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Edit Osikovicz named Young Tax Professional of the Year 2012
Edit Ágnes Osikovicz, Hungary, who has completed a Master’s degree in law at Eötvös Loránd University, has been named Ernst & Young’s Young Tax Professional of the Year 2012 at an awards ceremony held in Boston. Edit was picked from among 20 country finalists, each of whom had already been named the Young Tax Professional of the Year in their home country.
Second and third prizes respectively were awarded to:
- Olga Tene, Romania, (Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Management information systems, currently doing a Master in Accounting Expertise and Business Evaluation at West University of Timisoara, Faculty of Economic and Business Administration)
- Bianca Fourie, South Africa, (Bachelor’s degree in Business Science at University of Cape Town, with Honours in Finance and Accounting)
Stephan Kuhn, EMEIA Tax Leader at Ernst & Young comments: "The Young Tax Professional of the Year Program is about finding the tax leaders of tomorrow. Created to recognise and develop outstanding young talent, this competition gives participants the chance to share experiences with people from a range of backgrounds and cultures.
But most importantly, it is an opportunity to make long-lasting connections with some of the sharpest minds in the Tax world as well as leading figures from global organizations, learning from them along the way and understanding what the challenges are for the profession. It's a unique opportunity for today's brightest talents to get their career off to a remarkable start."