Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann Concardis Professor of Bank and Process Management
Apprenticeship at Commerzbank AG, Kiel, Germany (1977 - 1979). Studies of business administration at the universities of Kiel and Zurich, Switzerland (1980 - 1985). MBA (Dipl.-Kfm.). From 1986 till 1989 research associate at the Chair of Finance, University of Kiel. Completion of PhD thesis (Dr. sc. pol.). Subsequently five years of consulting experience in several German banks. Lecturer at European Business School (ebs), Oestrich-Winkel (1992 - 1994).
Since 1995 Professor of Banking at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Areas of teaching and research are Business Engineering and Process Management in banks. In 2005, foundation of ProcessLab – a research centre of Frankfurt School focusing on process management in the financial services industry. Visiting Professor at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs/USA, at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia, and the University of Hong Kong, China. Since 2014 holder of an endowed professorship for Bank and Process Management from Concardis GmbH.
Member of the supervisory board of Karis AG, Griesheim, and liaison tutor of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation, Berlin.
Positions in Advisory Councils and Jurys:
Member of the Editorial Board of the journal "BIT. Banking and Information Technology"
Associate Editor of the journal "Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal"
Member of the Frankfurt Payments Network e.V.
Jury member of competition "Innovation im Privatkundengeschäft von Banken" (Prof. Fischer/Prof. Bahlinger)
Jury member of competition "EURO FINANCE TECH Award 2016" (Maleki Group)
Organizer of the competition "Best Process Award" in cooperation with the journals "gi Geldinstitute" und "vb Versicherungsbetriebe"
Memberships in Academic Organizations:
German Informatics Society, Bonn
Association for Information Systems (AIS)
German Academic Association for Business Research, Cologne