Energoprojekt System

organization structure

Energoprojekt Holding

organization structure

Supervisory Board of Energoprojekt Holding

Prof. Miodrag Zečević PhD, President

Prof. Miodrag Zečević, Graduate Electrical Engineer, was born in 1959. Zečević was employed at Energoprojekt from 1987 to 2010 in capacities of Executive Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. Belgrade. In the period from 1987 – 2003 Zečević worked for Energoprojekt Oprema a.d. first as an Engineer Assistant, then he was promoted to Chief Engineer for Electrical and Mechanical Installations at Sheraton Hotel in Kampala, Uganda, and Head of Project for supervision and installation of elevators and electrical installations at Hyatt Hotel. He was also engaged in other projects as Site Manager and Chief Engineer. From 1992 – 1995 Zečević was in charge of operations in Russia as the Manager of Ino Punkt Energoprojekt Oprema and the Technical Manager for electrical and mechanical installations in the hotel Sokoljniki in Moscow. Zečević was Director of Limes, the company in charge of construction and exploitation of Beogradska Arena (2000 – 2002). As Assistant to Director of Energoprojekt Oprema a.d. Zečević organized and coordinated marketing activities of the company during several mandates. In the period from 2003 – 2010 he held a position of Assistant to General Director of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. Zečević sat in the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. in the period from 2009 – 2011. He is a member of the Union of Engineers and Technicians of Serbia and a member of Assembly of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Belgrade. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Oprema a.d. Belgrade and Member of the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Visokogradnja a.d. Belgrade and Energoprojekt Niskogradnja a.d. Belgrade.

Dragan Ugrčić, Member

Dragan Ugrčić is Assistant Minister of Economy. Dragan Ugrčić was born in 1981 in Knin, the Republic of Croatia. He graduated at the Faculty of Economy of the University of Belgrade, where he also earned his master’s degree. He acquired his first professional experience in the private sector. Starting from 2008 he was employed at the Privatisation Agency, working on privatisation and bankruptcy issues and rising from a project manager to the general manager. He was the acting General Manager of the Privatisation Agency until February 2016, when he became the Head of the Department for Cooperation with the Government of the Republic of Serbia in the Bankruptcy Supervision Agency. At the end of 2016, he became the Acting Assistant Minister of Economy, Republic of Serbia and in May 2018 he was appointed the Assistant Minister of Economy with 5-year mandate, in charge of privatisation, bankruptcy and industrial development. He has acquired a substantial experience in the field of privatisation and bankruptcy, managing of investment activities and negotiations with potential strategic investors and international financial institutions. He speaks English language. He is married, has two children and lives in Belgrade.

Aleksandar Šćekić, Member

Aleksandar Šćekić, law graduate, was born in 1958 in Zemun. He graduated at the Faculty of Law of the University in Belgrade in 1984. From 1986 to 2006, he worked at the Directorate of the Criminal police within the Ministry of Interior Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. From 2006. he is Director of the Legal, Personnel and General Affairs Sector in the Construction Company Napred a.d. Beograd.

Nada Bojović, Indipendent Member

Nada Bojović,graduate engineer of organizational studies, was born in 1958. Bojović has many years of experience in design and management in the field of Information technology and business and financial sectors. She commenced her career in 1981 at IPM Zmaj in Zemun, and shortly afterwards changed the employer and started working for the company Beogradelektro a.d. Belgrade. As of 1997 she held a position of a special adviser to IT Division, working on the establishment of new processes on the first real time project at the National Bank of Yugoslavia (foreign exchange payment transactions carried out through NBY). As of 2002 Bojović, as a part of the five-member team, worked on reorganization of the National Bank of Yugoslavia into the National Bank of Serbia. From 2004 to 2009, Bojović held a position of the Head of Clearing and Balancing Division in the Central Register of Securities – Centralni registar hartija od vrednosti a.d. Beograd. She designed and implemented the securities clearing and balancing process whereby a new way of trading with securities was established on the financial market. Since 2009, as a representative of the construction company Napred a.d. Belgrade, Bojović was appointed a member of the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. and of the Financial Supervisory Committee of Agrobačka a.d. Bačka Topola for two consecutive mandates. During that same same period, she worked as a consultant on the project entitled “Development of Information System of the Central Depository Agency” (Centralna Depozitarna Agencija) in Podgorica, Montenegro. From 2017 to 2021, she was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Energodata a.d. Belgrade, Chairman of Audit Commission, and Member of Supervisory Board of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. Belgrade.

