Vuk Vučević obtained a Bachelor's Degree and Master's Degree from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. Before defending his Master's thesis, he spent some time in Manchester, attending the School of Social Science, University of Manchester, where he studied the issue of the use of market power, market monopolisation, as well as contemporary UK anti-monopoly regulations. After graduation, he worked in a company which was the general importer of Nissan, Japanese car brand, at the position of Business Development Manager. After that he worked on World Bank projects until 2005, after which he started his professional career in the field of financial and operating leasing, working for the leading European and global companies in the field of banking and leasing. During his career, he published numerous papers in the field of finance, tax regulations, marketing and sales. He is a member of numerous professional bodies and committees aiming at the improvement of regulations for the real sector and leasing industry in Serbia. He has been leading the team since 2014.