About Donald L Koch

Economic expert Donald L. Koch presently serves as President of Koch Asset Management in St. Louis, Missouri. Established by Mr. Koch in 1988, Koch Asset Management is a money management firm that assists clients with investing in the financial service industry. The company regularly files with the Security and Exchange Commission with holdings of 5 percent or larger and also functions as the largest shareholder of Carver Federal Savings Bank in New York.

In support of his career, Donald L. Koch has acted as President of his local chapter of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) and has previously functioned as the Associate Editor of Business Economics, the publication affiliated with NABE. He also maintains memberships with the Society of Financial Analysts and the Eliot Society at Washington University. Donald L. Koch first gained his economic expertise when he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Principia College. He continued his education at Trinity College, where he earned a Master’s degree with distinction. In addition, Mr. Koch completed classes at Harvard University, Harvard Business School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has also served as a professor of finance at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he taught graduate level courses.

In order to give back to the community, Donald L. Koch founded the Donald L. & Christina Koch Foundation. The Foundation sponsors distinguished speakers, including Henry Kissinger and Colin Powell, who visit high schools and speak to students about the Bill of Rights, the Constitution of the United States, and the Declaration of Independence. Koch was recently honored with the Distinguished Daycrofter Award, which he received from his college preparatory school in Connecticut.


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