Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade
Dragan Loncar was born in Belgrade in 1978. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics in 2001, completing a Master course in Management Studies at the University of Cambridge (Judge Business School) in 2003 and acquiring a PhD title at the Faculty of Economics in 2007. He was awarded a Fulbright scholarship in the academic year 2008/2009 for postdoctoral research in financial management. The research was completed in 2009 at the University of Chicago (Booth Business School). He has been a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) charterholder since 2013.
Currently, he works as a full-time Professor at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. Dragan is the Associate Dean for Finance and Organisation at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. Furthermore, he is the director of the consulting firm Peterhof Consulting. He is also a member of the Cambridge Society and Fulbright Association in Serbia.
Dragan has rich consulting experience as the executive director of a growing consulting firm Peterhof Consulting, having had consulting assignments with leading Serbian and foreign companies. Additionally, he has experience of participating in World Bank, IFC, IRD, OSCE and EU funded projects in Serbia, concerning regional development, renewable energy sources, refugee solutions, corporate governance, and business ethics.