Nenad Stankovic specialises in the field of international business law with a particular focus on corporate M&A, real estate, project finance, infrastructure, dispute resolution (including ADR) and PPP. He also has considerable experience of representing clients in insolvency, banking and finance, and wider commercial law matters. In the labour and employment arena, he regularly assists clients in drafting employment contracts, including senior executive contracts, and advises on the employment of foreign citizens, as well as advising on restructurings and substantial redundancy programmes.
Nenad has represented clients in some of the most complex matters in Serbia and Montenegro, including advising on the EUR 1 billion plus financial restructuring of a copper mine and smelting complex (the biggest financial restructuring in bankruptcy in Serbia to date); advising the Serbian electric power industry on the unbundling process and on a corporate restructuring; and representing a number of foreign investors in investment arbitrations. His experience also includes advising a foreign state controlled international bank in connection with railway financing for major infrastructure projects in Montenegro and in Serbia; assisting an Israel based real estate developer in developing a large mixed-use (business and residential) project in Belgrade; advising on the new Belgrade Airport cargo hub; and assisting a number of clients with developing waste water treatment plants under a PPP model.