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Csongor Tompa

Senior Counsel

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP Magyarországi Fióktelepe
YBL Palace
Károlyi utca 12
1053 Budapest
Hungary
Languages Hungarian, English, German

Csongor is a senior counsel in the Finance team at CMS Budapest.

He graduated from the University of Debrecen in 2006. He has extensive experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating finance documents and has been involved in various large projects and real estate and corporate financings. He is also experienced in numerous M&A deals and capital market transactions. 

Csongor spent six months on secondment in the legal department responsible for CEMA countries (Central and Eastern Europe/Middle East/Africa) at IBM’s Vienna Office, and three months on secondment at CIB Bank Budapest in the project finance department. From January 2012, Csongor spent one year at UniCredit Bank in London at the Loan Syndication and LBO desk.

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Relevant experience

  • SRF Limited, an India-based manufacturing company, on an EUR 70m credit facility, where the client established a benchmark plant in Hungary and as a result of its investment became one of the largest BOPET and BOPP foil producers in the world.
  • A consortium of banks (OTP Bank, Budapest Bank, Commerzbank AG and K&H Bank Hungary) on a complex syndicated loan refinancing for the largest bio ethanol producer, Pannonia Bio, covering all financial indebtedness of the client.
  • Erste Bank AG/Hotusa Group on the cross-border acquisition financing of the 4* Eurostar Danube hotel downtown Budapest.
  • GTC on various EUR 100m+ cross-border, international property financings, including residential parks and shopping malls.
  • K&H Bank on the Pannonia Ethanol financing amendment, which company is a leading renewable ethanol producer in CEE.
  • UniCredit Bank on the financing of a geothermal power plant that provides heat to a significant part of Miskolc, Hungary.
  • GMT on numerous EUR 100m+ cross-border international financings.
  • MET on a USD 400m facility agreement.
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Education

  • 2006 - Doctor of Law, University of Debrecen, Debrecen 
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Memberships

  • Member, Budapest Bar Association
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5 December 2016
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