He graduated from Juhász Gyula Teacher Training College, then he obtained his post-gradual degree from József Attila University as a Software Developer Mathematician. After a short teaching carrier, he developed software for bank client programmes. Since 2007 he has been working at GIRO Zrt., he took part in the implementation of the InterGIRO1 night settlement platform and the InterGIRO2 multiple-daytime-settlement system. He worked mainly on testing and training of these systems, and on developing business processes. He also participates in the training of bank operators and managers. He has been giving presentations on clearing and settlement systems since 2013. He has been the Head of Department for Testing and Standardisation at GIRO Zrt. since 2013, and in addition, he has been managing the testing group in the bank working group of the immediate transfer system project.