New in Montenegro: TPA partner Dusanka Ivovic

10/01/2019

TPA Partner Dusanka Ivovic , TPA in Podgorica, Montenegro

Since December 2018 Dusanka Ivovic has strengthened the TPA Group as a Partner in Montenegro. She is responsible for the setting up of the office in Podgorica (Montenegro), and in this way the expansion policy of the tax advisory and auditing services company is continuing successfully.

Montenegro expands services to Balkan States

On 7th December 2018 the contract signing, which paved the way for TPA in Montenegro, took place at the TPA office in Vienna. Thomas Haneder, the TPA Partner responsible for, amongst others, the Montenegro location, commented: “With the joining of Dusanka Ivovic we are expanding our field of operation for our clients in the Balkan States. Dusanka has a profound knowledge of the Montenegrin market and is a top expert”. The collaboration is based on know-how, many years of experience and the innovative ideas of the new TPA Partner.

Contact TPA in Montenegro

Before she joined TPA, Dusanka Ivovic had already been active for more than 20 years in the industry and had enjoyed success in Montenegro with various Big Four firms. She had this to say about her new role:“I am looking forward to being part of the expanding TPA Group and to developing new paths for the company in Montenegro“.

Contact in Montenegro

Trg nezavisnosti 3
Podgorica
Tel: +38269074612

Local and international investors and companies can now be served directly in Podgorica in the areas of Tax Advisory, Audit, and Advisory.

Montenegro contract signing: Bojan Zepinic (TPA Serbia), Manuela Ponesch-Urbanek (TPA Austria), Dusanka Ivovic (TPA Montenegro), Thomas Haneder (TPA SEE), Monika Andric (TPA Serbia)

 

TPA, A pioneer in the industry

Back in 1993 already the Austrian tax advisory company TPA struck out as a pioneer in the industry when it expanded into the neighbouring Central and Eastern European countries. The first location outside Austria was opened in Hungary, and the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Albania, and now Montenegro have followed.