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The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« on: March 31, 2010, 04:17:36 PM »
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A NIGH ON COMPLETE LIST OF EVERY CENTRAL BANKER ON THE PLANET! ADMIN PLEASE STICKY.......



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Re: The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2010, 09:49:29 PM »
bump.......admins any chance of breaking the letter count? i want to post said article here.

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Re: The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2010, 02:23:51 AM »
Steve, great job! Why don't you edit these two posts that you made and split the content among them? (I have no idea how to edit the prefs).

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« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2010, 03:25:42 AM »
Feel free to add, update and modify............any Zio intel is appreciated as well. Enjoy......

Bank for International Settlements (BIS)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_for_I ... ettlements
http://www.bis.org/about/board.htm

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Board of Directors

Christian Noyer, Paris (Chairman of the Board of Directors)

Hans Tietmeyer, Frankfurt am Main (Vice-Chairman)

Ben S Bernanke, Washington, DC; Mark Carney, Ottawa; Mario Draghi, Rome;  William C Dudley, New York; Philipp Hildebrand, Zürich; Stefan Ingves, Stockholm; Mervyn  King, London; Jean-Pierre Landau, Paris; Henrique de Campos Meirelles, Brasilia; Guy Quaden, Brussels; Fabrizio Saccomanni, Rome; Masaaki Shirakawa, Tokyo; Jean-Claude Trichet, Frankfurt am Main; Paul Tucker, London; Axel Weber, Frankfurt am Main; Nout H E M Wellink, Amsterdam; Zhou Xiaochuan, Beijing

Alternates

Paul Fisher or Michael Cross, London; Pierre Jaillet or Denis Beau, Paris; Donald L Kohn or D Nathan Sheets, Washington, DC; Hans-Helmut Kotz or Wolfgang Mörke, Frankfurt am Main; Peter Praet or Jan Smets, Brussels; Ignazio Visco, Rome

About the Board

The Board of Directors has at present 19 members (January 2010). The Board has six ex officio directors, comprising the Governors of the central banks of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom and the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System. Each ex officio member may appoint another member of the same nationality. The Statutes also provide for the election to the Board of not more than nine Governors of other member central banks. The Governors of the central banks of Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland and the President of the ECB are currently elected members of the Board.

The Board of Directors elects a Chairman from among its members for a three-year term. The Board also elects a Vice-Chairman.

The Board is responsible for determining the strategic and policy direction of the BIS, supervising the management, and fulfilling the specific tasks given to it by the Bank's Statutes. It meets at least six times a year. Four advisory committees, made up of selected Board members, assist the Board in its work:

    * The Administrative Committee reviews key areas of the Bank's administration, such as budget and expenditures, HR policies and IT. The Committee is chaired by the Board's Vice Chairman, Hans Tietmeyer.
    * The Banking and Risk Management Committee addresses the financial objectives and the business model for BIS banking operations, and the risk management framework of the BIS. The Committee's Chairman is Stefan Ingves.
    * The Audit Committee is the Board's contact with Internal & External Auditors and Compliance, and examines the implementation of the Bank's risk management framework and policies. The Committee is chaired by Christian Noyer.
    * The Nomination Committee deals with the appointment of the six members of the BIS Executive Committee and is chaired by the Board's Chairman.

The Board has adopted a Code of Conduct for Members of the Board of Directors.

Management of the BIS

The General Manager is Jaime Caruana. The Deputy General Manager is Hervé Hannoun.

The General Manager - the Bank's chief executive officer - carries out the policy determined by the Board of Directors and is responsible to the Board for the management of the Bank.

The heads of the three main departments are Peter Dittus (General Secretariat), Stephen Cecchetti (Monetary and Economic Department) and Günter Pleines (Banking Department). The General Counsel is Diego Devos.

Other senior officials are Jim Etherington (Deputy Secretary General), Louis de Montpellier (Deputy Head of Banking) and Josef Tošovský (Chairman, Financial Stability Institute).  Claudio Borio and Philip Turner are the Deputy Heads of the Monetary and Economic Department.

Eli Remolona is Chief Representative, Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific, and Gregor Heinrich is Chief Representative, Representative Office for the Americas.


Burundi:    Bank of the Republic of Burundi......i dont speak french

The Gambia:    Central Bank of The Gambia.....no data

Montenegro:    Central Bank of Montenegro......No data

CERTAIN AFRICAN COUNTRIES ARE RUN BY THE FOLLOWING............
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_Ce ... can_States
http://www.beac.int/
Headquarters    Yaoundé, Cameroon
Established    1972
President    Philibert Andzembe
Central Bank of    Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
Currency    Central African CFA franc
ISO 4217 Code    XAF
Cameroon:    Bank of Central African States
Central African Republic:    Bank of Central African States
Chad:    Bank of Central African States
Gabon:    Bank of Central African States
Congo:    Bank of Central African States
Equatorial Guinea: Bank of Central African States


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Ba ... can_States
Headquarters    Dakar, Senegal
Established    1961
President    Philippe-Henri Dakoury-Tabley
Central Bank of    West African Economic and Monetary Union
Currency    West African CFA franc
ISO 4217 Code    XOF
Website    http://www.bceao.int
Côte d'Ivoire:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Benin:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Burkina Faso:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Senegal:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Togo: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Niger:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Mali:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Guinea Bissau:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)



IMF

http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/eds.htm
http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/officers.htm
http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/members.htm

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Senior Officials of the International Monetary Fund
Last Updated: March 03, 2010


Managing Director    Dominique Strauss-Kahn
First Deputy Managing Director    John Lipsky
Deputy Managing Director    Murilo Portugal
Deputy Managing Director    Naoyuki Shinohara
Economic Counsellor    Olivier Blanchard
Financial Counsellor    José Viñals
African Department Director    Antoinette Monsio Sayeh
Asia and Pacific Department Director    Anoop Singh
European Department Director    Marek Belka
External Relations Department Director    Caroline Atkinson
Finance Department Director    Andrew Tweedie
Fiscal Affairs Department Director    Carlo Cottarelli
Human Resources Department Director    Shirley Siegel
IMF Institute Director    Leslie Lipschitz
Legal Department General Counsel and Director    Sean Hagan
Middle East and Central Asia Department Director    Masood Ahmed
Monetary and Capital Markets
Department Director    José Viñals
Research Department Director    Olivier Blanchard
Secretary's Department
Secretary    Siddharth Tiwari
Statistics Department Director    Adelheid Burgi-Schmelz
Strategy, Policy, and Review Department Director    Reza Moghadam
Technology and General Services Department Director    Frank Harnischfeger
Technology and General Services Department Chief Information Officer    Jonathan Palmer
Western Hemisphere Department Director    Nicolas Eyzaguirre
Office of Budget and Planning Director    Daniel Citrin
Office of Internal Audit and Inspection Director    G. Russell Kincaid
Office of Technical Assistance Management Director    Alfred Kammer
Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Director    Akira Ariyoshi
Offices in Europe Director    Emmanuel van der Mensbrugghe
Special Representative to the UN    Elliott Harris
Independent Evaluation Office
Director    Moises J. Schwartz

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IMF Executive Directors and Voting Power
 Director  Alternate Casting Votes of    Votes by Country Total Votes1 Percent
of Fund
Total2
Appointed
Meg Lundsager
Douglas A. Rediker    United States    371,743    371,743    16.74
Daisuke Kotegawa
Hiromi Yamaoka    Japan    133,378    133,378    6.01
Klaus D. Stein
Stephan von Stenglin    Germany    130,332    130,332    5.87
Ambroise Fayolle
Aymeric Ducrocq    France    107,635    107,635    4.85
Alex Gibbs
James Talbot    United Kingdom    107,635    107,635    4.85

Director
Alternate    Casting Votes of    Votes by Country    Total Votes1    Percent
of Fund
Total2
Elected
Willy Kiekens (Belgium)
Johann Prader (Austria)      Austria    18,973         
Belarus    4,114         
Belgium    46,302         
Czech Republic    8,443         
Hungary    10,634         
Kazakhstan    3,907         
Luxembourg    3,041         
Slovak Republic    3,825         
Slovenia    2,567         
Turkey    12,163    113,969    5.13
 
Age F.P. Bakker (Netherlands)
Yuriy G. Yakusha (Ukraine)    Armenia    1,170         
Bosnia and Herzegovina    1,941         
Bulgaria    6,652         
Croatia    3,901         
Cyprus    1,646         
Georgia    1,753         
Israel    9,532         
Macedonia, former Yugoslav Republic of    939         
Moldova    1,482         
Montenegro    525         
Netherlands    51,874         
Romania    10,552         
Ukraine    13,970    105,937    4.77
 
Ramón Guzmán Zapater (Spain)
Carlos Pérez-Verdía (Mexico)    Costa Rica    1,891         
El Salvador    1,963         
Guatemala    2,352         
Honduras    1,545         
Mexico    31,778         
Nicaragua    1,550         
Spain    30,739         
Venezuela, República Bolivariana de    26,841    98,659    4.44
 
Arrigo Sadun (Italy)
Panagiotis Roumeliotis (Greece)    Albania    737         
Greece    8,480         
Italy    70,805         
Malta    1,270         
Portugal    8,924         
San Marino    420         
Timor-Leste    332    90,968    4.10
 
HE Jianxiong
LUO Yang    China    81,151    81,151    3.65
 
Thomas Hockin (Canada)
Stephen O'Sullivan (Ireland)    Antigua and Barbuda    385         
Bahamas, The    1,553         
Barbados    925         
Belize    438         
Canada    63,942         
Dominica    332         
Grenada    367         
Ireland    8,634         
Jamaica    2,985         
St. Kitts and Nevis    339         
St. Lucia    403         
St. Vincent and the Grenadines    333    80,636    3.63
 
Duangmanee Vongpradhip (Thailand)
Adrian Chua Tsen Leong (Singapore)    Brunei Darussalam    2,402         
Cambodia    1,125         
Fiji    953         
Indonesia    21,043         
Lao People's Democratic Republic    779         
Malaysia    15,116         
Myanmar    2,834         
Nepal    963         
Philippines    9,049         
Singapore    8,875         
Thailand    11,069         
Tonga    319         
Vietnam    3,541    78,068    3.52
 
Hi-Su Lee (Korea)
Christopher Legg (Australia)    Australia    32,614         
Kiribati    306         
Korea    29,523         
Marshall Islands
   285         
Micronesia, Federated States of    301         
Mongolia    761         
New Zealand    9,196         
Palau    281         
Papua New Guinea    1,566         
Samoa    366         
Seychelles    338         
Solomon Islands    354         
Vanuatu    420    76,311    3.44
 
Per Callesen (Denmark)
Jarle Bergo  (Norway)    Denmark    16,678         
Estonia    902         
Finland    12,888         
Iceland    1,426         
Latvia    1,518         
Lithuania    1,692         
Norway    16,967         
Sweden    24,205    76,276    3.43
 
A. Shakour Shaalan (Egypt)
Sami Geadah (Lebanon)    Bahrain    1,600         
Egypt    9,687         
Iraq    12,134         
Jordan    1,955         
Kuwait    14,061         
Lebanon    2,280         
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya    11,487         
Maldives    332         
Oman    2,190         
Qatar    2,888         
Syrian Arab Republic    3,186         
United Arab Emirates    6,367         
Yemen, Republic of    2,685    70,852    3.19
 
Abdallah S. Alazzaz
(Saudi Arabia)
Ahmed Al Nassar
(Saudi Arabia)    Saudi Arabia    70,105    70,105    3.16
 
Samuel Itam (Sierra Leone)
Moeketsi Majoro (Lesotho)      Angola    3,113         
Botswana    880         
Burundi    1,020         
Eritrea    409         
Ethiopia    1,587         
Gambia, The    561         
Kenya    2,964         
Lesotho    599         
Liberia    1,542         
Malawi    944         
Mozambique    1,386         
Namibia    1,615         
Nigeria    17,782         
Sierra Leone    1,287         
South Africa    18,935         
Sudan    1,947         
Swaziland    757         
Tanzania    2,239         
Uganda    2,055         
Zambia    5,141    66,763    3.01
 
René Weber (Switzerland)
Katarzyna Zajdel-Kurowska (Poland)    Azerbaijan    1,859         
Kyrgyz Republic    1,138         
Poland    13,940         
Serbia    4,927         
Switzerland    34,835         
Tajikistan    1,120         
Turkmenistan    1,002         
Uzbekistan    3,006    61,827    2.78
 
Aleksei V. Mozhin
(Russian Federation)
Andrei Lushin
(Russian Federation)    Russian Federation    59,704    59,704    2.69
 
Mohammad Jafar Mojarrad
(Islamic Republic of Iran)
Mohammed Daïri (Morocco)    Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of    1,869         
Algeria    12,797         
Ghana    3,940         
Iran, Islamic Republic of    15,222         
Morocco    6,132         
Pakistan    10,587         
Tunisia    3,115    53,662    2.42
 
Paulo Nogueira Batista, Jr. (Brazil)
Vacant      Brazil    30,611         
Colombia    7,990         
Dominican Republic    2,439         
Ecuador    3,273         
Guyana    1,159         
Haiti    1,069         
Panama    2,316         
Suriname    1,171         
Trinidad and Tobago    3,606    53,634    2.42
 
Arvind Virmani (India)
P. Nandalal Weerasinghe
(Sri Lanka)    Bangladesh    5,583         
Bhutan    313         
India    41,832         
Sri Lanka    4,384    52,112    2.35
 
Pablo Andrés Pereira (Argentina)
David Vogel (Uruguay)      Argentina    21,421         
Bolivia    1,965         
Chile    8,811         
Paraguay    1,249         
Peru    6,634         
Uruguay    3,315    43,395    1.95
 
Laurean W. Rutayisire (Rwanda)
Kossi Assimaidou (Togo)
Benin    869         
Burkina Faso    852         
Cameroon    2,107         
Cape Verde    346         
Central African Republic    807         
Chad    810         
Comoros    339         
Congo, Democratic Republic of    5,580         
Congo, Republic of    1,096         
Côte d'Ivoire    3,502         
Djibouti    409         
Equatorial Guinea    576         
Gabon    1,793         
Guinea    1,321         
Guinea-Bissau    392         
Madagascar    1,472         
Mali    1,183         
Mauritius    1,266         
Niger    908         
Rwanda    1,051         
São Tomé and Príncipe    324         
Senegal    1,868         
Togo    984    29,855    1.34
               2,214,6073    99.724
1Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund's resources in that Department.
2Percentages of total votes (2,220,817) in the General Department and the Special Drawing Rights Department.
3This total does not include the votes of Kosovo, Mauritania, Somalia, and Zimbabwe, which did not participate in the 2008 Regular Election of Executive Directors. The total votes of these members are 6,210 - 0.28 percent of those in the General Department and Special Drawing Rights Departement.
4This figure may differ from the sum of the percentages shown for individual countries because of rounding.



Afghanistan:  Bank of Afghanistan

http://www.centralbank.gov.af/board-of-directors.php
http://www.centralbank.gov.af/executive-staff.php

 
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Executive Staff

Abdul Qadeer Fitrat - Governor of Da Afghanistan Bank (Central Bank of Afghanistan)
 

Abdul Qadeer Fitrat was nominated as Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) by the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in early September and was confirmed by the Parliament on November 17, 2007. Governor Fitrat had previously served as First Deputy Governor and Governor of DAB in 1995 and 1996 respectively. Governor Fitrat also worked as Assistant Research Coordinator for a USAID-supported project, called ESSP in Peshawar, Pakistan, Chairman of Bank–e-Millie Afghan (BMA) in Kabul, Afghanistan in early 1990s and a Consultant for Economist to the International Monetary Fund in Washington in late 1990s. He also served as a consumer banker to the First Union National Bank in Northern Virginia during 2000-2001.  
Most recently, Governor Fitrat served as an Advisor to the Executive Director at the World Bank for the last nearly three and a half years.
Governor Fitrat attended primary school in Badakhshan and secondary school in Kabul. He holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan and a Masters degree in Social & Applied Economics with an emphasis on monetary economics from the Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio in the United States.

          

Mohibullah Safi – First Deputy Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank

Mohibullah Safi was born in the year 1975 at kunar province. He migrated to Pakistan during Russian invasion. He did his undergraduate and master degrees in Computer Sciences from the reputed institution, University of the Punjab in 1997. Currently he is studying MA economics from Peshawar University on DL basis.
He worked as system analyst at a US-based firm NeuroDyne for almost a year. He was a lecturer at Tameer-e-Seerat Model Degree College, for almost two years, then he joined the Islamic University for Science and Technology as assistant professor for 2 years.
He worked for the USAID-Afghanistan Economic Governance Project at the central bank for two years and then joined the Da Afghanistan Bank as Deputy Director General Monetary Policy Department, in this capacity he worked on:

    * GDDS (General Data Dissemination System)
    * Five year strategic plan
    * Monetary Policy Formulation
    * Establishment of statistical base for monetary and external sector.

He has closely worked with the IMF on SMP and PRGF program

 
        
Alhaj M. Issa Turab Second Deputy Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank

Second Deputy Turab was appointed to his current position in 2001 and graduated from the Economics faculty of Kabul University in 1974.
Second Deputy Turab joined DAB in 1994 in that capacity. In 1996, Mr. Turab served as First Deputy Governor. Since 2001, Mr. Turab has served as Second Deputy Governor.
Second Deputy Turab served as Deputy Commercial Manager for Bank Mili in 1993. Mr.Turab was Administrative President for the Ministry of Water and Power in 1992, and also has significant experience in accounting with that Ministry.

Members of Supreme Council
 
        Abdul Qadeer Fitrat ,DAB Governor and Chairman of Supreme Coucil (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Mohibullah Safi, First Deputy Governor of DAB and vice Chairman Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of   Directors).
          
        Dr. Abdul Ghani Ghawasi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr. Omer Zakhilwal Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr. Shah Mohammad Mehrabi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Noorullah Delawari Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr.Ghulam Mohammad Yalaqi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).



Albania:    Bank of Albania  

http://www.bankofalbania.org/web/SC_Members_2165_2.php

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Members of the Bank of Albania Supervisory Council

The Supervisoy Council of the Bank of Albania is made up of nine members, three from the Bank of Albania and six external members. The Supervisory Council members from the Bank fo Albania are Mr. Ardian Fullani, Chairman (Governor) and Mr. Fatos Ibrahimi, Vice Chairman (First Deputy Governor), and the external members are Mr. Limos Malaj, Mr. Ksenofon Krisafi, Mrs. Tefta Çuçi, Mr. Adrian Civici, Mr. Halit Xhafa, Mr. Arjan Kadareja and Mr. Benet Beci.

Algeria:    Bank of Algeria

http://www.bank-of-algeria.dz/who.htm

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ONSEIL DE LA MONNAIE ET DU CREDIT

Mohammed LAKSACI : Président

Ali Belahbib : Secrétaire Général

Adresse : Immeuble Joly
38 Avenue Franklin ROOSEVELT -ALGER-
Téléphone : 213-21 23.00.23
Téléphone/Fax : 213-21 23.03.71
Télex : 213-21-66499 / 66437
Correspondance : Arabe - Anglais - Français

Le Conseil de la Monnaie et du Crédit se compose :

Du Conseil d'Administration :

    - Mohammed LAKSACI : Président
    - Ali TOUATI : Membre
    - Choaib EL HASSAR : Membre
    - Hadji BABA AMI : Membre
    - Amar HIOUANI : Membre
    - Faïçal ABBAS : Membre

Et de deux membres du Conseil de la Monnaie et du Crédit :

    - Abderrahmane BENKHALFA,
    - Mustapha Djamel BABA AHMED

Censeurs de la Banque d'Algérie :

    - Madani OULD ZMIRLI.

    Les membres du CMC sont nommés par décret présidentiel.

COMMISSION BANCAIRE

Mohammed LAKSACI - Président
Kamel AKHROUF - Secrétaire Général
Nadia ABDI - Membre
Farid TIAIBA - Membre
Redouane Yacine BADSI - Membre
Djamila BERRA épouse HAMZA - Membre
Malek Wahib BENHAMMOU - Membre

Adresse : 7, boulevard Che Guevara- Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-71.07.58
Télefax : 213-21-71.35.64

BANQUE D’ALGERIE  Immeuble Joly
Siége Social - Immeuble Joly
Adresse : 38 Avenue Franklin ROOSEVELT -ALGER-
Téléphone : 213-21 23.00.23
Correspondance : Arabe - Anglais - Français

Mohammed LAKSACI : GOUVERNEUR

Ali TOUATI : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Choaib EL HASSAR : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Amar HIOUANI : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Hallime Driss BOUGHIDA : Secrétaire Général
 
DIRECTION DE L'ORGANISATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION


DIRECTION GENERALE DES ETUDES

                         Direction Générale
Tahar Latrèche Directeur des analyses de conjoncture
Mustapha Abderrahim Directeur des statistiques
Mme Kenza Laïb Directrice de la doc. des publications
                         et de l’interprétariat
Djamel Ed. Benbelkacem Directeur de la Modélisation
Med Lahbib Goubi Directeur des Relations avec les Organismes Officiels
                            et Multilatéraux

DIRECTION GÉNÉRALE DU CRÉDIT ET DE
LA RÉGLEMENTATION BANCAIRE

Kamel LONGO Directeur Général
Omar Boubekraoui Directeur du Refinancement
Bouzid Saada Directeur des Marchés Monétaire et Financier
Mohamed BOUSSABA Direction de la Centrale des Bilans, des Risques
                                et des Impayés
Saïd Dib Directeur de la Réglementation Bancaire et Agréments

 

BANQUE D’ALGERIE Zirout Youcef

Adresse : 8, boulevard Zirout Youcef - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-73.96.65/66 ou 213-21-73.96.73
Télex : 213-21-56078 / 55063

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’INSPECTION GENERALE

Ramdane IDIR  Directeur Général
                        Directeur de l’Inspection Interne
Hanafi SI-FODIL Directeur de l’Inspection Externe
                         Direction du Contrôle sur Pièces
Abdelkader Messahel  Directeur Régional Inspection Ouest
Rabah Tadjer  Directeur Régional Inspection Centre
Mahfoud  Boudeliou  Directeur Régional Inspection Est
 

DIRECTION GENERALE DES RELATIONS FINANCIERES EXTERIEURES


Rostom Fadli  Directeur Général
Amine Boulesnane Directeur de la Gestion des Avoirs et
                              des Opérations Extérieures
Moussa Sekhara Directeur des Services Bancaires Étrangers
A. Rahmane Bouchouika Directeur des Vérifications et Techniques
                                        de l'Information
Abdelhamid Boulouidnine Directeur du Traitement des Opérations
                                          de Marché

DIRECTION GENERALE DES CHANGES

Mohand Ouali Brahiti  Directeur Général
Mustapha Ali Directeur du Contrôle des Changes
Mme Fadia Ouartsi  Directrice de la Balance des Paiements
Mme Fatma Zohra ADI Directrice de la Dette Extérieure

DIRECTION GENERALE DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES

                                                   Direction Générale
Mustapha Benkhalouf  Directeur du Personnel
Mme Fatima Rahmani Directrice de la Formation
Mohamed Chérif Kheloufi  Directeur de la Sécurité et de la Prévention
 

DIRECTION GENERALE DU RESEAU ET
DES SYSTEMES DE PAIEMENT

 Mohamed Brahim Direction Générale
Youcef Lekhlifi Directeur Régional Ouest
Hammadi Ahmed Directeur Régionale Est
Belkacem Delindi Directeur Régionale Centre
Nacer Eddine Haddad Directeur des Systèmes de paiement
 

  DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’ADMINISTRATION DES MOYENS

Mohamed Abdelaziz  Directeur Général
Mustapha Koudil  Directeur des Moyens Généraux
                            Direction de la Comptabilité, du Budget et Contrôle
Samia Djouzi Directrice des Études et développements (Informatique)
Mourad Belaziz Directeur de l'Ingénierie Technique et Production
                         (Informatique)
                                   

BANQUE D’ALGERIE Amirouche

Adresse : 4, boulevard Colonel Amirouche - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-64.98.47 - 213-21-63.90.53 et 54
Télex : 213-21 56078 / 213-21 55063

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE LA CAISSE GENERALE


Nacim Abdelhamid Abbas Direction Générale
Ramdane Yahia Chérif  Directeur du Contrôle
Mohamed Debagh  Directeur des Emissions et Annulations
 
BANQUE D’ALGERIE Les Annassers
Adresse : Rue des Fusillés Les Annassers - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21 67.51.76
Télefax : 213-21 67.42.33

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’HOTEL DES MONNAIES


Mahrez Zaïba Directeur Général
                     Direction de la Production Fiduciaire
                     Direction de la Production des Billets de Banque
Abdelaziz Hamlat Directeur des Monnaies et Médailles
Boualem TOUIL Direction de l’Administration Générale
Nasreddine Doumi Directeur des Etudes de la Programmation
                            et de la Maintenance

 

ECOLE SUPERIEURE DE BANQUE
Adresse : Route de Baïnem - Bouzaréah - ALGER
Téléphone : 213-21 94.23.05 90.29.29
Téléfax : 213-21 90.29.35


