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He graduated from the Faculty of Economics at Marx Károly University of Economics (currently Corvinus University) in 1983. He also received a PhD in 1988. In 1990-91 he attended postgraduate training at Amsterdam University. Between 1983 and 1985, he worked at the Institute of Industrial Economics and between 1985 and 1990 as a researcher at the Institute of Economic Planning. After that until 1994, he worked as a Chief of Cabinet of the Ministry of Finance and then the State Secretary for Public Administration. Between 1994 and 1996, he served as Chief Executive Officer of the Garancia Insurance Company, and in 1997-98 he was the Director of the State Audit Office. Between September 1998 and November 2010served as the President of the Hungarian Competition Authority, in 2011-2012 he was Director of MÁV Compliance and Ethics. He is currently working in his own consulting firm.


Krisztina Arató is a political scientist, a university professor, deputy director of the Institute of Political Science of ELTE AJK, currently president of the Hungarian Political Science Association. She studied at the the Eötvös Loránd University (History and Russian), the Victoria University of Machester (European Politics) and the Corvinus University of Budapest (International Relations Ph.D.). Her field of research is the European Union (history of European integration, analysis of the discourses and the myths of the European Union) and European and Hungarian civil society.



He graduated from the College of Finance and Accounting in 1992. He started his professional career at Shell Hungary as an analyst in economics and worked for various leader positions in financing until 1996. In 1997-1998 she was Chief Financial Officer of Shell’s Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian Interests and Managing Director of the Serbian Company. In 1999-2000 he was the chief financial officer of Hírker, Lapker regional distribution company in Budapest. From November 2000 he worked as, Sanoma’s Chief Financial Officer, in 2006-2007, Regional Manager of Sanoma and Gruner & Jahr Adria Joint Ventures, from November 2007 to December 2010, Managing Director of Sanoma Praha. From 2011 he has been working as the commercial director of the publisher for Sanoma in Hungary. Strategic supervision of magazine, online and television sales included, as well as the supervision of PR and central marketing functions since March 2012. From September 2015 to June 2017 he served as Managing Director of CM Sales.


She is an Associate Professor, Head of Department at the Department of Info communications at Corvinus University of Budapest. She graduated from the Budapest University of Economics and Public Administration in 1998 and gained her PhD from the Corvinus University of Budapest in 2006 with a summa cum laude qualification. Her main field of research is the change of business models, the transformation of media consumption habits, the development of the Hungarian media market and the market questions of media policy. She is a part of the research Institute for Media Policy Think Tank Research of the Measured Media Analysis. Ágnes Urbán has authored about 50 domestic and international publications on media and information communication topics, including books, book articles, periodicals and conference presentations in both Hungarian and English.

Register of Interests for the Board Members

Register of Interests

Decisions of the Board


Previous decisions of the board

MINUTES – 2023.05.15.

JEGYZŐKÖNYV – 2022.12.16.

MINUTES – 2022.09.23.

MINUTES – 2022.05.26.

MINUTES – 2022.04.11.

MINUTES – 2021.12.06.

MINUTES – 2021.10.04.

MINUTES – 2021.02.24.

MINUTES – 2020.11.09.

MINUTES – 2020.06.26.

MINUTES – 2019.12.19.

MINUTES – 2019. 09.17.

MINUTES – 2019. 05.07.

MINUTES – 2018.05.25.

MINUTES – 2018. 04.17.

MINUTES – 2018. 03.22.

MINUTES – 2018. 02.15.

MINUTES – 2017.12.13.

MINUTES – 2017. 11.27.

MINUTES – 2017.09.13.

MINUTES – 2017.05.25.

MINUTES – 2016.10.19.

MINUTES – 2016.09.06.

MINUTES – 2016.05.30.

MINUTES – 2016.01.05.

MINUTES – 2015.09.17.

MINUTES – 2015.05.26.




Dr. Bod is professor at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He completed his diploma in economics in 1975, went into policy research until 1990, meanwhile he also served as a guest lecturer in Hungarian, American and Western European universities, worked as UNDP advisor in Ghana. After the democratic regime change, he became a member of parliament and later Minister of Industry and Trade. He served as president of the Hungarian National Bank between 1991 and 1994, then joined the Board of Directors at EBRD, London, between 1995 and 1997. After that he returned to academia. He is active in editorial boards of professional journals, a non-executive board director of Akadémia Publishing, and a vice president of the Hungarian Economic Association.


David Jancsics is an assistant professor of public administration in the School of Public Affairs at San Diego State University. Prior to joining the SDSU faculty, he taught at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Rutgers University in the School of Public Affairs and Administration. His general fields of interest are public management, organizational theory and economic sociology. The more specific areas of his research involve corruption, informal practices and white-collar crime. His current research agenda focuses on corruption in border law enforcement agencies. His work has been published in various academic outlets, such as Public Administration Review, International Public Management Journal, Administration & Society, Public Integrity, and Crime, Law and Social Change. In 2014 one of his co-authored papers, “The Role of Power in Organizational Corruption,” was selected as the winner of the Best Article Award of the Public and Nonprofit Division of the Academy of Management. He has been invited by various international organizations such as the United Nations, Transparency International and the Chr. Michelsen Institute to participate as a consultant in policy-related applied research projects.


Julia Kiraly is an economist and habilitated professor of International Business School, Budapest. She joined the International Training Center for Bankers in 1988, in the year of its establishment, and served as its CEO between 1999 and 2007. She was the director of Postabank at the time of its successful privatization, in 2003. Between 2007 and 2013 she served as Deputy Governor responsible for financial stability at the Central Bank of Hungary. Since November 2013, she has been a board member of KBC Group Belgium. She is an honorary professor of ELTE and Corvinus University of Budapest. She is an external researcher at MTA KRTK, the Institute of World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Her main areas of research are financial risk management, financial markets, financial stability and monetary policies.