economic analyst. Between 2015 and 2020, he worked at the central bank of Hungary in various positions, in the field of international relations and the monitoring of the financial sector. Since February 2020, he is a financial services attaché responsible for banking, insurance, and sustainable finance at the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU in Brussels.