Milan Narančić,


Name: MilanSurname: Narančić,AKA: Limun (Lemon)
Date of birth: Oct. 15, 1960Place of birth: Nationality: Serbian, CroatianAddress: Ljube Jovanovića, 4 (in Belgrade); Partizanska 18 (in Surčin); Ratarska, 75A (in Zagreb). He also resides in the Czech Republic
Spouse: Branka NarančićChildren: Interests: gambling, transport, trading cigarettes and oil, consulting and projecting, production of sanitary material
Alleged Illegal Activities: drugs, smuggling oil, cigarettes, stealing cars, murders, money launderingSource:
Additional Information:
Biography
A 2001 report from Serbia’s Special Police names Narančić as the top member of the Surčin clan, which was, together with the Zemun clan, the most powerful criminal group in Serbia at the time. Until 2000, his group was involved in all kinds of criminal activities. Most profits were made from drugs, smuggling oil, cigarettes and stealing cars. They have participated in many murders. Since 2000, group members have been active in money laundering and have penetrated into legal business (According to the 2001 special police report. Before 2003, the Surčin clan had many members, however, since then, this group formally does not exist and former members are now working autonomously.

Documents
Part of White book about Surčin clan


Countries of Residence
Croatia
Czech Republic
Serbia
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Croatia
Czech Republic
Countries Operating In
Czech Republic
Serbia

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
LjubišaBuhaČumemember of his groupOct. 14, 1964He is the former group leader. After 2003, he was a protected witness on the trial against the Zemun clan. He is the owner of ''Difens road'' construction company which was used for money laundering. He resides in Serbia.
PredragRankovićPeconimember of his group 1962He is among the top Serbian businessmen with many companies. He was tried in court for tax evasion.
Ljubomir JovanovićStakleni member of his group 1970He resides in Serbia
Zoran Šijanmember of his group He was killed in 1999
Zvonko Plećić Pleća member of his group He was killed in 2000 by the criminal Andrija Drašković)
NovakBuhamember of his group He resides in Serbia.
Milenko Radaković member of his group He resides in Serbia.
Miroljub Milojević member of his group He resides in Serbia.
Saša Jovanović Mrša member of his group He resides in Serbia.
Steva Bunčićmember of his group He resides in Serbia.
Nebojša Dangubićmember of his group He resides in Serbia.
NikolaNarančićson

Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
Investigation Narančić was named as top member of the Surčin clan, which was, together with the Zemun clan, the most powerful criminal group in Serbia. Until 2000, group was involved in all kinds of criminal activities but most profits were made from drugs.2001 Police report called the White Book
Arrest Narančić was once arrested in 2003, but released with no criminal charges pressed against him
Select A journalist who survived torture in 1996, in his confession published in several newspapers, named Narančić as the leader of a group that tourtured him.

Documents
Confession of Milovan Brkic
Part of White book about Surčin clan


Companies

NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
LD GamesPersonal
BN CompanyThrough Connected Person or Companyowned by his wife
Lucky LineThrough Connected Person or Companyowned by his wife
NIVAThrough Connected Person or CompanyCompany bought in privatization. Owned by his wife
Limun dooThrough Connected Person or Company
SRBIJAPROJEKTThrough Connected Person or CompanyCompany bought in privatization. Owned by his wife.

Documents
LD Games founding act (source: Czech business register)
SRBIJAPROJEKT privatization contract
NIVA privatization contract
BN COMPANY
LUCKY LINE change of founding act


Legal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
LD Games incomes and profit unknown
BN Company income: about 170.000 Euro, gain: about 2.300 Euro2007
NIVA income: about 3 million Euro, gain: about 20.000 Euro2008
Lucky Line income: 1 million Euro, gain: about 6.500 Euro2007
Srbijaprojekt income: about 256.000 Euro, gain: about 1.200 Euro2008

Illegal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
unknown

Donations & Charity

OrganizationAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Real Assets

Type of PropertyEstimated ValueDescriptionSource
Real-estatea villa in Belgrade
Real-estatea house in Surčin
Real-estatean apartment in Zagreb, Croatia
Carabout 100.000 EuroPorsche Cayenne jeep
Boathe visits the Croatian seaside every summer with an expensive yacht

Links & Connections

This section lists persons who are linked through other connections including businesses or mutual associates. This may not indicate a direct relationship between the parties.
Name of the Person / OrganizationDescriptionSource
Predrag Ranković aka PeconiPredrag Ranković aka Peconi, also former member of the Surčin clan, after 2004 bought many companies undergoing privatization and has become one of the top Serbian businessman with influence on political parties. He is also owner of Košava TV station with national coverage
Zoran ĆopićZoran Ćopić bought various agriculture companies in privatization in Serbia, most of them he bought through partnership with family of Antun Stanaj, convinced for organizing cigarette smuggling. Ćopic was charged for money laundering in august 2010 in Belgrade. Besides this, Ćopic is on trial since 2004 for cigarette smuggling, in 2010 and 2011 he is 3 times charged for abuses in privatization and in mid 2011 he is arrested in Banja Luka (Bosnia and Hercegovina) and accused for money laundering. In interview for OCCRP, given one week before arrest, Ćopić said that Narančić is his old friend.

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