Mahmoud Hemidet  Directeur Général de l’Ecole Supérieure de Banque
Fouad Metatla Directeur de la Formation Longue Durée
Med. Tahar Bouhouche Directeur des Supports Pédagogiques Technique
Mme Naziha Hiouani Directrice des Cycles Cours
                                Directeur du Site et Cadre de Vie
Med. Briedj Directeur de l'Administration et des Finances
                                        Directeur du Développement
 

DIRECTIONS REGIONALES DE LA BANQUE D’ALGERIE


DIRECTION REGIONALE OUEST

Adresse : 13, Bd de la SOUMMAM 31.000 -ORAN-
Téléphone : 213-41 39.36.75 ou 213-41 39.34.64
Télex : 213-41 22818
Télefax : 213-41 39.81.75

Mohamed LEKHLIFI - Directeur Régional

DIRECTION REGIONALE CENTRE

Adresse : 22, Boulevard El Ayachi Abdallah 09000 -Blida-
Téléphone : 213-25-41.97.64 à 68

DIRECTION REGIONALE EST

Adresse : 07, bis Cours de la Révolution 23000 -Annaba-
Téléphone : 213-38 86.50.02 ou 213-38 86.40.10
Télex :213-38 56078 / 55063
Téléfax : 213-38 83.92.79

Ahmed HAMADI - Directeur Régional

 

INSPECTIONS REGIONALES DE LA BANQUE D’ALGERIE


INSPECTION RÉGIONALE OUEST

Adresse : 13, Bd de la SOUMMAM 31.000 -ORAN-
Téléphone : 213-41 39.36.75 ou 213-41 39.34.64
Télex : 213-41 22818
Télefax : 213-41 39.81.75

Abderrezak MESSAHEL - Inspecteur Régional

INSPECTION RÉGIONALE CENTRE

Adresse : 22, Boulevard El Ayachi Abdallah 09000 -Blida-
Téléphone : 213-25 41.97.64 à 68

Rabah TADJER - Inspecteur Régional

INSPECTION RÉGIONALE EST

Adresse : 03,Boulevard Zirout Youcef
- 25000 Constantine -
Téléphone : 213-31 64.28.53 ou 213-31 86.40.10
Téléfax : 213-31 64.11.61

Mahfoud BOUDELIOU - Inspecteur Régional



Argentina:    Central Bank of Argentina
http://www.bcra.gov.ar/index_i.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_bank_of_argentina

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President    Mercedes Marcó del Pont




Armenia:    Central Bank of Armenia

http://www.cba.am/CBA_SITE/about/karuc.html?__locale=en

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Structure of the CBA
 
                
Chairman
   Mr. Arthur Javadyan    Tel.  583 841    Fax:  523 852    
Deputy Chairman
   Mr. Vache Gabrielyan    Tel.  589 611    Fax:  523 852    
Central Bank Board
   Mrs. Amalya Saribekyan    Tel.   545 087    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr. Andranik Norekyan    Tel.   583 533    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr.Vakhtang Abrahamyan    Tel.   545 089    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr. Aharon Chilingaryan    Tel.   587 306    Fax:  523 852      
     Mr. Ashot Mkrtchyan    Tel.   592 552    Fax:  523 852    
Auditing Group
   Chief Auditor    Tel.      Fax:      E-mail:  
Secretariat
   Head of Secretariat Mr. Oleg Aghasyan    Tel.   565 496    Fax:  523 852    E-mail:   g_khachatryan@cba.am
Monetary Policy Department
  Head Mr. Artur Stepanyan    Tel.   563 642    Fax:   523 852    E-mail:   a.nakhshikyan@cba.am
Financial Monitoring Center
  Head Mr. Daniel Azatyan    Tel.   545 088    Fax:   545 088    E-mail:   supervision@cba.am
Information and Communication Technologies Department
  Head Mr.  Samvel Arakelyan    Tel.   542 582    Fax:   542 582    E-mail:   amirzakhanyan@cba.am
Statistics Department
   Head Mr. Martin Galstyan    Tel.   583 631    Fax:   583 631    E-mail:   hmd.mpd@cba.am
Chief Accountant, Accounting Department
  Head Ms. Haykanoush Hakobyan    Tel.   580 634    Fax:   580 634    E-mail:   khachatryankh@cba.am
Legal Department
  Head Mr. Varoujan Avedikian    Tel.   561 771    Fax:   523 852    E-mail:   cashoper@cba.am
Regulation of Currency Circulation  Department
  Head Mr. Suren Simonyan    Tel.   567 423    Fax:   567 423    E-mail:   polstrat@cba.am
Security Department
   Head Mr.  Saribek Mkrtchyan    Tel.   524 881    Fax:   524 881    E-mail:   administrative@cba.am
 Public Relations Service
  Head   Ms. Zaruhi Barseghyan    Tel.   563 761    Fax:   563 761    E-mail:   http://www.cbaruba.org/cba/getPage.do?p ... _ORG_CHART





Australia:    Reserve Bank of Australia

http://www.rba.gov.au/about-rba/boards/ ... ml#members

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Members of the Reserve Bank Board

The Reserve Bank Board comprises nine members: three ex officio members – the Governor (who is Chairman), the Deputy Governor (who is Deputy Chairman) and the Secretary to the Treasury – and six external members, who are appointed by the Treasurer. The Governor and Deputy Governor are appointed for terms of up to seven years, and are eligible for reappointment. The external members are appointed for terms of up to five years. A list of previous and current members of the Reserve Bank Board is also published on this website.

In terms of section 17(1) of the Reserve Bank Act, members of the Board may not be a director, officer or employee of an authorised deposit-taking institution for the purposes of the Banking Act 1959.

The current members of the Reserve Bank Board are:

Chairman: Glenn Stevens
Governor since 18 September 2006
Present term ends 17 September 2013
Chairman – Payments System Board
Chairman – Council of Financial Regulators

Ric Battellino
Deputy Governor since 14 February 2007
Present term ends 13 February 2012
Member – RBA Audit Committee

Ken Henry AC
Secretary to the Treasury
Member since 27 April 2001

John Akehurst
Member since 31 August 2007
Present term ends 30 August 2012
Director – CSL Limited
Director – Origin Energy Limited
Director – Securency International Pty Ltd
Director – University of Western Australia Business School

Jillian Broadbent AO
Member since 7 May 1998
Present term ends 6 May 2013
Chairman – RBA Audit Committee
Director – Australian Securities Exchange
Director – Coca-Cola Amatil Limited
Director – Special Broadcasting Service

Roger Corbett AO
Member since 2 December 2005
Present term ends 1 December 2010
Member – RBA Audit Committee
Chairman – ALH Group Limited
Chairman – Fairfax Media Limited
Deputy Chairman – PrimeAg Australia Limited
Director – Wal-Mart Stores Inc

Graham Kraehe AO
Member since 14 February 2007
Present term ends 13 February 2012
Chairman – BlueScope Steel Limited
Chairman – Brambles Limited
Director – Djerriwarrh Investments Limited
Member – Australasian Council of INSEAD

Donald McGauchie AO
Member since 30 March 2001
Present term ends 29 March 2011
Deputy Chairman – James Hardie Industries NV
Director – Nufarm Limited
Chairman – Australian Wool Testing Authority Ltd

Warwick McKibbin
Member since 31 July 2001
Present term ends 30 July 2011
Director – Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, College of Business and Economics, Australian National University
Director – Research School of Economics, Australian National University
Professorial Fellow – Lowy Institute for International Policy
Non-Resident Senior Fellow – The Brookings Institution, USA
Director – McKibbin Software Group Pty Ltd


Austria:    Austrian National Bank

http://www.oenb.at/en/welcome_to_the_oenb.jsp

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President
Claus J. Raidl      Vice President
Max Kothbauer   
Office of the General Council
Central Bank Policy
Governor
Ewald Nowotny
Accounting, IT and Payment Systems
Vice Governor
Wolfgang Duchatczek
Financial Stability, Banking Supervision and Statistics
Executive Director
Andreas Ittner
Financial Market Operations, Equity Interests and Internal Services
Executive Director
Peter Zöllner




Azerbaijan:    Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

http://www.cbar.az/pages/about-us/struc ... ent-board/

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Dr.Elman Siraj oglu RUSTAMOV
Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1952 Born in Azerbaijan, Jabrail district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1973 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, faculty of “Planning of National Economy”, distinction graduate.
1973 Scientific Research Institute of Economy under the USSR State Planning Committee, economist.
1974-1975 Military service.
1975-1978 Post graduate course.
1978-1980 Baku Fine Broadcloth Union of Azerbaijan SSR Ministry of Light Industry, chief of department of Economy.
1980-1990 Scientific Research Institute of Economy under the State Planning Committee, chief economist, head of division.
1986 Scientific Research Institute of Economy, Candidate of economic sciences, scientist degree.
1990-1992 Economy Institute under the State Planning Committee of the USSR, Moscow, PhD.
1991-1992 Presidential Apparatus of the Azerbaijan Republic, chief adviser.
1992 National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1993 Doctor of economic sciences degree. Author of economic, financial and banking scientific works.
1995, January Chairman of the Management Board of the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic by the Order of the President of the Azerbaijan Republic.
2000, Aprel Chairman of the Management Board of the NBA for the second 5-year term.
2005, Aprel Chairman of the Management Board of the NBA for the third 5-year term. He is a chairman of the World Bank in Azerbaijan.
Married, has three children.

Alim Quliyev   Alim Salim oglu GULIYEV
First-deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1960 Born in Azerbaijan, Tar-tar district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1981 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1981 Shamakhi branch of the USSR State Bank, economist.
1981-1983 Military Service.
1983, June – December Shamakhi branch of the USSR State Bank, economist.
1983, December – 1988 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, inspector, chief inspector in the department of Supervision.
1988 – 1993 Joint Stock Agrarian-Industrial Commercial Bank, leading inspector, chief inspector in the department of Control and Inspection, and later as a Deputy Chairman.
1993, January National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Chief of Banking Supervision division.
1995, March director of the Supervision department and Deputy Chairman. 1995, October – 1996, June, Joint Stock Savings Bank, Chairman of the Provisional Management Committee.
1996, June 14 The member of the Management Board in the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, same year September 24, First-deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2001, December – The member of the Management Board for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2002 – Candidate of economic sciences. Author of seven scientific works and one monograph.
2006, December The member of the Management Board for the third 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, First-deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has two children.

Vadim Xubanov   Vadim Aladdin oglu KHUBANOV
Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1963 Born in Russia, Moscow. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1985 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1985 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, chief economist.
1985-1987 Military service.
1987 District Office named after 26 Baku commissars at the Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, economist; from that time Flat–Communal and Social Development Bank, economist, chief economist, head economist.
1991 Foreign Relations Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, chief of the division of Credit-planning, 1992 International Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, director of “Economic analysis and development of foreign relations” department.
1993 International Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board,1995 First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1996, June 14, The member of the Management Board in the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, same year September 24, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2001, December – The member of the Management Board for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2006, December The member of the Management Board for the third 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has two children.

Avtandil Babayev   Aftandil Gasim oglu BABAYEV
Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1957, Born in Georgia, Marneuli district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1978, Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1978, “Azkolkhoz Private Construction” Trust, division of planning, economist.
1979-1980, Military service.
1981-1983, Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Azerbaijan, economist, senior economist, chief of financial division.
1983-1984, Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Azerbaijan, senior economist; 1984-1994, State Committee on Prices, deputy chief of division, chief of division, deputy director of head office.
1994, National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, General department of monetary policy and currency regulation, deputy chief of department; 1995, Director of “Monetary policy” department, 2000, July National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, Executive Director.
2001, December The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2006, December The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2007, February Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has three children.

Abdulla Kerim oglu MALİK-ASLANOV
Councilor of the Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1958 Born in Azerbaijan, Fuzuli region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1979 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade.
1979 Narimanov branch of the State Bank of the USSR, economist.
1979 – 1981 Military service.
1981 Narimanov Branch of the State Bank of the USSR, economist, leading economist, head economist and deputy director.
1992, February National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, director of department.
1996 – 2001 The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
1996, September Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2007, February Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2008, March Councilor of the Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
Current position: Councilor of the Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic.
Married, has 2 children.
Əbülfəz Axundov    Abulfaz Nuru oglu AKHUNDOV
General Director

1950 Born in Azerbaijan, Shamakhi region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1973 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, 1973 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR Construction Bank in Baku city, loan inspector.
1973 – 1974 Military service.
1974 Industrial-Construction Bank, chief loan inspector, chief economist, leading economist, head economist, head of division, chief of department.
1988 Flat–Communal and Social Development Bank, Deputy Chairman, First-Deputy Chairman.
1991 Republic Pension Fund. First assistant of chief of department.
1992 Economy-Investment Shareholder-Commercial Bank, Chairman of Management Board.
1994, May “Parabank” Shareholder-Commercial Bank, councilor.
1995, March National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Director of the department of regulations of Banks’ activities, same year October, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1996 – 2001 National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, the member of the Management Board by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
1996, September National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2007, February Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2009, July General Director of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has 3 children.
Xəqani Abdullayev    Khagani Sarkhan oglu ABDULLAYEV
General Director

1976 Born in Azerbaijan, Beylagan region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1999 Azerbaijan State Economic University; 2005 Candidate of economic sciences; 1997 National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Money-credit policy department.
1999, December – 2000, April “Pricewaterhouse Coopers” company, audit assistant.
2000, April – July “European Tobacco-Baku” company, Assistant of Chairman of the Management Board in Economy Affairs.
2000, August National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Monetary policy department, chief economist, head of division, director of department.
2008, April Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2009, July General Director of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has 2 children.




Bahamas:    Central Bank of The Bahamas

http://www.centralbankbahamas.com/about_board.php

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The Board

Under the Central Bank of The Bahamas Act, 2000 (“the Act”), overall responsibility for the policy and general administration of the Bank is vested in the Board of Directors. The Act provides that the Board, which is appointed by the Governor General, shall consist of a Governor, and four other Directors having wide experience in and having shown some capacity in financial or commercial matters, industry, law or administration.

Current Board members include:

    * Mrs. Wendy Craigg, Governor since June 2005
    * Mr. Philip Stubbs, Board Member since July 2009
    * Mr. Wayne Aranha, Board Member since July 2009
    * Mr. Colin Callender, Board Member since July 2009

Past Governors of the Bank include: Mr. Julian Francis (1997-2005), Mr. James H. Smith (1987-1997), Sir William C. Allen (1980-1987) and Mr. T. Baswell Donaldson (1974-1980).

Senior Officials
Wendy M. Craigg   Governor
Michael F. Lightbourne   Deputy Governor
Stanislaw J. Bereza   Inspector of Banks and Trust Companies
Bert A. Sherman   Senior Manager
Cassandra C. Nottage   Manager, Bank Supervision Department
Cecile M. Sherman   Manager, Banking
Errol L. Bodie   Manager, Information Technology
Gerard L. Horton   Manager, Exchange Control
Sylvia L. Carey   Manager Human Resources
Rochelle A. Deleveaux   Legal Counsel & Secretary to The Board
John A. Rolle   Manager, Research Department
Keith T. Jones   Manager, Accounts Department
Ian B. Fernander   Manager, Administration


Wendy M. Craigg

Mrs. Wendy Craigg was appointed Governor and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of The Bahamas on June 1, 2005, having served as Deputy Governor since 10th September, 1997. Prior to her appointment as Deputy Governor, Mrs. Craigg headed the Research Department of the Bank where she commenced her employment with the Bank on 17th July 1978.

A graduate of St. Augustine’s College, Mrs. Craigg attained a Bachelor of Arts in economics and business from the College of Mount Saint Vincent, New York and further obtained a Master of Arts in economics from Fordham University. Her professional training included seminars and specialized courses at the International Monetary Fund and the Swiss National Bank.

In her professional capacity, Mrs. Craigg has published a number of papers on economic issues and has served on numerous Boards and Working Groups and Committees related to trade, monetary integration, fiscal policy, payments and privatization. She presently serves as Deputy Chairman of the Securities Commission of The Bahamas, and as an Executive Committee member of the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance (CCMF).

A career central banker, Mrs. Craigg has been closely involved in a number of initiatives to enhance the delivery of domestic banking services, including the ongoing payments system modernization initiative.

She is married to Anthony Craigg.


Michael Lightbourne

Mr. Lightbourne is a career banker and former central banker, having served as Deputy Manager, Bank Supervision Department, from 1983 to 1991. He began his professional career as an Investment Analyst and Portfolio Manager at RoyWest Trust Corporation of The Bahamas (now S G Hambros Bank & Trust) where he was employed from 1977 to 1982.

Prior to his appointment as Central Bank Deputy Governor, Mr. Lightbourne held the position of Manager, Personal Lines Division, at a major insurance company and, prior to that, the post of Account Manager at RBC Royal Bank of Canada, where he managed both private and public sector portfolios.

Mr. Lightbourne is a graduate of St. Augustine’s College, Nassau. After completing his “A” Levels, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Accounts and Economics at Middlesex University in the United Kingdom and went on to complete his MBA in Financial Management at the City University Business School, London. Mr. Lightbourne also holds certificates in investment analysis and portfolio management from the New York Institute of Finance and in banking from the Federal Reserve System Banking School, Washington. He has participated in numerous local and international seminars and courses in bank supervision, investments, banking, insurance and money laundering.

Mr. Lightbourne is married to the former Virgil H. Munnings and the couple has two children, Scharad and Sasha. He is a member of the Roman Catholic faith community and attends St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Among his personal interests are reading, cooking, traveling and gardening.


Bahrain:    Central Bank of Bahrain

http://www.cbb.gov.bh/cmsrule/index.jsp ... le&ID=2775

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Board of Directors

▼ Chairman

   Mr. Qassim Mohammed Fakhro

▼ Deputy Chairman

   Mr. Hameed Salman Al Sairafi

▼ Board Members
   
    Mr. Rasheed Mohammed Al Maraj

   Mr. Yousif Abdulla Humood

   Dr. Zakaria Hejres

   Mr. Mohammed Hussain Yateem

   Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa




Bangladesh:    Bangladesh Bank

http://www.bangladesh-bank.org/

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Dr. Atiur Rahman
Governor, Bangladesh Bank

Dr. Atiur Rahman took the helm of the central Bank of Bangladesh for four year tenure on May 1, 2009 as the 10th Governor of Bangladesh Bank, the country's monetary policy authority, financial sector regulator and supervisor.

Dr. Rahman has been a renowned economist in his varied roles as a University Professor, researcher, banker and a leader in pro-poor, environment-friendly and gender-sensitive development paradigm. Prior to his assumption of the office of the Governor, he was a Professor of Economics in the Department of Development Studies (2006-2009), University of Dhaka, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Shamunnay, a centre for excellence in development research in Bangladesh. He also served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Unnayan Shamannay, a non-profit organization for research, development and cultural learning. His previous roles also include Director of Sonali Bank, the largest commercial bank in Bangladesh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Janata Bank, the second largest commercial bank in the country and a long tenure as a Senior Research Fellow at the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS). He conducted various research works on economic development and published extensively on the micro-finance revolution in Bangladesh. For many years, Dr. Rahman also steered the Credit Development Forum (CDF) in Bangladesh as Chairman. He has been a known public face advocating for more humane development including pro-poor participatory budgeting. He is considered an authority on matters related to the fiscal budget in Bangladesh.         




Born in 1951, Dr. Atiur Rahman studied at Mirzapur Cadet College for his secondary and higher secondary education, followed by his undergraduate and graduate studies at the Department of Economics of the University of Dhaka where he obtained his B.A. (Honors) and M.A. in Economics, achieving academic distinctions at all levels. He was awarded the Commonwealth scholarship and went to the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London to pursue his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics (1983). His PhD thesis "Peasants and Classes" published later as a book by the Oxford University Press is an acclaimed reference book in development research. Subsequently, he was awarded a Commonwealth Development Fellowship at the University of Manitoba in Canada (1989), a Ford Foundation Post Doctoral Fellowship at The University of London (1991-92), and a Visiting Research Fellowship, at the Institute of South-East Asian Studies, Singapore (1998-99). He was also a visiting/adjunct professor in a number of universities, both home and abroad.
 
Besides, he has been directing a number of socio-cultural organizations including Biswa Sahitya Kendra and Monajatuddin Smriti Sangsad. He served as Project Director / Team Leader on 22 international and 58 national projects related to socio-economic development and participated in 75 international and around 250 national workshops. He also served as the General Secretary of Bangladesh Economic Association and as a life member of Asiatic Society, Bangladesh and Bangla Academy.

 
Dr. Atiur Rahman is a champion of indigenous development paradigm rooted in the Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore that has a strategic thrust on agricultural and rural development for the predominantly agrarian and rural Bangladesh. He is an eminent expert on poverty alleviation and one of his major research areas is poverty alleviation of char (shoal) dwellers.

 
Dr. Rahman has also distinguished himself as a popular newspaper columnist on poverty, public expenditure, economic development, public welfare and other socio-economic issues. His published books total 45 as of 2009 of which 16 are in English and 29 are in Bangla. Besides, he has published dozens of papers in national and international journals. For his outstanding contribution to the society, he achieved many awards including the prestigious Atish Dipankar Gold Medal (2000) and the Chandrabati Gold Medal (2008).

 
Dr. Rahman is married to Dr. Shahana Rahman, Professor of Pediatrics, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University and they have been blessed with three daughters: Arno Kamolika, Orchi Madhurima and Prokriti Shyamolima.

Deputy Governors
       Md. Nazrul Huda
     Ziaul Hasan Siddiqui
     Murshid Kuli Khan

Board of Directors
Chairman
Dr. Atiur Rahman   880-2-7120106(Off)   880-2-9566212   
Director
Md. Nazrul Huda   880-2-7122533(Off),
880-2-9550304(Off),
880-2-8353491(Res.)   880-2-9566212   
Dr.Mohammad Tareque   880-2-7160406(Off),
880-02-8959066(Res)   880-2-7165581   
Mr. M Musharraf Hossain Bhuiyan   880-2-8112641(Off.)
880-2-8859179 (Res.)
88-01552100026 (Mob.)   880-2-8113088   
Dr. Nasiruddin Ahmed   880-2-8362442 (Off)   880-2-8316143   
Dr. Mustafa Kamal Mujeri   880-2-8813985 (Res),
01711595205 (Mob)      
Dr. Sanot Kumar Saha   0721-750363 (Res),
01913012729 (Mob)      
Dr. Sadiq Ahmed   880-2-9899759 (Off),
06662801039 (Off)      
Prof. Hannana Begum   880-2-8143602 (Res),
01711106068 (Mob)      
Md. Shafiqur Rahman Patwary   880-2-7169987(Off.),
8144849(Res.)      
Secretary
Abu Hena Mohd. Razee Hassan   880-2-9512990 (Off),
880-2-8829045 (Res),
88-01730016865 (Mob)   880-2-9566212
   




Barbados:    Central Bank of Barbados

http://www.centralbank.org.bb/WEBCBB.ns ... enDocument

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The Bank
Board of Directors and Senior Officers
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. R. DeLisle Worrell. Ph. D, Chairman

Grantley W. Smith, Esq., B.A. (Hons.), D.P.A., B. C. H.

Mr. Cecil McCarthy LL. B, (UWI) L.E.C.

Ms. Onika Stewart LL. B (UWI) LL. M (Lond) L.E.C.

Justin Robinson Ph. D, (Manc) Msc, Bsc (UWI)

Mr. Ashley Toppin FCCA, JP

Mr. Harold Hoyte, G.C.M.

Mr. Elson A. Gaskin, LLB. (UWI)  L.E.C. Legal Counsel / Secretary to the Board
SENIOR MANAGEMENT

R. DeLisle Worrell. Ph.D
   

Governor

Daniel O. Boamah, Ph.D.
   

Deputy Governor

Cleviston L. Haynes, Esq., M.A. (Econ.)
   

Deputy Governor

Kevin C. Greenidge, Ph.D.
   

Director, Research

Michael D. Carrington, Esq., M.B.A., F.C.C.A.
   

Financial Controller

Harold E. Codrington, Esq., M.A. (Econ.)
   

Advisor

Mrs. Marlene E. Bayne, M.B.A.
   

Director, Bank Supervision

Miss Janice D. Marshall, M.B.A.
   

Director, Management Information Systems

Abdul R. Mehter, Esq., M.B.A., F.C.I.S.
   

Director, Facilities Management

Peter H. Whitehall, Esq., M.P.A.
   

Director, Foreign Exchange and Export Credit

Miss Julia A. Weekes, CFA., B.Sc.
   

Director, Banking, Currency and Investments

Mrs. Janis O. Marville, M.Sc
   

Director, Human Resources

Mr. Steve A. Vaughn, F.C.C.A., C.I.A.
   

Director, Internal Audit

David A. Boyce, Esq., M.B.A., A.F.A., F.I.A.B., Dip. M.S.,
   

Deputy Director, Foreign Exchange and Export Credit

Mrs. Michelle Doyle-Lowe, CFA, M. Phil, B.S.c
   

Deputy Director, Banking, Currency & Investments

Miss Octavia O. Gibson, M.Sc., B.A., J.P.
   

