Anita Dujmović, Chief Audit Executive Anita Dujmović was born on 23 January 1964, in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she completed primary school, secondary school of economics and Faculty of Economics at Džemal Bijedić University. Through many years of work in several large and successful commercial banks in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, she has gained working experience in dealing with customers, payment transactions, organization and technology in banks, accounting and reporting and compliance control of banks’ operations. Over the past 13 years, she coordinated the activities to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorist activities and managed the compliance functions in ADDIKO Bank ltd., Sarajevo. Since 2006, she has been an active member of the Commission for Monitoring the Implementation of the Law on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorist Activities in the Banking Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and participated in the work of numerous conferences and round tables on current topics in this area. She has also attended a numerous educations, seminars and conferences in the country and abroad, related to banking business, quality management of the organization's operations, compliance control, conducting of the fraud internal investigations and unethical behavior of employees. She acquired the title Internal Quality Auditor (ISO 90014: 2000) and the certificate by Bureau Veritas agency on 2002, and she successfully attended the “Development of Manager” training, organized by Gentis, ltd., Zagreb. She also has a certificate of Business Ethics and Compliance in Financial Organizations. Since 19 October 2017, by Decision on appointment as the Chief Audit Executive of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina, she has been assigned at this position at the term of four years.