Nenad Stankovic, attorney at law and senior partner at the Law office Stankovic and Partners, specializes in the field of international business law with special emphasis on M&A, Real Estate, Project Financing, Energy and Infrastructure, Dispute Resolution and Public Private Partnerships. Nenad Stankovic graduated from the Law School at Belgrade University and has been a member State and Belgrade Bar Association as of 1998. He is also devoting particular interest and time to the clients undergoing enforcement procedure, alternative dispute resolution process, representing clients in bankruptcy, banking transactions, and general commercial law matters. In the field of labor law, Mr. Stankovic specializes in drafting of labor contracts, including management contracts; employment of foreign citizens, and creation and implementation of the programs of mass redundancy of the employees.
Mr. Stankovic has represented clients in some of the most complex transactions in Serbia and in Montenegro, including privatization of KAP Podgorica, Bauxite Mine Niksic, Coal Mine Pljevlja, Coal Mine Kovin and RTB Bor. One of his most significant projects is unbundling of distributor system operator and public supplier Elektroprivreda Srbije. With the team of other attorneys at Stankovic and Partners he worked as legal advisor on restructuring of RTB Group through Pre-Packaged Reorganization Plan. The task of the project was to find the best solution (corporate structure) that would be in accordance with the laws that are in force in Serbia and with the laws of the European Union, which regulate corporate matter, energy, public procurement and accounting. This restructuring presents the largest financial restructuring in bankruptcy in Serbia ever, with the value of restructured debt exceeding 1.2 billion EUR. Mr. Stankovic also represents international financial institutions in project financing of mini hydro power plants and biomass power plants. He acted as the advisor of the world’s biggest brewery in selling of its business in Serbia and Montenegro (deal value is 3bn USD), as well as of the foreign state controlled foreign bank in granting of the railway infrastructure financing in Montenegro, as well as railway infrastructure in Serbia, a real estate developer from Israel in developing of 120.000 m2 business and residential project in Belgrade, developing of the Airport Belgrade cargo hub, developing of the waste water treatment plants in PPP mode, acquiring the exploitation rights for gravel and for limestone etc.