Ingrid Arndt-Brauer

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Ingrid Arndt-Brauer (born 20 March 1961 in Marburg) is a German politician and member of the SPD in the Bundestag.

Early life and education[edit]

After completing her secondary education with an Abitur, she studied business administration and sociology at University of Marburg, graduating in 1985.

Political career[edit]

Arndt-Brauer joined the Social Democratic Party in 1983. From 1994 until 1997, she served as a member of the district parliament (Kreistag) of Steinfurt. She became a member of the Bundestag on July 1, 1999, succeeding Ingrid Matthäus-Maier who had vacated her seat. Since the 2013 elections, she is the chairwoman of the parliament's finance committee.

In 2014, Arndt-Brauer advocated for changes to financial policy, such as splitting off the euro policy unit of the Federal Ministry of Finance.[1]

Other activities[edit]

  • Institut Finanzen und Steuern, Member of the Board of Trustees

Personal life[edit]

Ingrid Arndt-Brauer is married and has four children.


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