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Barbara Koncz



PwC Hungary



Languages: English, Hungarian


Barbara is a Director of the Indirect Tax Department of PricewaterhouseCoopers Hungary. She is a member and coordinator of the firm's tax controversy and dispute resolution group in Hungary. She advises domestic and international clients in VAT and R&D disputes and represent them in tax audit.

Recent matter highlights

Ongoing tax disputes related to VAT, EKAER and R&D qualifications for multinationals in the automotive, IT and FMCG sector.

Practice areas

Restructuring, Dispute resolution, EU state aid, Tax consulting, R&D advisory

Sector specialisations

Automotive, Food and beverage, Healthcare, Industrials, Pharma and life sciences, Tech and telecoms

Association memberships

Hungarian Association of International Companies – R&D working group, Tax working group

Academic qualifications

Eötvös Lóránd University, Faculty of Law as Doctor iuris in 2005,

Széchenyi István University, College Degree in Economics in 2006


Dr. Zoltán Várszegi


Managing Partner, attorney-at-law

Réti, Várszegi & Partners Law Firm PwC Legal


+36 14619506

Languages: Hungarian, English

Bar admissions: Budapest Bar Association


Dr. Várszegi is the Managing Partner of Réti Várszegi & Partners Law Firm PwC Legal in Budapest, Hungary. His areas of expertise include, among others, tax & commercial litigation, M&A, restructuring, energy law, public utilities, etc. He advises clients in different industries, including energy production & supply, industrial manufacturing.

Practice areas

Cross-border project management, Restructuring, Dispute resolution, Litigation, EU state aid

Sector specialisations

Energy, Oil and gas, Transport, Utilities


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Zsuzsanna Huszl


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Gergely Riszter

Baker McKenzie

Levente Torma

DLA Piper

Zoltán Varszegi

Réti Antall & Partners

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