Nikola Stambolić is a director at Berkeley Research Group and is based in London. He is a forensic accountant specialising in financial investigations in claims and legal proceedings and fourteen years of experience. An economist by education, he qualified as a chartered accountant in 2010 (ACCA) and has specialised in forensic accounting since the start of his professional career.
Mr Stambolić focuses on the determination of loss and damage. He has led teams of accountants and technical specialists in preparing expert evidence for arbitration and litigation proceedings. He is also an experienced mergers and acquisitions consultant, having advised clients such as large institutional investors, private equity funds, banks, and corporations in the preacquisition stages of more than forty transactions in a wide range of industries.
Before joining BRG, Mr Stambolić worked at a Big Four firm for twelve years, based first in Belgrade, Serbia, as a part of the firm’s Central Eastern European forensic accounting team; and then moving to London in 2011, where he was a part of the firm’s UK disputes practice.
Mr Stambolić is a native Serbo-Croatian speaker, fluent in English, and conversational in French.
University of Belgrade
BA, Economics, 2005
2006 - 2018
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Fellow