BSCC Team

Richard Robinson

Richard Robinson

Executive Director Belgrade

Richard Robinson is currently Director of the British Serbian Chamber of Commerce based in Belgrade. He was previously General Director of the British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic in Prague and ran for parliament in Westminster in two general elections. A chartered accountant, he prides himself on his creativity and adaptability. Other roles have included a variety of finance and consulting roles in Vienna, Moscow, Kiev and London.
email: richard.robinson@britserbcham.com

Jadranka Dervišević Kitarić

Jadranka Dervišević Kitarić

Executive Director London

Jadranka is the London-based Director responsible for new business development, member liaison and programme implementation in the UK. A graduate of finance and banking at Belgrade University and awarded a masters degree from Cass Business School, Jadranka has over 15 years’ commercial experience in the Balkans and UK. Early in her career, Jadranka specialised in cross border trade and finance. Since 2003 she has assisted public and private sector organisations in real estate and infrastructure projects, and worked alongside multidisciplinary teams including finance, engineering and project management.
email: jadranka.dervisevic@britserbcham.com

Siniša Krajčinović

Siniša Krajčinović

Head of Representative Office, Serbia

Mr Siniša Krajčinović started his career as an athlete who competed at an international level, ultimately becoming one of the most prominent people in Serbian sport. He was the President of the Sports Union of Serbia for eight consecutive years and was also the Acting Secretary for Sport and Youth in the Republic of Serbia.
Mr Krajčinović has over 30 years’ experience as a Director in both public and private sector. He was also CEO of several international companies which are some of largest investors in Serbia. Recently, he was in charge in making key decisions in one of the largest real estate investment companies in Serbia.
email: sinisa.krajcinovic@britserbcham.com

Milijana Vasiljevic

Milijana Vasiljevic

Executive Assistant

Milijana is a Belgrade-based master student of International Economics at the University in Belgrade, with a broad interest in trade relations between Serbia and the UK. She speaks English, French and German. Since the beginning of her professional career, Milijana has had an opportunity to work in Serbian as well as British governmental institutions. She is working as an Executive Assistant for the British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce.
Email: milijana.vasiljevic@britserbcham.com

Stefan Jankovic

Stefan Jankovic

Legal Representative BSCC Serbia

Stefan is an Attorney at Law and Partner in the Terzić & Partners Law office, based in Belgrade. His practice focuses on all aspects of commercial law, contract law, real estate, mergers & acquisitions and also PPP Projects in Serbia and CEE Region. He also has extensive knowledge of labour law and labour procedures in Serbia and also does litigation in front of Serbian courts on behalf of his clients.

Stefan’s clients include real estate developers, hospitality groups, international investors.

Stefan speaks fluently English, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Montenegrin.

In addition to his focus on civil law, Stefan has valuable experience in solving administrative issues and legal obstacles for his clients who are doing business in Serbia.

email: stefan.jankovic@britserbcham.com

 

 

Alex Muir

Alex Muir

Marketing and Social Media Executive

Alex is a third-year student of Modern European Studies at the University of Nottingham, including Serbian Language, leading to an interest in the BSCC and our activities. While studying abroad in Belgrade he is working as a Communications Assistant.

Alex is looking forward to working at the BSCC and contributing to the Chamber; through handling our digital marketing and social media.

email: alex.muir@britserbcham.com

Tamara Ristić

Tamara Ristić

Company Secretary

Tamara Ristić works as a solicitor in the assets and structured finance team of an international law firm based in London. She works with banks, financial institutions, owners and operators advising on aspects of loan and security documentation within the maritime and aviation sectors.

Tamara was born in Šabac, Serbia and grew up in Cyprus, before moving to the UK in 2011 to pursue her studies. She holds an LLB in Law from the University of York and an LLM in Energy Law from University College London (UCL).  

Tamara is looking forward to working with the Chamber and assisting with trade facilitation and communication between UK and Serbia.

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