Imf Has Appointed Christine Lagarde as Md for a Second Term


The International Monetary Fund has appointed Christine Lagarde (60) from France has been appointed as the Managing Director (MD) for a second five-year term. She was only candidate who is nominated for the post and IMF’s Executive Board has decided to re-nominate her by consensus.

  • She will take charge under the re-appointment on 5th July 2016 till 2021.
  • In 2011 she was appointed as MD of IMF for the first time by selection process on merit-based and transparent process.
  • Since 1944 from the implementation of IMF she was first woman to head the top post of IMF.

About Christine Lagarde:

  • She was born on 1st January 1956.
  • She is French lawyer and politician.
  • She had served as Minister of Finance and Minister for Foreign Trade of France before she was appointed as MD of IMF in 2011.
  • She had served as partner with the international law firm of Baker & McKenzie.

About International Monetary Fund (IMF)

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 188 countries which is working on

  • foster global monetary cooperation,
  • facilitate international trade,
  • secure financial stability,
  • promote high employment,
  • sustainable economic growth and
  • Reduce poverty around the world.

Headquarter of IMF is located at Washington, D. C.

- Published/Last Modified on: February 23, 2016