Deputy Director, Banking, Currency & Investments

Hartley O .Jordan, Esq., MBA
   

Deputy Director, Facilities Management

Miss Angolyn R. Kirton, C.G.A.
   

Deputy Financial Controller

Peter  deC. Rochester, Esq., M.B.A.
   

Deputy Director, Management Information Systems

Miss Celeste J. Wood, M.Sc., M.B.A.,
   

Deputy Director (Statistics), Research



Belarus:    National Bank of the Republic of Belarus

http://www.nbrb.by/engl/today/board.asp

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Postal address   20, Nezavisimosty Ave.,
220008 Minsk, Belarus   
Business hours   8.30 – 17.30h GMT+2,
Monday – Thursday
8.30 – 16.15h GMT+2,
Friday
Telephone   +375 17 2192303, 2192374; 2192242
(Foreign Economic Activities Directorate)
+375 17 2223621
(Correspondent Banking)
Telefax   +375 17 2274879, 2275094
Telex   252449 BELAR BY
S.W.I.F.T.   NBRB BY2X
Reuters   NBRB
Feedback   Contact Form
Web server name   http://www.nbrb.by
The Board of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
Petr P. PROKOPOVICH
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
   Yury M. ALYMOV
First Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus                    
Pavel V. KALLAUR
First Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus
   Nikolai V. LUZGIN
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus         
Vladimir Ya. SENKO
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus
   Vasily S. MATYUSHEVSKY
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus           
Andrei V. KOBYAKOV
Deputy
Prime Minister
of the Republic of Belarus
   Valentina V. AZAREVICH
Chief Accountant – Head
of the Accounting Directorate
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus           
Nadezhda A. ERMAKOVA
Chairperson of the Board,
"OJSC Savings Bank "Belarusbank"




Belgium:    National Bank of Belgium

http://www.nbb.be/pub/01_00_00_00_00/01 ... 0.htm?l=en

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Governor
The Governor directs the National Bank. He presides over the Board of Directors and the Council of Regency, he has their decisions implemented and represents the Bank in legal proceedings. The Governor is also a member of the ECB Governing Council, which takes decisions on monetary policy for the euro area.
Guy Quaden, governor of the National Bank of Belgium

He is appointed by the King for a renewable term of five years. He may be removed from office only if he has been guilty of serious misconduct or if he no longer fulfils the conditions required for the performance of his duties.

Mr Guy Quaden has held the office of Governor since 1 March 1999. By a Royal Decree of 22 December 2003, Mr Guy Quaden was reappointed for a further five year term beginning on 1 March 2004. By a Royal Decree of 1 March 2009, he was reappointed for a new five year term beginning on 1 March 2009.

the Board of Directors
Guy Quaden
Governor
Luc Coene
Vice Governor - Secretary
Marcia De Wachter
Director
Jan Smets
Director
Françoise Masai
Director
Jean Hilgers
Director - Treasurer
Peter Praet
Director
Norbert De Batselier
Director

The Council of Regency is composed of the governor, the directors and ten regents. It includes an equal number of French- and Dutch-speaking regents.

The regents are elected by the general meeting for a renewable term of three years.

    * Two regents are chosen on the proposal  of the most representative labour organisations
       
    * Three regents are chosen on the proposal of the most representative organisations from industry and commerce, from agriculture and from small and medium-sized enterprises and traders
       
    * Five regents are chosen on the proposal of the Minister of Finance.

The regents may not hold office as managing director, director or manager in a credit institution.
Luc Cortebeeck
Regent
Rudy De Leeuw
Regent
Michèle Detaille
Regent
Martine Durez
Regent
Jacques Forest
Regent
Gérald Frère
Regent
Didier Matray
Regent
Rudi Thomaes
Regent
Karel Van Eetvelt
Regent
Piet Vanthemsche
Regent

The Board of Censors is composed of ten members. It includes an equal number of French and Dutch speakers. The censors are elected by the general meeting of shareholders for a renewable term of three years.

 
Baron Paul Buysse
Censor
Luc Carsauw
Censor
Jean‑François Cats
Censor
Jean Eylenbosch
Censor
Philippe Grulois
Censor
Jean-François Hoffelt
Censor
Bernard Jurion
Censor
Michel Moll
Censor
Francine Swiggers
Censor
Jan Vercamst
Censor

Jean-Pierre Arnoldi
Representative of the Minister of Finance

Belize:    Central Bank of Belize

http://www.centralbank.org.bz/services1 ... +Directors

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The Board of Directors

In accordance with the Central Bank of Belize Act, Chapter 262, Revised Edition 2000, the Central Bank’s Board of Directors consists of the Governor, a Deputy Governor and the Financial Secretary as ex-officio members and not less than three nor more than four other members, who are appointed by the Minister with responsibility for the Central Bank, for such period not exceeding four years.  The Minister shall appoint one of the members as Chairman of the Board, and the members shall elect one of their number as the Vice-Chairman.

 

The members of the current Board are as follows:

 

Mr. Alan Slusher              -       Chairman

 

Mr. Ralph Feinstein         -       Vice Chairman

 

Mr. Kerry Belisle               -      Member

 

Mr. Darrell Bradley          -      Member

 

Mr. Glenford Ysaguirre    -     Governor    

 

Mrs. Christine Vellos       -     Deputy Governor, Economic Intelligence

(Ex-Officio Member)                      

 

Mr. Joseph Waight           -    Financial Secretary

(Ex-Officio Member)

 
The Board is the policy making organ of the Bank and is required to meet at least ten times each year.  In the absence of a Chairman the Vice-Chairman shall preside at the meetings..


Benin:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

http://www.bceao.int/internet/bcweb.nsf ... enFrameSet

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The West African Monetary Union is characterised by the recognition of a common monetary unit , the Franc of the African Financial Community (CFA F), which is issued by the Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). WAMU currently comprises : Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.

The organs ensuring the administration of WAMU are :

    * The Conference of Heads of State ;
    * The Council of Ministers ;
    * The Banking Commission, and ;
    * The Savings and Financial markets Regional Council.


The Conference of Heads of State is the supreme authority of the Union. It decides on the accession of new members and settles any matter that the Council of Ministers of the Union has referred to it.
The Conference of Heads of State meets at least once a year in ordinary session and as often as necessary in extraordinary session.
The Council of Ministers ensures the management of the Union. Each member State is represented in the Council by two Ministers, but only the Minister of Finance is entitled to vote.

The Council of Ministers takes decisions by unanimous vote in matters in which it is empowered to act under the provisions of the Treaty establishing WAMU and
the Statutes of BCEAO, as well as in any matters that the Governments of the member States of the Union may agree to refer to it for study or decision. These decisions must be in keeping with the international commitments of the States of the Union.

The Council of Ministers defines the monetary and credit policy of the Union in order to safeguard the value of the common currency and to provide for the financing of the activities and economic development of the States of the Union.

It notably approves the clearing and payment agreements between the common central bank and foreign central banks which are intended to facilitate the external payments of the member States of the Monetary Union.

The Council of Ministers meets on a quarterly basis in ordinary session and as often necessary in extraordinary session



Bermuda:    Bermuda Monetary Authority

http://www.bma.bm/about-us/org-structure.html

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Senior Management

Cyralene Benskin-Murray, LLB (Hons), MRP
   

Assistant Director, Legal Services & Enforcement

Terry Pitcher
   

Assistant Director, Corporate & Financial Services

Verna Hollis Smith
   

Assistant Director, Human Resources

Gina Smith
   

Assistant Director, Actuarial Services

Marcelo Ramella
   

Assistant Director, Policy, Research & Risk Assessment: Research

Suzanne Williams
   

Assistant Director, Insurance Supervision, Complex Institutions

Mesheiah Crockwell
   

Assistant Director, Programme Implementation

Leslie Robinson
   

Assistant Director, Insurance Licensing & Authorisation

Courtney Christie-Veitch
   

Assistant Director, Banking, Trust & Investment, Financial Group

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Bank for International Settlements (BIS)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_for_I ... ettlements
http://www.bis.org/about/board.htm

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Board of Directors

Christian Noyer, Paris (Chairman of the Board of Directors)

Hans Tietmeyer, Frankfurt am Main (Vice-Chairman)

Ben S Bernanke, Washington, DC; Mark Carney, Ottawa; Mario Draghi, Rome;  William C Dudley, New York; Philipp Hildebrand, Zürich; Stefan Ingves, Stockholm; Mervyn  King, London; Jean-Pierre Landau, Paris; Henrique de Campos Meirelles, Brasilia; Guy Quaden, Brussels; Fabrizio Saccomanni, Rome; Masaaki Shirakawa, Tokyo; Jean-Claude Trichet, Frankfurt am Main; Paul Tucker, London; Axel Weber, Frankfurt am Main; Nout H E M Wellink, Amsterdam; Zhou Xiaochuan, Beijing

Alternates

Paul Fisher or Michael Cross, London; Pierre Jaillet or Denis Beau, Paris; Donald L Kohn or D Nathan Sheets, Washington, DC; Hans-Helmut Kotz or Wolfgang Mörke, Frankfurt am Main; Peter Praet or Jan Smets, Brussels; Ignazio Visco, Rome

About the Board

The Board of Directors has at present 19 members (January 2010). The Board has six ex officio directors, comprising the Governors of the central banks of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom and the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System. Each ex officio member may appoint another member of the same nationality. The Statutes also provide for the election to the Board of not more than nine Governors of other member central banks. The Governors of the central banks of Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland and the President of the ECB are currently elected members of the Board.

The Board of Directors elects a Chairman from among its members for a three-year term. The Board also elects a Vice-Chairman.

The Board is responsible for determining the strategic and policy direction of the BIS, supervising the management, and fulfilling the specific tasks given to it by the Bank's Statutes. It meets at least six times a year. Four advisory committees, made up of selected Board members, assist the Board in its work:

    * The Administrative Committee reviews key areas of the Bank's administration, such as budget and expenditures, HR policies and IT. The Committee is chaired by the Board's Vice Chairman, Hans Tietmeyer.
    * The Banking and Risk Management Committee addresses the financial objectives and the business model for BIS banking operations, and the risk management framework of the BIS. The Committee's Chairman is Stefan Ingves.
    * The Audit Committee is the Board's contact with Internal & External Auditors and Compliance, and examines the implementation of the Bank's risk management framework and policies. The Committee is chaired by Christian Noyer.
    * The Nomination Committee deals with the appointment of the six members of the BIS Executive Committee and is chaired by the Board's Chairman.

The Board has adopted a Code of Conduct for Members of the Board of Directors.

Management of the BIS

The General Manager is Jaime Caruana. The Deputy General Manager is Hervé Hannoun.

The General Manager - the Bank's chief executive officer - carries out the policy determined by the Board of Directors and is responsible to the Board for the management of the Bank.

The heads of the three main departments are Peter Dittus (General Secretariat), Stephen Cecchetti (Monetary and Economic Department) and Günter Pleines (Banking Department). The General Counsel is Diego Devos.

Other senior officials are Jim Etherington (Deputy Secretary General), Louis de Montpellier (Deputy Head of Banking) and Josef Tošovský (Chairman, Financial Stability Institute).  Claudio Borio and Philip Turner are the Deputy Heads of the Monetary and Economic Department.

Eli Remolona is Chief Representative, Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific, and Gregor Heinrich is Chief Representative, Representative Office for the Americas.


Burundi:    Bank of the Republic of Burundi......i dont speak french

The Gambia:    Central Bank of The Gambia.....no data

Montenegro:    Central Bank of Montenegro......No data

CERTAIN AFRICAN COUNTRIES ARE RUN BY THE FOLLOWING............
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_Ce ... can_States
http://www.beac.int/
Headquarters    Yaoundé, Cameroon
Established    1972
President    Philibert Andzembe
Central Bank of    Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
Currency    Central African CFA franc
ISO 4217 Code    XAF
Cameroon:    Bank of Central African States
Central African Republic:    Bank of Central African States
Chad:    Bank of Central African States
Gabon:    Bank of Central African States
Congo:    Bank of Central African States
Equatorial Guinea: Bank of Central African States


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Ba ... can_States
Headquarters    Dakar, Senegal
Established    1961
President    Philippe-Henri Dakoury-Tabley
Central Bank of    West African Economic and Monetary Union
Currency    West African CFA franc
ISO 4217 Code    XOF
Website    http://www.bceao.int
Côte d'Ivoire:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Benin:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Burkina Faso:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Senegal:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Togo: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Niger:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Mali:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Guinea Bissau:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)



IMF

http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/eds.htm
http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/officers.htm
http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/members.htm

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Senior Officials of the International Monetary Fund
Last Updated: March 03, 2010


Managing Director    Dominique Strauss-Kahn
First Deputy Managing Director    John Lipsky
Deputy Managing Director    Murilo Portugal
Deputy Managing Director    Naoyuki Shinohara
Economic Counsellor    Olivier Blanchard
Financial Counsellor    José Viñals
African Department Director    Antoinette Monsio Sayeh
Asia and Pacific Department Director    Anoop Singh
European Department Director    Marek Belka
External Relations Department Director    Caroline Atkinson
Finance Department Director    Andrew Tweedie
Fiscal Affairs Department Director    Carlo Cottarelli
Human Resources Department Director    Shirley Siegel
IMF Institute Director    Leslie Lipschitz
Legal Department General Counsel and Director    Sean Hagan
Middle East and Central Asia Department Director    Masood Ahmed
Monetary and Capital Markets
Department Director    José Viñals
Research Department Director    Olivier Blanchard
Secretary's Department
Secretary    Siddharth Tiwari
Statistics Department Director    Adelheid Burgi-Schmelz
Strategy, Policy, and Review Department Director    Reza Moghadam
Technology and General Services Department Director    Frank Harnischfeger
Technology and General Services Department Chief Information Officer    Jonathan Palmer
Western Hemisphere Department Director    Nicolas Eyzaguirre
Office of Budget and Planning Director    Daniel Citrin
Office of Internal Audit and Inspection Director    G. Russell Kincaid
Office of Technical Assistance Management Director    Alfred Kammer
Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Director    Akira Ariyoshi
Offices in Europe Director    Emmanuel van der Mensbrugghe
Special Representative to the UN    Elliott Harris
Independent Evaluation Office
Director    Moises J. Schwartz

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IMF Executive Directors and Voting Power
 Director  Alternate Casting Votes of    Votes by Country Total Votes1 Percent
of Fund
Total2
Appointed
Meg Lundsager
Douglas A. Rediker    United States    371,743    371,743    16.74
Daisuke Kotegawa
Hiromi Yamaoka    Japan    133,378    133,378    6.01
Klaus D. Stein
Stephan von Stenglin    Germany    130,332    130,332    5.87
Ambroise Fayolle
Aymeric Ducrocq    France    107,635    107,635    4.85
Alex Gibbs
James Talbot    United Kingdom    107,635    107,635    4.85

Director
Alternate    Casting Votes of    Votes by Country    Total Votes1    Percent
of Fund
Total2
Elected
Willy Kiekens (Belgium)
Johann Prader (Austria)      Austria    18,973         
Belarus    4,114         
Belgium    46,302         
Czech Republic    8,443         
Hungary    10,634         
Kazakhstan    3,907         
Luxembourg    3,041         
Slovak Republic    3,825         
Slovenia    2,567         
Turkey    12,163    113,969    5.13
 
Age F.P. Bakker (Netherlands)
Yuriy G. Yakusha (Ukraine)    Armenia    1,170         
Bosnia and Herzegovina    1,941         
Bulgaria    6,652         
Croatia    3,901         
Cyprus    1,646         
Georgia    1,753         
Israel    9,532         
Macedonia, former Yugoslav Republic of    939         
Moldova    1,482         
Montenegro    525         
Netherlands    51,874         
Romania    10,552         
Ukraine    13,970    105,937    4.77
 
Ramón Guzmán Zapater (Spain)
Carlos Pérez-Verdía (Mexico)    Costa Rica    1,891         
El Salvador    1,963         
Guatemala    2,352         
Honduras    1,545         
Mexico    31,778         
Nicaragua    1,550         
Spain    30,739         
Venezuela, República Bolivariana de    26,841    98,659    4.44
 
Arrigo Sadun (Italy)
Panagiotis Roumeliotis (Greece)    Albania    737         
Greece    8,480         
Italy    70,805         
Malta    1,270         
Portugal    8,924         
San Marino    420         
Timor-Leste    332    90,968    4.10
 
HE Jianxiong
LUO Yang    China    81,151    81,151    3.65
 
Thomas Hockin (Canada)
Stephen O'Sullivan (Ireland)    Antigua and Barbuda    385         
Bahamas, The    1,553         
Barbados    925         
Belize    438         
Canada    63,942         
Dominica    332         
Grenada    367         
Ireland    8,634         
Jamaica    2,985         
St. Kitts and Nevis    339         
St. Lucia    403         
St. Vincent and the Grenadines    333    80,636    3.63
 
Duangmanee Vongpradhip (Thailand)
Adrian Chua Tsen Leong (Singapore)    Brunei Darussalam    2,402         
Cambodia    1,125         
Fiji    953         
Indonesia    21,043         
Lao People's Democratic Republic    779         
Malaysia    15,116         
Myanmar    2,834         
Nepal    963         
Philippines    9,049         
Singapore    8,875         
Thailand    11,069         
Tonga    319         
Vietnam    3,541    78,068    3.52
 
Hi-Su Lee (Korea)
Christopher Legg (Australia)    Australia    32,614         
Kiribati    306         
Korea    29,523         
Marshall Islands
   285         
Micronesia, Federated States of    301         
Mongolia    761         
New Zealand    9,196         
Palau    281         
Papua New Guinea    1,566         
Samoa    366         
Seychelles    338         
Solomon Islands    354         
Vanuatu    420    76,311    3.44
 
Per Callesen (Denmark)
Jarle Bergo  (Norway)    Denmark    16,678         
Estonia    902         
Finland    12,888         
Iceland    1,426         
Latvia    1,518         
Lithuania    1,692         
Norway    16,967         
Sweden    24,205    76,276    3.43
 
A. Shakour Shaalan (Egypt)
Sami Geadah (Lebanon)    Bahrain    1,600         
Egypt    9,687         
Iraq    12,134         
Jordan    1,955         
Kuwait    14,061         
Lebanon    2,280         
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya    11,487         
Maldives    332         
Oman    2,190         
Qatar    2,888         
Syrian Arab Republic    3,186         
United Arab Emirates    6,367         
Yemen, Republic of    2,685    70,852    3.19
 
Abdallah S. Alazzaz
(Saudi Arabia)
Ahmed Al Nassar
(Saudi Arabia)    Saudi Arabia    70,105    70,105    3.16
 
Samuel Itam (Sierra Leone)
Moeketsi Majoro (Lesotho)      Angola    3,113         
Botswana    880         
Burundi    1,020         
Eritrea    409         
Ethiopia    1,587         
Gambia, The    561         
Kenya    2,964         
Lesotho    599         
Liberia    1,542         
Malawi    944         
Mozambique    1,386         
Namibia    1,615         
Nigeria    17,782         
Sierra Leone    1,287         
South Africa    18,935         
Sudan    1,947         
Swaziland    757         
Tanzania    2,239         
Uganda    2,055         
Zambia    5,141    66,763    3.01
 
René Weber (Switzerland)
Katarzyna Zajdel-Kurowska (Poland)    Azerbaijan    1,859         
Kyrgyz Republic    1,138         
Poland    13,940         
Serbia    4,927         
Switzerland    34,835         
Tajikistan    1,120         
Turkmenistan    1,002         
Uzbekistan    3,006    61,827    2.78
 
Aleksei V. Mozhin
(Russian Federation)
Andrei Lushin
(Russian Federation)    Russian Federation    59,704    59,704    2.69
 
Mohammad Jafar Mojarrad
(Islamic Republic of Iran)
Mohammed Daïri (Morocco)    Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of    1,869         
Algeria    12,797         
Ghana    3,940         
Iran, Islamic Republic of    15,222         
Morocco    6,132         
Pakistan    10,587         
Tunisia    3,115    53,662    2.42
 
Paulo Nogueira Batista, Jr. (Brazil)
Vacant      Brazil    30,611         
Colombia    7,990         
Dominican Republic    2,439         
Ecuador    3,273         
Guyana    1,159         
Haiti    1,069         
Panama    2,316         
Suriname    1,171         
Trinidad and Tobago    3,606    53,634    2.42
 
Arvind Virmani (India)
P. Nandalal Weerasinghe
(Sri Lanka)    Bangladesh    5,583         
Bhutan    313         
India    41,832         
Sri Lanka    4,384    52,112    2.35
 
Pablo Andrés Pereira (Argentina)
David Vogel (Uruguay)      Argentina    21,421         
Bolivia    1,965         
Chile    8,811         
Paraguay    1,249         
Peru    6,634         
Uruguay    3,315    43,395    1.95
 
Laurean W. Rutayisire (Rwanda)
Kossi Assimaidou (Togo)
Benin    869         
Burkina Faso    852         
Cameroon    2,107         
Cape Verde    346         
Central African Republic    807         
Chad    810         
Comoros    339         
Congo, Democratic Republic of    5,580         
Congo, Republic of    1,096         
Côte d'Ivoire    3,502         
Djibouti    409         
Equatorial Guinea    576         
Gabon    1,793         
Guinea    1,321         
Guinea-Bissau    392         
Madagascar    1,472         
Mali    1,183         
Mauritius    1,266         
Niger    908         
Rwanda    1,051         
São Tomé and Príncipe    324         
Senegal    1,868         
Togo    984    29,855    1.34
               2,214,6073    99.724
1Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund's resources in that Department.
2Percentages of total votes (2,220,817) in the General Department and the Special Drawing Rights Department.
3This total does not include the votes of Kosovo, Mauritania, Somalia, and Zimbabwe, which did not participate in the 2008 Regular Election of Executive Directors. The total votes of these members are 6,210 - 0.28 percent of those in the General Department and Special Drawing Rights Departement.
4This figure may differ from the sum of the percentages shown for individual countries because of rounding.



Afghanistan:  Bank of Afghanistan

http://www.centralbank.gov.af/board-of-directors.php
http://www.centralbank.gov.af/executive-staff.php

 
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Executive Staff

Abdul Qadeer Fitrat - Governor of Da Afghanistan Bank (Central Bank of Afghanistan)
 

Abdul Qadeer Fitrat was nominated as Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) by the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in early September and was confirmed by the Parliament on November 17, 2007. Governor Fitrat had previously served as First Deputy Governor and Governor of DAB in 1995 and 1996 respectively. Governor Fitrat also worked as Assistant Research Coordinator for a USAID-supported project, called ESSP in Peshawar, Pakistan, Chairman of Bank–e-Millie Afghan (BMA) in Kabul, Afghanistan in early 1990s and a Consultant for Economist to the International Monetary Fund in Washington in late 1990s. He also served as a consumer banker to the First Union National Bank in Northern Virginia during 2000-2001.  
Most recently, Governor Fitrat served as an Advisor to the Executive Director at the World Bank for the last nearly three and a half years.
Governor Fitrat attended primary school in Badakhshan and secondary school in Kabul. He holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan and a Masters degree in Social & Applied Economics with an emphasis on monetary economics from the Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio in the United States.

          

Mohibullah Safi – First Deputy Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank

Mohibullah Safi was born in the year 1975 at kunar province. He migrated to Pakistan during Russian invasion. He did his undergraduate and master degrees in Computer Sciences from the reputed institution, University of the Punjab in 1997. Currently he is studying MA economics from Peshawar University on DL basis.
He worked as system analyst at a US-based firm NeuroDyne for almost a year. He was a lecturer at Tameer-e-Seerat Model Degree College, for almost two years, then he joined the Islamic University for Science and Technology as assistant professor for 2 years.
He worked for the USAID-Afghanistan Economic Governance Project at the central bank for two years and then joined the Da Afghanistan Bank as Deputy Director General Monetary Policy Department, in this capacity he worked on:

    * GDDS (General Data Dissemination System)
    * Five year strategic plan
    * Monetary Policy Formulation
    * Establishment of statistical base for monetary and external sector.

He has closely worked with the IMF on SMP and PRGF program

 
        
Alhaj M. Issa Turab Second Deputy Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank

Second Deputy Turab was appointed to his current position in 2001 and graduated from the Economics faculty of Kabul University in 1974.
Second Deputy Turab joined DAB in 1994 in that capacity. In 1996, Mr. Turab served as First Deputy Governor. Since 2001, Mr. Turab has served as Second Deputy Governor.
Second Deputy Turab served as Deputy Commercial Manager for Bank Mili in 1993. Mr.Turab was Administrative President for the Ministry of Water and Power in 1992, and also has significant experience in accounting with that Ministry.

Members of Supreme Council
 
        Abdul Qadeer Fitrat ,DAB Governor and Chairman of Supreme Coucil (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Mohibullah Safi, First Deputy Governor of DAB and vice Chairman Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of   Directors).
          
        Dr. Abdul Ghani Ghawasi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr. Omer Zakhilwal Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr. Shah Mohammad Mehrabi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Noorullah Delawari Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr.Ghulam Mohammad Yalaqi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).



