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Some of the projects that Ms. Skoric managed over the last years include: - Ms. Skoric processed more than US$400 million in financial transactions in the manufacturing sector, in more than twenty countries globally, participating in due diligence, transaction structuring, negotiations, restructurings, syndication, supervision and turnarounds. Transactions comprised both small business and large corporate transactions. -Increasing International Finance Corporation’s (The Word Bank Group) presence through start-up of consulting operations devoted to small business development, in countries of Bangladesh, Balkans and China. -A multi-million consulting and advisory work in the area of small business linkage programs around large private sector extractive industry (mining, oil and gas, and aluminum) and construction investments. -Ms. Skoric’s unveiled ‘Access to Finance’ programs in China and Bangladesh, and managed due diligence performed on 10 financial institutions wishing to downscale to lending to small business segment. -She designed successful banking symposiums on international best practices in lending to small businesses, and has raised more than half a million dollars in sponsorships for these programs. Country Experience: Australia, Albania, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Brazil, Cambodia, Cameroon, Chad, China, Croatia, France, Fiji, Mexico, Mozambique, Philippines, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, South Africa, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Serbia and Montenegro, and Zambia. Specialties Ms. Skoric has devoted much of her career to bringing access to finance and business development services to small and medium enterprises in the developing nations. Aleksandra has designed, developed, appraised, and structured investment projects in a variety of sectors in more than twenty countries in the emerging markets. The sectors of experience comprise both general manufacturing and financial markets transactions for both debt and equity investments.