Peter is a graduate of the University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration in Budapest and now a professor of the same university while at the same time a CFA Charterholder and the president of the local CFA Association in Hungary.
He gained his CFA Qualification in 2003 and then in 2005 he obtained PhD in Business Administration on the Corvinus University in Budapest. Before joining the EY Academy of Business he spent four years as a columnist and financial analyst at World Economy, a leading Hungarian business daily.
Peter has developed many training programmes for EY clients in many countries and enjoys a very high reputation as a specialist in the field of valuations and as a professional trainer.
Peter conducts training courses on all areas of the CFA qualification. He also specializes on the financial strategy papers of ACCA.