The core values that govern all our activities are: professional performance recognized by our clients, deep strategic thinking, and a European approach. And why these three?
Professional performance, because we respond accurately and quickly to the requests of our clients and provide realistic solutions to their problems.
Strategic thinking, because we do not approach matters entrusted to us in isolation but look for meaningful, long-term solutions in the context of the client’s life circumstances and the specific legislative environment.
A European approach, because in our work we draw on the values that have made Europe a vibrant and secure continent: humanism, the rule of law, equality before the law and conflict resolution within a solid legal framework.
Through our network of international relations, we contribute to and benefit from the flow of professional information, and are therefore able to keep abreast of changes in the regulations governing international transactions and the related legal practice.
We are members of the International Association of Lawyers (Union Internationale des Avocats, UIA, www.uianet.org), the oldest association of lawyers in the world, founded in 1927, which boasts over two million individual and corporate members from more than 120 countries around the world. As a non-governmental organization, the UIA has special consultative status with the UN and with the Council of Europe.
Dr. Péter Kun is a member of the London-based STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, www.step.org), which brings together estate management and succession planning professionals from some 95 countries.
Dr. Kun’s membership of the Paris Bar Association assures our presence in the Paris.
Dr. Péter KUN, LL.M., TEP is the managing partner of KUN & PARTNER. He has more than 20 years of professional experience, covering a diverse range of industries, and has an extensive network of international contacts. He is a registered member of both the Budapest and the Paris Bar Associations.
He studied in Budapest, Leuven and Lyon. He graduated in law from the Faculty of Law at ELTE University, Budapest, continued his studies in European law at the Catholic University of Leuven, and then obtained a master’s (DESS/LL.M.) in Banking and Finance Law from Jean Moulin University Lyon 3, and in the meantime obtained a certificate in bank consultancy from the Budapest-based International Training Centre for Bankers.
He has worked for law firms in Hungary, Belgium and France. His specialist areas are international succession law, real estate law, litigation and arbitration, as well as business law. His working languages are Hungarian, English and French.
He is a consultant registered by the London-based STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), and is vice-president of STEP Hungary.
Besides being member of the Executive Committee and the Governing Board of the International Association of Lawyers (Union Internationale des Avocats, UIA), he is Deputy Director of National and Regional Activities of the UIA.
He is a member of the International Estate Planning Commission of the UIA.
Peter Kun is an arbitrator listed on the Roll of Arbitrators of the Permanent Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
He is a member of the International Relations Committee of the Budapest Bar Association.
Dr. Éva Kertész, LL.M. graduated from the Faculty of Law at ELTE University , Budapest in 2006, and joined the Budapest Bar Association in 2010. She has a qualification (LL.M) in labour law, and her specialist areas are labour law, real estate law, litigation and arbitration and business law. Her working languages are Hungarian and English.