Salzburg Global Seminar Session Participant Profiles
Mon 18 Aug - Wed 20 Aug, 2014

Andreas Dombret Andreas Dombret (Chairperson)

Country/Region: Germany

Deutsche Bundesbank

Most Recently Attended: (2013)
Out of the Shadows: Regulation for the Non-Banking Financial Sector

Biography:
Andreas Dombret is a member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank with responsibility for financial stability, statistics and risk control. In addition, he sits on the Board of Trustees of the Center for Financial Studies in Frankfurt, the Österreichische Bankwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (Austrian Society for Bank Research) in Vienna, the Westfälische Wilhelms University in Münster, the Schirn Kunsthalle (an art exhibition centre) and the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, and the Museum Wiesbaden. He is also a member of the Board of the International Center for Monetary and Banking Studies in Geneva and the Exchange Experts Commission as well as the treasurer of the Verein für Socialpolitik and the Atlantik-Brücke. He is also a co-editor of the Zeitschrift für das gesamte Kreditwesen, an economics journal in Frankfurt. Mr. Dombret formerly worked at JP Morgan in Frankfurt and London, from 1999 as a managing director. From 2002 to 2005, he was the co-head of Rothschild Germany, located in Frankfurt and London, before serving Bank of America as vice chairman for Europe and head for Germany, Austria and Switzerland between 2005 and 2009. He was awarded an honorary professorship from the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel in 2009. Mr. Dombret studied business management at the Westfälische Wilhelms University in Münster and received a Ph.D. from Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen. Dr. Dombret served on the faculty of Sessions 478, New Rules for Global Finance: Which kinds of regulation are useful and which are counterproductive?, in 2011, 492, Financial Regulation: Bridging Global Differences, in 2012 and 516, Out of the Shadows: Regulation for the Non-Banking Financial Sector, in 2013.

Media files from Andreas Dombret

Systemic Risk, “Too big to fail“and Resolution Regimes: Part One

Systemic Risk, “Too big to fail“and Resolution Regimes: Part One