Conference program and List of participants


List of participants of the 24th Annual Assembly of ACI Macedonia

Conference program ( download pdf document )

Friday, 31st of May, 2019

20.00 Welcome cocktail dinner (sponsored by Europoint)

Saturday, 01st June, 2019

10.00 24th Annual Assembly

o Opening Ceremony-Report of the President

o ACI-FMA message

o Monetary authorities of NBRNM Presentation

o “Financial Markets side view”, Borce Stamenkovski, Head of Treasury Department, Capital Banka

11.30 Coffee & cakes break

12.00 “Current investment opportunities-challenge”

Narrator: Snezana Popovska, CFTe, TTK Banka


o Dragan Ilkoski, Acting Head of Securities Services Department, Sparkasse Banka AD Skopje

o Goran Markovski, M.Sc. Chief executive officer at KB Publikum Invest

o Kosta Ivanovski, CFA, Head of Investment Department at Sava Pension Company

o Aleksandar Manev, M.B.A. Economic analyst, co-owner of

13.30 Refinitiv presentation

14.00 Assembly closing

15.00 Boat trip (sponsored by Asseco-see) and lunch at St.Naum (sponsored by Refinitiv ).

21.30 Return by Boat to Hotel

Sunday, 02nd of June, 2019

Free/ Leaving the Hotel

24th Annual Assembly of ACI Macedonia- Save the Date!

When:         May 31st- June 2nd, 2019

Where:        Hotel Belvedere, Ohrid


Provisional Programme:

Friday, 31st of May 2019:

Welcome cocktail and dinner by the Pool

Saturday, 01st June 2019:

10.00 – Saturday morning will be reserved for the official part including presentations by ACI Macedonia (annual reports, plans, achievements, etc.), by monetary authorities, followed by specialized and expert presentations

15.00 – Boat trip to St. Naum, Food & Beverages

16.30 – Brief visit to Monastery St. Naum, historical retrospective

17.30 – Lunch & Dinner at Restaurant “Ostrovo”, St. Naum

19.00 – Ohrid’s Lake pure natural springs sailing promenade

21.30 – Return by Boat to Hotel

Sunday, 02nd June 2019:

Free/Leaving the Hotel


Registration for the event:

Registrations are closed for this event

Note:  Fee for the event is EUR 150,00 and it is non- refundable . Hotel accommodation for single room per night- EUR 35,00; for double room per person per night- EUR 25,00. The Association does not provide transport to the event.

For further information, please contact:

Bojan Cvetanovski: Tel. +389 78 300 874 ; e-mail:
Saso Radevski:       Tel.+389 2 3295 108;   e-mail:
Vesna Trajkovska    Tel: +389 23 247 415;  e-mail:


C U there!

Bloomberg Macedonia Fixed Income Day

Under the sponsorship of Bloomberg / London and organized by Bloomberg / London and ACI Macedonia on 20.02.2019 (Wednesday) at Hotel Marriot will be held Panel presentation and discussion on themes related to financial markets with the following agenda:


Registration, welcome and networking
Tea, coffee and biscuits


Tim Murphy, Application Specialist, Bloomberg


AUCT and EBND Explained


Group discussion and Audience Q&A

17.00h – 19.00h

Drinks, light buffet dinner and networking

The presentations will cover topics from the field of trading in securities on the primary and secondary market and interest rate swaps. Trading techniques with bonds, formation of interest rate swaps, formation of yield curve, trend analysis, valuation as well as post-trading activities and archiving.

The participation is free and open to all banks and financial institutions in the country.

Sign up for the event at the link below:



Money perspectives and payment systems – magazine Economy and Business

Author: Stojan Doneski

Through the history the money as payment service has changed in accordance with the population needs and with the circumstances that have ruled: coins, paper money, bills, checks, etc. Industrialization and rapid growth appealed the need of developing payment systems that could face accelerating need of money transfers. In the last 50 years money payment systems supported by the IT industry are facing development with very fast pace. As the systems of money payment are developing, the money are also evolving, so the first electronic money (electronic transfer of money) has appeared. After that there were launched payment cards and cards that are used in supermarkets for collecting points. Such cards in addition could be used for purchasing products from the same market. By that they represent one type of electronic payment. In the last 20 years, as the result of the development of IT Industry and internet as communication tools, electronic and internet payment has reached its peak. In the developed countries there are more rare situations of using paper money, so digital form of money is not unknown, and we are not going to be astonished if on some shop window we can see the following caption “we are not receiving cash, only payment cards’’.

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