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GCSE Level Serbian Language Course in London – APPLY TODAY!
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Piano Recital – Patrick Hemmerle – Saturday 7th December 2019
- Balkans Music Festival – Emir Kusturica & Goran Bregovic – Tuesday 5th November 2019
Balkans Music Festival – Emir Kusturica & Goran Bregovic – Tuesday 5th November 2019
- Piano Recital – Ljubica Stojanovic – Saturday 5th October 2019
Piano Recital – Ljubica Stojanovic – Saturday 5th October 2019
SCC Around You
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Serbian nationality, Chevening alumni, in 2007 obtained LLM with Distinction in banking and finance at the University of London where he received several academic excellence awards including the Dean’s Award and the Ross Cranston Prize for the best banking law student. Holds a BSc degree in Law from the University of Belgrade. Prior to academic experience in London, Vladimir worked as the assistant to the Governor of the National bank of Serbia, during which time he managed several business development projects. Since December 2007 Vladimir took on the lead role in developing the financial stability function at the Serbian central bank. He authored the 2007 and 2008 editions of the Serbian Financial Stability Reports and was involved in planning crisis management strategies and drafting relevant financial stability regulation. Member of Serbian City Club since 2007.
Born in Belgrade, grew up in London, holds both Serbian and British citizenships. Obtained a BA in Politics and East European Studies at University College London (UCL) and returned to Serbia to work in the Governor’s Office at the National Bank of Serbia as the Governor’s assistant from 2007-2009. Completed MSc in International Public Policy at University College London (UCL) in 2010, after which she returned once again to the National Bank to work on an Investor Relations Project. In 2011 worked as an analyst at Toscafund hedge fund in London. Currently working as a business strategy analyst at Philip Morris in Serbia since January 2012, facilitated by Serbian City Club. Member of Serbian City Club since 2009.
Born in Belgrade, obtained MA in Sustainable Environmental Management, Middlesex University, London and previously BA Law with Russian language at Sussex University, Brighton. Worked as Project Officer for the European Council on Refugees and Exiles and as a volunteer in numerous environmental organisations. Returned to Serbia in 2011 and currently working as a Regional Communication Manager at International Union for Conservation of Nature. Member of Serbian City Club since 2011.
Born in Belgrade, Serbia. Obtained MSc degree in 2009 in International Securities, Investment and Banking at the Henley Business School (ICMA Centre), University of Reading in the United Kingdom. Holds professional qualifications in the form of ICMA International Fixed Income and Derivatives (IFID) Certificate and Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Diploma (a leading globally-recognised postgraduate finance qualification which covers the areas of securities, investment, compliance, derivatives, corporate finance and operations). Upon return to his home country, spent over three years (from September 2009 – October 2012) working as a close aide to the Governor of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS), as a Governor’s Assistant for Economic Affairs. Member of the Working Group on the establishment of the Development Bank of Serbia (from March 2011 to August 2012). From September 2013, employed as an Associate Expert at Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES). Member of Serbian City Club since 2008.