Looking back on the past 20 years, the Hungarian financial sector has undergone significant development. However, the extremely fierce competition still poses new requirements and challenges to financial institutions. In addition to local restrictions, companies operating in Hungary must also meet the complex requirements of international regulations; more specifically EU regulations.
Keeping market processes under control, navigating in the field of complex tax and financial regulations, improving efficiency and productivity, and finding new ways to optimise customer relations have become never-ending tasks for the participants in the Hungarian financial sector.
PwC’s local, regional and global network helps participants in the financial sectors see professional challenges as opportunities. We offer business consultancy, audit and tax consultancy services to our clients and help them meet their constantly changing business challenges.
Project Blue is a major research project, designed through interaction with financial services leaders, to provide a framework to help industry, and particularly policy makers, to organise their own assessment of a world in flux, debate the implications, rethink strategies, and, if necessary, re-design organisational structure and business models. From greater government intervention and different policy choices, through to the shifts in global investment and growth, Project Blue explores the major trends that are transforming the economies and financial systems.
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