In recent years Bosnia and Herzegovina has been investing more efforts to attract foreign investments as one of the important ways to encourage economic development and solve problems of unemployment.
Areas of Practice
Natasa Krejic is a Partner, employed by the Law Firm SAJIC since 2003. Natasa graduated from the University of Banja Luka School of Law in 2004.
In addition to company law and M&A, Natasa's area of expertise is tax and customs law, as well as competition and foreign investments and in these areas of law she advises both local and foreign clients.
Natasa is a member of the European Association of Attorneys (AEA) and Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA), IBA.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a republic but due to the complexity of its regional units, Bosnia and Herzegovina does not function as a republic. It is composed of two entities and a district, i.e. the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (51% of the territory), the Republic of Srpska (49% of the territory) and the Brcko District (which was the subject of disputes and international arbitration and then finally recognized as a district).