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Curriculum Vitae of László Windisch


Windisch László portré - 250px.jpgDr. László Windisch

Deputy Governor of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the Central Bank of Hungary - MNB) from 2 October 2013; member of the Monetary Council.

Dr Windisch is a lawyer. He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Pázmány Péter Catholic University in 2002. In 2012 he earned a postgraduate degree in law. From 2002, he worked first as a lawyer in the Central Hungarian Regional Directorate of the National Tax and Customs Administration (and the Hungarian Tax and Financial Control Administration, its legal predecessor), then as Head of Division and later as Head of Department, before taking the position of Deputy Director. From January 2011, he served as Head of Department at the Department of Tax and Customs Administration of the Ministry for National Economy, then, until his appointment to the position of Deputy Governor of the MNB, as Director of Fiscal Analysis at the Bank’s Executive Directorate responsible for monetary policy.

His board memberships and other professional activities include: Member of the Financial Stability Council (MNB); Chairman of Board of the Hungarian National Deposit Insurance Fund; Board Member of the Resolution Fund; Board Member of GIRO Ltd; Chairman of the Supervisory of the Hungarian Mint Ltd; Vice Governor of the Hungarian Association of Financial and Economic Controllers; and Member of the Consistory of Budapest Corvinus University.      

Dr Windisch is married and a father of one child. 




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