Gergely started working at EY in 2013 in Tax Advisory where for several years he dealt with international taxation issues.
He has extensive experience in tax audits and tax litigation covering almost every tax type, especially local taxes, corporate income tax, surtaxes, VAT.
He is regularly involved in the representation of EY clients in court and before tax authorities. He has contributed to several legal disputes concerning the proper exercise of rights, substance based characterization and the consistency of Hungarian and Community law. Gergely has participated in numerous decision-making procedures before the European Court of Justice.
Gergely graduated as a lawyer at the Faculty of Law of Eötvös Lóránd University in 2012.
During his university years, he was a member of the Bibó István College for Advances Studies, was teaching in the Entrance Exam Preparation Committee and worked as an academic assistant in the Department of Financial Law.
In addition to his studies in Hungary, Gergely also attended taxation law courses in Finland and Austria.
How Gergely is building a better working world
"In my career I focus on vindicating the legitimate interests of Hungarian companies during tax audits, administrative proceedings and tax litigation."