Executive Board of Energoprojekt Holding

Dobroslav Bojović, Chief Executive Officer

Dobroslav Bojović, Graduate Economist was born in 1958. Bojović is Director of Construction Company Napred a.d. Belgrade, Joint Stock Company Napred Razvoj Belgrade, Chairman of Financial Supervisory Committee of Agrobačka a.d. Bačka Topola and Chief Executive Officer of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. and Member of the Board of Directors of Energoprojekt Entel a.d. Belgrade. Bojović is a member of the Executive Board and one of the founders of Serbian Business Club „Privrednik“. He has received numerous awards and acknowledgments just to mention a few: Business Leader in 2005, awarded by the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Charter “Kapetan Miša Anastasijević“ in 2007 awarded by Medija Invest Novi Sad, Plaque “Manager of the Year in Civil Engineering“ in 2008 awarded by Klub privrednih novinara. With his long-term work experience in banking and proper perception of economic movements he managed to maintain, develop and modernize operations of the Business Group Napred and Energoprojekt Holding a.d. Belgrade.

Siniša Tekić, Chief Financial Officer

Sinisa Tekic was born in 1960. He graduated from the Faculty of Economy, the University of Podgorica in 1982. He acquired AMP from IEDC in 2017. He has been employed with Energoprojekt since 1984. engaged in various major projects, both in the country and abroad, as follows: 1984 – 1986, as the financial controller for transmission line construction in Nigeria, highway construction in Malaysia, land reclamation and water system Chira Piura in Peru, Kiambera Dam in Kenya. In the period between 1987 and 1989 he worked as the Financial Director in Libya, on the project of construction of the Naval Academy in Tripoli. In the period between 1989 and 1993 he worked as the Financial and Commercial Director and Deputy Director in Sri Lanka on the project of construction of 540 km of transmission lines. From 1995 to 2002 he worked as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Energoprojekt Oprema a.d. in Belgrade. During the period 2002 – 2005 he took over the position of the Managing Director of Energoprojekt overseas company ECCOS Co. Pvt in Sri Lanka. Upon returning to the country, he worked in Energoprojekt Holding a.d. first as the Head of Internal Audit in the period from 2008 to 2009, and then as the Executive Director for Corporate Affairs of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. from 2009 to 2010. In the period 2015 – 2017, he was appointed and worked as the Financial Director of Energoprojekt Visokogradnja a.d. In 2018 he was appointed as a Counselor to the CEO of Energoprojekt Holding a.d. and remained at this position until 2019. On 01.07.2019 he was appointed to the position of Chief Financial Officer of Energoprojekt Holding a.d.

On several occasion, Sinisa Tekic has been a BoD member of various joint-stock companies with the Energoprojekt Group, as follows: 2009 – 2011, a BoD member of EP Entel and EP Hidroinzenjering. On several occasions, in the period 1995-1999 and 2009-2011 he was a BoD member of EP Oprema a.d.. Since January 2019, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of EP Oprema a.d., as a non-executive director.

 

Momčilo Jevtić, Chief Legal Officer

Momčilo Jevtić was born in 1983. in Belgrade. He graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade in 2007. Mr Jevtić started his professional career in Energoprojekt Holding a.d. in 2007. as an intern and soon as a legal advisor. He passed his bar exam in 2012. In the period from 2017.-2019. Mr Jevtić held a position of Head of Contract Department and from 2019.-2021. Head of Legal Department. He has been engaged in various major domestic and international projects, particularly those financed by the World Bank Group members, EBRD, EIB and governed by the FIDIC Conditions of Contract. He speaks English language.

Ilijana Stamenković, Chief Operation Officer

Ilijana Stamenković was born in 1971. She graduated at the Faculty of Economy, University of Belgrade in 1994. In the period between 2002.–2014. she worked as a Chief Operating Officer in the Privatization Agency – Ministry of Economy of RS.  During this period she was in charge of privatizing over 3.000 companies and implementation of restructuring process in over 1.000 state owned companies for sale. She was engaged in the preparation of Law, bylaws and other social and economic processes to support implementation of privatization in RS. She worked as a General Director of HAVAS Adriatic, president of Board of Directors of Oli Refinery a.d. Belgrade and president of Board of Directors of Vojvodinaput-Bačkaput d.o.o. Novi Sad. From 2017. she is employed by Energoprojekt Holding a.d, where in the period between 2017.-2021. she worked as Head of Inner Supervision Department. She speaks English, Russian and Polish languages.