Davor Štern, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
He graduated from the Petroleum-Mining-Geological Faculty at the University of Zagreb in 1972. He began professional career in the Department for extraction of oil and gas in the INA and the Yugoslav Pipeline. In INA in 1978 he was the Head of Procurement of Equipment, and since 1982 he became director of INA in Moscow. He continues the rich international experience in the field of trade of oil, gas and other raw materials in Russia as Managing Director of Philipp Brothers-Salomon Brothers and Marc Rich A.G. Zug in Moscow. The Croatian Government has appointed him the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1994, and in 1995he became the Minister of Economy, Energy and Trade. As Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Davor Štern returned to INA in 1997.
Mladen Markoč, Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Mladen Markoč graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb. He specialises in company law, securities law, and commercial law. Mr. Markoč has been a consultant in numerous important transactions in the Croatian and foreign capital markets and has been a regular speaker at conferences organised by the Zagreb Stock Exchange Academy and the Judicial Academy. He started his career in law in 1998 as legal apprentice with attorney Zvonimir Raić. He was Corporate Secretary of the pharmaceutical company PLIVA d.d. from 1990 to 1997, partner at the law firm Bogdanović, Dolički & Partners from 1997 to 2007, and Board Member at ICF Group d.o.o. in 2008.
Stjepan Mesić – Member of the Supervisory Board
Born 24 December 1934 in Orahovica. Graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Zagreb in 1961. During college he was a prominent student leader. In 1965 he enters political life when he is elected Member of Parliament (Sabor) of the Socialist Republic of Croatia. In the beginning of the 1970's he participated in the so-called 'Croatian Spring' movement which called for Croatian equality within the Yugoslav Federation, for which he was sentenced to one year of prison (Stara Gradiška). Upon the first free, multiparty democratic elections he was appointed first Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia. 25 August 1990 - by the decision of the Parliament of SR Croatia he is elected as the Croatian member of the Yugoslav Federal Presidency. On 1 July 1991 he becomes President of the Yugoslav Federal Presidency and remains in this position until December 1991. From 7 Semptember 1992 to 24 May 1994 - he carries out the duties of President of the Croatian Parliament. On 7 February 2000 he is elected President of the Republic of Croatia, after which he stepped down from the membership in his party because of his desire to serve as president of all citizens of Croatia. 16 January 2005 – he is re-elected President of the Republic of Croatia. He has a working knowledge of Russian and French.
Zdenko Mahmutović, Member of the Supervisory Board
Dubravko Kos, Member of the Supervisory Board