Dr Don Stammer PhD

External Adviser

Dr Stammer lectured in economics and finance at the University of New England and the Australian National University prior to 1971 when he moved to the Reserve Bank of Australia to become its Deputy Chief Manager. He then became the Chief Economist/Director of Investment Strategy for Deutsche Bank Australia and its predecessor Bain & Company.

Don has also been a director of ING in Australia and for five years was Chairman of three ING listed property trusts. He was also chairman of Praemium Limited.

From 1987 to 2006 he contributed a fortnightly column on the economy and investments to Business Review Weekly. Until 2001, he made a weekly broadcast on the Australian economy and share market for the BBC World Service, and he contributed a regular column to the Japanese financial newspaper the Nihon Keizai Shimbun.

Don writes a weekly column for The Australian and is also an adviser to the Third Link Growth Fund, Altius Asset Management and the Children’s Medical Research Institute. He is also non-executive director of ING Private Equity Access Limited.

Qualifications

  • PhD (Australian National University)
  • MA (University of New England)
  • BA (University of New England)

Qualifications

  • PhD (Australian National University)
  • MA (University of New England)
  • BA (University of New England)