Albania:    Bank of Albania  

http://www.bankofalbania.org/web/SC_Members_2165_2.php

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Members of the Bank of Albania Supervisory Council

The Supervisoy Council of the Bank of Albania is made up of nine members, three from the Bank of Albania and six external members. The Supervisory Council members from the Bank fo Albania are Mr. Ardian Fullani, Chairman (Governor) and Mr. Fatos Ibrahimi, Vice Chairman (First Deputy Governor), and the external members are Mr. Limos Malaj, Mr. Ksenofon Krisafi, Mrs. Tefta Çuçi, Mr. Adrian Civici, Mr. Halit Xhafa, Mr. Arjan Kadareja and Mr. Benet Beci.

Algeria:    Bank of Algeria

http://www.bank-of-algeria.dz/who.htm

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ONSEIL DE LA MONNAIE ET DU CREDIT

Mohammed LAKSACI : Président

Ali Belahbib : Secrétaire Général

Adresse : Immeuble Joly
38 Avenue Franklin ROOSEVELT -ALGER-
Téléphone : 213-21 23.00.23
Téléphone/Fax : 213-21 23.03.71
Télex : 213-21-66499 / 66437
Correspondance : Arabe - Anglais - Français

Le Conseil de la Monnaie et du Crédit se compose :

Du Conseil d'Administration :

    - Mohammed LAKSACI : Président
    - Ali TOUATI : Membre
    - Choaib EL HASSAR : Membre
    - Hadji BABA AMI : Membre
    - Amar HIOUANI : Membre
    - Faïçal ABBAS : Membre

Et de deux membres du Conseil de la Monnaie et du Crédit :

    - Abderrahmane BENKHALFA,
    - Mustapha Djamel BABA AHMED

Censeurs de la Banque d'Algérie :

    - Madani OULD ZMIRLI.

    Les membres du CMC sont nommés par décret présidentiel.

COMMISSION BANCAIRE

Mohammed LAKSACI - Président
Kamel AKHROUF - Secrétaire Général
Nadia ABDI - Membre
Farid TIAIBA - Membre
Redouane Yacine BADSI - Membre
Djamila BERRA épouse HAMZA - Membre
Malek Wahib BENHAMMOU - Membre

Adresse : 7, boulevard Che Guevara- Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-71.07.58
Télefax : 213-21-71.35.64

BANQUE D’ALGERIE  Immeuble Joly
Siége Social - Immeuble Joly
Adresse : 38 Avenue Franklin ROOSEVELT -ALGER-
Téléphone : 213-21 23.00.23
Correspondance : Arabe - Anglais - Français

Mohammed LAKSACI : GOUVERNEUR

Ali TOUATI : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Choaib EL HASSAR : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Amar HIOUANI : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Hallime Driss BOUGHIDA : Secrétaire Général
 
DIRECTION DE L'ORGANISATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION


DIRECTION GENERALE DES ETUDES

                         Direction Générale
Tahar Latrèche Directeur des analyses de conjoncture
Mustapha Abderrahim Directeur des statistiques
Mme Kenza Laïb Directrice de la doc. des publications
                         et de l’interprétariat
Djamel Ed. Benbelkacem Directeur de la Modélisation
Med Lahbib Goubi Directeur des Relations avec les Organismes Officiels
                            et Multilatéraux

DIRECTION GÉNÉRALE DU CRÉDIT ET DE
LA RÉGLEMENTATION BANCAIRE

Kamel LONGO Directeur Général
Omar Boubekraoui Directeur du Refinancement
Bouzid Saada Directeur des Marchés Monétaire et Financier
Mohamed BOUSSABA Direction de la Centrale des Bilans, des Risques
                                et des Impayés
Saïd Dib Directeur de la Réglementation Bancaire et Agréments

 

BANQUE D’ALGERIE Zirout Youcef

Adresse : 8, boulevard Zirout Youcef - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-73.96.65/66 ou 213-21-73.96.73
Télex : 213-21-56078 / 55063

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’INSPECTION GENERALE

Ramdane IDIR  Directeur Général
                        Directeur de l’Inspection Interne
Hanafi SI-FODIL Directeur de l’Inspection Externe
                         Direction du Contrôle sur Pièces
Abdelkader Messahel  Directeur Régional Inspection Ouest
Rabah Tadjer  Directeur Régional Inspection Centre
Mahfoud  Boudeliou  Directeur Régional Inspection Est
 

DIRECTION GENERALE DES RELATIONS FINANCIERES EXTERIEURES


Rostom Fadli  Directeur Général
Amine Boulesnane Directeur de la Gestion des Avoirs et
                              des Opérations Extérieures
Moussa Sekhara Directeur des Services Bancaires Étrangers
A. Rahmane Bouchouika Directeur des Vérifications et Techniques
                                        de l'Information
Abdelhamid Boulouidnine Directeur du Traitement des Opérations
                                          de Marché

DIRECTION GENERALE DES CHANGES

Mohand Ouali Brahiti  Directeur Général
Mustapha Ali Directeur du Contrôle des Changes
Mme Fadia Ouartsi  Directrice de la Balance des Paiements
Mme Fatma Zohra ADI Directrice de la Dette Extérieure

DIRECTION GENERALE DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES

                                                   Direction Générale
Mustapha Benkhalouf  Directeur du Personnel
Mme Fatima Rahmani Directrice de la Formation
Mohamed Chérif Kheloufi  Directeur de la Sécurité et de la Prévention
 

DIRECTION GENERALE DU RESEAU ET
DES SYSTEMES DE PAIEMENT

 Mohamed Brahim Direction Générale
Youcef Lekhlifi Directeur Régional Ouest
Hammadi Ahmed Directeur Régionale Est
Belkacem Delindi Directeur Régionale Centre
Nacer Eddine Haddad Directeur des Systèmes de paiement
 

  DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’ADMINISTRATION DES MOYENS

Mohamed Abdelaziz  Directeur Général
Mustapha Koudil  Directeur des Moyens Généraux
                            Direction de la Comptabilité, du Budget et Contrôle
Samia Djouzi Directrice des Études et développements (Informatique)
Mourad Belaziz Directeur de l'Ingénierie Technique et Production
                         (Informatique)
                                   

BANQUE D’ALGERIE Amirouche

Adresse : 4, boulevard Colonel Amirouche - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-64.98.47 - 213-21-63.90.53 et 54
Télex : 213-21 56078 / 213-21 55063

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE LA CAISSE GENERALE


Nacim Abdelhamid Abbas Direction Générale
Ramdane Yahia Chérif  Directeur du Contrôle
Mohamed Debagh  Directeur des Emissions et Annulations
 
BANQUE D’ALGERIE Les Annassers
Adresse : Rue des Fusillés Les Annassers - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21 67.51.76
Télefax : 213-21 67.42.33

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’HOTEL DES MONNAIES


Mahrez Zaïba Directeur Général
                     Direction de la Production Fiduciaire
                     Direction de la Production des Billets de Banque
Abdelaziz Hamlat Directeur des Monnaies et Médailles
Boualem TOUIL Direction de l’Administration Générale
Nasreddine Doumi Directeur des Etudes de la Programmation
                            et de la Maintenance

 

ECOLE SUPERIEURE DE BANQUE
Adresse : Route de Baïnem - Bouzaréah - ALGER
Téléphone : 213-21 94.23.05 90.29.29
Téléfax : 213-21 90.29.35


Mahmoud Hemidet  Directeur Général de l’Ecole Supérieure de Banque
Fouad Metatla Directeur de la Formation Longue Durée
Med. Tahar Bouhouche Directeur des Supports Pédagogiques Technique
Mme Naziha Hiouani Directrice des Cycles Cours
                                Directeur du Site et Cadre de Vie
Med. Briedj Directeur de l'Administration et des Finances
                                        Directeur du Développement
 

DIRECTIONS REGIONALES DE LA BANQUE D’ALGERIE


DIRECTION REGIONALE OUEST

Adresse : 13, Bd de la SOUMMAM 31.000 -ORAN-
Téléphone : 213-41 39.36.75 ou 213-41 39.34.64
Télex : 213-41 22818
Télefax : 213-41 39.81.75

Mohamed LEKHLIFI - Directeur Régional

DIRECTION REGIONALE CENTRE

Adresse : 22, Boulevard El Ayachi Abdallah 09000 -Blida-
Téléphone : 213-25-41.97.64 à 68

DIRECTION REGIONALE EST

Adresse : 07, bis Cours de la Révolution 23000 -Annaba-
Téléphone : 213-38 86.50.02 ou 213-38 86.40.10
Télex :213-38 56078 / 55063
Téléfax : 213-38 83.92.79

Ahmed HAMADI - Directeur Régional

 

INSPECTIONS REGIONALES DE LA BANQUE D’ALGERIE


INSPECTION RÉGIONALE OUEST

Adresse : 13, Bd de la SOUMMAM 31.000 -ORAN-
Téléphone : 213-41 39.36.75 ou 213-41 39.34.64
Télex : 213-41 22818
Télefax : 213-41 39.81.75

Abderrezak MESSAHEL - Inspecteur Régional

INSPECTION RÉGIONALE CENTRE

Adresse : 22, Boulevard El Ayachi Abdallah 09000 -Blida-
Téléphone : 213-25 41.97.64 à 68

Rabah TADJER - Inspecteur Régional

INSPECTION RÉGIONALE EST

Adresse : 03,Boulevard Zirout Youcef
- 25000 Constantine -
Téléphone : 213-31 64.28.53 ou 213-31 86.40.10
Téléfax : 213-31 64.11.61

Mahfoud BOUDELIOU - Inspecteur Régional



Argentina:    Central Bank of Argentina
http://www.bcra.gov.ar/index_i.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_bank_of_argentina

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President    Mercedes Marcó del Pont




Armenia:    Central Bank of Armenia

http://www.cba.am/CBA_SITE/about/karuc.html?__locale=en

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Structure of the CBA
 
                
Chairman
   Mr. Arthur Javadyan    Tel.  583 841    Fax:  523 852    
Deputy Chairman
   Mr. Vache Gabrielyan    Tel.  589 611    Fax:  523 852    
Central Bank Board
   Mrs. Amalya Saribekyan    Tel.   545 087    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr. Andranik Norekyan    Tel.   583 533    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr.Vakhtang Abrahamyan    Tel.   545 089    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr. Aharon Chilingaryan    Tel.   587 306    Fax:  523 852      
     Mr. Ashot Mkrtchyan    Tel.   592 552    Fax:  523 852    
Auditing Group
   Chief Auditor    Tel.      Fax:      E-mail:  
Secretariat
   Head of Secretariat Mr. Oleg Aghasyan    Tel.   565 496    Fax:  523 852    E-mail:   g_khachatryan@cba.am
Monetary Policy Department
  Head Mr. Artur Stepanyan    Tel.   563 642    Fax:   523 852    E-mail:   a.nakhshikyan@cba.am
Financial Monitoring Center
  Head Mr. Daniel Azatyan    Tel.   545 088    Fax:   545 088    E-mail:   supervision@cba.am
Information and Communication Technologies Department
  Head Mr.  Samvel Arakelyan    Tel.   542 582    Fax:   542 582    E-mail:   amirzakhanyan@cba.am
Statistics Department
   Head Mr. Martin Galstyan    Tel.   583 631    Fax:   583 631    E-mail:   hmd.mpd@cba.am
Chief Accountant, Accounting Department
  Head Ms. Haykanoush Hakobyan    Tel.   580 634    Fax:   580 634    E-mail:   khachatryankh@cba.am
Legal Department
  Head Mr. Varoujan Avedikian    Tel.   561 771    Fax:   523 852    E-mail:   cashoper@cba.am
Regulation of Currency Circulation  Department
  Head Mr. Suren Simonyan    Tel.   567 423    Fax:   567 423    E-mail:   polstrat@cba.am
Security Department
   Head Mr.  Saribek Mkrtchyan    Tel.   524 881    Fax:   524 881    E-mail:   administrative@cba.am
 Public Relations Service
  Head   Ms. Zaruhi Barseghyan    Tel.   563 761    Fax:   563 761    E-mail:   http://www.cbaruba.org/cba/getPage.do?p ... _ORG_CHART





Australia:    Reserve Bank of Australia

http://www.rba.gov.au/about-rba/boards/ ... ml#members

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Members of the Reserve Bank Board

The Reserve Bank Board comprises nine members: three ex officio members – the Governor (who is Chairman), the Deputy Governor (who is Deputy Chairman) and the Secretary to the Treasury – and six external members, who are appointed by the Treasurer. The Governor and Deputy Governor are appointed for terms of up to seven years, and are eligible for reappointment. The external members are appointed for terms of up to five years. A list of previous and current members of the Reserve Bank Board is also published on this website.

In terms of section 17(1) of the Reserve Bank Act, members of the Board may not be a director, officer or employee of an authorised deposit-taking institution for the purposes of the Banking Act 1959.

The current members of the Reserve Bank Board are:

Chairman: Glenn Stevens
Governor since 18 September 2006
Present term ends 17 September 2013
Chairman – Payments System Board
Chairman – Council of Financial Regulators

Ric Battellino
Deputy Governor since 14 February 2007
Present term ends 13 February 2012
Member – RBA Audit Committee

Ken Henry AC
Secretary to the Treasury
Member since 27 April 2001

John Akehurst
Member since 31 August 2007
Present term ends 30 August 2012
Director – CSL Limited
Director – Origin Energy Limited
Director – Securency International Pty Ltd
Director – University of Western Australia Business School

Jillian Broadbent AO
Member since 7 May 1998
Present term ends 6 May 2013
Chairman – RBA Audit Committee
Director – Australian Securities Exchange
Director – Coca-Cola Amatil Limited
Director – Special Broadcasting Service

Roger Corbett AO
Member since 2 December 2005
Present term ends 1 December 2010
Member – RBA Audit Committee
Chairman – ALH Group Limited
Chairman – Fairfax Media Limited
Deputy Chairman – PrimeAg Australia Limited
Director – Wal-Mart Stores Inc

Graham Kraehe AO
Member since 14 February 2007
Present term ends 13 February 2012
Chairman – BlueScope Steel Limited
Chairman – Brambles Limited
Director – Djerriwarrh Investments Limited
Member – Australasian Council of INSEAD

Donald McGauchie AO
Member since 30 March 2001
Present term ends 29 March 2011
Deputy Chairman – James Hardie Industries NV
Director – Nufarm Limited
Chairman – Australian Wool Testing Authority Ltd

Warwick McKibbin
Member since 31 July 2001
Present term ends 30 July 2011
Director – Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, College of Business and Economics, Australian National University
Director – Research School of Economics, Australian National University
Professorial Fellow – Lowy Institute for International Policy
Non-Resident Senior Fellow – The Brookings Institution, USA
Director – McKibbin Software Group Pty Ltd


Austria:    Austrian National Bank

http://www.oenb.at/en/welcome_to_the_oenb.jsp

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President
Claus J. Raidl      Vice President
Max Kothbauer   
Office of the General Council
Central Bank Policy
Governor
Ewald Nowotny
Accounting, IT and Payment Systems
Vice Governor
Wolfgang Duchatczek
Financial Stability, Banking Supervision and Statistics
Executive Director
Andreas Ittner
Financial Market Operations, Equity Interests and Internal Services
Executive Director
Peter Zöllner




Azerbaijan:    Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

http://www.cbar.az/pages/about-us/struc ... ent-board/

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Dr.Elman Siraj oglu RUSTAMOV
Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1952 Born in Azerbaijan, Jabrail district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1973 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, faculty of “Planning of National Economy”, distinction graduate.
1973 Scientific Research Institute of Economy under the USSR State Planning Committee, economist.
1974-1975 Military service.
1975-1978 Post graduate course.
1978-1980 Baku Fine Broadcloth Union of Azerbaijan SSR Ministry of Light Industry, chief of department of Economy.
1980-1990 Scientific Research Institute of Economy under the State Planning Committee, chief economist, head of division.
1986 Scientific Research Institute of Economy, Candidate of economic sciences, scientist degree.
1990-1992 Economy Institute under the State Planning Committee of the USSR, Moscow, PhD.
1991-1992 Presidential Apparatus of the Azerbaijan Republic, chief adviser.
1992 National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1993 Doctor of economic sciences degree. Author of economic, financial and banking scientific works.
1995, January Chairman of the Management Board of the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic by the Order of the President of the Azerbaijan Republic.
2000, Aprel Chairman of the Management Board of the NBA for the second 5-year term.
2005, Aprel Chairman of the Management Board of the NBA for the third 5-year term. He is a chairman of the World Bank in Azerbaijan.
Married, has three children.

Alim Quliyev   Alim Salim oglu GULIYEV
First-deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1960 Born in Azerbaijan, Tar-tar district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1981 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1981 Shamakhi branch of the USSR State Bank, economist.
1981-1983 Military Service.
1983, June – December Shamakhi branch of the USSR State Bank, economist.
1983, December – 1988 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, inspector, chief inspector in the department of Supervision.
1988 – 1993 Joint Stock Agrarian-Industrial Commercial Bank, leading inspector, chief inspector in the department of Control and Inspection, and later as a Deputy Chairman.
1993, January National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Chief of Banking Supervision division.
1995, March director of the Supervision department and Deputy Chairman. 1995, October – 1996, June, Joint Stock Savings Bank, Chairman of the Provisional Management Committee.
1996, June 14 The member of the Management Board in the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, same year September 24, First-deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2001, December – The member of the Management Board for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2002 – Candidate of economic sciences. Author of seven scientific works and one monograph.
2006, December The member of the Management Board for the third 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, First-deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has two children.

Vadim Xubanov   Vadim Aladdin oglu KHUBANOV
Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1963 Born in Russia, Moscow. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1985 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1985 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, chief economist.
1985-1987 Military service.
1987 District Office named after 26 Baku commissars at the Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, economist; from that time Flat–Communal and Social Development Bank, economist, chief economist, head economist.
1991 Foreign Relations Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, chief of the division of Credit-planning, 1992 International Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, director of “Economic analysis and development of foreign relations” department.
1993 International Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board,1995 First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1996, June 14, The member of the Management Board in the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, same year September 24, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2001, December – The member of the Management Board for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2006, December The member of the Management Board for the third 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has two children.

Avtandil Babayev   Aftandil Gasim oglu BABAYEV
Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1957, Born in Georgia, Marneuli district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1978, Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1978, “Azkolkhoz Private Construction” Trust, division of planning, economist.
1979-1980, Military service.
1981-1983, Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Azerbaijan, economist, senior economist, chief of financial division.
1983-1984, Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Azerbaijan, senior economist; 1984-1994, State Committee on Prices, deputy chief of division, chief of division, deputy director of head office.
1994, National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, General department of monetary policy and currency regulation, deputy chief of department; 1995, Director of “Monetary policy” department, 2000, July National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, Executive Director.
2001, December The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2006, December The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2007, February Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has three children.

Abdulla Kerim oglu MALİK-ASLANOV
Councilor of the Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1958 Born in Azerbaijan, Fuzuli region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1979 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade.
1979 Narimanov branch of the State Bank of the USSR, economist.
1979 – 1981 Military service.
1981 Narimanov Branch of the State Bank of the USSR, economist, leading economist, head economist and deputy director.
1992, February National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, director of department.
1996 – 2001 The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
1996, September Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2007, February Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2008, March Councilor of the Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
Current position: Councilor of the Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic.
Married, has 2 children.
Əbülfəz Axundov    Abulfaz Nuru oglu AKHUNDOV
General Director

1950 Born in Azerbaijan, Shamakhi region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1973 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, 1973 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR Construction Bank in Baku city, loan inspector.
1973 – 1974 Military service.
1974 Industrial-Construction Bank, chief loan inspector, chief economist, leading economist, head economist, head of division, chief of department.
1988 Flat–Communal and Social Development Bank, Deputy Chairman, First-Deputy Chairman.
1991 Republic Pension Fund. First assistant of chief of department.
1992 Economy-Investment Shareholder-Commercial Bank, Chairman of Management Board.
1994, May “Parabank” Shareholder-Commercial Bank, councilor.
1995, March National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Director of the department of regulations of Banks’ activities, same year October, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1996 – 2001 National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, the member of the Management Board by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
1996, September National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2007, February Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2009, July General Director of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has 3 children.
Xəqani Abdullayev    Khagani Sarkhan oglu ABDULLAYEV
General Director

1976 Born in Azerbaijan, Beylagan region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1999 Azerbaijan State Economic University; 2005 Candidate of economic sciences; 1997 National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Money-credit policy department.
1999, December – 2000, April “Pricewaterhouse Coopers” company, audit assistant.
2000, April – July “European Tobacco-Baku” company, Assistant of Chairman of the Management Board in Economy Affairs.
2000, August National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Monetary policy department, chief economist, head of division, director of department.
2008, April Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2009, July General Director of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has 2 children.




Bahamas:    Central Bank of The Bahamas

http://www.centralbankbahamas.com/about_board.php

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The Board

Under the Central Bank of The Bahamas Act, 2000 (“the Act”), overall responsibility for the policy and general administration of the Bank is vested in the Board of Directors. The Act provides that the Board, which is appointed by the Governor General, shall consist of a Governor, and four other Directors having wide experience in and having shown some capacity in financial or commercial matters, industry, law or administration.

Current Board members include:

    * Mrs. Wendy Craigg, Governor since June 2005
    * Mr. Philip Stubbs, Board Member since July 2009
    * Mr. Wayne Aranha, Board Member since July 2009
    * Mr. Colin Callender, Board Member since July 2009

Past Governors of the Bank include: Mr. Julian Francis (1997-2005), Mr. James H. Smith (1987-1997), Sir William C. Allen (1980-1987) and Mr. T. Baswell Donaldson (1974-1980).

Senior Officials
Wendy M. Craigg   Governor
Michael F. Lightbourne   Deputy Governor
Stanislaw J. Bereza   Inspector of Banks and Trust Companies
Bert A. Sherman   Senior Manager
Cassandra C. Nottage   Manager, Bank Supervision Department
Cecile M. Sherman   Manager, Banking
Errol L. Bodie   Manager, Information Technology
Gerard L. Horton   Manager, Exchange Control
Sylvia L. Carey   Manager Human Resources
Rochelle A. Deleveaux   Legal Counsel & Secretary to The Board
John A. Rolle   Manager, Research Department
Keith T. Jones   Manager, Accounts Department
Ian B. Fernander   Manager, Administration


Wendy M. Craigg

Mrs. Wendy Craigg was appointed Governor and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of The Bahamas on June 1, 2005, having served as Deputy Governor since 10th September, 1997. Prior to her appointment as Deputy Governor, Mrs. Craigg headed the Research Department of the Bank where she commenced her employment with the Bank on 17th July 1978.

A graduate of St. Augustine’s College, Mrs. Craigg attained a Bachelor of Arts in economics and business from the College of Mount Saint Vincent, New York and further obtained a Master of Arts in economics from Fordham University. Her professional training included seminars and specialized courses at the International Monetary Fund and the Swiss National Bank.

In her professional capacity, Mrs. Craigg has published a number of papers on economic issues and has served on numerous Boards and Working Groups and Committees related to trade, monetary integration, fiscal policy, payments and privatization. She presently serves as Deputy Chairman of the Securities Commission of The Bahamas, and as an Executive Committee member of the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance (CCMF).

A career central banker, Mrs. Craigg has been closely involved in a number of initiatives to enhance the delivery of domestic banking services, including the ongoing payments system modernization initiative.

She is married to Anthony Craigg.


Michael Lightbourne

Mr. Lightbourne is a career banker and former central banker, having served as Deputy Manager, Bank Supervision Department, from 1983 to 1991. He began his professional career as an Investment Analyst and Portfolio Manager at RoyWest Trust Corporation of The Bahamas (now S G Hambros Bank & Trust) where he was employed from 1977 to 1982.

Prior to his appointment as Central Bank Deputy Governor, Mr. Lightbourne held the position of Manager, Personal Lines Division, at a major insurance company and, prior to that, the post of Account Manager at RBC Royal Bank of Canada, where he managed both private and public sector portfolios.

Mr. Lightbourne is a graduate of St. Augustine’s College, Nassau. After completing his “A” Levels, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Accounts and Economics at Middlesex University in the United Kingdom and went on to complete his MBA in Financial Management at the City University Business School, London. Mr. Lightbourne also holds certificates in investment analysis and portfolio management from the New York Institute of Finance and in banking from the Federal Reserve System Banking School, Washington. He has participated in numerous local and international seminars and courses in bank supervision, investments, banking, insurance and money laundering.

Mr. Lightbourne is married to the former Virgil H. Munnings and the couple has two children, Scharad and Sasha. He is a member of the Roman Catholic faith community and attends St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Among his personal interests are reading, cooking, traveling and gardening.


Bahrain:    Central Bank of Bahrain

http://www.cbb.gov.bh/cmsrule/index.jsp ... le&ID=2775

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Board of Directors

▼ Chairman

   Mr. Qassim Mohammed Fakhro

▼ Deputy Chairman

   Mr. Hameed Salman Al Sairafi

▼ Board Members
   
    Mr. Rasheed Mohammed Al Maraj

   Mr. Yousif Abdulla Humood

   Dr. Zakaria Hejres

   Mr. Mohammed Hussain Yateem

   Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa




Bangladesh:    Bangladesh Bank

http://www.bangladesh-bank.org/

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Dr. Atiur Rahman
Governor, Bangladesh Bank

Dr. Atiur Rahman took the helm of the central Bank of Bangladesh for four year tenure on May 1, 2009 as the 10th Governor of Bangladesh Bank, the country's monetary policy authority, financial sector regulator and supervisor.

