Milan has been the editor in chief at a Serbian weekly NIN since April 2013. He previously worked as the editor in chief for an economic and financial weekly Ekonom:east and a monthly magazine Bankar. From 2007 to 2008, Milan was an advisor to Rasim Ljajic, then Minister of Labor and Social Policy in the Serbian Government. From 1988 to 2007 he was an economic columnist and the head of Belgrade section at the Novi Sad–based daily Dnevnik where he was twice awarded an annual recognition for best journalist. For almost a year, he worked at a commercial department in Majevica, a Bačka Palanka-based company.
Milan holds a BA in Economics from The Faculty of Economics in Belgrade.
He was awarded the Top Promoter of the Reforms by the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) in 2011. He was given the Best European awardfor the field of economics for 2010 by the First EuropeanHouse NGO.
He was also presented with the best journalist award by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Club of Economic Journalists of Serbia in 2009 and 2010. He organized and moderated numerous business panel discussions including the Regional Summit of Central Bank Governors and Finance Ministers, as well as Round Tables with Representatives of the Serbian Government.
Milan was born on March 15th, 1958 in Mladenovo, near Bačka Palanka, Serbia.