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Loechel, Horst

Visiting Professor, CEIBS

Dr. Horst Loechel is visiting Professor at CEIBS. Prof. Loechel joined Frankfurt School in 1997 and had worked in different positions like Acting and Deputy Dean, Director of the Institute of Professional Education, and project manager in different projects inter alia with the European Bank Training Network (EBTN), the Central Bank of Uganda, and the Henley Management College, UK. Before that he had an appointment as Professor of Economics and Acting Head of the Banking and Finance department at the University of Cooperative Education, Berlin, Germany, since 1994.

Dr. Loechel studied economics at the J.-W.-Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany, where he was also awarded a PhD. and worked as a scientific assistant until 1994. He started his career as banker in a savings bank and later worked in leading positions in the controlling and finance departments of different commercial enterprises.

Dr. Loechel is member of the German Economic Society, the association of German economists, and the History Society of the Deutsche Bank AG as well as co-author of the well-known ‘Gabler Bank Lexikon’ (Gabler banking lexicon) and the ‘Studienwerk der Frankfurt School’ (study handbook of Frankfurt School) in Germany. He publishes regularly in scientific journals and newspapers, most recently with a focus on Asian and China topics. His newest books are The Future of Banking in China in 2006 and Praxiswissen Volkswirtschaft in Banking & Finance (Economic Know-how for banking & finance) in 2009.

  • Ph.D., Economics, J.-W.-Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany
  •  China's Financial Industry
  •  International Monetary Economics
  •  Economic Research
  •  European Integration
  •  International Monetary Economics
  •  Managerial Economics

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