Dr. Rahman has been a renowned economist in his varied roles as a University Professor, researcher, banker and a leader in pro-poor, environment-friendly and gender-sensitive development paradigm. Prior to his assumption of the office of the Governor, he was a Professor of Economics in the Department of Development Studies (2006-2009), University of Dhaka, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Shamunnay, a centre for excellence in development research in Bangladesh. He also served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Unnayan Shamannay, a non-profit organization for research, development and cultural learning. His previous roles also include Director of Sonali Bank, the largest commercial bank in Bangladesh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Janata Bank, the second largest commercial bank in the country and a long tenure as a Senior Research Fellow at the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS). He conducted various research works on economic development and published extensively on the micro-finance revolution in Bangladesh. For many years, Dr. Rahman also steered the Credit Development Forum (CDF) in Bangladesh as Chairman. He has been a known public face advocating for more humane development including pro-poor participatory budgeting. He is considered an authority on matters related to the fiscal budget in Bangladesh.         




Born in 1951, Dr. Atiur Rahman studied at Mirzapur Cadet College for his secondary and higher secondary education, followed by his undergraduate and graduate studies at the Department of Economics of the University of Dhaka where he obtained his B.A. (Honors) and M.A. in Economics, achieving academic distinctions at all levels. He was awarded the Commonwealth scholarship and went to the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London to pursue his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics (1983). His PhD thesis "Peasants and Classes" published later as a book by the Oxford University Press is an acclaimed reference book in development research. Subsequently, he was awarded a Commonwealth Development Fellowship at the University of Manitoba in Canada (1989), a Ford Foundation Post Doctoral Fellowship at The University of London (1991-92), and a Visiting Research Fellowship, at the Institute of South-East Asian Studies, Singapore (1998-99). He was also a visiting/adjunct professor in a number of universities, both home and abroad.
 
Besides, he has been directing a number of socio-cultural organizations including Biswa Sahitya Kendra and Monajatuddin Smriti Sangsad. He served as Project Director / Team Leader on 22 international and 58 national projects related to socio-economic development and participated in 75 international and around 250 national workshops. He also served as the General Secretary of Bangladesh Economic Association and as a life member of Asiatic Society, Bangladesh and Bangla Academy.

 
Dr. Atiur Rahman is a champion of indigenous development paradigm rooted in the Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore that has a strategic thrust on agricultural and rural development for the predominantly agrarian and rural Bangladesh. He is an eminent expert on poverty alleviation and one of his major research areas is poverty alleviation of char (shoal) dwellers.

 
Dr. Rahman has also distinguished himself as a popular newspaper columnist on poverty, public expenditure, economic development, public welfare and other socio-economic issues. His published books total 45 as of 2009 of which 16 are in English and 29 are in Bangla. Besides, he has published dozens of papers in national and international journals. For his outstanding contribution to the society, he achieved many awards including the prestigious Atish Dipankar Gold Medal (2000) and the Chandrabati Gold Medal (2008).

 
Dr. Rahman is married to Dr. Shahana Rahman, Professor of Pediatrics, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University and they have been blessed with three daughters: Arno Kamolika, Orchi Madhurima and Prokriti Shyamolima.

Deputy Governors
       Md. Nazrul Huda
     Ziaul Hasan Siddiqui
     Murshid Kuli Khan

Board of Directors
Chairman
Dr. Atiur Rahman   880-2-7120106(Off)   880-2-9566212   
Director
Md. Nazrul Huda   880-2-7122533(Off),
880-2-9550304(Off),
880-2-8353491(Res.)   880-2-9566212   
Dr.Mohammad Tareque   880-2-7160406(Off),
880-02-8959066(Res)   880-2-7165581   
Mr. M Musharraf Hossain Bhuiyan   880-2-8112641(Off.)
880-2-8859179 (Res.)
88-01552100026 (Mob.)   880-2-8113088   
Dr. Nasiruddin Ahmed   880-2-8362442 (Off)   880-2-8316143   
Dr. Mustafa Kamal Mujeri   880-2-8813985 (Res),
01711595205 (Mob)      
Dr. Sanot Kumar Saha   0721-750363 (Res),
01913012729 (Mob)      
Dr. Sadiq Ahmed   880-2-9899759 (Off),
06662801039 (Off)      
Prof. Hannana Begum   880-2-8143602 (Res),
01711106068 (Mob)      
Md. Shafiqur Rahman Patwary   880-2-7169987(Off.),
8144849(Res.)      
Secretary
Abu Hena Mohd. Razee Hassan   880-2-9512990 (Off),
880-2-8829045 (Res),
88-01730016865 (Mob)   880-2-9566212
   




Barbados:    Central Bank of Barbados

http://www.centralbank.org.bb/WEBCBB.ns ... enDocument

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The Bank
Board of Directors and Senior Officers
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. R. DeLisle Worrell. Ph. D, Chairman

Grantley W. Smith, Esq., B.A. (Hons.), D.P.A., B. C. H.

Mr. Cecil McCarthy LL. B, (UWI) L.E.C.

Ms. Onika Stewart LL. B (UWI) LL. M (Lond) L.E.C.

Justin Robinson Ph. D, (Manc) Msc, Bsc (UWI)

Mr. Ashley Toppin FCCA, JP

Mr. Harold Hoyte, G.C.M.

Mr. Elson A. Gaskin, LLB. (UWI)  L.E.C. Legal Counsel / Secretary to the Board
SENIOR MANAGEMENT

R. DeLisle Worrell. Ph.D
   

Governor

Daniel O. Boamah, Ph.D.
   

Deputy Governor

Cleviston L. Haynes, Esq., M.A. (Econ.)
   

Deputy Governor

Kevin C. Greenidge, Ph.D.
   

Director, Research

Michael D. Carrington, Esq., M.B.A., F.C.C.A.
   

Financial Controller

Harold E. Codrington, Esq., M.A. (Econ.)
   

Advisor

Mrs. Marlene E. Bayne, M.B.A.
   

Director, Bank Supervision

Miss Janice D. Marshall, M.B.A.
   

Director, Management Information Systems

Abdul R. Mehter, Esq., M.B.A., F.C.I.S.
   

Director, Facilities Management

Peter H. Whitehall, Esq., M.P.A.
   

Director, Foreign Exchange and Export Credit

Miss Julia A. Weekes, CFA., B.Sc.
   

Director, Banking, Currency and Investments

Mrs. Janis O. Marville, M.Sc
   

Director, Human Resources

Mr. Steve A. Vaughn, F.C.C.A., C.I.A.
   

Director, Internal Audit

David A. Boyce, Esq., M.B.A., A.F.A., F.I.A.B., Dip. M.S.,
   

Deputy Director, Foreign Exchange and Export Credit

Mrs. Michelle Doyle-Lowe, CFA, M. Phil, B.S.c
   

Deputy Director, Banking, Currency & Investments

Miss Octavia O. Gibson, M.Sc., B.A., J.P.
   

Deputy Director, Banking, Currency & Investments

Hartley O .Jordan, Esq., MBA
   

Deputy Director, Facilities Management

Miss Angolyn R. Kirton, C.G.A.
   

Deputy Financial Controller

Peter  deC. Rochester, Esq., M.B.A.
   

Deputy Director, Management Information Systems

Miss Celeste J. Wood, M.Sc., M.B.A.,
   

Deputy Director (Statistics), Research



Belarus:    National Bank of the Republic of Belarus

http://www.nbrb.by/engl/today/board.asp

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Postal address   20, Nezavisimosty Ave.,
220008 Minsk, Belarus   
Business hours   8.30 – 17.30h GMT+2,
Monday – Thursday
8.30 – 16.15h GMT+2,
Friday
Telephone   +375 17 2192303, 2192374; 2192242
(Foreign Economic Activities Directorate)
+375 17 2223621
(Correspondent Banking)
Telefax   +375 17 2274879, 2275094
Telex   252449 BELAR BY
S.W.I.F.T.   NBRB BY2X
Reuters   NBRB
Feedback   Contact Form
Web server name   http://www.nbrb.by
The Board of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
Petr P. PROKOPOVICH
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
   Yury M. ALYMOV
First Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus                    
Pavel V. KALLAUR
First Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus
   Nikolai V. LUZGIN
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus         
Vladimir Ya. SENKO
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus
   Vasily S. MATYUSHEVSKY
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus           
Andrei V. KOBYAKOV
Deputy
Prime Minister
of the Republic of Belarus
   Valentina V. AZAREVICH
Chief Accountant – Head
of the Accounting Directorate
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus           
Nadezhda A. ERMAKOVA
Chairperson of the Board,
"OJSC Savings Bank "Belarusbank"




Belgium:    National Bank of Belgium

http://www.nbb.be/pub/01_00_00_00_00/01 ... 0.htm?l=en

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Governor
The Governor directs the National Bank. He presides over the Board of Directors and the Council of Regency, he has their decisions implemented and represents the Bank in legal proceedings. The Governor is also a member of the ECB Governing Council, which takes decisions on monetary policy for the euro area.
Guy Quaden, governor of the National Bank of Belgium

He is appointed by the King for a renewable term of five years. He may be removed from office only if he has been guilty of serious misconduct or if he no longer fulfils the conditions required for the performance of his duties.

Mr Guy Quaden has held the office of Governor since 1 March 1999. By a Royal Decree of 22 December 2003, Mr Guy Quaden was reappointed for a further five year term beginning on 1 March 2004. By a Royal Decree of 1 March 2009, he was reappointed for a new five year term beginning on 1 March 2009.

the Board of Directors
Guy Quaden
Governor
Luc Coene
Vice Governor - Secretary
Marcia De Wachter
Director
Jan Smets
Director
Françoise Masai
Director
Jean Hilgers
Director - Treasurer
Peter Praet
Director
Norbert De Batselier
Director

The Council of Regency is composed of the governor, the directors and ten regents. It includes an equal number of French- and Dutch-speaking regents.

The regents are elected by the general meeting for a renewable term of three years.

    * Two regents are chosen on the proposal  of the most representative labour organisations
       
    * Three regents are chosen on the proposal of the most representative organisations from industry and commerce, from agriculture and from small and medium-sized enterprises and traders
       
    * Five regents are chosen on the proposal of the Minister of Finance.

The regents may not hold office as managing director, director or manager in a credit institution.
Luc Cortebeeck
Regent
Rudy De Leeuw
Regent
Michèle Detaille
Regent
Martine Durez
Regent
Jacques Forest
Regent
Gérald Frère
Regent
Didier Matray
Regent
Rudi Thomaes
Regent
Karel Van Eetvelt
Regent
Piet Vanthemsche
Regent

The Board of Censors is composed of ten members. It includes an equal number of French and Dutch speakers. The censors are elected by the general meeting of shareholders for a renewable term of three years.

 
Baron Paul Buysse
Censor
Luc Carsauw
Censor
Jean‑François Cats
Censor
Jean Eylenbosch
Censor
Philippe Grulois
Censor
Jean-François Hoffelt
Censor
Bernard Jurion
Censor
Michel Moll
Censor
Francine Swiggers
Censor
Jan Vercamst
Censor

Jean-Pierre Arnoldi
Representative of the Minister of Finance

Belize:    Central Bank of Belize

http://www.centralbank.org.bz/services1 ... +Directors

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The Board of Directors

In accordance with the Central Bank of Belize Act, Chapter 262, Revised Edition 2000, the Central Bank’s Board of Directors consists of the Governor, a Deputy Governor and the Financial Secretary as ex-officio members and not less than three nor more than four other members, who are appointed by the Minister with responsibility for the Central Bank, for such period not exceeding four years.  The Minister shall appoint one of the members as Chairman of the Board, and the members shall elect one of their number as the Vice-Chairman.

 

The members of the current Board are as follows:

 

Mr. Alan Slusher              -       Chairman

 

Mr. Ralph Feinstein         -       Vice Chairman

 

Mr. Kerry Belisle               -      Member

 

Mr. Darrell Bradley          -      Member

 

Mr. Glenford Ysaguirre    -     Governor    

 

Mrs. Christine Vellos       -     Deputy Governor, Economic Intelligence

(Ex-Officio Member)                      

 

Mr. Joseph Waight           -    Financial Secretary

(Ex-Officio Member)

 
The Board is the policy making organ of the Bank and is required to meet at least ten times each year.  In the absence of a Chairman the Vice-Chairman shall preside at the meetings..


Benin:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

http://www.bceao.int/internet/bcweb.nsf ... enFrameSet

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The West African Monetary Union is characterised by the recognition of a common monetary unit , the Franc of the African Financial Community (CFA F), which is issued by the Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). WAMU currently comprises : Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.

The organs ensuring the administration of WAMU are :

    * The Conference of Heads of State ;
    * The Council of Ministers ;
    * The Banking Commission, and ;
    * The Savings and Financial markets Regional Council.


The Conference of Heads of State is the supreme authority of the Union. It decides on the accession of new members and settles any matter that the Council of Ministers of the Union has referred to it.
The Conference of Heads of State meets at least once a year in ordinary session and as often as necessary in extraordinary session.
The Council of Ministers ensures the management of the Union. Each member State is represented in the Council by two Ministers, but only the Minister of Finance is entitled to vote.

The Council of Ministers takes decisions by unanimous vote in matters in which it is empowered to act under the provisions of the Treaty establishing WAMU and
the Statutes of BCEAO, as well as in any matters that the Governments of the member States of the Union may agree to refer to it for study or decision. These decisions must be in keeping with the international commitments of the States of the Union.

The Council of Ministers defines the monetary and credit policy of the Union in order to safeguard the value of the common currency and to provide for the financing of the activities and economic development of the States of the Union.

It notably approves the clearing and payment agreements between the common central bank and foreign central banks which are intended to facilitate the external payments of the member States of the Monetary Union.

The Council of Ministers meets on a quarterly basis in ordinary session and as often necessary in extraordinary session



Bermuda:    Bermuda Monetary Authority

http://www.bma.bm/about-us/org-structure.html

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Senior Management

Cyralene Benskin-Murray, LLB (Hons), MRP
   

Assistant Director, Legal Services & Enforcement

Terry Pitcher
   

Assistant Director, Corporate & Financial Services

Verna Hollis Smith
   

Assistant Director, Human Resources

Gina Smith
   

Assistant Director, Actuarial Services

Marcelo Ramella
   

Assistant Director, Policy, Research & Risk Assessment: Research

Suzanne Williams
   

Assistant Director, Insurance Supervision, Complex Institutions

Mesheiah Crockwell
   

Assistant Director, Programme Implementation

Leslie Robinson
   

Assistant Director, Insurance Licensing & Authorisation

Courtney Christie-Veitch
   

Assistant Director, Banking, Trust & Investment, Financial Group

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Bank for International Settlements (BIS)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_for_I ... ettlements
http://www.bis.org/about/board.htm

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Board of Directors

Christian Noyer, Paris (Chairman of the Board of Directors)

Hans Tietmeyer, Frankfurt am Main (Vice-Chairman)

Ben S Bernanke, Washington, DC; Mark Carney, Ottawa; Mario Draghi, Rome;  William C Dudley, New York; Philipp Hildebrand, Zürich; Stefan Ingves, Stockholm; Mervyn  King, London; Jean-Pierre Landau, Paris; Henrique de Campos Meirelles, Brasilia; Guy Quaden, Brussels; Fabrizio Saccomanni, Rome; Masaaki Shirakawa, Tokyo; Jean-Claude Trichet, Frankfurt am Main; Paul Tucker, London; Axel Weber, Frankfurt am Main; Nout H E M Wellink, Amsterdam; Zhou Xiaochuan, Beijing

Alternates

Paul Fisher or Michael Cross, London; Pierre Jaillet or Denis Beau, Paris; Donald L Kohn or D Nathan Sheets, Washington, DC; Hans-Helmut Kotz or Wolfgang Mörke, Frankfurt am Main; Peter Praet or Jan Smets, Brussels; Ignazio Visco, Rome

About the Board

The Board of Directors has at present 19 members (January 2010). The Board has six ex officio directors, comprising the Governors of the central banks of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom and the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System. Each ex officio member may appoint another member of the same nationality. The Statutes also provide for the election to the Board of not more than nine Governors of other member central banks. The Governors of the central banks of Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland and the President of the ECB are currently elected members of the Board.

The Board of Directors elects a Chairman from among its members for a three-year term. The Board also elects a Vice-Chairman.

The Board is responsible for determining the strategic and policy direction of the BIS, supervising the management, and fulfilling the specific tasks given to it by the Bank's Statutes. It meets at least six times a year. Four advisory committees, made up of selected Board members, assist the Board in its work:

    * The Administrative Committee reviews key areas of the Bank's administration, such as budget and expenditures, HR policies and IT. The Committee is chaired by the Board's Vice Chairman, Hans Tietmeyer.
    * The Banking and Risk Management Committee addresses the financial objectives and the business model for BIS banking operations, and the risk management framework of the BIS. The Committee's Chairman is Stefan Ingves.
    * The Audit Committee is the Board's contact with Internal & External Auditors and Compliance, and examines the implementation of the Bank's risk management framework and policies. The Committee is chaired by Christian Noyer.
    * The Nomination Committee deals with the appointment of the six members of the BIS Executive Committee and is chaired by the Board's Chairman.

The Board has adopted a Code of Conduct for Members of the Board of Directors.

Management of the BIS

The General Manager is Jaime Caruana. The Deputy General Manager is Hervé Hannoun.

The General Manager - the Bank's chief executive officer - carries out the policy determined by the Board of Directors and is responsible to the Board for the management of the Bank.

The heads of the three main departments are Peter Dittus (General Secretariat), Stephen Cecchetti (Monetary and Economic Department) and Günter Pleines (Banking Department). The General Counsel is Diego Devos.

Other senior officials are Jim Etherington (Deputy Secretary General), Louis de Montpellier (Deputy Head of Banking) and Josef Tošovský (Chairman, Financial Stability Institute).  Claudio Borio and Philip Turner are the Deputy Heads of the Monetary and Economic Department.

Eli Remolona is Chief Representative, Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific, and Gregor Heinrich is Chief Representative, Representative Office for the Americas.


Burundi:    Bank of the Republic of Burundi......i dont speak french

The Gambia:    Central Bank of The Gambia.....no data

Montenegro:    Central Bank of Montenegro......No data

CERTAIN AFRICAN COUNTRIES ARE RUN BY THE FOLLOWING............
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_Ce ... can_States
http://www.beac.int/
Headquarters    Yaoundé, Cameroon
Established    1972
President    Philibert Andzembe
Central Bank of    Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
Currency    Central African CFA franc
ISO 4217 Code    XAF
Cameroon:    Bank of Central African States
Central African Republic:    Bank of Central African States
Chad:    Bank of Central African States
Gabon:    Bank of Central African States
Congo:    Bank of Central African States
Equatorial Guinea: Bank of Central African States


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Ba ... can_States
Headquarters    Dakar, Senegal
Established    1961
President    Philippe-Henri Dakoury-Tabley
Central Bank of    West African Economic and Monetary Union
Currency    West African CFA franc
ISO 4217 Code    XOF
Website    http://www.bceao.int
Côte d'Ivoire:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Benin:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Burkina Faso:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Senegal:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Togo: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Niger:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Mali:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)
Guinea Bissau:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)



IMF

http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/eds.htm
http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/officers.htm
http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec/memdir/members.htm

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Senior Officials of the International Monetary Fund
Last Updated: March 03, 2010


Managing Director    Dominique Strauss-Kahn
First Deputy Managing Director    John Lipsky
Deputy Managing Director    Murilo Portugal
Deputy Managing Director    Naoyuki Shinohara
Economic Counsellor    Olivier Blanchard
Financial Counsellor    José Viñals
African Department Director    Antoinette Monsio Sayeh
Asia and Pacific Department Director    Anoop Singh
European Department Director    Marek Belka
External Relations Department Director    Caroline Atkinson
Finance Department Director    Andrew Tweedie
Fiscal Affairs Department Director    Carlo Cottarelli
Human Resources Department Director    Shirley Siegel
IMF Institute Director    Leslie Lipschitz
Legal Department General Counsel and Director    Sean Hagan
Middle East and Central Asia Department Director    Masood Ahmed
Monetary and Capital Markets
Department Director    José Viñals
Research Department Director    Olivier Blanchard
Secretary's Department
Secretary    Siddharth Tiwari
Statistics Department Director    Adelheid Burgi-Schmelz
Strategy, Policy, and Review Department Director    Reza Moghadam
Technology and General Services Department Director    Frank Harnischfeger
Technology and General Services Department Chief Information Officer    Jonathan Palmer
Western Hemisphere Department Director    Nicolas Eyzaguirre
Office of Budget and Planning Director    Daniel Citrin
Office of Internal Audit and Inspection Director    G. Russell Kincaid
Office of Technical Assistance Management Director    Alfred Kammer
Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Director    Akira Ariyoshi
Offices in Europe Director    Emmanuel van der Mensbrugghe
Special Representative to the UN    Elliott Harris
Independent Evaluation Office
Director    Moises J. Schwartz

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IMF Executive Directors and Voting Power
 Director  Alternate Casting Votes of    Votes by Country Total Votes1 Percent
of Fund
Total2
Appointed
Meg Lundsager
Douglas A. Rediker    United States    371,743    371,743    16.74
Daisuke Kotegawa
Hiromi Yamaoka    Japan    133,378    133,378    6.01
Klaus D. Stein
Stephan von Stenglin    Germany    130,332    130,332    5.87
Ambroise Fayolle
Aymeric Ducrocq    France    107,635    107,635    4.85
Alex Gibbs
James Talbot    United Kingdom    107,635    107,635    4.85

Director
Alternate    Casting Votes of    Votes by Country    Total Votes1    Percent
of Fund
Total2
Elected
Willy Kiekens (Belgium)
Johann Prader (Austria)      Austria    18,973         
Belarus    4,114         
Belgium    46,302         
Czech Republic    8,443         
Hungary    10,634         
Kazakhstan    3,907         
Luxembourg    3,041         
Slovak Republic    3,825         
Slovenia    2,567         
Turkey    12,163    113,969    5.13
 
Age F.P. Bakker (Netherlands)
Yuriy G. Yakusha (Ukraine)    Armenia    1,170         
Bosnia and Herzegovina    1,941         
Bulgaria    6,652         
Croatia    3,901         
Cyprus    1,646         
Georgia    1,753         
Israel    9,532         
Macedonia, former Yugoslav Republic of    939         
Moldova    1,482         
Montenegro    525         
Netherlands    51,874         
Romania    10,552         
Ukraine    13,970    105,937    4.77
 
Ramón Guzmán Zapater (Spain)
Carlos Pérez-Verdía (Mexico)    Costa Rica    1,891         
El Salvador    1,963         
Guatemala    2,352         
Honduras    1,545         
Mexico    31,778         
Nicaragua    1,550         
Spain    30,739         
Venezuela, República Bolivariana de    26,841    98,659    4.44
 
Arrigo Sadun (Italy)
Panagiotis Roumeliotis (Greece)    Albania    737         
Greece    8,480         
Italy    70,805         
Malta    1,270         
Portugal    8,924         
San Marino    420         
Timor-Leste    332    90,968    4.10
 
HE Jianxiong
LUO Yang    China    81,151    81,151    3.65
 
Thomas Hockin (Canada)
Stephen O'Sullivan (Ireland)    Antigua and Barbuda    385         
Bahamas, The    1,553         
Barbados    925         
Belize    438         
Canada    63,942         
Dominica    332         
Grenada    367         
Ireland    8,634         
Jamaica    2,985         
St. Kitts and Nevis    339         
St. Lucia    403         
St. Vincent and the Grenadines    333    80,636    3.63
 
Duangmanee Vongpradhip (Thailand)
Adrian Chua Tsen Leong (Singapore)    Brunei Darussalam    2,402         
Cambodia    1,125         
Fiji    953         
Indonesia    21,043         
Lao People's Democratic Republic    779         
Malaysia    15,116         
Myanmar    2,834         
Nepal    963         
Philippines    9,049         
Singapore    8,875         
Thailand    11,069         
Tonga    319         
Vietnam    3,541    78,068    3.52
 
Hi-Su Lee (Korea)
Christopher Legg (Australia)    Australia    32,614         
Kiribati    306         
Korea    29,523         
Marshall Islands
   285         
Micronesia, Federated States of    301         
Mongolia    761         
New Zealand    9,196         
Palau    281         
Papua New Guinea    1,566         
Samoa    366         
Seychelles    338         
Solomon Islands    354         
Vanuatu    420    76,311    3.44
 
Per Callesen (Denmark)
Jarle Bergo  (Norway)    Denmark    16,678         
Estonia    902         
Finland    12,888         
Iceland    1,426         
Latvia    1,518         
Lithuania    1,692         
Norway    16,967         
Sweden    24,205    76,276    3.43
 
