Supervisory Board

Supervisory Bord of Atlantic Grupa comprises seven members, esteemed representatives of the academic and business community as well as shareholders.

Supervisory Board of Atlantic Grupa has:

  • Audit Commitee- Franz Josef Flosbach, President / Lada Tedeschi Fiorio, member / Marko Lesić, member
  • Nomination and Remuneration Commitee-  Saša Pekeč, President / Zoran Sušanj, member / Peter Elam Håkansson, member
  • Corporate Governance Commitee- Siniša Petrović, President / Nina Tepeš, member

You can find the Rules of procedure of the Supervisory Board in here.
You can find Investment Commitee rules in here.

Zdenko Adrović


Zdenko Adrović is the director and one of the founders of the Croatian Banking Association. He was Chairman of the Management Board of Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d in the period 1996 - 2014. Prior to his current position, he was the Executive Vice President responsible for the treasury and liquidity at PBZ, where he worked as the Investment Banking Sector Manager and Deputy General Manager. He is a member of the Croatian Parliament's Finance and State Budget Committee since 2017. In the period 2008 – 2016 he was a member of the Executive Board of the Croatian Employers Association, and in the period 2004 – 2013 a member of the Management Board of the Croatian Chamber of Economy. He graduated from the Faculty for foreign trade, University of Zagreb, where he also earned his M. Sc. degree in corporate finance.

Lada Tedeschi Fiorio


Lada Tedeschi Fiorio began her career in Atlantic in 1997 as the Deputy Director for Finance. As Vice President for Investor Relations she had an important role in negotiations with potential investors during different Atlantic’s acquisitions as well as in the initial public offer process in 2007. As Atlantic Grupa was transformed into a joint stock company, she was appointed Vice President of the Supervisory Board and today she is also heading the Investment Committee. Before joining Atlantic, she acquired business experience in multinational companies, Wrigley in Germany and Mars Masterfood in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Poland and the United Arab Emirates. She received her bachelor’s degree in economics at Universita' commerciale L. Bocconi in Milan, and continued her professional specialisation at the London Business School.

Lars Peter Elam Håkansson


As Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Peter Elam Håkansson leads East Capital’s different investment teams in East Europe and Asia. He has established East Capital’s investment philosophy and strategy, which he still oversees. Peter has been awarded the Gold Star for best Fund Manager five times by Morningstar and Sweden’s largest financial daily Dagens Industri. He is Chairman of the Board of Swedish Music Hall of Fame, member of the Board of Bonnier Business Press and Inter Peace Sweden. Prior to founding East Capital, he held a series of senior positions at Enskilda Securities in London, Paris and Stockholm – where his last role was Head of Equities and Global Head of Research. He has a degree from Stockholm School of Economics and has also studied at l´EDHEC in Lille.

Franz-Josef Flosbach


Franz-Josef Flosbach obtained a industrial engineer degree at the Technische Universitat Darmstadt, in 1973. He had spent most of his working life, since 1975, with DEG-Deutsche Investitions und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH. He has been assigned a number of executive tasks: management audit, business planning and controlling, business development, consulting etc. Prior to his career in DEG , he worked as a Senior Consultant with Treuhand-Vereinigung AG/ Coopers & Lybrand GmbH (today PWC) with a special focus on Merger & Acquisition activities. He has retired in 2013. At present he serves as a member of five Supervisory Boards, three Audit Committees and one Risk Committee in five renowned companies in the region.

Saša Pekeč


Saša Pekeč is an Associate Professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. He is an expert in managerial decision-making in complex competitive environments, and has published articles in top academic journals in management sciences, as well as in top journals in other fields such as economics, mathematics and psychology. His consulting experience includes banking, internet, pharmaceutical, retail, and telecommunications industries. He was a member of the Economic Council of the President of the Republic of Croatia in the period 2010 - 2015. Saša Pekeč holds a Ph.D. degree from Rutgers University and B.Sc. degree from the University of Zagreb.

Siniša Petrović


Siniša Petrović is a tenured professor at the Commercial and Company Law Department of the Faculty of Law in Zagreb, where he received his bachelor’s, master’s and doctor’s degrees. In 1995, he was a special envoy of the delegation of the Republic of Croatia for negotiations with the international community and a member of the delegation of Croatia at the International Peace Conference for B&H in Dayton. He was Vice President of the Council for the Protection of Market Competition and the Croatian representative in the Arbitration Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce. He participated in the drafting of Croatian regulations concerning companies, market competition, prevention of conflicts of interest in performance of public functions etc. He was a member of the Negotiating Team for the Accession of Croatia to the EU.

Jean Louis Yvon Gourbin


Jean Louis Yvon Gourbin has a 40 years of business experience in executive positions in consumer foods and agricultural commodities companies in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. He spent the majority of his career - more than 15 years, at Kellogg Company. He built his career in companies such as Kronenbourg, leading beer company, La Maison du Café, ground coffee company, Ralston Purina pet food company, Danone Group, Bunge for agricultural commodities trading and agribusiness. He is retired since 2012. In 2016, he is partnering with the Swiss Television to produce a program promoting the young Swiss entrepreneurs. He has a post-graduate degree in Economics from the Sorbonne University.