Clients

 

banking and finance


otp bank

Assets (2016): USD 36bn

OTP Bank is the Top 1 financial institution in Hungary, and it is one of the largest in Central Europe.

 

Raiffeisen Bank

Assets (2016): USD 6.4bn

Raiffeisen is a Top 5 bank in Hungary.

 

CIB Bank

Assets: USD 5.8bn

CIB Bank is a subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Group, the largest Italian bank.

 
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Allianz Hungary

Revenue: USD 400m

Allianz is the European market leader in insurance and financial services.

 
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Debt Collection Co.

Revenue: USD 15m

 

 
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KBC Group

Assets: USD 8.6bn

K&H Group is one of Hungary's top financial service providers.

 
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Rural Credit Guarantee Foundation

Assets: USD 119m

AVHGA issues on-demand guarantees to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises which are engaged in the agricultural sector.

 
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Credit Scoring Agency

Revenue: USD 11m

BISZ Zrt. provides credit information to players in the Hungarian financial sector.

 
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TAKARÉKBANK Group

Assets: USD 8.1b

Takarékbank Group is the largest co-operative savings bank in Hungary with 1.5 million clients.


Energy and utilities


MOL Group

Revenue: USD 12.6bn

MOL Group is the largest Hungarian company, and one of the largest Central-European oil companies. It operates in 30 countries, with 25,000 employees.

 
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MVM Group

Revenue: USD 4.2bn

MVM is the largest electricity provider in Hungary, which operates one nuclear and eight conventional power plants.

 
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E.On Hungary

Revenue: USD 2.2bn

E.On is the world’s largest privately owned electric utility company.

 

BP Hungary

Revenue: USD 25m

BP is one of the world's seven oil and gas supermajors.

 
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EDF Hungary

Revenue: USD 499m

EDF is a French electric utility company, largely owned by the French state.

 
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Engie (Priorly: GDF Suez)

Revenue: USD 83m

Engie is a French multinational electric utility company, component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.

 

 
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FÖGÁZ

Revenue: USD 1.2bn

The largest Hungarian retail gas provider.

 
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Nemzeti Közmüvek

Revenue: USD 985m

Largest Hungarian retail utility provider with 3.5m customers


Telecommunications


Hungarian (magyar) telekom

Revenue (2016): USD 2.2bn

Hungarian Telekom is the Top 1 telecommunications company in Hungary. It is the local subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, the leading telco provider of Germany.

 

vodafone Hungary

Revenue (2016): USD 464m

Vodafone is the Top 2 telecommunications provider in Hungary, it is the local subsidiary of Vodafone Group plc (UK).

 

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Revenue (2016): USD 528m

Telenor is a Top 3 telecommunications provider in Hungary. It is the local subsidiary of Telenor ASA (Norway), which has 189m subscribers in 13 countries.

 
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Lynx Analytics (Singapore)

Revenue: USD 4,1m

Lynx Analytics solves complex business problems with big data graphs.

 
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Starr and Associates (atlanta, ga)

Starr and Associates uses the tools of business intelligence, analytics, and data mining to improve process efficiency and customer service in a diverse set of industries, including public sector, healthcare, manufacturing, mining, and telecommunications.


Manufacturing, Agriculture, maintenance


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GE Hungary

Revenue: USD 15bn

GE ranked among the Fortune 500 as the 13th-largest firm in the U.S. by gross revenue in 2017.

 
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Arconic Hungary

Revenue: USD 776m

Arconic’s products, which include aluminum, titanium, and nickel, are used worldwide in aerospace, automotive, commercial transportation, packaging, building and construction, oil and gas, defense, consumer electronics, and industrial applications.

 

Bonafarm Group

Revenue: USD 644m

Bonafarm is one of the largest companies in Hungary in food processing and agriculture.

 
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Agrovir

Revenue: USD 1.1m

AgroVIR develops corporate management, production management, and decision support systems for agricultural businesses, and as a market independent entity, it helps farmers with cloud-based solutions to leverage 21st century technologies.

 
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British American Tobacco Hungary

Revenue: USD 538m

British American Tobacco is the largest publicly traded tobacco company in the world.

 
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GlideRite (Woodland Hills, CA)

GlideRite implements repair, maintenance and cleaning programs across North America for facilities and a wide range of rolling equipment for companies like Home Depot, Target, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Office Depot, Costco and Walmart.


Logistics and Transportation


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DB Schenker

Revenue: USD 65m

DB Schenker is the logistics division of Deutsche Bahn.

 
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DHL Hungary

Revenue: USD 205m

Deutsche Post DHL is the world's largest logistics company operating around the world, particularly in sea and air mail.

 
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Hungarian Railroad Co.

Revenue: USD 1.1bn

MÁV is the state-owned railway company of Hungary and is in connection with other European national railroad networks, providing services in passenger- and freight transportation.

 
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Budapest Transportation Authority

Revenue: USD 430m

BKK is the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the City of Budapest, Hungary. BKK operates 2100 vehicles in Budapest and carries around 1.3 billion passengers annually, who travel 4.9bn kilometers.

 

Hungarian Post Ltd.

Revenue: USD 660m

Magyar Posta (Hungarian Post) is the market leader in the courier, express and parcel (CEP) market in Hungary, processing 3 million letters and 50 000 parcels per day. The company employs ~30 000 employees and has 2 700 service points and a fleet of ~3 000 vehicles.


Government


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National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary

Revenue: USD 41bn

The Hungarian Tax Administration accounts for 96% of all revenues of the state.

 
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Hungarian State Treasury

Budget: USD 54bn

The State Treasury manages and oversees all public spending in Hungary

 
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Ministry of Interior

Budget: USD 2.6bn

 
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National Office for Rehabilitation and Social Affairs

Budget: USD 7m