Tomislav Šunjka is the founder of the independent ŠunjkaLaw in Serbia. His background is business and transactional law, and everything connected with transaction, M&A and tax planning law, privatisation law, PPP law, foreign investment law, dispute resolution and complex litigation and other business law throughout the world. Because of this background, he understands very well the nature of transactions, bank transfers and financial arrangements and uses that knowledge as a tool in his practice of asset tracking and asset recovery. Tomislav Šunjka is a regional representative for Europe on the International Bar Association’s Anti-Corruption Committee, as well as an exclusive member for Serbia, Balkan and ex-Yugoslavia in FraudNet (an international network of lawyers that operates under the auspices of the London-based ICC Commercial Crime Services FraudNet Network). He has published several works on European Union law, the securities market and the role of banks in it, the European Central Bank and the European System of Central Banks, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Court in Strasbourg. He also lectures on fraud and asset recovery Mr Šunjka is fluent in English and Russian.