Christian Buschmann, born in 1982, is an external Ph.D.-student at the Economics Department at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management.
After his German A-Levels (Abitur) in 2002, Mr. Buschmann studied business administration with a special focus on finance, asset and corporate management at the Business and Information Technology School (BiTS) in Iserlohn and the University of Stirling in Scotland. He is holding a diploma-degree in business administration. Mr. Buschmann gained first professional experience at the security departments of two saving banks as well as at a real estate company in Switzerland and at the capital markets division of a privately held bank in Munich. In 2007, he started a traineeship at the treasury department of Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt am Main and London. After his traineeship, Mr. Buschmann joined an extra-occupational Master-of-Finance-Programme at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. He graduated with a Master-of-Science degree in 2010. From 2011 on, as liability manager, he was responsible for the funding of Erste Europäische Pfandbrief- und Kommunalkreditbank AG (EEPK), a public-finance-specialized subsidiary of Commerzbank in Luxembourg. Since spring 2013, Mr. Buschmann is again with Commerzbank’s Group Treasury in Frankfurt am Main.
Mr. Buschmann’s academic focus is on financial crisis, especially sovereign debt and banking crisis their causes and the consequences for the international fixed income and derivative markets.