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Board of Directors

PRESIDENTBranimir Muidza

General Manager of the HeidelbergCement Group in BiH and Croatia

Branimir Muidža is the General Manager of the HeidelbergCement Group in BiH and Croatia, the General Manager of the Cement Factory Kakanj, the Director of Dunav Drava Cement Zagreb and TBG Beton Zagreb, and the Procurator of TBG BH in BiH. Muidža is also an authorized intermediary for securities trading in Croatia. He has successfully completed various management programs in the world’s most recognized schools; Harvard – Boston, Business School St. Gallen – London, Management Center Europe – Brussels and Barcelona; as well as the Senior Management Development Program organized by INSEAD – Paris, DUKE Corporate Education – Frankfurt. He has been the President of the FIC since 2011.


Head of EBRD’s office in BiH

Manuela is Head of Office for BiH at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) since August 2019. She has over fifteen years’ experience in development banking with a focus on the infrastructure and energy sectors. Previously, Manuela was based in London, holding positions as Associate Director Policy & Partnerships, Advisor to the VP and Principal Banker in the Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure Business Group. In these roles she worked on project finance and public sector loans in Egypt, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Mongolia. A German national, she holds a Master in International Economics and an MBA from London Business School.

VICE PRESIDENTBojana Skrobic-Omerovic

Founder of Networks INT Sarajevo

By profession she is a lawyer graduated from Law School in Sarajevo. Currently she is enrolled in graduate studies in the field of international law. Her career began at the BiH Council of Ministers on the project of making development strategies to combat poverty, that made her learn a lot about the economy. After that, she worked at the World Bank as an adviser for youth issues, and eventually she taking over the social programs and projects financing the NGO sector in BiH. In the meantime, she took the step into the private sector as well. For many years she was the executive director of FIC BiH.

TREASURERMubera Brkovic

Tax and Legal Director at PwC Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ms. Brković is a Country Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax and Advisory doo, Sarajevo pwc. She leads the PwC tax and legal practice in BiH. She has more than 15 years of experience, extensive experience in tax due diligence, tax planning, and tax compliance. She joined PwC in 2008 from the Indirect Tax Authority, where she held the position of Tax Inspector for large clients. She has advised many international businesses on the tax and related aspects of acquiring companies and expanding into the region, including leading teams in tax due diligence. She is Team leader of FIC Working Group on Tax.

Amir Salkanovic

President of the Management Board of ProCredit Bank
Mr. Amir Salkanović was born in Zenica, June 24, 1980. He graduated Economics from Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. Currently he is member of the Management board of ProCredit Bank BiH (since June 2016) in charge of the units: finance and accounting, back office operations and general administration. He has been working for the bank for more than 14 years holding various professional positions such as Head of internal audit and Operational risks specialist. In addition to formal education and professional expertise, Amir Salkanović graduated ProCredit internal educational schemes including ProCredit Bankers’ Academy and ProCredit Management Academy.

Benjamin Vukotic

Director of Zeraa Agriculture Investment

Benjamin Vukotić is the CEO of the companies Zeraa Agriculture Investment d.o.o. Sarajevo and Zeraa Agriculture Investment Management d.o.o. Sarajevo since March 2019 and CEO of the company BOSNAPLOD from Brcko District since January 2018. He has more than 18 years of experience on managerial positions mainly in food production, processing and sales. Previously, Vukotić worked for KLAS d.d. Sarajevo in many managerial positions, including the position of executive director of the company. He was the CEO of Vegafruit d.o.o. Gradačac, and the executive director of the company DOMOD d.o.o. Sarajevo.

Dejan Jokic

Chief Financial Officer M:tel

Dejan Jokic was born in 1969. He graduated in 1997 from South Bank University, London BA Business Studies.
He started his career in the company “Interexport” Belgrade in 1998, and from 1999 to 2002 he was the manager of sports marketing in the company “Delta sport”. He came to the position of project manager at the Center for Auction Privatization in 2002, where he organized and conducted public auctions, prepared and implemented the privatization of small and medium enterprises, and communicated and negotiated with state institutions.
In 2004, he initiated and started activities for the establishment of the Center for Bankruptcy Proceedings in the Privatization Agency of the Republic of Serbia, which began operating in 2005, when he was appointed director of the newly established Center, and remained in that position until 2013.
In the period from 2013 to 2014, he was the Director of the Problematic Placements Collection Department at AIK Bank. He is a co-founder of the company for organizational and financial restructuring “Maxima consulting”, in 2014, where he was engaged in the preparation of valuation, and providing services to creditors and debtors in bankruptcy proceedings, financial and organizational restructuring.
In 2015, he was appointed Director of the Sector for Financial and Accounting Affairs in the PE “Official Gazette” of the Republic of Serbia, and he remained in that position until his appointment to the position of Executive Director for Finance of Mtel a.d. Banja Luka.
He was a principal consultant on the USAID Brownfield Investment Project, chairman of the examination board at the Bankruptcy Trustee Licensing Agency, and a member of the Board of Directors at the Export Insurance and Financing Agency. Since 2018, he has been a member of the Supervisory Board of the PE “Official Gazette”, and since July 2021 he has been a member of the Management Board of “Direct Bank” Belgrade.
He speaks English, Italian and Russian.
For the Chief Financial Officer of Mtel a.d. Banja Luka was appointed on September 20, 2021. years.

