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Nadzorni svet

In accordance with DARS d.d. corporate charter, the board consists of nine members, three of whom are elected by the employees and act as their representatives. Six members are appointed by the general assembly; as the Republic of Slovenia is the sole shareholder, the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (Slovenski državni holding) is authorised to perform the assembly duty. Members hold a four-year mandate starting with the date of their appointment.

On 6 September 2019, the general assembly appointed Jože Oberstar and Jožef Zimšek to DARS supervisory board, their four-year mandate is effective as of 12 September 2019. On 23 June 2020, the general assembly appointed following members to DARS supervisory board: Anton Guzej, Pavle Hevka, Robert Rožič Ph. D., and Štefan Šumah Ph. D., with their four-year mandate effective as of 24 June 2020. The labour representatives in DARS d.d. supervisory board are Martin Stožir, who has been appointed on 5 June 2020 with his second consecutive mandate effective immediately, Nataša Ivančevič and Branko Švigelj, who have been appointed on 3 July 2020 with their mandate effective on 4 July 2020.


Pavle Hevka

President of the Supervisory board
dr. Robert Rožič

Deputy President of the Supervisory board
Anton Guzej

Member of the Supervisory board
Jože Oberstar

Member of the Supervisory board

Jože Oberstar graduated in 1997 from the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana. He is the founder of the Oberstar Law Office. He has more than 20 years of work experience, 13 of which in the private sector and the last 11 years in attorneyship. He boasts of a wealth of long-term experience in managing complex trade disputes at courts of justice. He has also actively participated in the restructuring and reorganisation of companies and holding companies. He is a lawyer with valuable experience in his field of expertise. After many years of working in the private sector (he managed the legal office and was deputy director for legal and staffing affairs in a major construction holding) and public administration (in the Office of the Minister for Internal Affairs - European Affairs Service), he became a lawyer in one of the largest law firms in Slovenia, where he also acted as an advisor to the management board for trade affairs. He lectures and provides advisory services to several companies. As of October 2015, he has been the owner of the Slovenian Directors' Association certificate, where he is also an active member. He is a member of several supervisory boards. In 2016 he became a member of the management board at the British-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce.

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dr. Štefan Šumah

Member of the Supervisory board
Jožef Zimšek

Member of the Supervisory board

Jožef Zimšek graduated in 1974 from the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, effectively becoming a civil engineer. He began his career path as the designer of roads and urban infrastructure at the Celje Development Centre, after which he assumed the role of Director at the Institute for Planning and Construction of the Municipality of Celje. Prior to the adoption of the local legislation, he became the last chairman of the Executive Council of the Municipality of Celje, and the first mayor of the Municipality of Celje following the adoption of the Local Self-Government Act. Between 2001 and 2010 he was employed by DARS d.d. where he took on the role of deputy chairman and advisor of the management board. He has considerable knowledge in the infrastructure area. He is currently working in the supervisory board of AMZS.

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Nataša Ivančevič

Member, labour representative
Martin Stožir

Member, labour representative


Martin Stožir, MSc, logistics engineer, was born in 1983. In 2015, he graduated from the Faculty of Logistics at the University of Maribor, with his thesis titled Reorganization of thermal heating system in the ACB Vransko. In 2018, he successfully completed his Master’s degree programme with a thesis titled The integration of renewable energy sources in ACB Vransko for bigger self-sufficiency. Since 2007, he has been a full-time employee at DARS d.d., working as a "driver technician" at the Vransko motorway base. He became a foreman there in 2019. He has been a member of the Works Council since 2012, now serving his third term. During his service, he has also received a certificate on the topic Basics of the worker co-management system and content of the work of the works council. In 2020, he was elected Chairman of the DARS d.d. Works Council. He has also been serving as a member of the team responsible for machine washing tunnels on the entire Slovenian motorway and expressway network. All throughout, he has been characterised by his diligent and responsible work performed within the company, and especially his respectful attitude towards all employees.

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Branko Švigelj

Member, labour representative