President

Csaba Balázs RIGÓ

Mr RIGÓ graduated from Eötvös Lóránd University in 1987 with a degree in computer programming, and in 1989 with a degree in software engineering. In 1995 he obtained a degree in economics from the College of Finance and Accountancy, in 2004 he acquired a postgraduate degree specialised in public procurement management and in 2009 he obtained an MBA in economics from Corvinus University of Budapest.

 

 

 

Previous work experience; positions, responsibilities:
1989-1994 Hungarian Oil and Gas PLC and its predecessor, software designer, system administrator
1994-1997 Pannon Petroleum Ltd., head of marketing and information technology
1997-2010 Self-employed, system designer and software developer
1999-2002 Water and Sewerage Company of Northern Zala County, member of the board
2000-2002 West-Transdanubian Regional Development Council, member of the regional development committee
2002-2010 Member of the Municipal Council, councillor (City of Zalaegerszeg)
2004-2010 General Assembly of the City of Zalaegerszeg, Procurement Board, chairman
2005-2010 Municipal Association for the Development of the Sewerage Network and Wastewater Treatment Plant in Zalaegerszeg and its surroundings (Cohesion Fund Project), president of the association
2007-2010 Zalaegerszeg, Local Government of Kertváros, head
2010-2010 Municipal Association to improve the quality of drinking water in Zalaegerszeg and its region (KEOP Project), president of the association
2010-2020 Public Procurement Authority of Hungary, Public Procurement Council, member of the council
2011-2015 Government Office for Zala County, appointed government official
2012-2015 Public Procurement Authority of Hungary, vice-president
2015-2020 Public Procurement Authority of Hungary, president
15 April 2020 - Present Hungarian Competition Authority, president
He previously taught economic policy at Pannon University and he is currently a guest lecturer of the postgraduate legal studies course in public procurement at Eötvös Lóránd University.

Vice President

András TÓTH

 

Dr. Tóth András, a Gazdasági Versenyhivtal elnökhelyettese, a Versenytanács elnöke

Mr TÓTH is an associate professor and the Head of the Department of Infocommunication law at the Faculty of Law at the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary. From 2002 to 2007 he worked at the Hungarian Competition Authority. In 2007 he worked at a leading American law firm’s offices in Brussels and Budapest. Since 2010 he has been the vice-president of the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) and Chairman of the Competition Council. He is the editor in chief of the scientific paper of the GVH, the ‘Competition mirror’ (‘Versenytükör’); furthermore, he is a member of the editorial committees of the European Networks Law and Regulation Quarterly and the Public Governance, Administration and Finances Law Review.

 

Vice President

 László BAK

Dr. Bak László, a Gazdasági Versenyhivatal elnökhelyettese

Mr BAK earned his law degree at Péter Pázmány Catholic University in 2004. In 2009, he obtained a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, and in 2014 he completed a postgraduate course in competition law at King’s College London. After working as a lawyer for several years, in 2010 he joined the GVH and has since held several positions: first he was appointed as chief of staff, then in 2014 he was appointed as head of Litigation, and from March 2015 he led the Legal Unit.

 

 

Secretary General

Annamária TEVANNÉ-SÜDI

Mrs TEVANNÉ SÜDI obtained a degree in public administration management in (insert date) and a degree in public administration governance in 1992 from the College of Public Administration. In 2000 she graduated from Eötvös Lóránd University with a degree in law and in 2003 she also acquired a postgraduate degree specialised in real estate management from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Her career in the public administration field began in 1984 at the XXII District Council of Budapest. After holding several leadership positions, she was appointed as deputy notary public. From 2003 to 2011 she was a notary public at Budaörs and at the Budafok-Tétény Budapest XXII District municipality. In 2011 she was appointed as the Secretary General of the GVH. She is a member of the National Public Administration Board of Examiners.