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Dr Josef Ackermann appointed a visiting professor at LSE

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is pleased to announce that Dr Josef Ackermann, chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank, has been appointed a visiting professor at LSE.

Dr Ackermann will be based in LSE's Department of Finance| and took up his appointment on 1 November 2007.

Dr Ackermann will be engaged in a range of teaching and research activities. This year he will be lecturing masters students on topics of risk management and will be organizing a public policy event through the Financial Markets Group.

Professor Ronald Anderson, head of the Department of Finance, commented on the appointment: 'We are delighted that Josef Ackermann has joined LSE. He brings with him a wealth of experience that will be of great benefit to students and colleagues.'

Howard Davies, Director of LSE, added: 'We are delighted that Dr Ackermann will be spending time with our faculty and students. His real world knowledge, combined with a long-standing interest in the academic underpinnings of financial markets, will add a new perspective to our work in the area.'

Dr Ackermann said: 'I feel honoured and pleased to share my experience in finance and banking with faculty and students of this prestigious university.'


For more information, contact LSE Press Office on 020 7107 5025 or email pressoffice@lse.ac.uk|.

29 November 2007