Luka Orešković

Luka is an investor, academic, and author. He is a Partner at Prosperus and a member of the Firm's Investment Committee.

Together with his team and partners he increased assets under management by 3x from €45m to €150m in 3 years from joining the company. At Prosperus, his work is related to setting the overall strategy and direction of the firm, in addition to co-leading processes related to dealing with sourcing and fundraising.

He also serves as a Chairman of the M+ Group Advisory Board, associate fellow at the Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science and advises the European Council on foreign relations.

Prior to joining Prosperus, Luka co - chaired Harvard University’s Business and Government in Emerging Europe Seminar with Harvard Business School professors as the youngest ever program head of Harvard’s Center for European Studies, he was the youngest member in the history of the economic council of the President of Croatia and was a member of the RTL Digital Advisory Board.

During his studies at Harvard, he was a regular correspondent and writer for The Economist, the Financial Times, the Moscow Times, Foreign Policy Magazine, and Huffington Post, and he co-authored two books, published by Springer and Lynne Riener Publishers.

His analyses regularly appear in the Financial Times, Politico, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, The New York Times, Forbes, South China Morning Post, CNBC, Reuters, and others.

Luka graduated from Harvard College with a concentration in history and Central and Eastern European studies.