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György Kis, tarant owner

György Kis CEO and Owner

Gyorgy is a successful entrepreneur and has been in the banking and information technology space for more than two decades. He founded his first enterprise in 1989, a company that grew to be a leading software house in the banking and capital markets sector. His career continued on the opposite side of the table, when he was appointed as the CIO of KELER. 18 years after establishing his first company, Gyorgy started another enterprise in the fields of banking consultancy. He is also a pioneer in Hungary to utilise the potential of the huge and qualified IT resources in India combined with European management.

Zsolt Horváth

Zsolt Horváth Sales and Marketing Director

Zsolt has 20+ years of experience in the field of banking, capital markets and investment banking in different fields. Among others he was responsible to set up and operate the over-all risk management structure of the Hungarian Clearing House (KELER). Later he was CEO of the Budapest Stock Exchange. Joined the Tarant Group in 2010 to support the sales activities, business development, and supervise the finance/controlling field.

Szilárd Kotta

Szilárd Kotta CIO

Szilard started his career as a software engineer focusing on the IT service management. During the mobile telecommunications boom, he lead various projects for telecommunication giants like Telenor, T-Mobile, BT and Vodafone. He has worked in many countries including UK, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Canada and Ukraine as a senior consultant. He joined Tarant right from its establishment, coordinating the business setup in India and managing the team since its beginning. His past exposure to multinational projects helps Tarant bridge the cultural gap between Europe and India in a cohesive manner.

Rajesh Mehta Advisor

Rajesh is a serial entrepreneur & Management Leader with experience spanning Technology start-ups, International Business Consulting & Private Equity. He is Founder of Entry India where he helps companies enter the Indian market. He has been involved in bringing Tarant to India He is also helping Tarant in human resource management, business development & fostering strategic alliances.

Klekner Péter

Péter Klekner Governmental Relations

Mr Klekner has more than 25 years of experience in the field of foreign /international affairs. Until recently he was Senior Governmental Adviser to the Minister in Foreign Affairs in the Prime Minister’s Office of Hungary. His task covered the development of the international bilateral and multilateral relations of the Office. He joined the Tarant Group in 2011, where he supports the sales activity and business development.

Salil Walke, FLEXCUBE sales

Salil Walke Head of Presales & Business Development

Salil has more than ten years of work experience within the Banking and Financial Services industry. The areas encompassed from Accountancy to Treasury and Risk Management to Sales of Software Products and Services. Having lived and worked in several countries on all continents, Salil brings with him wide exposure to both emerging and mature markets. He has worked for prestigious organizations like Standard Chartered and Oracle Financial Services Software Ltd. Salil now heads the Business Development and Presales area at Tarant India. His global perspective and versatility are a real asset for Tarant.

Barbara Nagy

Barbara Nagy Project Coordinator

Barbara started her career as an office manager for a Greek-Hungarian multinational company. She had varied exposure to domestic and international tenders’ documentations and pre-sales functions. Gaining a multinational company exposure for a couple of years, she then moved on to Project Management. She has successfully executed quite a number of domestic projects. About 4 years ago she began to utilize her IT experience in the domestic banking arena. Currently, she is providing support for the pre-sales of Tarant Hungary and India. Furthermore she is closely coordinating Tarant’s different projects and Business Development initiatives.

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