Prof. Dr. André Tomfort

Department of Business and Economics

Professor of Financial Analysis and Management

Prof. Dr. André Tomfort

+49 30 30877-1147

Postal address
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin
Badensche Straße 52

10825 Berlin

Visiting address
Campus Schöneberg
Building B, Room B 5.52
Badensche Straße 50-51
10825 Berlin

André Tomfort studied Economics and Journalism at the Universities of Hamburg and

Freiburg.

In 1994 he completed his PhD in Monetary Economics, with a thesis investigating the possibilities of introducing a flexible Lombard rate.

Thereafter he worked as a Senior Economist in International Capital Markets at Credit Suisse, followed by a managerial position at Julius Baer in Fixed Income Research & Management and Global Macro-Strategy.

From 2000 to the end of 2003 Mr. Tomfort worked as the Head of Research and Asset Management at Rothschild Bank in Zürich.

Financial Economics

Management of International Asset Portfolios

Corporate Finance

Theory of Capital Market Finance

Behavioural Finance

Financial Economics (analysis of the interaction between macroeconomic processes and financial markets)

Management of international asset portfolios

Financial services

Risk management

Monetary theory and monetary foreign trade

Financing and investment

IPOs of biotech companies -the example of …

Recent forms of mezzanine financing – the product Preps TM

Hedge funds as an investment instrument in the portfolios of private clients

The securitisation of mortgages from banks – description of the securitisation process of German banks, using the example of the Berliner Volksbank

Integration of Financial Markets

Price and Expectation Building in Financial Markets

Inflation Expectations and their Impact on inflationary Processes

Expansionary Monetary Policy and its Impact on Financial Market Stability

The Development of Valuation Tools/Models to assess potential Price Bubbles in Asset Markets

Management of investment funds

Analysis and valuation of companies

Analyses of developments in financial markets for public and private institutions

The Japanese Asset Price Bubble: Evolvement and Consequences, Seite 132-141, in: Asian Journal of Economics and Empirical Research, Vol. 4, No.2, 2017

Crash und Geldflut – wie die Notenbanken die nächste Krise heraufbeschwören, Buch erschienen im Goldegg-Verlag, März 2017, 350 Seiten

Detecting Asset Price Bubbles: A Multifactor Approach, Seite 45-55, in: International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2017, 7 (1).

An Assessment on Recent Reforms of Financial Regulation after the Financial Crises, Seite 70-83, in: International Review of Social Sciences, Vol. 4, Issue 3, März 2016

Assessment of potential Housing Price Bubbles in Hong Kong and Shanghai – An Eclectic Approach, Seite 1-14, in: International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 8. No. 6. September 2012

The Role of Inflation Expectations, Seite 221-226, in: International Journal on GSTF Business Review, published by the Global Science & Technology Forum, Volume 1, August 2011

The Dynamics of Inflation and Inflation Expectations, Seite 38-46 in: Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Economics Research, organized by the Global Science and Technology Forum, Singapore, 2011

Descriptive and empirical analysis of Eastern European financial market integration; Seite 425-450, in: Transformations monétaire et financière dans les pays d` Europe centrale et orientale, Les Cahiers de Recherche No. 11 du Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche sur le Commerce Extérieur et l` Economie, Paris, März 2009

Some Explanatory Patterns for Emerging Market Crisis; Seite 50-60, in: Die Markt-strategien: Russland – Deutschland, Sammelband der Deutsch-Russischen Fachtagung der Universität für Ökonomie & Finanzen (Finec), St. Petersburg, Russland, Juni 2005

Risiko- und Ertragsanalyse von verschiedenen Anleiheformen; Seite 170-178, in: FinanzBetrieb, Zeitschrift für Unternehmensfinanzierung und Finanzmanagement, Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt, 4. Jahrgang, März 2002

Die Ertrags- und Risikoeigenschaften von Emerging Market Anleihen aus Sicht eines Schweizerischen Anlegers; Seite 267-282; in: Finanzmarkt und Portfolio Management, 14 Jahrgang 2000 – Nr. 4; Hrsg: Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Finanzmarktforschung u.a. Prof. Dr. Heinz Zimmermann, Universität St. Gallen; Bruno Gehrig, Schweizerische Nationalbank, Prof. Dr. Rene Stulz, Ohio State University, 2000

INSEEC Business and Communications Schools, Paris, France

EU Commission – EASME-SME Expert Team