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21. September 2016.
Digital and E-Commerce Committee Established
At the meeting on September 21, newest FIC Committee, Digital and E-Commerce Committee, elected leadership and adopted two-year programme. By majority of voices, Government Affairs Manager in Telenor Jasmina Vignjevic was elected as President, and COO, Member of Executive Board at Generali osiguranje Srbija Branko Pavlovic was elected as Committee Vice President on a two year mandate. We therefore use this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude to Jasmina and Branko for accepting the roles of Digital and IT Committee Chairmen, thus committing themselves to two years of investing significant energy and efforts to the Committee’s work. It is especially true having in mind the role they will play in establishing the new Committee as a partner to the stakeholders in the sector. Members also adopted the Committee Programme for the next two years.
Jasmina has abundant and diversified experience in Telenor where she serves for more than nine years now and has assumed positions of Legal Affairs Manage and Acting Regulatory Affairs Manager. At her current position of Governmental Affairs Manager Jasmina is in charge of development of strategy for development of new services, with E-Commerce and financial services among main elements, and implementation of stakeholder relations strategy and communication and correspondence with governmental institutions and international organizations. She is advising the top management of Telenor and Telenor Banka and board members on corporate affairs issues of strategic importance. She is also representing Telenor in Foreign Investors Council, American Chamber of Commerce, National Alliance for Local Economic Development and serves as a chairwoman of the board of the Nordic Business Alliance. Before working for Telenor, Jasmina was Business Development Officer at the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, and was responsible for Financial Leasing, Factoring and Corporate Governance projects in Serbia and Montenegro design and implementation of Financial Leasing projects in Bolivia and Yemen. She graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade and was awarded with LLM degree in International Commercial Law from the Faculty of Law, University of Westminster, UK. Jasmina is also President of Telecom & IT Committee.
Branko Pavlovic works for 16 years in Generali Osiguranje, which was Delta Osiguranje at the time he joined in 2000 as a Head of IT Department. Since 2007 he is appointed in Executive Board and Executive Committee, in charge of IT, actuarial and logistics. He is the President of the Serbian Actuarial Association, member of Council of International Actuarial Association, chairperson of the Commission of Actuaries of Association of Serbian Insurers, court expert witness and columnist of Svet Osiguranja magazine. Between 2010 and 2011 he was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jedro Health Center and between 2011 and 2016 member of Board of Directors in Management Company for Voluntary Pension Fund Generali. Branko was born on June 19, 1972. He graduated in 1997 at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Electrical Engineering and specialized in the field of actuary in 2009, at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Economics. He earned the prestigious license from the National Bank of Serbia and became a certified actuary in 2008.
Committee members also adopted two year programme containing four priorities: simplification of electronic identification and introduction of user friendly (unqualified) digital signature in view of creating favourable environment for e-commerce; introducing electronic and mobile government services; further development of e-payments by scrapping the obligation of providing any paper evidence of electronic payment; and reducing risks of digital operations by education of public and private stakeholders.