Currently the CEO of Koch Asset Management, Donald L. Koch started out as the chief economist for the Barnett Banks of Florida in 1973. In that capacity, he helped manage a multibillion-dollar investment portfolio. He was also responsible for organizing research as well as overseeing the company’s relationship with its investors. A year after he left the Barnett Banks of Florida, Donald L. Koch transferred to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, serving as its senior vice president. In 1982, he pursued graduate studies at the Harvard Business School, enrolling in its Advanced Management Program. He established the Koch Charitable Foundation in 1990. The foundation aims to encourage a thorough understanding of the US Constitution, The Bill of Rights, and The Declaration of Independence. To this end, the foundation has sponsored numerous school seminars that involved speakers such as Henry Kissinger, James Baker, and Colin Powell. Drawing from his extensive experience in the field, Donald L. Koch has written over 30 articles on business economics. In addition, he was authorized by The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta to edit and co-author several books about business economics and money policy.

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