House of Finance Goethe-Universität Frankfurt: Financial competence bundled under a single roof

The House of Finance brings together Goethe Uni­ver­­si­­ty’s interdisciplinary re­­search on finance, monetary economics, and corporate and financial law. Nine aca­­­­demic research and training units with ap­­proximately 200 staff work to­­geth­­er in the House of Finance. The Fa­­c­ul­­­­ty of Eco­­­­nomics and Business Ad­­mini­stra­­tion, the Department of Cor­­­po­­­rate and Fi­­nan­­cial Law, as well as af­­fil­i­­ated ins­­­ti­­tutes – such as the Center for Fi­­­nan­­cial Stud­­ies, the Ins­­­­­­ti­­tute for Law and Fi­­nance, the E-Fi­­nance Lab, the Ins­­ti­­tute for Mon­e­tary and Fi­­nan­­cial Sta­­­bil­­ity, the Graduate School of Economics, Finance, and Man­agement, and the International Center for In­­sur­ance Re­­gu­la­­tion – all con­­tribute to the House of Finance’s excellent re­­search output. Num­­erous publications in top ranked jour­­nals, German legal com­­men­­taries and mo­­nographs testify to this. Goethe Busi­­ness School and the Insti­tu­­te for Law and Finance offer programmes for ex­­ecu­­tive edu­­cation at the postgraduate level that meet the highest internatio­nal standards. The Graduate School of Eco­­no­mics, Fi­­nance, and Management aims to establish a pre­­mier European center for quantita­­tive and research-oriented grad­­uate-level education in economics, fi­­nance and man­­age­ment. The House of Fi­­­­nance seeks to serve as a forum for an ex­­change of ideas on theory and practice for Ger­­many, Eu­­rope and the rest of the world.



  1. Address

    Grüneburgplatz 1
    D-60323 Frankfurt am Main
    Telefon +49 (0) 69 798-34000
    Telefax +49 (0) 69 798-33910
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  3. Business Activity

    research focused on finance,
    money and macroeconomics,
    and corporate and financial law; education
    and advanced training (Ph.D., MBA, LL.M
    and other master’s programs)