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2013, iss. 30, pp. 147-165
Investement funds in the features of enhance corporate governance in Serbia
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Economy, Subotica

emailmilospjanic@ef.uns.ac.rs, jelenadj@ef.uns.ac.rs, nadam@ef.uns.ac.rs
Abstract
Globalization and the creation of monetary integration have contributed to the breaking down of barriers of national markets and creating a single global market. Considering the current economic situation in the world, it is clear that an alternative source of financing economic growth must be found, in addition to the usual promotional expensive (domestic) bank loans. The financial system in Serbia, as well as in some other European countries, is focused on banks, and therefore the funds and other capital market participants often face regulations that make their position more difficult. However, the adoption of an institutional framework for investment funds in Serbia, have opened up prospects to develop a non-banking propulsive work, which is very important for the further development of the banks which through its investment funds maintain control and regulate the transfer of substantial money from their savings to investment funds. Also, it would cause new net investments in the shares of those investment funds. In order to be able to conduct their activities, such in developed countries, the investment funds in Serbia must achieve much higher returns in the coming years and increase their proportion of assets to a significant level in the financial system of Serbia. The justification of this research is the fact that investment funds can and should be one of the generators of the development of the domestic economy in order to raise the competitiveness of the domestic companies for an easier inclusion to the global trends of modern business.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
published in SCIndeks: 23/01/2014