AmCham member companies elect two new Governors at association’s Annual Meeting
The vote saw Igor Lončarević of KPMG elected Secretary Treasurer, with Marko Martinović of PepsiCo becoming Untitled Governor.
AmCham ended last year with the greatest ever number of member firms. The association now boasts 231 international and local companies operating in Serbia, which have collectively invested over €14 billion and which employ more than 100,000 Serbians.
‘Such performance obliges us to amplify the voice of our members and incentivises us to continue advocating a predictable and stable business environment. In addition to working to improve relations between Serbia and the US, in the coming year AmCham will focus on four priority areas: continuing digital transformation of society and the economy, fully implementing the green agenda for an environmentally friendly and energy efficient Serbia, enhancing the healthcare system, and assisting regional initiatives in support of Serbia’s EU integration, including the Open Balkan initiative’, said Stefan Lazarević, President of AmCham Board of Governors.
Addressing the AmCham community, US Ambassador to Serbia Christopher R. Hill said: ‘At no other time in history has AmCham in Serbia been so strong and influential in fostering US-Serbian relations, building bridges that link our two countries and our vibrant people, as well as in developing co-operation models that are so sorely needed for a successful and long-lasting relationship.’
New AmCham Board of Governors:
Stefan Lazarević, NCR Serbia, President
Ivan Miletić, Philip Morris International, First Vice President
Ronald Seeliger, Hemofarm, Second Vice President
Igor Lončarević, KPMG, Secretary Treasurer
Untitled Governors: Marko Martinović, PepsiCo, Goran Vasić, Yettel, Ksenija Karić, Schneider Electric, Marija Popović, OTP Bank Serbia, Milan Gospić, Microsoft Serbia
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