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Duško Knežević is the founder and president of the board of directors of Atlas Group Corporation (AGC).
Duško Knežević is the founder and president of the board of directors of Atlas Group Corporation (AGC). AGC is the largest financial group in consisting of dozens of companies with far-ranging business interest, including banks and financial companies Serbia, Cyprus, Russia and Great Britain. In addition to his business interests, he is the founder and president of the board of two business oriented universities, in Montenegro and in Serbia. In April 2010, Duško Knežević became member of Clinton Global Initiative, President Clinton’s pro bono organization that is gathering private sector, non-governmental organizations, and other global leaders to effectively confront the world’s most pressing problems.[
Duško Knežević was born on May 30, 1959, in Podgorica (formerly Titograd), the capital of Montenegro. He completed elementary and high school in Podgorica. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Banking at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, and a Master of Science in Banking and Finance, also at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade. After defending with merits his doctorate dissertation 'Legal and economic prerequisites of sustainability of pension insurance system' at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Duško Knežević was awarded a scientific degree Doctor of Legal and Economic Studies. He lectures in finance-related subjects at the UNION University.
Since founding Atlas Group 20 years ago in Montenegro, he has expanded the company’s range of interests. AGC presently consists of more than 30 companies that include banks, finance, real estate, construction, brewery, tourism and media companies. In 2010, World Finance magazine voted AGC the best financial group in Montenegro and Atlasmont Bank, a member of the Group, the best bank in Montenegro.
Major entities of AGC include:
AGC is majority owner of Montenegro Stock Exchange, one of two stock exchanges in Montenegro.
In recent years, AGC has expanded the scope of its financial activities to the international level and now includes:
On the international level, AGC is active in carbon and foreign exchange trading, as well as the management of private pension funds and provision of life insurance.
FinInvest Montenegro in collaboration with Capital Investments, a company owned by the royal family in Abu Dhabi, is completing a 180 million euro residential business complex investment in Podgorica, Montenegro’s capital. In addition, FinInvest Montenegro company stands behind a major health-tourism project in Meljine, on Montenegro’s Adriatic Coast.
Duško Knežević is the founder and president of the board of:
He is also a regular lecturer in finance-related subjects at the University UNION in Belgrade, Serbia.
As a young man, he played for the several basketball clubs. His fledgling basketball career was cut short by injury. He then moved from player to referee, advancing in this regard to a federal-level referee in the former Yugoslavia.
In 1992, he became president of the well-known Red Star Waterpolo Club. Under his leadership, Red Star won the championship title in the former Yugoslav against its longtime rival Partizan. Four years later, as director of the Olympic Waterpolo Team of Yugoslavia, he led the team to the summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States.
In 2003 he founded the first-league basketball club Atlas, which he directed and led to competition in the European Uleb Cup. He also served as a member of the Executive Board of the Basketball Union of Serbia and Montenegro (before Montenegro became an independent country). In 2004, he founded a new league called the Atlas Pils YUBA League, as part of an effort to revive Serbia’s then struggling basketball legacy. In 2005 he was president of Board of EuroBasket 2005 that has successfully organized European Basketball Championship in Belgrade 2005.
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