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Professor Erich Keller

Professor Erich Keller Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences

Main areas of teaching

  • Derivative financial instruments
  • Banking supervision, in particular capital and liquidity standards
  • Financial stability, in particular financial crisis and euro crisis

Lectures

  • Lectures in module W 1 Case studies on Monetary Policy and Financial Stability
  • Lectures as part of international cooperation with the University of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine (Kiev), the Bank of Russia Moscow Banking School (Moscow), the PBC School of Finance at Tsinghua University (Beijing), the Polessky State University (Pinsk) and the Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine (Sumy).

Special functions

  • Rector

Curriculum vitae

  • Trained and gained professional experience as a bank clerk
  • Studied business administration (with a special focus on central banking) at the Deutsche Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg; graduated as a business economist in September 1982
  • Employed as an inspector in the International, Organisation and Human Resources departments at the Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt am Main
  • Studied business administration at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main; awarded a scholarship from the German National Merit foundation (Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes); obtained a degree in business administration in July 1988
  • Employed as a research assistant at the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft); worked on the project “Empirical capital market research” at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
  • Awarded PhD by Goethe University Frankfurt am Main in March 1991
  • Awarded prize for the best dissertation in 1991 (7.500 DM) by IHK Frankfurt am Main
  • Full-time lecturer at the Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences in Hachenburg (with a focus on teaching the subjects Bank Business Administration, Central Bank Business Operations and Information Technology) since April 1991
  • Lectures at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (for a period of 7 years) and the PBC School of Finance at Tschingua University in Beijing (for a period of 15 years)
  • Appointed deputy rector of the Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences in March 2005
  • Appointed rector of the Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences in August 2006
  • Awarded title of "professor honoris causa" by the Polessky State University in Pinsk (Belarus) in April 2011
  • Awarded title of "doctor honoris causa" by the University of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine in Kiev in November 2011
  • Provision of expert opinions for the accreditation agencies ACQUIN and ZEvA
  • Re-appointed rector of the Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences in August 2012
  • Awarded title of professor honoris causa by the Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine in Sumy in September 2013

Research interests

  • Supervisory capital and liquidity standards
  • Consolidated accounting in accordance with the German Commercial Code (Handelsgesetzbuch) and IFRS
  • Bologna reform and higher education matters
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