Gëzim Gjikolli

Manager of Financial Advisory Services in Deloitte and Vice-President of Appraisers Association, Kosovo*

    Gëzim, a Manager at Deloitte Kosova's Financial Advisory Services (FAS) division, holds the distinction of being one of the pioneers of this service within the firm in Kosova. His role is centered on overseeing FAS advisory operations in Kosova, where he manages a diverse portfolio of financial advisory projects spanning various sectors of the economy. Deloitte's financial advisory offerings encompass a wide spectrum of services, including real estate valuations, business valuations, business planning, feasibility studies, and more.

    Gëzim's client base is diverse, comprising entities of varying sizes and developmental stages, both in the local and international spheres. His clientele includes institutional and private clients, as well as prominent enterprises in the real economy and financial sectors. His expertise primarily revolves around providing invaluable real estate counsel and support.

    Prior to his tenure at Deloitte, Gëzim served for several years as the leader of a real estate investment company, where he successfully managed one of the nation's most significant investments, the World Trade Center Prishtina. His professional journey has also included collaboration with numerous entities, including international organizations and governmental institutions.

    Furthermore, Gëzim currently holds the position of Vice-Chairman at the Kosova Appraisers Association (KAA), demonstrating his active involvement in promoting and advancing the field of appraisal within Kosovo.

    All Sessions by Gëzim Gjikolli

    14:30 - 15:30
    Grand Hall

    Closing the Gap(s): Unlocking the Real-Estate Potential

    The dysfunctional management of real estate is a major hindrance to our society's development. For instance, only half of Serbia's 10 million properties are registered in the cadastre and part of the regulated market. Many properties remain untapped due to inadequate spatial planning. This leads to legal uncertainties and hinders planned investments. Addressing property-related issues and reforming property management is a significant regional development opportunity, potentially unlocking billions in real estate investments and resolving numerous long-standing legal proceedings. This requires committed authorities and resource allocation, which, though not insignificant, are outweighed by the losses incurred by not addressing these issues. Sharing successful reform experiences is crucial for the region to progress and tackle longstanding problems.

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