A. Shakour Shaalan (Egypt)
Sami Geadah (Lebanon)    Bahrain    1,600         
Egypt    9,687         
Iraq    12,134         
Jordan    1,955         
Kuwait    14,061         
Lebanon    2,280         
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya    11,487         
Maldives    332         
Oman    2,190         
Qatar    2,888         
Syrian Arab Republic    3,186         
United Arab Emirates    6,367         
Yemen, Republic of    2,685    70,852    3.19
 
Abdallah S. Alazzaz
(Saudi Arabia)
Ahmed Al Nassar
(Saudi Arabia)    Saudi Arabia    70,105    70,105    3.16
 
Samuel Itam (Sierra Leone)
Moeketsi Majoro (Lesotho)      Angola    3,113         
Botswana    880         
Burundi    1,020         
Eritrea    409         
Ethiopia    1,587         
Gambia, The    561         
Kenya    2,964         
Lesotho    599         
Liberia    1,542         
Malawi    944         
Mozambique    1,386         
Namibia    1,615         
Nigeria    17,782         
Sierra Leone    1,287         
South Africa    18,935         
Sudan    1,947         
Swaziland    757         
Tanzania    2,239         
Uganda    2,055         
Zambia    5,141    66,763    3.01
 
René Weber (Switzerland)
Katarzyna Zajdel-Kurowska (Poland)    Azerbaijan    1,859         
Kyrgyz Republic    1,138         
Poland    13,940         
Serbia    4,927         
Switzerland    34,835         
Tajikistan    1,120         
Turkmenistan    1,002         
Uzbekistan    3,006    61,827    2.78
 
Aleksei V. Mozhin
(Russian Federation)
Andrei Lushin
(Russian Federation)    Russian Federation    59,704    59,704    2.69
 
Mohammad Jafar Mojarrad
(Islamic Republic of Iran)
Mohammed Daïri (Morocco)    Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of    1,869         
Algeria    12,797         
Ghana    3,940         
Iran, Islamic Republic of    15,222         
Morocco    6,132         
Pakistan    10,587         
Tunisia    3,115    53,662    2.42
 
Paulo Nogueira Batista, Jr. (Brazil)
Vacant      Brazil    30,611         
Colombia    7,990         
Dominican Republic    2,439         
Ecuador    3,273         
Guyana    1,159         
Haiti    1,069         
Panama    2,316         
Suriname    1,171         
Trinidad and Tobago    3,606    53,634    2.42
 
Arvind Virmani (India)
P. Nandalal Weerasinghe
(Sri Lanka)    Bangladesh    5,583         
Bhutan    313         
India    41,832         
Sri Lanka    4,384    52,112    2.35
 
Pablo Andrés Pereira (Argentina)
David Vogel (Uruguay)      Argentina    21,421         
Bolivia    1,965         
Chile    8,811         
Paraguay    1,249         
Peru    6,634         
Uruguay    3,315    43,395    1.95
 
Laurean W. Rutayisire (Rwanda)
Kossi Assimaidou (Togo)
Benin    869         
Burkina Faso    852         
Cameroon    2,107         
Cape Verde    346         
Central African Republic    807         
Chad    810         
Comoros    339         
Congo, Democratic Republic of    5,580         
Congo, Republic of    1,096         
Côte d'Ivoire    3,502         
Djibouti    409         
Equatorial Guinea    576         
Gabon    1,793         
Guinea    1,321         
Guinea-Bissau    392         
Madagascar    1,472         
Mali    1,183         
Mauritius    1,266         
Niger    908         
Rwanda    1,051         
São Tomé and Príncipe    324         
Senegal    1,868         
Togo    984    29,855    1.34
               2,214,6073    99.724
1Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund's resources in that Department.
2Percentages of total votes (2,220,817) in the General Department and the Special Drawing Rights Department.
3This total does not include the votes of Kosovo, Mauritania, Somalia, and Zimbabwe, which did not participate in the 2008 Regular Election of Executive Directors. The total votes of these members are 6,210 - 0.28 percent of those in the General Department and Special Drawing Rights Departement.
4This figure may differ from the sum of the percentages shown for individual countries because of rounding.



Afghanistan:  Bank of Afghanistan

http://www.centralbank.gov.af/board-of-directors.php
http://www.centralbank.gov.af/executive-staff.php

 
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Executive Staff

Abdul Qadeer Fitrat - Governor of Da Afghanistan Bank (Central Bank of Afghanistan)
 

Abdul Qadeer Fitrat was nominated as Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) by the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in early September and was confirmed by the Parliament on November 17, 2007. Governor Fitrat had previously served as First Deputy Governor and Governor of DAB in 1995 and 1996 respectively. Governor Fitrat also worked as Assistant Research Coordinator for a USAID-supported project, called ESSP in Peshawar, Pakistan, Chairman of Bank–e-Millie Afghan (BMA) in Kabul, Afghanistan in early 1990s and a Consultant for Economist to the International Monetary Fund in Washington in late 1990s. He also served as a consumer banker to the First Union National Bank in Northern Virginia during 2000-2001.  
Most recently, Governor Fitrat served as an Advisor to the Executive Director at the World Bank for the last nearly three and a half years.
Governor Fitrat attended primary school in Badakhshan and secondary school in Kabul. He holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan and a Masters degree in Social & Applied Economics with an emphasis on monetary economics from the Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio in the United States.

          

Mohibullah Safi – First Deputy Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank

Mohibullah Safi was born in the year 1975 at kunar province. He migrated to Pakistan during Russian invasion. He did his undergraduate and master degrees in Computer Sciences from the reputed institution, University of the Punjab in 1997. Currently he is studying MA economics from Peshawar University on DL basis.
He worked as system analyst at a US-based firm NeuroDyne for almost a year. He was a lecturer at Tameer-e-Seerat Model Degree College, for almost two years, then he joined the Islamic University for Science and Technology as assistant professor for 2 years.
He worked for the USAID-Afghanistan Economic Governance Project at the central bank for two years and then joined the Da Afghanistan Bank as Deputy Director General Monetary Policy Department, in this capacity he worked on:

    * GDDS (General Data Dissemination System)
    * Five year strategic plan
    * Monetary Policy Formulation
    * Establishment of statistical base for monetary and external sector.

He has closely worked with the IMF on SMP and PRGF program

 
        
Alhaj M. Issa Turab Second Deputy Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank

Second Deputy Turab was appointed to his current position in 2001 and graduated from the Economics faculty of Kabul University in 1974.
Second Deputy Turab joined DAB in 1994 in that capacity. In 1996, Mr. Turab served as First Deputy Governor. Since 2001, Mr. Turab has served as Second Deputy Governor.
Second Deputy Turab served as Deputy Commercial Manager for Bank Mili in 1993. Mr.Turab was Administrative President for the Ministry of Water and Power in 1992, and also has significant experience in accounting with that Ministry.

Members of Supreme Council
 
        Abdul Qadeer Fitrat ,DAB Governor and Chairman of Supreme Coucil (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Mohibullah Safi, First Deputy Governor of DAB and vice Chairman Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of   Directors).
          
        Dr. Abdul Ghani Ghawasi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr. Omer Zakhilwal Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr. Shah Mohammad Mehrabi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Noorullah Delawari Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).
          
        Dr.Ghulam Mohammad Yalaqi Member of Supreme Council, (Supervisory Board or Board of Directors).



Albania:    Bank of Albania  

http://www.bankofalbania.org/web/SC_Members_2165_2.php

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Members of the Bank of Albania Supervisory Council

The Supervisoy Council of the Bank of Albania is made up of nine members, three from the Bank of Albania and six external members. The Supervisory Council members from the Bank fo Albania are Mr. Ardian Fullani, Chairman (Governor) and Mr. Fatos Ibrahimi, Vice Chairman (First Deputy Governor), and the external members are Mr. Limos Malaj, Mr. Ksenofon Krisafi, Mrs. Tefta Çuçi, Mr. Adrian Civici, Mr. Halit Xhafa, Mr. Arjan Kadareja and Mr. Benet Beci.

Algeria:    Bank of Algeria

http://www.bank-of-algeria.dz/who.htm

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ONSEIL DE LA MONNAIE ET DU CREDIT

Mohammed LAKSACI : Président

Ali Belahbib : Secrétaire Général

Adresse : Immeuble Joly
38 Avenue Franklin ROOSEVELT -ALGER-
Téléphone : 213-21 23.00.23
Téléphone/Fax : 213-21 23.03.71
Télex : 213-21-66499 / 66437
Correspondance : Arabe - Anglais - Français

Le Conseil de la Monnaie et du Crédit se compose :

Du Conseil d'Administration :

    - Mohammed LAKSACI : Président
    - Ali TOUATI : Membre
    - Choaib EL HASSAR : Membre
    - Hadji BABA AMI : Membre
    - Amar HIOUANI : Membre
    - Faïçal ABBAS : Membre

Et de deux membres du Conseil de la Monnaie et du Crédit :

    - Abderrahmane BENKHALFA,
    - Mustapha Djamel BABA AHMED

Censeurs de la Banque d'Algérie :

    - Madani OULD ZMIRLI.

    Les membres du CMC sont nommés par décret présidentiel.

COMMISSION BANCAIRE

Mohammed LAKSACI - Président
Kamel AKHROUF - Secrétaire Général
Nadia ABDI - Membre
Farid TIAIBA - Membre
Redouane Yacine BADSI - Membre
Djamila BERRA épouse HAMZA - Membre
Malek Wahib BENHAMMOU - Membre

Adresse : 7, boulevard Che Guevara- Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-71.07.58
Télefax : 213-21-71.35.64

BANQUE D’ALGERIE  Immeuble Joly
Siége Social - Immeuble Joly
Adresse : 38 Avenue Franklin ROOSEVELT -ALGER-
Téléphone : 213-21 23.00.23
Correspondance : Arabe - Anglais - Français

Mohammed LAKSACI : GOUVERNEUR

Ali TOUATI : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Choaib EL HASSAR : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Amar HIOUANI : VICE-GOUVERNEUR

Hallime Driss BOUGHIDA : Secrétaire Général
 
DIRECTION DE L'ORGANISATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION


DIRECTION GENERALE DES ETUDES

                         Direction Générale
Tahar Latrèche Directeur des analyses de conjoncture
Mustapha Abderrahim Directeur des statistiques
Mme Kenza Laïb Directrice de la doc. des publications
                         et de l’interprétariat
Djamel Ed. Benbelkacem Directeur de la Modélisation
Med Lahbib Goubi Directeur des Relations avec les Organismes Officiels
                            et Multilatéraux

DIRECTION GÉNÉRALE DU CRÉDIT ET DE
LA RÉGLEMENTATION BANCAIRE

Kamel LONGO Directeur Général
Omar Boubekraoui Directeur du Refinancement
Bouzid Saada Directeur des Marchés Monétaire et Financier
Mohamed BOUSSABA Direction de la Centrale des Bilans, des Risques
                                et des Impayés
Saïd Dib Directeur de la Réglementation Bancaire et Agréments

 

BANQUE D’ALGERIE Zirout Youcef

Adresse : 8, boulevard Zirout Youcef - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-73.96.65/66 ou 213-21-73.96.73
Télex : 213-21-56078 / 55063

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’INSPECTION GENERALE

Ramdane IDIR  Directeur Général
                        Directeur de l’Inspection Interne
Hanafi SI-FODIL Directeur de l’Inspection Externe
                         Direction du Contrôle sur Pièces
Abdelkader Messahel  Directeur Régional Inspection Ouest
Rabah Tadjer  Directeur Régional Inspection Centre
Mahfoud  Boudeliou  Directeur Régional Inspection Est
 

DIRECTION GENERALE DES RELATIONS FINANCIERES EXTERIEURES


Rostom Fadli  Directeur Général
Amine Boulesnane Directeur de la Gestion des Avoirs et
                              des Opérations Extérieures
Moussa Sekhara Directeur des Services Bancaires Étrangers
A. Rahmane Bouchouika Directeur des Vérifications et Techniques
                                        de l'Information
Abdelhamid Boulouidnine Directeur du Traitement des Opérations
                                          de Marché

DIRECTION GENERALE DES CHANGES

Mohand Ouali Brahiti  Directeur Général
Mustapha Ali Directeur du Contrôle des Changes
Mme Fadia Ouartsi  Directrice de la Balance des Paiements
Mme Fatma Zohra ADI Directrice de la Dette Extérieure

DIRECTION GENERALE DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES

                                                   Direction Générale
Mustapha Benkhalouf  Directeur du Personnel
Mme Fatima Rahmani Directrice de la Formation
Mohamed Chérif Kheloufi  Directeur de la Sécurité et de la Prévention
 

DIRECTION GENERALE DU RESEAU ET
DES SYSTEMES DE PAIEMENT

 Mohamed Brahim Direction Générale
Youcef Lekhlifi Directeur Régional Ouest
Hammadi Ahmed Directeur Régionale Est
Belkacem Delindi Directeur Régionale Centre
Nacer Eddine Haddad Directeur des Systèmes de paiement
 

  DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’ADMINISTRATION DES MOYENS

Mohamed Abdelaziz  Directeur Général
Mustapha Koudil  Directeur des Moyens Généraux
                            Direction de la Comptabilité, du Budget et Contrôle
Samia Djouzi Directrice des Études et développements (Informatique)
Mourad Belaziz Directeur de l'Ingénierie Technique et Production
                         (Informatique)
                                   

BANQUE D’ALGERIE Amirouche

Adresse : 4, boulevard Colonel Amirouche - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21-64.98.47 - 213-21-63.90.53 et 54
Télex : 213-21 56078 / 213-21 55063

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE LA CAISSE GENERALE


Nacim Abdelhamid Abbas Direction Générale
Ramdane Yahia Chérif  Directeur du Contrôle
Mohamed Debagh  Directeur des Emissions et Annulations
 
BANQUE D’ALGERIE Les Annassers
Adresse : Rue des Fusillés Les Annassers - Alger
Téléphone : 213-21 67.51.76
Télefax : 213-21 67.42.33

 

DIRECTION GENERALE DE L’HOTEL DES MONNAIES


Mahrez Zaïba Directeur Général
                     Direction de la Production Fiduciaire
                     Direction de la Production des Billets de Banque
Abdelaziz Hamlat Directeur des Monnaies et Médailles
Boualem TOUIL Direction de l’Administration Générale
Nasreddine Doumi Directeur des Etudes de la Programmation
                            et de la Maintenance

 

ECOLE SUPERIEURE DE BANQUE
Adresse : Route de Baïnem - Bouzaréah - ALGER
Téléphone : 213-21 94.23.05 90.29.29
Téléfax : 213-21 90.29.35


Mahmoud Hemidet  Directeur Général de l’Ecole Supérieure de Banque
Fouad Metatla Directeur de la Formation Longue Durée
Med. Tahar Bouhouche Directeur des Supports Pédagogiques Technique
Mme Naziha Hiouani Directrice des Cycles Cours
                                Directeur du Site et Cadre de Vie
Med. Briedj Directeur de l'Administration et des Finances
                                        Directeur du Développement
 

DIRECTIONS REGIONALES DE LA BANQUE D’ALGERIE


DIRECTION REGIONALE OUEST

Adresse : 13, Bd de la SOUMMAM 31.000 -ORAN-
Téléphone : 213-41 39.36.75 ou 213-41 39.34.64
Télex : 213-41 22818
Télefax : 213-41 39.81.75

Mohamed LEKHLIFI - Directeur Régional

DIRECTION REGIONALE CENTRE

Adresse : 22, Boulevard El Ayachi Abdallah 09000 -Blida-
Téléphone : 213-25-41.97.64 à 68

DIRECTION REGIONALE EST

Adresse : 07, bis Cours de la Révolution 23000 -Annaba-
Téléphone : 213-38 86.50.02 ou 213-38 86.40.10
Télex :213-38 56078 / 55063
Téléfax : 213-38 83.92.79

Ahmed HAMADI - Directeur Régional

 

INSPECTIONS REGIONALES DE LA BANQUE D’ALGERIE


INSPECTION RÉGIONALE OUEST

Adresse : 13, Bd de la SOUMMAM 31.000 -ORAN-
Téléphone : 213-41 39.36.75 ou 213-41 39.34.64
Télex : 213-41 22818
Télefax : 213-41 39.81.75

Abderrezak MESSAHEL - Inspecteur Régional

INSPECTION RÉGIONALE CENTRE

Adresse : 22, Boulevard El Ayachi Abdallah 09000 -Blida-
Téléphone : 213-25 41.97.64 à 68

Rabah TADJER - Inspecteur Régional

INSPECTION RÉGIONALE EST

Adresse : 03,Boulevard Zirout Youcef
- 25000 Constantine -
Téléphone : 213-31 64.28.53 ou 213-31 86.40.10
Téléfax : 213-31 64.11.61

Mahfoud BOUDELIOU - Inspecteur Régional



Argentina:    Central Bank of Argentina
http://www.bcra.gov.ar/index_i.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_bank_of_argentina

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President    Mercedes Marcó del Pont




Armenia:    Central Bank of Armenia

http://www.cba.am/CBA_SITE/about/karuc.html?__locale=en

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Structure of the CBA
 
                
Chairman
   Mr. Arthur Javadyan    Tel.  583 841    Fax:  523 852    
Deputy Chairman
   Mr. Vache Gabrielyan    Tel.  589 611    Fax:  523 852    
Central Bank Board
   Mrs. Amalya Saribekyan    Tel.   545 087    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr. Andranik Norekyan    Tel.   583 533    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr.Vakhtang Abrahamyan    Tel.   545 089    Fax:  523 852    
   Mr. Aharon Chilingaryan    Tel.   587 306    Fax:  523 852      
     Mr. Ashot Mkrtchyan    Tel.   592 552    Fax:  523 852    
Auditing Group
   Chief Auditor    Tel.      Fax:      E-mail:  
Secretariat
   Head of Secretariat Mr. Oleg Aghasyan    Tel.   565 496    Fax:  523 852    E-mail:   g_khachatryan@cba.am
Monetary Policy Department
  Head Mr. Artur Stepanyan    Tel.   563 642    Fax:   523 852    E-mail:   a.nakhshikyan@cba.am
Financial Monitoring Center
  Head Mr. Daniel Azatyan    Tel.   545 088    Fax:   545 088    E-mail:   supervision@cba.am
Information and Communication Technologies Department
  Head Mr.  Samvel Arakelyan    Tel.   542 582    Fax:   542 582    E-mail:   amirzakhanyan@cba.am
Statistics Department
   Head Mr. Martin Galstyan    Tel.   583 631    Fax:   583 631    E-mail:   hmd.mpd@cba.am
Chief Accountant, Accounting Department
  Head Ms. Haykanoush Hakobyan    Tel.   580 634    Fax:   580 634    E-mail:   khachatryankh@cba.am
Legal Department
  Head Mr. Varoujan Avedikian    Tel.   561 771    Fax:   523 852    E-mail:   cashoper@cba.am
Regulation of Currency Circulation  Department
  Head Mr. Suren Simonyan    Tel.   567 423    Fax:   567 423    E-mail:   polstrat@cba.am
Security Department
   Head Mr.  Saribek Mkrtchyan    Tel.   524 881    Fax:   524 881    E-mail:   administrative@cba.am
 Public Relations Service
  Head   Ms. Zaruhi Barseghyan    Tel.   563 761    Fax:   563 761    E-mail:   http://www.cbaruba.org/cba/getPage.do?p ... _ORG_CHART





Australia:    Reserve Bank of Australia

http://www.rba.gov.au/about-rba/boards/ ... ml#members

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Members of the Reserve Bank Board

The Reserve Bank Board comprises nine members: three ex officio members – the Governor (who is Chairman), the Deputy Governor (who is Deputy Chairman) and the Secretary to the Treasury – and six external members, who are appointed by the Treasurer. The Governor and Deputy Governor are appointed for terms of up to seven years, and are eligible for reappointment. The external members are appointed for terms of up to five years. A list of previous and current members of the Reserve Bank Board is also published on this website.

In terms of section 17(1) of the Reserve Bank Act, members of the Board may not be a director, officer or employee of an authorised deposit-taking institution for the purposes of the Banking Act 1959.

The current members of the Reserve Bank Board are:

Chairman: Glenn Stevens
Governor since 18 September 2006
Present term ends 17 September 2013
Chairman – Payments System Board
Chairman – Council of Financial Regulators

Ric Battellino
Deputy Governor since 14 February 2007
Present term ends 13 February 2012
Member – RBA Audit Committee

Ken Henry AC
Secretary to the Treasury
Member since 27 April 2001

John Akehurst
Member since 31 August 2007
Present term ends 30 August 2012
Director – CSL Limited
Director – Origin Energy Limited
Director – Securency International Pty Ltd
Director – University of Western Australia Business School

Jillian Broadbent AO
Member since 7 May 1998
Present term ends 6 May 2013
Chairman – RBA Audit Committee
Director – Australian Securities Exchange
Director – Coca-Cola Amatil Limited
Director – Special Broadcasting Service

Roger Corbett AO
Member since 2 December 2005
Present term ends 1 December 2010
Member – RBA Audit Committee
Chairman – ALH Group Limited
Chairman – Fairfax Media Limited
Deputy Chairman – PrimeAg Australia Limited
Director – Wal-Mart Stores Inc

Graham Kraehe AO
Member since 14 February 2007
Present term ends 13 February 2012
Chairman – BlueScope Steel Limited
Chairman – Brambles Limited
Director – Djerriwarrh Investments Limited
Member – Australasian Council of INSEAD

Donald McGauchie AO
Member since 30 March 2001
Present term ends 29 March 2011
Deputy Chairman – James Hardie Industries NV
Director – Nufarm Limited
Chairman – Australian Wool Testing Authority Ltd

Warwick McKibbin
Member since 31 July 2001
Present term ends 30 July 2011
Director – Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, College of Business and Economics, Australian National University
Director – Research School of Economics, Australian National University
Professorial Fellow – Lowy Institute for International Policy
Non-Resident Senior Fellow – The Brookings Institution, USA
Director – McKibbin Software Group Pty Ltd


Austria:    Austrian National Bank

http://www.oenb.at/en/welcome_to_the_oenb.jsp

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President
Claus J. Raidl      Vice President
Max Kothbauer   
Office of the General Council
Central Bank Policy
Governor
Ewald Nowotny
Accounting, IT and Payment Systems
Vice Governor
Wolfgang Duchatczek
Financial Stability, Banking Supervision and Statistics
Executive Director
Andreas Ittner
Financial Market Operations, Equity Interests and Internal Services
Executive Director
Peter Zöllner




Azerbaijan:    Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

http://www.cbar.az/pages/about-us/struc ... ent-board/

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Dr.Elman Siraj oglu RUSTAMOV
Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1952 Born in Azerbaijan, Jabrail district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1973 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, faculty of “Planning of National Economy”, distinction graduate.
1973 Scientific Research Institute of Economy under the USSR State Planning Committee, economist.
1974-1975 Military service.
1975-1978 Post graduate course.
1978-1980 Baku Fine Broadcloth Union of Azerbaijan SSR Ministry of Light Industry, chief of department of Economy.
1980-1990 Scientific Research Institute of Economy under the State Planning Committee, chief economist, head of division.
1986 Scientific Research Institute of Economy, Candidate of economic sciences, scientist degree.
1990-1992 Economy Institute under the State Planning Committee of the USSR, Moscow, PhD.
1991-1992 Presidential Apparatus of the Azerbaijan Republic, chief adviser.
1992 National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1993 Doctor of economic sciences degree. Author of economic, financial and banking scientific works.
1995, January Chairman of the Management Board of the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic by the Order of the President of the Azerbaijan Republic.
2000, Aprel Chairman of the Management Board of the NBA for the second 5-year term.
2005, Aprel Chairman of the Management Board of the NBA for the third 5-year term. He is a chairman of the World Bank in Azerbaijan.
Married, has three children.

Alim Quliyev   Alim Salim oglu GULIYEV
First-deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1960 Born in Azerbaijan, Tar-tar district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1981 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1981 Shamakhi branch of the USSR State Bank, economist.
1981-1983 Military Service.
1983, June – December Shamakhi branch of the USSR State Bank, economist.
1983, December – 1988 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, inspector, chief inspector in the department of Supervision.
1988 – 1993 Joint Stock Agrarian-Industrial Commercial Bank, leading inspector, chief inspector in the department of Control and Inspection, and later as a Deputy Chairman.
1993, January National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Chief of Banking Supervision division.
1995, March director of the Supervision department and Deputy Chairman. 1995, October – 1996, June, Joint Stock Savings Bank, Chairman of the Provisional Management Committee.
1996, June 14 The member of the Management Board in the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, same year September 24, First-deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2001, December – The member of the Management Board for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2002 – Candidate of economic sciences. Author of seven scientific works and one monograph.
2006, December The member of the Management Board for the third 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, First-deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has two children.

Vadim Xubanov   Vadim Aladdin oglu KHUBANOV
Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1963 Born in Russia, Moscow. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1985 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1985 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, chief economist.
1985-1987 Military service.
1987 District Office named after 26 Baku commissars at the Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR State Bank, economist; from that time Flat–Communal and Social Development Bank, economist, chief economist, head economist.
1991 Foreign Relations Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, chief of the division of Credit-planning, 1992 International Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, director of “Economic analysis and development of foreign relations” department.
1993 International Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board,1995 First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1996, June 14, The member of the Management Board in the National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, same year September 24, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2001, December – The member of the Management Board for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2006, December The member of the Management Board for the third 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has two children.

