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Laszlo Kremmer

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Laszlo Kremmer, MBA, CLC, PMP

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Since 1999, Laszlo Kremmer has guided business development, systems integration and software development projects, coordinated training programs, started his own company and helped enterprises reach their strategic objectives through projects.

After working as an operations and PMO manager for Polygon Informatics Ltd., the largest IBM Premier Business Partner in Hungary for 13 years, Mr. Kremmer joined Citibank Europe plc in 2012 as project manager. Soon after joining Citibank, he became responsible for several regional initiatives and later became senior program manager. In 2015, he moved to a global human resources (HR) role and established the Global HR Organization project management office (PMO). He was the Citi Solution Center Budapest business manager, and in 2018 moved to the Finance Risk Infrastructure (FRI) team and later the EMEA Data Governance Office.

He has delivered various training courses to several thousand people, and is a visiting lecturer at the Budapest Business School, Corvinus University of Budapest and Dennis Gabor College. He has also delivered keynote speeches for PMI regional and country-specific conferences.

He served as vice president of operations for the PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter (2012–2015) and as PMI region mentor (2015–2018). He has been the president of the PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter since 2018. His chapter received the PMI Chapter of the Year Award in 2019 and won the PMI Region 8 Meeting Host Chapter title. Under his leadership, the PMI Budapest, Hungarian Chapter grew from 160 members to 430 members within three years.

Mr. Kremmer holds an MBA in strategy and leadership (Saint Stephen University, Hungary) and a bachelor’s degree in technical management (Dennis Gabor College). He is a Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification holder and a Certified Leadership Coach. He also completed the yearlong Citi Leadership Development Program and the Leading at Citi 1 and 2 education programs.

He is married, the father of two girls, and is active in mountain bike (MTB) cycling.