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Ferenc Olti


Technical University Veszprém, Hungary diploma of Chemical Engineering (1972);

Postgraduate School of Banking, diploma of Banking (1991);

Doctor of Technical Sciences (1975);

PhD (Candidate of Sciences, Academic level) (1982);

IMD Lausanne, Top Management Course (1998).



2 Books, 35 papers.


Work experience:

Professor of the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (1973-1982);

Deputy Director General of the Hungarian National Blood Banking Service (1982-1990);

IT manager of the NN Insurance Company (1990-1991);

Deputy CEO of the Inter-Európa Bank, responsible for computerization (1991-1994);

CEO of IDOM RT, an IT consulting firm of 230 employees, 3.7Billion HUF turnover, market leader in many consulting fields mainly in banking,  member of Deloitte Touche Central Europe (1994- 1996);

Partner of Deloitte Touche Central Europe (1996-2000);

Executive Director of Inter-Europa Bank, responsible for IT (2000-2007);

Vice Rector of the Veszprém University (2003-2008);

Deputy CEO of Budapest Transportation Company (2007-2008);

Professor of Pannon University Veszprem (1992-2010);

Local representative of SOFGEN, a Swiss Banking Software Company (2011- present).


Parallel engagements:

Advisor of Leumi Private Bank, Switzerland (2010- present).


Jewish activities:

Vice-President of the Hungarian Association of Jewish Communities (1999-2003);

Board member of ECJC European Council of Jewish Communities (1998-2007);

Member of the Governing Board of EMIH, Unified Hungarian Jewish Congregation;

Board member of the Hungarian Jewish Cultural Association;

Board member of the Hungarian Jewish Social Aid Fund;

Board Member of the Israeli Cultural Institute in Hungary;

President of the Scheiber Sandor Cultural Fund. 



Founder and operational manager of the donation web site;

Founding member of the Society of Medical Informatics;

Founder  of the AS/400  user group;

Founding member of the IT group of the AmCham.



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