Armin Schmidt

Financial Economist Financial Specialist Graduate Engineer

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About

Summary and Timeline

"Do not seek others, but to surpass yourself."
Marcus Tullius Cicero (*106 v.Chr., †43 v.Chr.)

Summary

In 1998 I studied data and information technology at the Munich University of Applied Sciences graduation as a qualified engineer (fh). After that I was a freelance software Engineer and others works for companies such as Prüftechnik AG and Siemens AG.

In 2000, the topic of investment became so important to me that in 2002 I decided to to switch to the financial industry. I first became a freelance consultant for the marchollek, Lautenschläger and Partner AG. 2005 was followed by postgraduate studies at the financial academy the European Business School Oestrich Winkel on financial economics (ebs), in the same year the foundation of entarsis GmbH.

For about 13 years I have been dealing with portfolio construction and successfully use my specially developed software for stock valuation.


Facts

Personal and Professional Facts

Born
  • October 1970
Languages
  • German
  • English
Training
  • Financial Economist (ebs)
  • Financial Specialist (fh)
  • Graduate Engineer (fh)
Subject Area
  • Finances
  • Capital Accumulation
Specializations
  • Shares
  • Real Estate
  • Precious Metals

Timeline

Professional Milestones

  • July 2016
    Financial Specialist
    Recognition as a financial specialist.
  • July 2010
    Company Valuation
    Development of own valuation software for listed companies.
  • November 2005
    Financial Economist
    Contact studies in financial economics at European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel.
  • July 2005 - March 2018
    entarsis
    Foundation and management of entarsis GmbH based in Aschheim.
  • May 1998
    Graduate Engineer
    Studied data and information technology at the university of applied sciences in Munich.