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Márton NAGY

Deputy Governor,
Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary)

Márton Nagy has been Deputy Governor of Monetary Policy and Lending Incentives of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary) since September 2015. He is a member of the Monetary Council and the Financial Stability Board. He is the Chairman of the Financial Section at the Hungarian Economic Association.

 

He earned his degree in economics at Corvinus University of Budapest in 1999. Between 1998 and 2000, Márton Nagy worked as an analyst at the Government Debt Management Agency. He joined the MNB team in 2002.

 

In 2014, he received the Popovics Sandor award, the accolade that can be given to emerging and hopeful professionals under the age of forty. His professional activity is mainly focused on the easing of SME’s financing difficulties and the solution of households’ foreign currency issues.

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Richárd VÉGH

Chairman and CEO,
Budapest Stock Exchange

Richárd Végh was appointed CEO of the Budapest Stock Exchange on 1 January 2016. He was elected as the Chairman of the Board on 16 March, 2017. 

 

Previously he worked at the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary) from October 2013 to December 2015, as Director of the Capital Market Supervision Directorate and was responsible for prudential supervision of capital market institutions in Hungary, market surveillance examinations concerning market manipulation, insider trading, and unauthorized financial services and was also responsible for the capital market issuer licensing.

 

From 2004 till 2013 he worked at Budapest Stock Exchange in various positions.

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Adrian TANASE
CEO,
Bucharest Stock Exchange

Adrian Tanase, 44, is the CEO of Bucharest Stock Exchange as of January 2018. As a capital markets professional, Adrian has almost 20 years of experience gathered in portfolio management.  

 

Prior to joining Bucharest Stock Exchange, Adrian was CIO at NN Pensions, the largest private pension fund in Romania, CEO and Equity Investment Officer at ING Asset Management Romania, Equity Investment Officer at ING Life Insurance Romania and at KD Investments.

 

Adrian is economist by formation, with a BA in Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, and a CFA degree, being a member of CFA Society Romania.
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Marek DIETL
CEO,
Warsaw Stock Exchange

Marek Dietl has been serving as CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange since June 2017.

 

A graduate of Warsaw School of Economics with a PhD from the Institute of Economic Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences, Marek Dietl served at the international consultancy Simon-Kucher & Partners from 1999 to 2008. He then moved to Krajowy Fundusz Kapitałowy, where he remained until 2012 – initially as Investment Manager and later as Deputy Director for Investments. Dietl has also served on the Supervisory Boards, Audit Committees, and Investment (Selection) Committees of more than 20 companies in Poland.

 

He has advised the President of Poland and the President of the Energy Regulatory Office.