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Stephan von Stenglin

Stephan von Stenglin

Former President of the Regional Office in Bremen, Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, Deutsche Bundesbank

1976 – 1977 : Studied at Leibniz Kolleg in Tübingen (Studium Generale) and at the University of Tübingen classical philology

1977 – 1979: Apprenticeship (Deutsche Bank AG in Hamburg)

1979 – 1985: Studied economics, history, and philosophy at the University of Göttingen (Graduate in Economics (Diplom-Volkswirt))

1986 – 1988: Trainee at the Deutsche Bundesbank’s Central Office

1988 – 2006: Various management positions in the Bundesbank’s International Relations Department.

During this time

1990: Deputy Head of the Bundesbank’s branch in Mainz

1990 – 1992: Advisor/Senior Advisor to the German Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

1995 – 1999: The Bundesbank’s Representative in Italy and Financial Attaché to the German embassy in Rome

2006 – 2011: Alternate Executive Director for Germany at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

2011 – 2022: President of the Deutsche Bundesbank’s Regional Office in Bremen, Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt

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