The Central & Eastern European Forum 2016

Nikola Fabris

Vice Governor for Financial Stability and Payment Systems

Central Bank of Montenegro


Nikola Fabris graduated from the faculty of economics at the University of Belgrade in 1994 and obtained an MA in economics in 1998 and PhD in economics in 2002. He is a member of the economic science board of the Montenegrin Academy of Science and Arts. He is a professor at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. Besides his engagement at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, he was engaged in a number of higher education institutions including: the Faculty of Economics in Podgorica; the Military Academy of the Yugoslav Army; Braća Karić management college; the  Faculty of Business in the Service Sector; and the Faculty of Management in Doboj amongst others. From 2004 to 2013, he was the chief economist of the Central Bank of Montenegro. In 2013, he became the vice governor for financial stability and payment systems, responsible for the financial system stability, payment systems management and regulation. He has worked as an executive or a member of a project team on over 50 macroeconomic projects. He is the author or co-author of five books in the field of economics and a number of papers in the area of economic policy, financial systems, transition and foreign direct investments amongst others.


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Tue 19 - Wed 20 Jan 2016

The Hilton Vienna, Vienna