3. Date of birth: 17.07.1938.
4. Nationality: SERBIAN
5. Civil status: FULL PROFESSOR
6. Education: PhD
Institution The Faculty of Economics, Belgrade
Date (from-to): 1959-1963
Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained BSc in Economics
Institution The Faculty of Law, Belgrade
Date (from-to): 1974 and 1980
Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained MSc in Law and Economics
PhD in Law
7. Membership of professional bodies: Member of the Presidency and the chairman of the Banking Section of the Association of Economists of Serbia. Member of editorial offices of leading economic magazines.
8. Present position: Full Professor at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences (Management).
9. Key qualifications: expert in banking law and legal regulations governing transactions and operations in financial markets, privatisation, acquisition and sell-off of businesses and banks.
10. Specific experience in the region: since 1965 Mr. Dabic has participated in preparation and drafting of all legislative projects in the field of banking and securities market in Yugoslavia. Mr. Dabic was the manager of numerous projects and took part in the restructuring and privatisation of the most prominent firms in Yugoslavia.
11. Professional experience:
Date: from - to month/year) 1966-1973
Position Assistant Director
Description Fields: foreign currency transactions, business arrangements and liquidity.
Date: from - to (month/year) 1974-1985
Position Assistant General Director
Description Field: banking operations and transactions, information technology and international operations
Date: from - to (month/year) 1985-1989
Position Deputy General Director
Description Field: all banking operations
Date: from - to (month/year) 1989-1995
Position General Director
Description Field: all banking operations
Date: from - to (month/year) 1995-
Company University of Belgrade, the Faculty of Organizational Sciences (Management), Belgrade
Position Full Professor
Description Courses: “Shareholding and stock-exchange transactions and operations” and “Management in the banking industry”
12. Other relevant information (e.g. publications):
Mr. Dabic is the author of 6 and co-author of 7 books and monograph works. He has published more than 60 papers about the banking industry and financial market.
Mr. Dabic was the author of the first project for the formation of the first Money Exchange in 1967, the subsequent studies to the transformation of the Money Market into Belgrade Stock Exchange.
In 1989 Mr. Dabic participated, together with the World Bank experts, in preparation of the Project for Consolidation and Reorganization of Yugoslav banking industry.
In the capacity of consultant and manager Mr. Dabic took an active part in preparation and implementation of numerous projects and programs for capital evaluation and assessment, ownership transformation and selling of stock to domestic and international investors.
Other relevant information:
Mr. Dabic is the President of Board of Directors of the International Center for Financial Market Development.
Also, Mr. Dabic is member of Board of Directors of several biggest companies in Serbia.
As Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Yugoslavia (6 years) Mr. Dabic took part in international conferences in Washington, London, Budapest, Mexico, Tokyo and Paris.
As Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission Mr. Dabic developed the program and set up the School for Brokers in collaboration with the Faculty of Organizational Sciences (Management) – the Financial Market Development Center.
Mr. Dabic took an active part in numerous conferences and seminars of Yugoslav and Serbian economists and lawyers. From the beginning, Mr. Dabic has participated and has been an editor of a thematic coverage of banking law issues with Kopaonik Law School that every year attracts a large number of lawyers who pursue law as profession and as science.
Mr. Dabic is a long-standing chairman of the program committee of the traditional Milocer conference of economists covering the topic “Financial markets”.
Besides lecturing at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences (Management), Mr. Dabic lectured as Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, in the specialist postgraduate course “Contracts in international trade”; at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, in the specialist postgraduate course “Securities and their market”; in the Faculty of Economics in Nis, in the specialist postgraduate course “Long-term sources of investment capital and the methodology of preparation and assessment of investment programs”; at the Faculty of Economics in Skopje, in the postgraduate course “Securities and their market” and at the Faculty of Economics in Podgorica, in the postgraduate course “Securities”.