|Governor of the|
Croatian National Bank
Assumed office |
8 July 2012
|Preceded by||Željko Rohatinski|
2 June 1964|
Zagreb, SFR Yugoslavia (now Croatia)
|Alma mater||University of Zagreb|
He started his professional career in 1989 as an assistant at Faculty of Economics in Zagreb. In 1996 he was named the head of research department of Croatian National Bank. Later in 1997 he became a lecturer at Faculty of Economics in Zagreb and in 2003 an associate Professor. Since 2000 he holds the position of Vice Governor of the Croatian National Bank, and in 2012 he assumed the position of governor. He held that position upon Croatia's accession to the European Union. However, he refuses an international bailout scenario as the country faces the post-2008 financial crisis.
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- "Croatia: the EU's youngest member takes stock of progress". Euronews.com. 20 May 2014. Retrieved 2016-07-06.
- Margit Feher (17 January 2014). "Croatia 'Doesn't Need International Bailout'". Wsj.com. Retrieved 2016-07-06.
- Members International Monetary Fund (IMF).