- Geeta Gopinath to head IMF
- Will be the Deputy Managing Director
- Successor to Jeffrey Okamoto
Geeta Gopinath, the first woman to become the IMF’s Chief Economist, has made history by becoming the head of the Monetary Fund. IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva said Geoffrey and Geeta were “excellent colleagues” and were happy that Geeta Gopinath was ready to take on the new role.
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In October 2018, Geeta Gopinath was appointed as the Chief Economist of the IMF. At the end of three years, Geeta Gopinath was promoted to the top post. Although born in India, Geeta Gopinath is a US citizen.
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IMF chief George Jeeva says the appointment of Geeta Gopinath is “the right person at the right time” to take over the leadership. “I believe Geeta, one of the leading macroeconomists, has the expertise to deal with the macroeconomic challenges facing member states during the Kovid era,” he said in a statement.
Bucket to prevent dirt from falling on the files! This office is like this