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Gerd HÄUSLER Consellor and Director of the International Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington D.C.

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1970-72 Apprenticeship, Deutsche Bank AG, Darmstadt Branch
1972-74 Studies in Law and Economics at the University of Frankfurt
1974-75 Studies at the University of Geneva
1976 Academy for International Law of the International Court of Justice
1975-77 University of Frankfurt Law School, State Examination in Law
1978-80 Trainee
1980-81 Deputy Manager, Frankfurt Branch
1981-83 Deutsche Bundesbank, Department of International Monetary Questions, Organizations and Agreements focused on The European Monetary System
1983-84 Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Private Secretary to the General Manager
1984-88 Head of the Office of the President
1988-90 Head of the Division of Money and Capital Markets Abroad, International Financial Markets, Foreign DM - Bond Issues
1990-94 Head of the Credit Department
1994-96 Deutsche Bundesbank, Member of the Directorate and Member of the Central Bank Council
1996-2000 Dresdner Bank AG, Member of the Board of Managing Directors, responsible for the bank's treasury business, as well as for its operations in the Asia-Pacific region, USA and UK
1997-2000 Dresdner Bank AG, Chairman of Dresdner Kleinwort Benson based in London assuming responsibility for Dresdner Bank Group's investment banking business
2001 Deutsche Börse in Frankfurt, Senior Advisor
2001-present International Monetary Fund, Consellor and Director of the International Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington D.C.