He graduated as an economist from Budapest University of Economic Sciences specialising in Finance, and he obtained a legal degree at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. In 2008 he joined the MNB as an analyst, he analysed the liquidity of payment systems. Since 2011 he has been the expert of the Statistical Department of the European Central Bank, since 2013 he has worked as the Head of the Directorate for Supervision and Surveillance of Financial Infrastructures. Recently, the Directorate has taken an active role in the elaboration of detailed regulations related to PSD2, the expansion of the scope of central bank financial supervision and renovation of audit methods, the creation and the integration of surveillance and supervision related to critical financial infrastructures of the Bank, and the establishment of methods of supervision based on related central bank risks. He has participated in the work of numerous international committees and working groups, and he is the member of the working group of the European Central Bank dealing with oversight, of the European Securities and Markets Authority dealing with securities infrastructure supervision and of the European Bank Surveillance Authority dealing with cash flow. He is the author and co-author of many cash flow publications.