Avtandil Babayev   Aftandil Gasim oglu BABAYEV
Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1957, Born in Georgia, Marneuli district. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1978, Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, distinction graduate.
1978, “Azkolkhoz Private Construction” Trust, division of planning, economist.
1979-1980, Military service.
1981-1983, Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Azerbaijan, economist, senior economist, chief of financial division.
1983-1984, Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Azerbaijan, senior economist; 1984-1994, State Committee on Prices, deputy chief of division, chief of division, deputy director of head office.
1994, National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, General department of monetary policy and currency regulation, deputy chief of department; 1995, Director of “Monetary policy” department, 2000, July National Bank of the Azerbaijan Republic, Executive Director.
2001, December The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2006, December The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan for the second 5-year term by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
2007, February Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
Current position: The member of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has three children.

Abdulla Kerim oglu MALİK-ASLANOV
Councilor of the Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic

1958 Born in Azerbaijan, Fuzuli region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1979 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade.
1979 Narimanov branch of the State Bank of the USSR, economist.
1979 – 1981 Military service.
1981 Narimanov Branch of the State Bank of the USSR, economist, leading economist, head economist and deputy director.
1992, February National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, director of department.
1996 – 2001 The member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Azerbaijan by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
1996, September Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2007, February Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2008, March Councilor of the Chairman of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
Current position: Councilor of the Chairman of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic.
Married, has 2 children.
Əbülfəz Axundov    Abulfaz Nuru oglu AKHUNDOV
General Director

1950 Born in Azerbaijan, Shamakhi region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1973 Azerbaijan National Economy Institute named after D.Bunyadzade, 1973 Azerbaijan Republic bureau of the USSR Construction Bank in Baku city, loan inspector.
1973 – 1974 Military service.
1974 Industrial-Construction Bank, chief loan inspector, chief economist, leading economist, head economist, head of division, chief of department.
1988 Flat–Communal and Social Development Bank, Deputy Chairman, First-Deputy Chairman.
1991 Republic Pension Fund. First assistant of chief of department.
1992 Economy-Investment Shareholder-Commercial Bank, Chairman of Management Board.
1994, May “Parabank” Shareholder-Commercial Bank, councilor.
1995, March National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Director of the department of regulations of Banks’ activities, same year October, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
1996 – 2001 National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, the member of the Management Board by the Order of “Milli Meclis”.
1996, September National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.
2007, February Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2009, July General Director of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has 3 children.
Xəqani Abdullayev    Khagani Sarkhan oglu ABDULLAYEV
General Director

1976 Born in Azerbaijan, Beylagan region. Azerbaijanian. Has a high education.
1999 Azerbaijan State Economic University; 2005 Candidate of economic sciences; 1997 National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Money-credit policy department.
1999, December – 2000, April “Pricewaterhouse Coopers” company, audit assistant.
2000, April – July “European Tobacco-Baku” company, Assistant of Chairman of the Management Board in Economy Affairs.
2000, August National Bank of Azerbaijan Republic, Monetary policy department, chief economist, head of division, director of department.
2008, April Alternate General Director of the National Bank of Azerbaijan.
2009, July General Director of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
Married, has 2 children.




Bahamas:    Central Bank of The Bahamas

http://www.centralbankbahamas.com/about_board.php

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The Board

Under the Central Bank of The Bahamas Act, 2000 (“the Act”), overall responsibility for the policy and general administration of the Bank is vested in the Board of Directors. The Act provides that the Board, which is appointed by the Governor General, shall consist of a Governor, and four other Directors having wide experience in and having shown some capacity in financial or commercial matters, industry, law or administration.

Current Board members include:

    * Mrs. Wendy Craigg, Governor since June 2005
    * Mr. Philip Stubbs, Board Member since July 2009
    * Mr. Wayne Aranha, Board Member since July 2009
    * Mr. Colin Callender, Board Member since July 2009

Past Governors of the Bank include: Mr. Julian Francis (1997-2005), Mr. James H. Smith (1987-1997), Sir William C. Allen (1980-1987) and Mr. T. Baswell Donaldson (1974-1980).

Senior Officials
Wendy M. Craigg   Governor
Michael F. Lightbourne   Deputy Governor
Stanislaw J. Bereza   Inspector of Banks and Trust Companies
Bert A. Sherman   Senior Manager
Cassandra C. Nottage   Manager, Bank Supervision Department
Cecile M. Sherman   Manager, Banking
Errol L. Bodie   Manager, Information Technology
Gerard L. Horton   Manager, Exchange Control
Sylvia L. Carey   Manager Human Resources
Rochelle A. Deleveaux   Legal Counsel & Secretary to The Board
John A. Rolle   Manager, Research Department
Keith T. Jones   Manager, Accounts Department
Ian B. Fernander   Manager, Administration


Wendy M. Craigg

Mrs. Wendy Craigg was appointed Governor and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of The Bahamas on June 1, 2005, having served as Deputy Governor since 10th September, 1997. Prior to her appointment as Deputy Governor, Mrs. Craigg headed the Research Department of the Bank where she commenced her employment with the Bank on 17th July 1978.

A graduate of St. Augustine’s College, Mrs. Craigg attained a Bachelor of Arts in economics and business from the College of Mount Saint Vincent, New York and further obtained a Master of Arts in economics from Fordham University. Her professional training included seminars and specialized courses at the International Monetary Fund and the Swiss National Bank.

In her professional capacity, Mrs. Craigg has published a number of papers on economic issues and has served on numerous Boards and Working Groups and Committees related to trade, monetary integration, fiscal policy, payments and privatization. She presently serves as Deputy Chairman of the Securities Commission of The Bahamas, and as an Executive Committee member of the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance (CCMF).

A career central banker, Mrs. Craigg has been closely involved in a number of initiatives to enhance the delivery of domestic banking services, including the ongoing payments system modernization initiative.

She is married to Anthony Craigg.


Michael Lightbourne

Mr. Lightbourne is a career banker and former central banker, having served as Deputy Manager, Bank Supervision Department, from 1983 to 1991. He began his professional career as an Investment Analyst and Portfolio Manager at RoyWest Trust Corporation of The Bahamas (now S G Hambros Bank & Trust) where he was employed from 1977 to 1982.

Prior to his appointment as Central Bank Deputy Governor, Mr. Lightbourne held the position of Manager, Personal Lines Division, at a major insurance company and, prior to that, the post of Account Manager at RBC Royal Bank of Canada, where he managed both private and public sector portfolios.

Mr. Lightbourne is a graduate of St. Augustine’s College, Nassau. After completing his “A” Levels, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Accounts and Economics at Middlesex University in the United Kingdom and went on to complete his MBA in Financial Management at the City University Business School, London. Mr. Lightbourne also holds certificates in investment analysis and portfolio management from the New York Institute of Finance and in banking from the Federal Reserve System Banking School, Washington. He has participated in numerous local and international seminars and courses in bank supervision, investments, banking, insurance and money laundering.

Mr. Lightbourne is married to the former Virgil H. Munnings and the couple has two children, Scharad and Sasha. He is a member of the Roman Catholic faith community and attends St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Among his personal interests are reading, cooking, traveling and gardening.


Bahrain:    Central Bank of Bahrain

http://www.cbb.gov.bh/cmsrule/index.jsp ... le&ID=2775

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Board of Directors

▼ Chairman

   Mr. Qassim Mohammed Fakhro

▼ Deputy Chairman

   Mr. Hameed Salman Al Sairafi

▼ Board Members
   
    Mr. Rasheed Mohammed Al Maraj

   Mr. Yousif Abdulla Humood

   Dr. Zakaria Hejres

   Mr. Mohammed Hussain Yateem

   Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa




Bangladesh:    Bangladesh Bank

http://www.bangladesh-bank.org/

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Dr. Atiur Rahman
Governor, Bangladesh Bank

Dr. Atiur Rahman took the helm of the central Bank of Bangladesh for four year tenure on May 1, 2009 as the 10th Governor of Bangladesh Bank, the country's monetary policy authority, financial sector regulator and supervisor.

Dr. Rahman has been a renowned economist in his varied roles as a University Professor, researcher, banker and a leader in pro-poor, environment-friendly and gender-sensitive development paradigm. Prior to his assumption of the office of the Governor, he was a Professor of Economics in the Department of Development Studies (2006-2009), University of Dhaka, and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Shamunnay, a centre for excellence in development research in Bangladesh. He also served as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Unnayan Shamannay, a non-profit organization for research, development and cultural learning. His previous roles also include Director of Sonali Bank, the largest commercial bank in Bangladesh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Janata Bank, the second largest commercial bank in the country and a long tenure as a Senior Research Fellow at the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS). He conducted various research works on economic development and published extensively on the micro-finance revolution in Bangladesh. For many years, Dr. Rahman also steered the Credit Development Forum (CDF) in Bangladesh as Chairman. He has been a known public face advocating for more humane development including pro-poor participatory budgeting. He is considered an authority on matters related to the fiscal budget in Bangladesh.         




Born in 1951, Dr. Atiur Rahman studied at Mirzapur Cadet College for his secondary and higher secondary education, followed by his undergraduate and graduate studies at the Department of Economics of the University of Dhaka where he obtained his B.A. (Honors) and M.A. in Economics, achieving academic distinctions at all levels. He was awarded the Commonwealth scholarship and went to the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London to pursue his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics (1983). His PhD thesis "Peasants and Classes" published later as a book by the Oxford University Press is an acclaimed reference book in development research. Subsequently, he was awarded a Commonwealth Development Fellowship at the University of Manitoba in Canada (1989), a Ford Foundation Post Doctoral Fellowship at The University of London (1991-92), and a Visiting Research Fellowship, at the Institute of South-East Asian Studies, Singapore (1998-99). He was also a visiting/adjunct professor in a number of universities, both home and abroad.
 
Besides, he has been directing a number of socio-cultural organizations including Biswa Sahitya Kendra and Monajatuddin Smriti Sangsad. He served as Project Director / Team Leader on 22 international and 58 national projects related to socio-economic development and participated in 75 international and around 250 national workshops. He also served as the General Secretary of Bangladesh Economic Association and as a life member of Asiatic Society, Bangladesh and Bangla Academy.

 
Dr. Atiur Rahman is a champion of indigenous development paradigm rooted in the Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore that has a strategic thrust on agricultural and rural development for the predominantly agrarian and rural Bangladesh. He is an eminent expert on poverty alleviation and one of his major research areas is poverty alleviation of char (shoal) dwellers.

 
Dr. Rahman has also distinguished himself as a popular newspaper columnist on poverty, public expenditure, economic development, public welfare and other socio-economic issues. His published books total 45 as of 2009 of which 16 are in English and 29 are in Bangla. Besides, he has published dozens of papers in national and international journals. For his outstanding contribution to the society, he achieved many awards including the prestigious Atish Dipankar Gold Medal (2000) and the Chandrabati Gold Medal (2008).

 
Dr. Rahman is married to Dr. Shahana Rahman, Professor of Pediatrics, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University and they have been blessed with three daughters: Arno Kamolika, Orchi Madhurima and Prokriti Shyamolima.

Deputy Governors
       Md. Nazrul Huda
     Ziaul Hasan Siddiqui
     Murshid Kuli Khan

Board of Directors
Chairman
Dr. Atiur Rahman   880-2-7120106(Off)   880-2-9566212   
Director
Md. Nazrul Huda   880-2-7122533(Off),
880-2-9550304(Off),
880-2-8353491(Res.)   880-2-9566212   
Dr.Mohammad Tareque   880-2-7160406(Off),
880-02-8959066(Res)   880-2-7165581   
Mr. M Musharraf Hossain Bhuiyan   880-2-8112641(Off.)
880-2-8859179 (Res.)
88-01552100026 (Mob.)   880-2-8113088   
Dr. Nasiruddin Ahmed   880-2-8362442 (Off)   880-2-8316143   
Dr. Mustafa Kamal Mujeri   880-2-8813985 (Res),
01711595205 (Mob)      
Dr. Sanot Kumar Saha   0721-750363 (Res),
01913012729 (Mob)      
Dr. Sadiq Ahmed   880-2-9899759 (Off),
06662801039 (Off)      
Prof. Hannana Begum   880-2-8143602 (Res),
01711106068 (Mob)      
Md. Shafiqur Rahman Patwary   880-2-7169987(Off.),
8144849(Res.)      
Secretary
Abu Hena Mohd. Razee Hassan   880-2-9512990 (Off),
880-2-8829045 (Res),
88-01730016865 (Mob)   880-2-9566212
   




Barbados:    Central Bank of Barbados

http://www.centralbank.org.bb/WEBCBB.ns ... enDocument

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The Bank
Board of Directors and Senior Officers
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. R. DeLisle Worrell. Ph. D, Chairman

Grantley W. Smith, Esq., B.A. (Hons.), D.P.A., B. C. H.

Mr. Cecil McCarthy LL. B, (UWI) L.E.C.

Ms. Onika Stewart LL. B (UWI) LL. M (Lond) L.E.C.

Justin Robinson Ph. D, (Manc) Msc, Bsc (UWI)

Mr. Ashley Toppin FCCA, JP

Mr. Harold Hoyte, G.C.M.

Mr. Elson A. Gaskin, LLB. (UWI)  L.E.C. Legal Counsel / Secretary to the Board
SENIOR MANAGEMENT

R. DeLisle Worrell. Ph.D
   

Governor

Daniel O. Boamah, Ph.D.
   

Deputy Governor

Cleviston L. Haynes, Esq., M.A. (Econ.)
   

Deputy Governor

Kevin C. Greenidge, Ph.D.
   

Director, Research

Michael D. Carrington, Esq., M.B.A., F.C.C.A.
   

Financial Controller

Harold E. Codrington, Esq., M.A. (Econ.)
   

Advisor

Mrs. Marlene E. Bayne, M.B.A.
   

Director, Bank Supervision

Miss Janice D. Marshall, M.B.A.
   

Director, Management Information Systems

Abdul R. Mehter, Esq., M.B.A., F.C.I.S.
   

Director, Facilities Management

Peter H. Whitehall, Esq., M.P.A.
   

Director, Foreign Exchange and Export Credit

Miss Julia A. Weekes, CFA., B.Sc.
   

Director, Banking, Currency and Investments

Mrs. Janis O. Marville, M.Sc
   

Director, Human Resources

Mr. Steve A. Vaughn, F.C.C.A., C.I.A.
   

Director, Internal Audit

David A. Boyce, Esq., M.B.A., A.F.A., F.I.A.B., Dip. M.S.,
   

Deputy Director, Foreign Exchange and Export Credit

Mrs. Michelle Doyle-Lowe, CFA, M. Phil, B.S.c
   

Deputy Director, Banking, Currency & Investments

Miss Octavia O. Gibson, M.Sc., B.A., J.P.
   

Deputy Director, Banking, Currency & Investments

Hartley O .Jordan, Esq., MBA
   

Deputy Director, Facilities Management

Miss Angolyn R. Kirton, C.G.A.
   

Deputy Financial Controller

Peter  deC. Rochester, Esq., M.B.A.
   

Deputy Director, Management Information Systems

Miss Celeste J. Wood, M.Sc., M.B.A.,
   

Deputy Director (Statistics), Research



Belarus:    National Bank of the Republic of Belarus

http://www.nbrb.by/engl/today/board.asp

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Postal address   20, Nezavisimosty Ave.,
220008 Minsk, Belarus   
Business hours   8.30 – 17.30h GMT+2,
Monday – Thursday
8.30 – 16.15h GMT+2,
Friday
Telephone   +375 17 2192303, 2192374; 2192242
(Foreign Economic Activities Directorate)
+375 17 2223621
(Correspondent Banking)
Telefax   +375 17 2274879, 2275094
Telex   252449 BELAR BY
S.W.I.F.T.   NBRB BY2X
Reuters   NBRB
Feedback   Contact Form
Web server name   http://www.nbrb.by
The Board of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
Petr P. PROKOPOVICH
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank of the Republic of Belarus
   Yury M. ALYMOV
First Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus                    
Pavel V. KALLAUR
First Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus
   Nikolai V. LUZGIN
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus         
Vladimir Ya. SENKO
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus
   Vasily S. MATYUSHEVSKY
Deputy
Chairman of the Board,
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus           
Andrei V. KOBYAKOV
Deputy
Prime Minister
of the Republic of Belarus
   Valentina V. AZAREVICH
Chief Accountant – Head
of the Accounting Directorate
National Bank
of the Republic of Belarus           
Nadezhda A. ERMAKOVA
Chairperson of the Board,
"OJSC Savings Bank "Belarusbank"




Belgium:    National Bank of Belgium

http://www.nbb.be/pub/01_00_00_00_00/01 ... 0.htm?l=en

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Governor
The Governor directs the National Bank. He presides over the Board of Directors and the Council of Regency, he has their decisions implemented and represents the Bank in legal proceedings. The Governor is also a member of the ECB Governing Council, which takes decisions on monetary policy for the euro area.
Guy Quaden, governor of the National Bank of Belgium

He is appointed by the King for a renewable term of five years. He may be removed from office only if he has been guilty of serious misconduct or if he no longer fulfils the conditions required for the performance of his duties.

Mr Guy Quaden has held the office of Governor since 1 March 1999. By a Royal Decree of 22 December 2003, Mr Guy Quaden was reappointed for a further five year term beginning on 1 March 2004. By a Royal Decree of 1 March 2009, he was reappointed for a new five year term beginning on 1 March 2009.

the Board of Directors
Guy Quaden
Governor
Luc Coene
Vice Governor - Secretary
Marcia De Wachter
Director
Jan Smets
Director
Françoise Masai
Director
Jean Hilgers
Director - Treasurer
Peter Praet
Director
Norbert De Batselier
Director

The Council of Regency is composed of the governor, the directors and ten regents. It includes an equal number of French- and Dutch-speaking regents.

The regents are elected by the general meeting for a renewable term of three years.

    * Two regents are chosen on the proposal  of the most representative labour organisations
       
    * Three regents are chosen on the proposal of the most representative organisations from industry and commerce, from agriculture and from small and medium-sized enterprises and traders
       
    * Five regents are chosen on the proposal of the Minister of Finance.

The regents may not hold office as managing director, director or manager in a credit institution.
Luc Cortebeeck
Regent
Rudy De Leeuw
Regent
Michèle Detaille
Regent
Martine Durez
Regent
Jacques Forest
Regent
Gérald Frère
Regent
Didier Matray
Regent
Rudi Thomaes
Regent
Karel Van Eetvelt
Regent
Piet Vanthemsche
Regent

The Board of Censors is composed of ten members. It includes an equal number of French and Dutch speakers. The censors are elected by the general meeting of shareholders for a renewable term of three years.

 
Baron Paul Buysse
Censor
Luc Carsauw
Censor
Jean‑François Cats
Censor
Jean Eylenbosch
Censor
Philippe Grulois
Censor
Jean-François Hoffelt
Censor
Bernard Jurion
Censor
Michel Moll
Censor
Francine Swiggers
Censor
Jan Vercamst
Censor

Jean-Pierre Arnoldi
Representative of the Minister of Finance

Belize:    Central Bank of Belize

http://www.centralbank.org.bz/services1 ... +Directors

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The Board of Directors

In accordance with the Central Bank of Belize Act, Chapter 262, Revised Edition 2000, the Central Bank’s Board of Directors consists of the Governor, a Deputy Governor and the Financial Secretary as ex-officio members and not less than three nor more than four other members, who are appointed by the Minister with responsibility for the Central Bank, for such period not exceeding four years.  The Minister shall appoint one of the members as Chairman of the Board, and the members shall elect one of their number as the Vice-Chairman.

 

The members of the current Board are as follows:

 

Mr. Alan Slusher              -       Chairman

 

Mr. Ralph Feinstein         -       Vice Chairman

 

Mr. Kerry Belisle               -      Member

 

Mr. Darrell Bradley          -      Member

 

Mr. Glenford Ysaguirre    -     Governor    

 

Mrs. Christine Vellos       -     Deputy Governor, Economic Intelligence

(Ex-Officio Member)                      

 

Mr. Joseph Waight           -    Financial Secretary

(Ex-Officio Member)

 
The Board is the policy making organ of the Bank and is required to meet at least ten times each year.  In the absence of a Chairman the Vice-Chairman shall preside at the meetings..


Benin:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

http://www.bceao.int/internet/bcweb.nsf ... enFrameSet

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The West African Monetary Union is characterised by the recognition of a common monetary unit , the Franc of the African Financial Community (CFA F), which is issued by the Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO). WAMU currently comprises : Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.

The organs ensuring the administration of WAMU are :

    * The Conference of Heads of State ;
    * The Council of Ministers ;
    * The Banking Commission, and ;
    * The Savings and Financial markets Regional Council.


The Conference of Heads of State is the supreme authority of the Union. It decides on the accession of new members and settles any matter that the Council of Ministers of the Union has referred to it.
The Conference of Heads of State meets at least once a year in ordinary session and as often as necessary in extraordinary session.
The Council of Ministers ensures the management of the Union. Each member State is represented in the Council by two Ministers, but only the Minister of Finance is entitled to vote.

The Council of Ministers takes decisions by unanimous vote in matters in which it is empowered to act under the provisions of the Treaty establishing WAMU and
the Statutes of BCEAO, as well as in any matters that the Governments of the member States of the Union may agree to refer to it for study or decision. These decisions must be in keeping with the international commitments of the States of the Union.

The Council of Ministers defines the monetary and credit policy of the Union in order to safeguard the value of the common currency and to provide for the financing of the activities and economic development of the States of the Union.

It notably approves the clearing and payment agreements between the common central bank and foreign central banks which are intended to facilitate the external payments of the member States of the Monetary Union.

The Council of Ministers meets on a quarterly basis in ordinary session and as often necessary in extraordinary session



Bermuda:    Bermuda Monetary Authority

http://www.bma.bm/about-us/org-structure.html

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Senior Management

Cyralene Benskin-Murray, LLB (Hons), MRP
   

Assistant Director, Legal Services & Enforcement

Terry Pitcher
   

Assistant Director, Corporate & Financial Services

Verna Hollis Smith
   

Assistant Director, Human Resources

Gina Smith
   

Assistant Director, Actuarial Services

Marcelo Ramella
   

Assistant Director, Policy, Research & Risk Assessment: Research

Suzanne Williams
   

Assistant Director, Insurance Supervision, Complex Institutions

Mesheiah Crockwell
   

Assistant Director, Programme Implementation

Leslie Robinson
   

Assistant Director, Insurance Licensing & Authorisation

Courtney Christie-Veitch
   

Assistant Director, Banking, Trust & Investment, Financial Group

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Denmark:    National Bank of Denmark

http://www.nationalbanken.dk/DNUK/About ... enDocument


Organisation
   

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The Board of Governors consists of three members. The Board of Governors holds full responsibility for monetary policy.

The Committee of Directors and the Board of Directors have administrative and organisational competence and must approve the Annual Accounts of Danmarks Nationalbank. The Chairman of the Board of Governors is Governor by Royal Appointment. The two other Governors are appointed by the Board of Directors.


