Deputy Auditor General
Mr. Jozo Serdarušić, M.Econ., was appointed to the position of Deputy Auditor General by the Decision of the Croatian Parliament of 21 October 2011 for a period of eight years.
He was born on 10 November 1949 in Roško Polje. He completed postgraduate specialist studies in the field of audit from the Faculty of Economics and Business in Zagreb, for which he received an annual award of the Croatian Association of Accountants and Financial Experts. He obtained the titles of certified auditor and certified state auditor. He obtained a diploma for supervision and corporate management for members of supervisory boards, management boards and governing councils at the Business College Libertas.
He was employed with various work organizations and institutions, Zagreb Radiotelevision and Zagreb Airport among others. During 1993 and 1994, he performed the duties of auditor and lead auditor for financial statements of joint stock companies with a registered auditing company.
Since 1 January of 1994 he worked in the State Audit Office as a certified state auditor performing the duties of the senior state auditor, then Head of the Department for audit of legal entities which are partly or fully financed from the budget and legal entities with majority share of state capital. He performed the activities as the assistant to the Auditor General from 1 October 1995 to 30 September 1999. He was the Project Leader on Twinning Project „Strengthening the External Oversight of Budget Execution“, which was successfully implemented in cooperation with the National Audit Office of the United Kingdom, and which was funded by European Union funds.
By the Decision of the Croatian Government of 10 April 2008, he was appointed a member of the National Committee for Monitoring the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Measures. He is a holder of the Homeland's Gratitude Medal. He is married and a father of two.