The Supervisory Board of the Belgrade Stock Exchange has appointed Ivan Leposavić as its new Chief Executive Officer. Leposavić, a seasoned international finance and investment expert, will succeed Siniša Krneta, according to an announcement on the exchange’s website, berza.rs.
Upon receiving approval from the Securities Commission of the Republic of Serbia, Leposavić is set to assume his role as CEO of the Exchange on September 1, 2023.
A graduate of the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Economics in 2007, Leposavić later completed his Master’s in Business Administration in Strategic Financial Management at the same institution in 2012. He furthered his education at prestigious American universities, attending courses at the Harvard Kennedy School and Columbia Business School, where he specialized in international finance and infrastructure, as well as value investing.
He also holds a CFA Level 1 certificate.
Leposavić began his professional career at EKI Investment Group, one of the leading private investment firms in Southeast Europe, where he was involved in numerous investment and M&A projects across various sectors and asset classes.
He then moved on to the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, where he successfully led teams of professionals on multi-billion dollar projects in over 20 countries across Europe and Central Asia for eleven years.
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