Naida Custovic

Attorney at Law in cooperation with Wolf Theiss

Ms. Naida Custovic is an Independent Attorney at Law who cooperates with Wolf Theiss since 2009. She has locally unmatched experience in advising clients – financial institutions, governments/public authorities, sponsors, international corporations – in domestic and cross border projects in the region. Naida’s specialization is focused primarily on acquisition and project finance, financial restructurings and bankruptcy in the CEE/SEE region and banking regulatory, but she also has extensive experience in corporate law, domestic and cross-border M&A transactions and employment law. Naida studied at the University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Law and at the Institute for Law and Finance at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She also worked for several years with Wolf Theiss Vienna office in the Banking & Finance department and with Allen & Overy in Frankfurt am Main.

Nikhil Mehta

General Manager of the ArcelorMittal Zenica

Nikhil Mehta is General Manager at ArcelorMittal Zenica. For last 8 years he has been present in variety of roles. As a CFO he also is in charge of IT systems of ArcelorMittal Zenica. Nikhil Mehta is a Chartered Accountant from Mumbai – India. He has total work experience of 18 years in various industries which includes, working as finance & commercial manager for 10 years of which 3 years with indenting/supply & servicing of laboratory instruments and 5 years with Aluminium Industry in Mobasa Kenya, 2 years in Voltas Ltd (Tata Group of Companies) as finance & commercial manager before joining ArcelorMittal.

Ranko Markus

Director of GOPA Representative Office in BiH
Doctor of economic sciences with a special interest in the labor market, development policy and investments, has 15 years of working experience. He works as a Director of GOPA mbH, a representative office in BiH since October 2008 and is the head of the Youth Employment Project (YEP) since October 2013. Before this engagement, he worked at the London School of Economics Enterprise, as Economic Development Advisor, EuroConsultants from Thessaloniki, as a Foreign Direct Investment and UNDP Country Director in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as the head of the Municipal Development Planning Team.

Stevan Dimitrijevic

Partner at Law Office Dimitrijević & Partners
Stevan’s particular areas of expertise include dispute resolution before the courts and international arbitration; M&A and general corporate; bankruptcy and competition. He advises clients in all aspects of legal structuring of their business in the country and in cross border formations. Industries: energy and infrastructure, mining, telecom and media. Stevan is also a council member of the European Forum of IBA. He has just received a jubilee award from the Law Faculty in Banjaluka, Republic of Srpska, for his contribution to legal profession in the country. Stevan is serving as the member of the Board of FIC for more than a decade.

Stjepan Kumric

General Manager of Fabrika cementa Lukavac
Has spent most of his twenty years’ work experience in the cement industry, holding different management positions in the field of sales and marketing. He is currently holding the position of the General Manager of Fabrika cementa Lukavac d.d – a member of the Asamer Baustoffe AG group from Austria – which also includes in its structure two concrete plants in Sarajevo and Banja Luka, as well as a cement sales company in Croatia. Stjepan Kumric is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the limestone mine Vijenac, as well as member of the Supervisory Board of CEMMAC a.s cement factory, Slovakia. In addition to numerous professional education and trainings, his academic education was upgraded by completing the MBA study program at Limak – Austrian Busniess School Linz, Austria.

Valentin Ilievski

Senior Vice President of Messer Group in Southeastern Europe

Valentin Ilievski, CEO of Messer BH Gas, Mechanical Engineering, was born in Northern Macedonia, as a German with Macedonian roots. For many years he lived and worked in Germany, the Netherlands and China. In his productive and successful management career he has gained many years of international experience in leading companies in the machinery industry. He specialized in the strategic reorganization and development of enterprises. Since October 2008 he has been CEO of Messer BH Gas d.o.o and Messer Tehnoplin d.o.o. in BiH. Valentin was awarded for Manager of the Year and Manager of the Decade in BiH.


Mirha Krivdić is currently a Member of the Management Board for Corporate Sales and Network at Raiffeisen Bank d.d. BiH, with more than 25 years of experience.

She graduated from the Faculty of Economics, University of Sarajevo, in 2003.

She started her career at Trgovačka Banka dd Visoko (later part of Sparkasse Bank), where she worked as an Officer in the Foreign Affairs Department (1995-1997); Revsar doo Sarajevo, External Auditor (2002-2005); HVB-Central Profit Bank, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2005-2008) Assistant Client Relations Manager; Corporate Department, Head of Corporate Credit Risk Approval Department; „Uni Credit Bank dd Mostar“, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2008-2010) Head of Credit Risk Approval Department Retail.

In July 2010, she started working at Raiffeisen Bank d.d. BiH, as Head of the Billing Department for Retail Clients (July 2010 – March 2012), Director of Workout for Corporate and SE Clients (March 2012 – November 2016), and from November 2016 – present, Member of the Management Board for Corporate Sales and Networks.

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