Dr Ana Ivković was born on 26 May 1974 in Užice.
In 1998, she graduated from the Faculty of Economics of Belgrade University, Department of Finance, Banking, and Insurance, and defended her master’s thesis “Operational Implementation of Monetary Policy Measures” at the Department of Monetary, Banking and Financial Management. In 2016, she earned her PhD degree with the thesis “The Central Bank Impact on the Functioning and Development of the Money Market”.
From 1999 to 2001, she worked at the Research and Development Department of Beogradska banka a.d. She joined the National Bank of Serbia in 2002 and has since held various posts, including those of an adviser at the Foreign Exchange Department, General Manager of the Financial Stability Department and General Manager of the Economic Research and Statistics Department. She was appointed Vice-Governor in September 2018. During her over 20-years engagement at the National Bank of Serbia, she has been active in developing the reporting and analytical apparatus, assessing the effects of measures undertaken, and making macroeconomic and monetary analyses and projections. She has reported on international practice in various fields, and has participated in the preparation, exchange, and presentation of strategic documents in the process of Serbia’s accession to the European Union.
She has published a number of papers about foreign capital inflows and the local and international capital markets.
She lives in Belgrade. She is a widow and a mother of two children.