About us

The Company

Due to the long-standing and well-founded experience of Mag. Dr. Géza Simonfay as a lawyer and a court interpreter, our company is able to meet the increased demand for high quality certified translations.

 

Our translation office translates and interprets primarily in the areas of law, economics and technology. In order to guarantee the continuous high quality of our translations, we are in close contact with experts from the respective specialized areas as well as with our customers.

 

We produce specialized and certified translations in German, English, Hungarian and French. Our official translations are recognized by all authorities, administrative bodies and courts of all EU Member States.

Mag. Dr. Géza Simonfay

Mag. Dr. Géza Simonfay

Mag. Dr. Géza Simonfay has been a generally sworn and certified court interpreter for ​​German, English, French and Hungarian languages and a member of the ÖVGD (Austrian Association of Certified Court Interpreters) for over 30 years. In 2010, he founded Dr. Simonfay Translation Services GmbH. Simonfay Translations is a family-owned business based in Vienna, which specializes in translations and interpreting.
Alexandra Soós, BA MA MA

Alexandra Soós, BA MA MA

Project Manager, Translator & Interpreter

Alexandra Soós completed her master’s degree in Interpretation (Hungarian – German – English) at the University of Vienna. Furthermore, she studied International Relations (BA) and Communication and Media Studies (MA) in Hungary. She has been supporting our team as project manager, translator and interpreter since 2015. Her working languages are Hungarian, German, English and French.

Lilla Timár-Andrushchenko, MA

Lilla Timár-Andrushchenko, MA

Project Manager & Translator

Lilla Timár-Andrushchenko studied Germanic and Romance Studies in Hungary and completed her master’s degree in Translation (Hungarian – German – French) at the University of Vienna. She joined our team in November 2016 as project manager and translator. Her working languages are Hungarian, German, French and English.