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Sava Laketić assumes role as acting director of Tax Administration, prioritizing effective tax system overhaul

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The government today, on the proposal of the Ministry of Finance, appointed Sava Laketić as the acting director of the Tax Administration (TA), confirmed by the ministry. They added that they expect a more efficient reform of the tax system.

“The acting director is appointed for a period of up to six months at most, and within the legal deadline, a public competition will be conducted for the selection of the TA director,” the Ministry’s statement said.

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As stated, Laketić is a professional with a background in the position of executive director of the company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for Montenegro. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham).

“The key conditions for this significant personnel solution are expertise, focus on results through a clear strategy, with success indicators and priorities in work, as well as leadership skills,” the statement adds.

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The Ministry and the Government, as stated, prioritize the results that the new team should achieve, along with proactivity, teamwork, and inclusiveness, considering the need for people who can easily work in a team, lead it, and foster diversity.

“We expect a more efficient reform of the tax system, strengthening of tax discipline, dedication, and acceleration of the reform process, as well as improvement of the TA’s work processes, in the interest of the state, citizens, and the economy,” the Ministry said.

The Ministry reminded that Laketić has significant work experience, and in the last 11 years, he has been involved in over 100 audit and consulting projects with various roles, from team member to project leader and manager.

“Laketić has been a member of several PwC teams, one of the world’s largest audit and consulting firms. These teams include audit, collaboration with the public sector, capital markets, accounting advisory services, and the PwC Academy,” the statement adds.

In addition to extensive and significant experience in auditing, he actively participated in various projects implementing International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), improving internal processes and procedures, and financial management and reporting.

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