Gergely has been with the Budapest office of Baker McKenzie since April 1999 and is the lead partner of the Tax Practice Group. He has significant experience advising on tax structuring through Hungarian vehicles. He represents clients before the courts and the tax authority. His work also extends to tax-related legal issues arising in the course of M&A transactions and to Hungarian tax implications of foreign fund structuring.
Gergely authors the Hungary chapter for the Bloomberg Tax VAT Navigator.