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    Заинтересованные в сотрудничестве с выпускником Лондонской 
    Экономической Школы Зольтом Ленгиелем,специалистом в области
    финансирования и кредитования малых и средних предприятий и
    имеющим опыт работы по организации и планированию новых фирм
    в условиях переходной постсоциалистической экономики,могут
    связаться с ним по адресу:     
    London School of Economics, Dept. Geog.,Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE, UK
    Tel: (44)-171-955-7496 or (44)-956-285-792   Fax; (44)-171-955-7412

     As my research scholar status at the London School of Economics is
     getting closer to its end (97 January) I am broadening my horizons
     and telling potentially interested parties about my interests and

     I have attached my cv (in ASCII  DOS text. format) but firstly, please
     allow me to summarize my capabilities and interests:

     My main field of interest is the financing of small and medium sized
     enterprises, in particular the role and use of external financing
     (formal and informal venture capital and credit-type) in start-ups and
     growth oriented companies.I have gained substantial experience in
     advising companies on the planning and setting up of new ventures in
     Hungary where I also worked as a company cost analyst and turn-around

     My blend of academic and practical experience and research will enable
     me to make a substantial contribution to SME development either in
     practical projects or education .
     My priority is working in a transitional economy in practical fields
     (microfinance), however I would happily go anywhere in the World and
     do what is needed locally.

     Feel free to forward this letter to anyone who might be interested in
     working with me.

     Best regards ,

     Zsolt Lengyel     Z.Lengyel@lse.ac.uk

                                Curriculum vitae              Mr Zsolt Lengyel

Date and place of birth: 26th December, 1968, Budapest, Hungary
Nationality: Hungarian
Family status: Single
Address: London School of Economics, Dept. Geog.,Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE, UK
Tel: (44)-171-955-7496 or (44)-956-285-792   Fax; (44)-171-955-7412

1994      M.A. Economics           (Entrepreneurial studies, Operation management)
Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Faculty of Business Administration


September 1995 - Present
Research Scholar, London School of Economics and Political Science

Developed and carried out research project concentrating on UK SMEs who have received
finance from `business angels`.The conclusion of this survey will directly contribute to one of
the biggest UK business introduction services offering a better service to both companies and

Designed research agenda and documentation on the practical aspects (e.g. investment decision
making criteria, factors affecting deal structuring) of venture capital firms in Central and Eastern
European countries.

Participated in supervision of PhD students pursuing studies in SME related fields.

Served as part-time assistant to the director at a regional small business venture capital fund
,providing marketing analyses of potential investees for the Fund Director.

Represented the Hungarian partners in Anglo-Magyar Business Consortium and participated in
several project designs in international small business cooperation

1994 August  - 1995 August
Research Fellow, Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Small and Medium-sized
Enterprise Research Group

Managed a small-region economy development project in rural Hungary which included village
resource assessment ,feasibility study creation and implementation and handled all personnel and
operational management and training issues related to 30 graduate student interns.

Carried out  research on regional entrepreneur support systems, institutions and methods, in
particular institutional support approaches towards SMEs in Central and Eastern Europe.

Designed and managed a US-Hungarian Inter-university market research project for small and
medium enterprises who intend to work internationally.

Provided cost analysis and turn-around advice for the Hungarian Bank for Investment and

1993 December - 1994 July
General Manager, Greenwich School of English, Budapest

Managed the setting upof  a franchisee of a London based English language school in Hungary
and handled all organizational aspects of the first term.

1992 January - 1993 December
Self-employed social service provider

Instigated a `meals-on- wheels` service providing social services with elderly and disabled people
in the XII. Districts of Budapest in cooperation with the local government health and  social

1989 January - 1990 July
Sponsor-organiser, European Council for High Ability, Hungarian Section

Organized fund raising to help talented Hungarian children to attend special summer schools in
the UK. Supervised the children as a Helper while at summer school.


Computer literacy (word processing, spreadsheets, windows-based statistic and database
applications, Internet `surfing`)

Driving licence

Completed military service


Hungarian (mother tongue)
English (fluent spoken and written)
Russian (elementary)