RICS presents new Board Members for Hungary
The Board of RICS in Hungary is now complete with the appointment as Chairman of Noah M. Steinberg Fellow Member of RICS and chairman and chief executive officer of WING, one of the largest privately held Hungarian real estate companies of which he is a shareholder.
With this appointment, RICS finalises its selection process and completes the Board that will represent the profession of “chartered surveyors” in Hungary. A board composed of highly qualified professionals recognised in the market by their integrity, ethical behaviour and experience in a variety of disciplines across the property sector.
Anna Orcsik, RICS Regional Manager, Central & Eastern Europe commented: “It is a great pleasure for me to welcome Noah as the new Chairman of RICS in Hungary. His international background and professional standing makes him the perfect ambassador to gain local recognition for RICS global standards and best practices in the market and also to explain to the different stakeholders the increased value that the organisation brings to their members by offering, among other things, a worldwide recognised qualification and huge learning and networking opportunities.”
Noah M. Steinberg FRICS commented: “It will be an honour to serve as the Chairman of RICS in Hungary. The Hungarian property markets can look forward to a period of growth in the near future. The real estate professionals representing the industry must adhere to the highest personal and professional standards, ensuring that international best practices are the norm in Hungary. RICS provides a framework for ensuring that this is the case. It provides recognition of professional expertise and further professional development opportunities for those with established careers as well as those making their way up the ladder. I hope to be able to contribute to the activities of RICS in Hungary, and to consolidating the role of RICS as the leading property organization while also expanding its membership and scope of activities.”