Milan Samardžić

Partner , Belgrade

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Milan Samardžić

Partner , Belgrade

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Milan is a partner at SOG / Samardžić, Oreški & Grbović.

Milan has more than 16 years of professional experience practicing mostly in Belgrade, but also spent 2 years practicing in Austria, where he worked for DLA Piper’s Vienna office.

He has significant experience in advising international and local clients on large-scale M&A transactions and joint ventures, and he recently worked on some of the largest investment projects in both Serbia and the region.

Milan’s experience covers a wide range of industry sectors including aviation, banking & finance, IT, media & telecoms, mining, NPLs, pharma, real estate & construction, retail, and transportation.

He also advised major regional and international banks and financial institutions (EBRD, IFC, Barclays, Citibank, AIG, Raiffeisen, UniCredit, Erste, RBC Royal Bank, etc.) on a range of regulatory issues and projects.

PRACTICES

  • Banking & Finance
  • Competition and Antitrust
  • Corporate/M&A
  • Data Protection
  • Legislative & Government Affairs
  • Private Equity


EDUCATION

  • University of Belgrade, Law School
  • Georgetown University Law Centar


ADMISSIONS

  • Belgrade Bar Association
  • International Bar Association


LANGUAGES

  • English


PRACTICES

  • Banking & Finance
  • Competition and Antitrust
  • Corporate/M&A
  • Data Protection
  • Legislative & Government Affairs
  • Private Equity

EDUCATION

  • University of Belgrade, Law School
  • Georgetown University Law Centar

ADMISSIONS

  • Belgrade Bar Association
  • International Bar Association

LANGUAGES

  • English

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  As the number of people infected by the COVID-19 disease marks a continuous rise, the Serbian Government has recently enacted new and amended existing regulations in order to combat the ongoing surge in numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases. Here is a brief...

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