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Faculty of International Management and Business

FIMB

Faculty of International Management and Business
KKK
FIMB
Citi Global Business Corporate Department

Established by Citibank Europe plc. Hungarian Branch Office (Citi Hungary) and the Faculty of International Management and Business in February 2020, the Citi Global Business Corporate Department aims to create direct connectivity between education, business practices, and R&D activities. Through the strategic corporate-university partnership and the various joint educational activities, the Citi Global Business Corporate Department strives to encourage creative and innovative thinking as well as to improve the students' entrepreneurial skills by adapting new learning methods and focusing on organisational and business development related topics. 

Founder, Head of Department: 

Kevin A. Murray, Citi’s CEO for Central Europe


Staff on the part of Citigroup:

Klára Tatár-Kiss Klára – Founder, Lecturer

Balázs Gál – Lecturer

László Kremmer – Lecturer

Erna Pandur – Coordinator

Dr. Anna Forgács

Deputy Dean of Education, Associate Professor

Address: 1165 Budapest, Diósy L. u. 22-24.

Room: E. II. 24.

Phone: (+361) 467-7857

E-mail: Forgacs.Anna@uni-bge.hu

Topics for Students’ Research Society Conference (TDK) offered by the Department 2020


HAJNALKA BOR: Securities Services / Direct Custody and Clearing

Paving the way for the widespread use of electronic voting

While local regulations allow for it and it is a widely used practice internationally electronic voting has not become an established market practice in Hungary. Given the fact that foreign institutional investors hold significant proportions of local, stock exchange listed securities the possibility of remotely exercising shareholder rights for them is of particular importance.
The experience from the current health crisis and regulatory measures taken to address the inability to physically participate in the GMs has clearly demonstrated the need for the use of digital technology. Tested solutions are available internationally and majority of stakeholders of the local capital market agree on the importance of digital solutions. What actions would be needed from issuers, regulators or the infrastructure to establish the missing market practices.


Klára Tatár-Kiss (HR)

Impacts of COVID-19 for remote work

How COVID-19 impacted the working strategies of employees (remote work).


Balázs Toldi (Commercial Bank)

Digital preparedness of the Hungarian SME sector in light of the Covid situation and their expectations from their banks


Further topics:

Coordinator: Erna Pandur

 - Energy sector - development path in CE vs WE, and opportunities ahead especially in the context of energy efficiency ambitions.

- Logistics, e-commerce in CE - strengths and opportunities. Infrastructure investments to realize opportunities

- Competitive strengths of CE economies and societies and opportunities emerging as a result

- Symbiosis of new and traditional economy companies/industries, fintechs vs banks. Positive and negative examples, and winning strategies ahead 


Staff

Associate professor 
  • Office: 1165 Budapest, Diósy L. u. 22-24.
  • Office: Building E, 2nd Floor, Room 20
  • Phone: +36 1 467-7845
  • Internal extension: 845
  • E-mail: cseko.katalin@uni-bge.hu

Associate professor 
  • Office: 1165 Budapest, Diósy L. u. 22-24.
  • Office: Building K, 2nd Floor, Room 9
  • Phone: +36 1 467-7809
  • Internal extension: 809
  • E-mail: Forgacs.Anna@uni-bge.hu

Visiting lecturer

Senior lecturer
  • Office: 1165 Budapest, Diósy L. u. 22-24.
  • Office: Building E, 2nd Floor, Room 22
  • Phone: +36 1 467-7800
  • Internal extension: 860
  • E-mail: Pirisi.Karoly@uni-bge.hu

Visiting lecturer