Norbert Walter (economist)

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Norbert Walter
Norbert Walter 2012.jpg
Born (1944-09-23)23 September 1944
Weckbach, Bavaria
Died 31 August 2012(2012-08-31) (aged 67)[1]
South Tyrol[2]
Nationality German
Institution Deutsche Bank
Field Macroeconomics, Monetary economics
Alma mater University of Frankfurt
Influences Herbert Giersch

Norbert Walter (23 September 1944 – 31 August 2012) was a German economist. He was the chief economist of Deutsche Bank[3] from 1990 to 2009.

Born in Weckbach, Bavaria, Walter studied economics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, earning his Diplom in 1968.

In 1990, he succeeded Franz-Josef Trouvain as chief economist of Deutsche Bank, and remained in that position until 2009, when he was succeeded by Thomas Mayer.

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