Founders

  • Dr Krisztián Kulcsár 
  • Sándor Nyúl
  • Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy 

Supervisory Board

  • Dr Ilona Hardy (chairwoman)
  • György Habsburg
  • Zsófia Bánhegyi
  • Attila Császári 
  • Ottó Gecser 
  • Tamás Lőcsei 
  • Beatrix Staár 

Board of Trustees

  • Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy (chairman)
  • György Dudás 
  • Péter Kadocsa 
  • Dr Krisztián Kulcsár 
  • Csaba Lantos 
  • István Mozsár 
  • György Nagy 
  • Sándor Nyúl 
  • Botond Rencz 
  • Károly Régely 
  • Dr Konrád Siegler
  • Elek Straub
  • Péter Szalay
  • Tamás Vahl
  • József Váradi

Sports Professional Committee

  • József Buzgó (chairman)
  • Dr Attila Ábrahám 
  • Gábor Gundel Takács 
  • István Hajdú B. 
  • Mihály Kalapos 
  • Attila Kálnoki-Kis 
  • Dr Dénes Kemény 
  • Csaba Schulek 

General Secretary

  • Kinga Bóta 

Accountant: PwC Magyarország

Auditor: KPMG Magyarország

Operations Expert

  • Dr Ákos Baranyai 
  • Dr Eszter Fedák 
  • Gábor  Fényes 
  • Gábor Szalay-Berzeviczy 
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Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy

Three times elected Chairman of the Budapest Stock Exchange between 2004-2008, from 2012 Senior Advisor to the President and CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, and from 2013 Head of the Group Securities Services business line of Raiffeisen Bank International AG in Vienna. He studied in Kuwait and Istanbul, and graduated with a university diploma in finance and international economics. Started his career in 1990 at Budapest Bank, then between 1999-2008 headed the Global Securities Services of UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt. Between January 2009 and December 2011 he was Managing Director of UniCredit Group’s entire Central and Eastern European Global Securities Services in the Group’s Headquarters in Milan and Vienna.

Following in the footsteps of his great-great-grandfather, the pentathlete Dr. Albert Berzeviczy, founding President of the Hungarian Olympic Committee, Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy has a deep commitment to the cause of Hungarian sport and Budapest Olympics, which is why he founded the public benefit civil association BOM (Budapest Olympics Movement) together with 15 leading Hungarian corporations and more than 100 prominent individuals in 2005, and later he became its Chairman. Between 2005 and 2012 he deputy chaired, later co-chaired the Hungarian Fencing Federation, at the same time as being a member of the Hungarian Olympic Committee.

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Krisztián Kulcsár

Epee silver medalist of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and the 2004 Athens Olympics, and individual gold medal winner at the 2007 World Championship in Saint Petersburg, CEO of BÁV Zrt between 2010 and 2014. Technical Director of the International Fencing Federation (FIE) since June 2014.

Stepson of Olympic champion pentathlete István Móna and nephew of four time Olympic champion fencer Győző Kulcsár, Krisztián Kulcsár has been involved in Hungarian competitive sport since his birth. His professional career on the Hungarian national team from 1991 to 2008 was capped by two additional world champion titles, two European champion titles and ten Hungarian champion titles. Between 2004-2012 he was member of the Executive Board of the Hungarian Fencing Federation, and continues to be a member of the Executive Committee of the European Fencing Confederation as well as the Competition Rules Committee of the International Fencing Federation. As a devoted supporter of the Budapest Olympics, in 2006 he started taking active part in the operative function and operative management of the BOM (Budapest Olympics Movement) Association in the capacity of Strategic Sports Director.

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Sándor Nyúl

A ‘core member’ of the Demján-team, Chief Operating Officer of TriGránit Zrt. for a number of years and currently its Chairman, as well as CEO of Gránit Invest and Holding which oversees their joint investments. Started his career in 1974 as one of the founders of SKÁLA-Coop Rt., of which he later became general deputy CEO. Between 1991 and 1992, as the CEO of EUROINVEST Rt., he was instrumental in the privatisation and reorganisation of Videoton and Taurus. Between 1994-1997 as deputy chairman of CEIC Holding, he managed the Foreign Trade Division. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors at Bakonyi Power Plant and an owner of Gránit Bank.

He has had a strong commitment for sport since childhood. During his active sports career he competed and excelled in sabre fencing. Between 2004-2012 he was a member of the Executive Board of the Hungarian Fencing Federation and filled the post of Vice Chairman responsible for Financial Operations. In 2005 he was among the founders of BOM (Budapest Olympics Movement) Association, which embraced the cause of the Budapest Olympics, and was later elected as Vice Chairman by the General Assembly.

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Kinga Bóta

Kayaking silver medalist at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. For 9 years she was in the Hungarian National Kayak Canoe Team, and during this time she won 11 world champion titles and 7 European champion titles for Hungary, and became adult national champion 15 times. Ended her 18 years’ elite sports career in 2006, and in the same year graduated as coach from the Physical Education and Sport Sciences faculty of Semmelweis University. 

In the following 6 years she worked at the Mediator Group Advertising Agency and in the meantime she graduated with a diploma in Communications from King Zsigmond College. She returned to the world of sports in 2012, when she became a swimming trainer and coach. Her ambition is to pass on the love of swimming, and more generally the love of sport, to small children. At present she is a member of ‘Willpower’ (Akarat) DSE, where she teaches therapeutic swimming primarily to children with pulmonary disorder and posture problems. In 2005 she was one of the founders of BOM Association, and in 2013 she was appointed as its General Secretary by the founding members.

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