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Apex Group appointed by Genesys to support operations in Hungary

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Apex Group (Apex), a global financial services provider, has been appointed by Genesys, a global leader in cloud customer experience and contact centre solutions, to provide corporate solutions in Hungary, in support of the company’s operations in that country.

Apex will provide corporate and business services in Hungary including registered office, accounting, compliance and regulatory support as well as HR and payroll solutions which will enable Genesys to continue to focus on the business’ growth. Delivered and underpinned by experienced industry professionals, located in over 46 offices worldwide, Apex’s corporate services are at the forefront of industry best practice and will support Genesys in continuing to adhere to the highest international standards of corporate governance.
 
Apex offers a comprehensive range of corporate services covering all stages of a business’ life cycle for clients including corporates and multinationals as well as financial services firms who benefit from reduced exposure to risk, enhanced controls, advice and expertise, and improved service quality.  These business services include:

  • High-quality guidance on all company secretarial matters and up-to-date insight into legislative changes and best practice governance;
  • Accounting and tax services ranging from straightforward data entry to financial statement preparation and tax compliance; and
  • Payroll solutions and day to day support for HR functions to ensure full compliance.

Eamonn O’Dea, Head of Corporate Solutions, Southern and Central Europe, at Apex Group, says: “In an increasingly complex international operating landscape, Apex’s wide range of solutions allow our clients to concentrate on their core business in the knowledge that back office functions are in safe, and experienced hands. We are excited to be working with the Genesys team to implement these tailored solutions in Hungary and enable both their day-to-day operations, as well as strategic growth objectives. Our experienced local team in Budapest will help Genesys to streamline their current business processes, manage risk and achieve efficiencies as the business goes from strength to strength.”
 
Roger Stanton, vice president, Finance at Genesys, adds: ”We are delighted to be partnering with Apex and have already been impressed by their responsiveness, flexibility and exceptional ‘on the ground’ local presence and knowledge. In addition to providing a high quality service, Apex have shown their ability to operate as an extension of our own teams, delivering seamless solutions to our business – within tight timeframes. We look forward to continuing to work together.”

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