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Vladimir Bojanovic

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Bojanovic & Partners


Managing partner


Vladimir Bojanovic is an Attorney at Law and a Managing Partner of Bojanovic Partners. He specializes in Corporate /M&A, Energy/Infrastructure, Banking and Finance and Competition/Antitrust practice areas within all industry sectors. During his career, Vladimir was a partner in a leading commercial law firm. Also, he acted as an International Economic Relations Advisor to the Secretary of State in the Serbian Government. Vladimir has more than 15 years of professional experience and he was a team leader in many transactions in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina, advising international clients in deals in total value in excess of EUR 10 billion. Vladimir holds degrees from both the University of Belgrade and the University of Cambridge. He is fluent in English and Serbian.



Serbian (Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin)


IBA – International Bar Association

Belgrade Bar Association

SPEA – Serbian Private Equity Association


University of Cambridge

University of Belgrade


Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Bojanovic & Partners is 'always up to date with new developments'. The team advises on syndicated lending, financial regulation, capital markets, structured finance, restructuring and distressed transactions. It advised Austria-based Erste Group Bank on a high-value facility for a Serbian company. Vladimir Bojanovic heads the banking and finance department.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Leading individuals

Vladimir Bojanovińá - Bojanovic & Partners

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Bojanovic & Partners is 'a premium corporate law firm that is responsive, accurate and available at any time'. It recently advised Gazprom, the global gas and oil company, on the development of the Turk Stream, the largest gas pipeline in Europe; the work includes day-to-day advice on business operations, corporate structures, M&A and group restructuring. 'Perceived as a deal maker', Vladimir Bojanovic 'handles complex deals'.

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Within: Competition

Bojanovic & Partners 'gets involved with the most complex competition issues'. The team advised TDJ Equity, an investment fund, on the merger clearance for its acquisition of Kopex, which provides solutions for underground and open-pit mining. Vladimir Bojanovic 'gets the job done'.

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Within: Employment

Bojanovic & Partners 'has a very strong employment law team' that is  headed by 'client-oriented partner' Vladimir Bojanovic. The practice assists Wizz Air with general employment advice; Gazprom is also a client.

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Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Bojanovic & Partners 'truly delivers'. The practice's scope of work includes copyright, trade marks, patents, design and advertisement issues. Vladimir Bojanovic heads the IP department.

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Projects and energy

Within: Projects and energy

Bojanovic & Partners 'always delivers'. The practice's industry coverage includes waste management, oil trade, natural gas and electricity trade, transmission system and distribution system operators, and power exchange. Vladimir Bojanovic is 'an amazing lawyer'.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Bojanovic & Partners' real estate and construction head Vladimir Bojanovic 'sees the global picture'. The practice covers real estate acquisitions, project development, finance, FIDIC advice and litigation.

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