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Curriculum Vitae of Márton Nagy


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Márton Nagy is Deputy Governor of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank and Member of the Monetary Council from 1 September  2015. Mr Nagy holds a university degree in economics.

Date of birth: 9 May 1976
Place of birth: Szolnok
Nationality: Hungarian
Marital status: unmarried

Professional career

2015 -             Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Deputy Governor
2013 – 2015.   Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Executive Director
2010 – 2013.   Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Director
2006 – 2010.   Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Deputy Head
2002 – 2006.   Magyar Nemzeti Bank, Senior Economic Expert
2000 – 2002.   ING Group, Senior Analyst
1998 – 2000.   Government Debt Management Agency
, Macroeconomic Analyst


1994 – 1999.   Budapest University of Economics
           • Degree in Economics
           • Thesis topic: Theory and Practice of Estimating Real Interest Rates 

1989 – 1994.   Verseghy Ferenc Secondary School of Szolnok


English: Professional high level exam
German: Professional secondary level exam

International and board memberships

2012 – 2015.  European Banking Authority, Voting Member
2013 - Financial Stability Board, Member of the Board
2013 - Investor Protection Fund, Member of the Board
2014 -  Hungarian Economic Association, Chairman of the Financial Section
2015 - Central Clearing House Depository (KELER Ltd.) and Central Counterparty Private (KELER CCP Ltd.), Member of the Board
2015 - 2016.  National Deposit Insurance Fund of Hungary, Member of the Board
2015 - 2016.  Resolution Fund, Member of the Board
2015 - Magyar Nemzeti Bank’s Monetary Council, Member of the Board
2015 - Hungarian Mint Ltd., Chairman of the Board
2015 - 2017.  Budapest Stock Exhange Ltd., Chairman of the Board


2014.   Popovics Sándor Award

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