On Thursday, February 10, at its 10th General Assembly Meeting, AmCham member companies elected six new members to its Board of Governors.
Belgrade, February 10, 2011– Member companies of American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia elected six new members to its Board of Governors at 10th Annual AmCham General Assembly. (Please, click here for photo gallery).
As a result of the votes of a majority of member companies, the Second Vice-President of the Chamber will be Miloš Đurković (Hewlett Packard Serbia). The new Secretary Treasurer is Stephen Fish (Ernst & Young Beograd), and the four new untitled members of the Board of Governors are Zoran Petrović (Raiffeisen banka), Ivan Vujačić (Eurobank EFG), Jelena Kralj (Pedersen & Partners) and David Banjai (Ball Packaging Europe Belgrade Ltd).
At the end of December, 2010, Vladan Živanović (Microsoft) succeeded Skip Bornhuetter (Philip Morris in Serbia) as President of this business association, and Matthew Perkins (U. S. Steel Srbija) was promoted to the First Vice-President.
The Board of Governors of American Chamber of Commerce comprises nine members whose task is to define a strategy and implement guidelines for AmCham’s development policy. According to the statutes of the American Chamber of Commerce, member companies elect half of the seats on the Board of Governors every year in order to ensure continuous functioning of the organisation.