Financial Services Scholar and Professional Donald L. Koch
Harvard Business School alumnus Donald L. Koch has over 40 years of experience in the financial sector. In addition to completing the Advanced Management Program at Harvard, he holds both a BA in economics from Principia College and a MA from Trinity College and has pursued additional graduate studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. An author or editor of more than 30 published articles on economics and monetary policy, Donald L. Koch has also shared his insight as a professor of finance at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In addition to serving as an associate editor of the official academic journal of the National Association of Business Economists, he contributed to and edited five books while serving as research director at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Mr. Koch’s professional accomplishments also include nearly a decade of leadership as chief economist at Barnett Banks of Florida, as well as service as an economic advisor to two former Florida governors. Mr. Koch currently presides over the operations of Koch Asset Management. As CEO, he leads the St. Louis firm’s investments within the financial services sector.