Doris M. Schönemann, Dr.rer.pol.
After studying Economics in Freiburg, Germany, and in Zurich, Switzerland, Doris M. Schönemann acquired a doctorate with Professor Dr. F. A. von Hayek, Nobel Laureate in economics. She gained experience as Financial Editor Education Programs with the University of St. Gallen, was Head of Private Banking at Bank Leu Ltd. between 1991 and 1993 and Director of Economic Research and Marketing of Zürcher Kantonalbank between 1985 and 1991.
Doris Schönemann founded Investor's Dialogue GmbH, an independent financial planning company in Zurich, Switzerland in 1994. She developed a special advisory method, RFP® Finance Personality. The company advises Private Clients (HNWI)and Small and Medium Companies (SME) on their investment strategy. In addition Investor’s Dialogue is active in Teaching and Research. Private Clients learn in a two-day course the basics of Financial Literacy. In a joint venture with the University of Zürich for Applied Sciences (ZHAW), research activities focus on different aspects of "Financial Literacy" in Switzerland. At the University of Zürich and ZHAW Dr Schönemann teaches post-graduate courses in Behavioural Finance.
Doris M. Schönemann is also Vice-Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the "Ausgleichsfonds der Alters- und Hinterlassenenversicherung AHV", i.e. the Swiss Federal Social Security Fund AVS/AI/APG and is a Member of the Board of Sustainable Performance Group AG, Zurich.
Her professional memberships include the Swiss Society for Financial Market Research, Editor, Financial Markets and Portfolio Management“; Association of German Female Entrepreneurs, Verband Deutscher Unternehmerinnen, vdu, Femmes Chefs d’Entreprises Mondiales and Business and Professional Women, BPW, Zurich.
Amongst her various publications are "Die Weltwährungsordnung", Fritz Knapp Verlag, 1984;
"Die 60/40-Regel", Orell Füssli, 1997; "Mit dem persönlichen Finanzplan zur ersten Million", Eichborn Verlag, 2000, translated into Chinese, 2002, Economic Daily Press, Peking, „Compliance – Risikomanagement für Privatkunden“ in “Finanzmärkte: Effizienz und Sicherheit“, Hrsg. Brigitte Strebel–Aerni, Verlag Schulthess, 2007, “Ansprüche institutioneller Investoren an die Nachhaltigkeit der Kapitalmärkte” in “Standards für nachhaltige Finanzmärkte”, Hrsg. Brigitte Strebel–Aerni, Verlag Schulthess, 2008.