Dominican Republic:    Central Bank of the Dominican Republic

http://www.bancentral.gov.do/english/index-e.asp

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MONETARY BOARD

Ex-Officio Members

 

Héctor Valdez Albizu
Governor of the Central Bank
President

Vicente Bengoa
Secretary of State of Finance
Member

Rafael Camilo
Bank Superintendent
Member

 

Members

Héctor Rizek Llabaly
   

Ramón Núñez Ramírez

César Nicolás Penson
   

Miguel Feris Iglesias

George Manuel Hazoury
   

Emilio De Luna Peguero

Consuelo Matos de Guerrero
Secretary

   Héctor Valdez Albizu
Governor

Clarissa de la Rocha de Torres
Vice-Governor

Pedro Silverio Alvarez
Manager

 

Andrés Julio Espinal Mota
Assistant General Manager
   

Ramón Rolando Reyes Luna
Assistant Technical Manager

José Clemente Taveras Rivas
Assistant Operations Manager
   

Roberto José Pelliccione Hernández
Assistant Services and Systems Manager

Reina Domínguez de Ogando
General Assistant Manager for Special Projects

and Budgeting
   

Manuel F. Gómez Copello
Assistant Manager
Director, Human Resources Department

José Ricardo Rojas León
Executive Adviser to the Ministry
   

Olga Díaz Mora
Adviser to the Ministry

Consuelo Matos de Guerrero
Secretary of the Monetary Board
   

Frank A. Fuentes Brito
Adviser to the Ministry

Olga Morel
Judicial Consultant
   

José Manuel Taveras Lay
Comptroller

Carmen Beatriz Rodríguez De Los Santos
Bank Secretary
   

 

Joel Tejeda Comprés
Director, Monetary Programming and Economic
Investigations Department
   

Miguel Ángel Jiménez Cornielle
Director, National Accounts and Economic

Statistics Department

Ana Beatriz Rodríguez Alberti
Director, International Department
   

Ervin Novas Bello
Director, Financial Department

Luis Martín Gómez
Director, Communications Department
   


Frank A. Montaño P.
Director, Treasury Department

Luis José Bourget García
Director, Planning and Budget Department
   

Lourdes M. Gómez R.
Accountant

Mayra C. Corominas de Fernández
Director, Comité de Políticas para la Realización de Activos (COPRA)
   


Bienvenido Alberto Contreras Villalona
Director, Administrative Department

 

José G. Alcántara Almánzar
Director, Cultural Department
   

Ricardo A. Fiallo Saladín
Director, Systems and Technology Department


Eufemio Nicolás Peña
Director, Internal Security Department
   

Fabiola M. Herrera de Valdez
Director, Department of Payment Systems


Virginia Hernández T.
Director, Currency and Custody Department
   


Víctor Ramón de la Rosa
Director, Purchasing and Contracting Department

Yamil Enrique Espinal Jiménez
Director, Santiago Regional Office



East Caribbean area:    Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

http://www.eccb-centralbank.org/About/index.asp

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Sir K Dwight Venner
Governor of the ECCB
Mr Trevor Brathwaite
Deputy Governor of the ECCB

MONETARY COUNCIL MEMBERS AND ALTERNATES
     
   
Honourable Hubert Hughes
Chief Minister
Minister of Finance and Tourism
Office of the Chief Minister
Anguilla

Mrs Kathleen Rogers
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Antigua and Barbuda    

Hon Harold Lovell
Minister of Finance, the Economy and Public Administration
Commonwealth of Dominica    

Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit (Chairman)
Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Planning, National Security and Overseas Nationals
Ministry of Finance

Mrs Rosamund Edwards
Financial Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Grenada    

Honourable V Nazim Burke
Minister of Finance, Economy, Planning, Energy Foreign Trade and Cooperatives
Ministry of Finance

Mr Timothy Antoine
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Montserrat    

Hon Reuben T Meade
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the Environment
   
Hon John Skerritt,CBE
Financial Secretary
Ministry of Finance
St Kitts and Nevis    

Dr the Honourable Denzil L. Douglas
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Sustainable Development, Human Resource Development
Office of the Prime Minister

Mrs Janet Harris
Financial Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Saint Lucia    

The Honourable Stephenson King
Prime Minister/Minister of Finance

Mr Isaac Anthony
Director of Finance
Ministry of Finance

St Vincent and the Grenadines    
Dr the Honourable Ralph Gonsalves
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Economic Planning, National Security, Legal Affairs and Grenadines Affairs
Prime Minister’s Office
   
Mr Christian (Sims) Martin
Fiscal Adviser to Government

Board of Directors
The Board comprises the Governor, Deputy Governor and one Director appointed by each of the participating Governments. The Governor functions as chairman of the Board.

The Board is responsible for policy and general administration of the Bank
   

  Chairman
  Anguilla
  Antigua and Barbuda
  Commonwealth of Dominica
  Grenada
  Montserrat
  St. Kitts and Nevis
  Saint Lucia
  St. Vincent and the Grenadines


Ecuador:    Central Bank of Ecuador

http://www.bce.fin.ec/contenido.php?CNT=ARB0000002





Egypt:    Central Bank of Egypt

http://www.cbe.org.eg/Pictures%20of%20b ... ectors.htm

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Board of Directors
   
 
Governor and Chairman of the Board
Dr. Farouk Abd El Baky El Okdah

Deputy Governor
Mr. Hisham Ramez Abdel Hafez
 

Board Members
   

Mr. Momtaz Mohamed El Said    

Dr. Ahmed Saad Abd EL Latif  

Mr. Momtaz Mohamed El-Said

Dr. Mohamad Fathi Sakr

Mr. Hasan El Sayed Abdalla    

Mr.  Abd El Salam Mostafa El Anwar  
   
Mr. Mohamed Kamal El-Din Barakat  

Mr. Hazem Hassan    

Dr. Ziyad Ahmed Bahaa El Din    

Mr. Hazem Zaki Hassan    

Mrs. Mona Zulficar

Dr. Mahmoud Abd El Fadeel Hussein
   
Mr. Aladdin Saba
   
Mr. Tarek Hassan Aly Amer



El Salvador:    Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador

http://www.bcr.gob.sv/?cat=1112&lang=en

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President
Carlos Acevedo

First Vicepresident
Marta Evelyn de Rivera

Directors
Dionisio Ismael Machuca Massís
Ricardo Morales Estupinián
Guillermo Miguel Saca

Deputy Directors
Erwin Federico Schneider Córdova
Ricardo Salvador Calvo Muñoz


Equatorial Guinea:    Bank of Central African States

http://www.bcr.gob.sv



Estonia:    Bank of Estonia

http://www.bankofestonia.info/pub/en/yl ... ukogu.html
http://www.bankofestonia.info/pub/en/yl ... hatus.html

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Executive Board of Eesti Pank

Chairman:
    Andres Lipstok (Governor)
Members:
    Rein Minka (Deputy Governor)
    Märten Ross (Deputy Governor)

Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank

Pursuant to the Eesti Pank Act, the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank is the highest body of Eesti Pank consisting of the Chairman and seven other members. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank is appointed to office for a term of five years by the Riigikogu on the proposal of the President of the Republic. The members of the Supervisory Board are appointed by the Chairman also for a term of five years.

The 6th membership of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank was appointed to office by the Riigikogu as of 18 February 2009 and its members are Kalev Kallo, Irene Kull, Jürgen Ligi, Enn Listra, Tõnis Palts, Liina Tõnisson and Urmas Varblane.
In relation to the appointment of Jürgen Ligi as Minister of Finance on 4 June 2009, his membership of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank has been suspended. For the time of Mr Ligi's position as a member of the Government, the Riigikogu appointed Valdo Randpere the alternate member of the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank as of 26 January 2010.

By a decision of the Riigikogu Jaan Männik was appointed Chairman of the Supervisory Board as of 13 June 2008.
     



Ethiopia:    National Bank of Ethiopia

http://www.nbe.gov.et/aboutus/governancebank.htm

 
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The board of Directors
   
     

   Chairman    
         
   H.E. Ato Newaye-kirstos Gebreab    
   

   Member    
         
   H.E. Ato Sufian Ahmed    
   
     
   Member    
         
   H.E. Ato Girma Biru    
   
     

   
        Member    

   H.E. Ato Hassen Abdella    
   
     
   The Governor - Member    
         
   H.E. Ato Teklewold Atnafu    
   
     
   The Vice Governor - Member    

   H.E. Ato Alemseged Assefa

        Governors
   
   The Governor    

   H.E. Ato Teklewold Atnafu    
   
     
   The Vice Governor    
         
   H.E. Ato Alemseged Assefa      

        Executive Management Members

   Ato Tiruneh Mittafa    

   Human Resource Management    

   Ato Alemayehu Kebede    
         
   Bank Modernization and External Relations Directorate    
   
   Ato Gebreyesus Guntie    

   Economic Research and Monetary Policy Directorate    

   Ato Getahun Nana    
         
   Director, Supervision Directorate    
   
   Ato Yohannes Ayalew    
         
   Economic Research & Monetary Policy Directorate    
   
   Ato Tamirat Abebe    
         
   Finance & Information  Systems Directorate    
   
   Ato Tekle Birhan G/Michael    
         
   Economic Advisor to the Governors
        & ERMPD


Senior Managers
   
   Ato Mesfin G/Selassie    

   Ethiopian Academy of Financial Studies    

   Ato Muluneh Alemu    

   Microfinance Organization Supervision Department    

   Ato Tefera Lemma    
         
   Economic Research and Monetary Policy Department    
   
   Ato Sefiyalem Liben    
         
   Human Resource Department    

   Ato Elias Loha    

   Reserve and Foreign Exchange Marketing Department    

   Ato Kebede Kassa    

   Administrative Services    

   Ato Tesfaye Teshome    

   Information Systems Department    

   W/ro Ribka Bekele    

   Internal Audit Department    
   
   Ato Birhanu Batiso    

   Finance Department    
   
   Ato Getachew Sisay    
         
   Domestic Banking Department    
   
   W/ro Kibrie Moges    
         
   Legal Services Department    
   
   Ato Yewondwossen Etafa    

   Insurance Supervision Department



European Union:    European Central Bank

http://www.ecb.int/ecb/orga/decisions/g ... ex.en.html

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The Governing Council

The Governing Council meets once a fortnight and
is the main decision-making body of the ECB. It consists of

    * the six members of the Executive Board, plus
    * the governors of the national central banks of the 16 euro area countries.

Responsibilities

    * to adopt the guidelines and take the decisions necessary to ensure the performance of the tasks entrusted to the Eurosystem;
    * to formulate monetary policy for the euro area. This includes decisions relating to monetary objectives, key interest rates, the supply of reserves in the Eurosystem, and the establishment of guidelines for the implementation of those decisions.

Meetings and decisions

The Governing Council usually meets twice a month at the Eurotower in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

At its first meeting each month, the Governing Council assesses economic and monetary developments and takes its monthly monetary policy decision. At its second meeting, the Council discusses mainly issues related to other tasks and responsibilities of the ECB and the Eurosystem.

While the minutes of the meetings are not published, the monetary policy decision is explained in detail at a press conference held shortly after the first meeting each month. The President, assisted by the Vice-President, chairs the press conference.
 
Members


    *
      Jean-Claude Trichet
      Jean-Claude Trichet Curriculum vitae
      President of the ECB
      Jean-Claude Trichet
      x close
       
    *
      Lucas D. Papademos
      Lucas D. Papademos Curriculum vitae
      Vice-President of the ECB
      Lucas D. Papademos
      x close
       
    *
      Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
      Lorenzo Bini Smaghi Curriculum vitae
      Member of the Executive Board of the ECB
      Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
      x close
       
    *
      José Manuel González-Páramo
      José Manuel González-Páramo Curriculum vitae
      Member of the Executive Board of the ECB
      José Manuel González-Páramo
      x close
       
    *
      Jürgen Stark
      Jürgen Stark Curriculum vitae
      Member of the Executive Board of the ECB
      Jürgen Stark
      x close
       
    *
      Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell
      Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell Curriculum vitae
      Member of the Executive Board of the ECB
      Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell
      x close
       
    *
      Guy Quaden
      Guy Quaden
      Governor, Nationale Bank van België/Banque Nationale de Belgique
      Guy Quaden
      x close
       
    *
      Axel A. Weber
      Axel A. Weber
      President, Deutsche Bundesbank
      Axel A. Weber
      x close
       
    *
      Patrick Honohan
      Patrick Honohan
      Governor, Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland
      Patrick Honohan
      x close
       
    *
      Georgios Provopoulos
      Georgios Provopoulos
      Governor, Bank of Greece
      Georgios Provopoulos
      x close
       
    *
      Miguel Fernández Ordóñez
      Miguel Fernández Ordóñez
      Governor, Banco de España
      Miguel Fernández Ordóñez
      x close
       
    *
      Christian Noyer
      Christian Noyer
      Governor, Banque de France
      Christian Noyer
      x close
       
    *
      Mario Draghi
      Mario Draghi
      Governor, Banca d'Italia
      Mario Draghi
      x close
       
    *
      Athanasios Orphanides
      Athanasios Orphanides
      Governor, Central Bank of Cyprus
      Athanasios Orphanides
      x close
       
    *
      Yves Mersch
      Yves Mersch
      Governor, Banque centrale du Luxembourg
      Yves Mersch
      x close
       
    *
      Michael C. Bonello
      Michael C. Bonello
      Governor, Central Bank of Malta
      Michael C. Bonello
      x close
       
    *
      Nout Wellink
      Nout Wellink
      President, De Nederlandsche Bank
      Nout Wellink
      x close
       
    *
      Ewald Nowotny
      Ewald Nowotny
      Governor, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
      Ewald Nowotny
      x close
       
    *
      Vítor Manuel Ribeiro Constâncio
      Vítor Manuel Ribeiro Constâncio
      Governor, Banco de Portugal
      Vítor Manuel Ribeiro Constâncio
      x close
       
    *
      Marko Kranjec
      Marko Kranjec
      Governor, Banka Slovenije
      Marko Kranjec
      x close
       
    *
      Jozef Makuch
      Jozef Makuch
      Governor, Národná banka Slovenska
      Jozef Makuch
      x close
       
    *
      Erkki Liikanen
      Erkki Liikanen
      Governor, Suomen Pankki - Finlands Bank
      Erkki Liikanen
      x close
       
    *  

Legal basis

See Article 10 of the Statute (of the European System of Central Banks and of the European Central Bank) for provisions regarding the Governing Council.

Article 10.1: "In accordance with Article 112 (1) of this Treaty, the Governing Council shall comprise the members of the Executive Board of the ECB and the governors of the national central banks."


Fiji:    Reserve Bank of Fiji

http://www.reservebank.gov.fj/default.a ... gementTeam

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Executive Management
   
   Governor
Mr. Sada Reddy

Telephone: (679) 3223 401 | Facsimile: (679) 3304 363  | Email: barry@rbf.gov.fj


Senior Advisor to the Governors
Mr. Inia Naiyaga

Telephone: (679) 3223 415 | Facsimile: (679) 3301 688 | Email: lorraine@rbf.gov.fj
   
   Chief Manager Financial System Development and Compliance
Mr. Filimoni Waqabaca

Telephone: (679) 3223 381 | Facsimile: (679) 3301 688 | Email:filimone@rbf.gov.fj
   
   Chief Manager Financial Markets
Mr. Ariff Ali

Telephone:  (679) 3223 366 | Facsimile: (679) 3307 210 | Email: esala@rbf.gov.fj    
   Chief Manager Economics
Mr. Jitendra Singh

Telephone: (679) 3223 416 | Facsimile: (679) 3304 445 | Email: susan@rbf.gov.fj

   
   Director Financial Intelligence Unit
Mr. Razim Buksh

Telephone: (679) 3223 333 | Facsimile: (679) 3316 454 | Email: http://www.bof.fi/en/suomen_pankki/orga ... /index.htm



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The Parliamentary Supervisory Council

Timo Kalli (Chairman)
Antti Kalliomäki (Vice Chairman)
Pekka Ravi
Martti Korhonen
Mika Lintilä
Tanja Karpela
Marja Tiura
Jutta Urpilainen
Ben Zyskowicz

Anton Mäkelä, Secretary to the Parliamentary Supervisory Council
The Board

Governor Erkki Liikanen
Deputy Governor Pentti Hakkarainen
Member of the Board Sinikka Salo
Member of the Board Seppo Honkapohja

Arno Lindgren, Secretary to the Board
Departments

Administration Pirkko Pohjoisaho-Aarti (Head of Administration)
General Secretariat Antti Suvanto (Head of General Secretariat)
Currency Department Mauri Lehtinen (Head of Currency Department)
Banking Operations Harri Lahdenperä (Head of Banking Operations)
Monetary Policy and Research Tuomas Saarenheimo (Head of Monetary Policy and Research)
Financial Markets and Statistics Kimmo Virolainen (Head of Financial Markets and Statistics)
Internal Audit Erkki Kurikka (Head of Internal Audit)


France:    Bank of France

http://www.banque-france.fr
http://www.banque-france.fr/gb/instit/t ... ani_gb.pdf
   
     
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General Council
      Members :
          o
            Christian NOYER  Governor, Chairman of the General Council
          o
            Jean-Paul REDOUIN  1st Deputy Governor
          o
            Jean-Pierre LANDAU  2nd Deputy Governor
          o
            Philippe AUBERGER
          o
            François CALVARIN
          o
            Élizabeth DUCOTTET
          o
            Serge LEPELTIER
          o
            Monique MILLOT-PERNIN
          o
            Henri de RICHEMONT
          o
            Marie-Paule GEORGEL General Council Member, Staff Representative
            personnal representative
          o
            Censor: Hervé de VILLEROCHÉ
          o
            Alternate: Sébastien BOITREAUD

   
   


    *
      General Secretariat of the Prudential Supervisory Authority
          o
            Chairman: Christian NOYER
          o
            Vice-Chairman: Jean-Philippe THIERRY
          o
            Secretary General: Danièle NOUY
          o
            First Deputy Secretary General: TBA
          o
            Deputy Secretaries General: Michel CARDONA, Didier ELBAUM, Édouard FERNANDEZ-BOLLO, Cyril ROUX

            1st Insurance Supervisory
            2nd Insurance Supervisory
            Cross-functionnal and specialised Supervision
            Supervision of General and Specialised Credit Institutions
            Supervision of Mutual Institutions and Investment Firms
            Delegation charged with the on-site inspection of credit institutions and investment firms
            Authorisation, Licensing and Regulation
            Legal Affaires
            Commercial Practice Supervision
            Studies and International Relations
            Financial Affairs
            IT, Methods and Human Ressources


    *
      General Secretariat of the Advisory Committee on the Financial Sector
          o
            Chairman : Emmanuel CONSTANS

   
   


    *
      General Secretariat of the Advisory Committee on financial legislation and Regulation
          o
            Secretary General: Michel CARDONA




Gabon:    Bank of Central African States




The Gambia:    Central Bank of The Gambia

http://www.cbg.gm/about-cbg/organs.html
http://www.cbg.gm/images/Organizational%20Chart.pdf




Georgia:    National Bank of Georgia

http://www.nbg.gov.ge/index.php?m=364

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Giorgi Kadagidze
Chairman of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia, President of the National Bank of Georgia...

Archil Mestvirishvili
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia, Vice-President...

Otar Nadaraia
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia, Vice-President...

Lasha Jugeli
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia ...

Simon Gelashvili
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia...

Mikheil Tokmazishvili
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia...

Temur Shengelia
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Georgia...



Germany:    Deutsche Bundesbank

http://www.bundesbank.de/aufgaben/aufga ... and.en.php

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Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank

    * Professor Axel A Weber
      President of the Deutsche Bundesbank
      Chairman of the Executive Board

    * Professor Franz-Christoph Zeitler
      Vice-President of the Deutsche Bundesbank

    * Dr Rudolf Böhmler

    * Dr Hans Georg Fabritius

    * Professor Hans-Helmut Kotz

    * Dr Thilo Sarrazin



Ghana:    Bank of Ghana

http://www.bog.gov.gh/index1.php?linkid=268

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Governor
Mr. K. B. Amissah-Arthur     1 Oct 2009     Present

Governor's Secretariat

1
   Mr. Kofi O. Adu Labi    Advisor

2
   Mrs. Akofa Avorkliyah    Director

         
         
     
    Heads of Departments
     Department    Head

1
   Banking    Mrs. Elly Ohene Adu

2
   Banking Supervision    Mr. Nicholas Okoe Sai

3
   Finance    Mr. Daniel K. Kludje (Acting Head)

4
   Information Technology and Data Management    Mr. Daniel Hagan

5
   General Services    Ms. Gloria Quartey

6
   Monetary Policy Analysis and Financial Stability    Dr. Benjamin Amoah

7
   Human Resources And Development    Mr. Lloyd Arthur Ankrah

8
   Information, Documentation and Publication Services    Mrs. Mary Edwards

9
   Internal Audit    Mr. Felix Adu

10
   Issue    Ms. Catherine Ashley

11
   Legal    Mrs. Esther Kumado

12
   Medical    Dr. Kwaku Afriyie

13
   Research    Dr. Ernest K. Addison

14
   Reconciliation and Investigations    Ms. Agnes Ntiamoah

15
   Secretary's    Mr. Alex Bernasko

16
   Security    Col. (rtd.) Ani Asamoah

17
   Treasury    Mr. Francis Andoh

18
   External Financial Relations    Mr. Yao Abalo

19
   Public Affairs Unit    Ms. Esi Hammond

20
   Central Security Depository    Mr. Stephen Tetteh

21
   Center for Training and Professional Development (The Center)     Mr. John Buadu



Greece:    Bank of Greece

http://www.bankofgreece.gr/Pages/en/Ban ... fault.aspx

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Bank of Greece Administration and Decision-Making Bodies and Executives

    * General Meeting of Shareholders
    * General Council
    * Monetary Policy Council
    * Governor and Deputy Governors
    * Banking and Credit Committee

General Meeting of Shareholders

Articles 11-19 of the Statute

It is the Bank’s supreme organ that represents all shareholders and binds them by its decisions. Held regularly once a year, not later than in April, it is the only competent organ for deciding on its own proceedings, as well as on the following matters:
- approval of the Bank’s Annual Report and balance sheet, appropriations to reserve and other special funds, fixing of dividends and any other disposal of net profits;
- election, or removal of members of the General Council and Auditors and fixing their fees;
- discharge of members of the General Council and Auditors from all personal responsibility;
- proposals to amend the Bank’s Statute, which are then submitted by the Government to Parliament ; and
- proposals on any other matter submitted to it by the General Council.  

Members of the General Council

Provopoulos Georgios     Governor
Dendrinou-Louri Eleni      Deputy Governor
Papadakis Ioannis     Deputy Governor
Gozadinos Ioannis      Member
Demopoulos George      Member
Thomopoulos Panayotis-Aristidis     Member
Kassimatis Georgios      Member
Kyriacopoulos Olysses     Member
Mylonas Georgios      Member
Economou George      Member
Polyzogopoulos Christos      Member
Chandris Michael      Member
Ntziounis Christos     General Commissioner of the State



Monetary Policy Council

Chairman    Georgios Provopoulos
   
   
Members    Eleni Dendrinou-Louri
   Ioannis Papadakis
   George Economou
   George Demopoulos
   Panayotis-Aristidis Thomopoulos

Governor and Deputy Governors

Articles 29-35 of the Statute

The Governor and the two Deputy Governors are each appointed by a Presidential Decree for a term of six years.

The Governor chairs the meetings of the General Council and of the Monetary Policy Council; represents the Bank before judicial authorities; exercises permanent control on the Bank’s asset management and general business; decides on any matter not specifically reserved to the General Council or the Monetary Policy Council or governed by regulations issued by these Councils; and participates in the Governing Council of the European Central Bank. With the exception of matters specifically assigned to the Monetary Policy Council, the Governor decides on all other matters falling within the duties of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). The Governor also exercises the powers (mainly supervisory) of the former Currency Committee, which, following the latter’s abolition, were transferred to the Bank of Greece pursuant to Article 1 of Law 1266/1982 (now Article 55A of the Statute – see below). The Governor may delegate any of his duties to any of the Deputy Governors.

The senior Deputy Governor replaces the Governor when absent or unable to be present to the full extent of his duties.



Governor: Governor: Georgios A. Provopoulos
Deputy Governors: Eleni Dendrinou-Louri, Ioannis Papadakis

Banking and Credit Committee
Chairman       
Georgios Provopoulos
      Governor
   
   
Members    
Eleni Dendrinou-Louri
  Deputy Governor
   
   Ioannis Papadakis
Deputy Governor
   
   Michael Michalopoulos
Director
Government Financial Operations and Account department
   
   Panayotis Adamopoulos
Director
Legal department
   
   Ioannis Kouris
Director
Financial Operations Department
Payment Systems Department
   
   Ioannis Gousios
Director
Department for the Supervision of Credit and Financial Institutions



Guatemala:    Bank of Guatemala

http://www.banguat.gob.gt/inc/ver.asp?id=/en/info03

   
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*   Licda. Maria Antonieta Del Cid Navas de Bonilla
      President

    * Lic. Julio Roberto Suárez Guerra
      Vice-president

    * Lic. Manuel Augusto Alonzo Araujo
      General Manager

    * Licda. Lidya Antonieta Gutiérrez Escobar
      Administrative Manager

    * Lic. Sergio Francisco Recinos Rivera
      Financial Manager

    * Lic. Oscar Roberto Monterroso Sazo
      Economic Manager

    * Lic. Leonel Hipólito Moreno Mérida
      Legal Manager




Guinea Bissau:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

Guyana:    Bank of Guyana

http://www.bankofguyana.org.gy/Documents/bankorg.pdf
http://www.bankofguyana.org.gy/bogorganisation.htm





Haiti:    Central Bank of Haiti

http://www.brh.net/

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Le Conseil d'Administration

    La Banque de la République d'Haïti est gérée par un conseil d'administration composé de cinq (5) membres:

      Charles Castel
Gouverneur
   Philippe Lahens
Gouverneur-Adjoint
   Marc Hébert Ignace
Directeur Général
   Rémy Montas
Membre
   Fritz Duroseau
Membre


Honduras:    Central Bank of Honduras

http://www.bch.hn/eng/mapa_sitio_eng.php
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Bank_of_Honduras

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The Central Bank of Honduras (Spanish: Banco Central de Honduras) is the central bank of Honduras. The current president is Maria Elena Mondragón.



Hong Kong:    Hong Kong Monetary Authority
http://www.info.gov.hk/hkma/eng/hkma/index.htm

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Advisory Committees

The Exchange Fund Advisory Committee (EFAC)

In his control of the Exchange Fund, the Financial Secretary is advised by the Exchange Fund Advisory Committee (EFAC).  EFAC is established under Section 3(1) of the Exchange Fund Ordinance, which requires the Financial Secretary to consult the Committee in his exercise of control of the Exchange Fund.  The Financial Secretary is ex officio chairman of EFAC.  Other members, including the Monetary Authority, are appointed in a personal capacity by the Financial Secretary under the delegated authority of the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR.  Members of EFAC are appointed for the expertise and experience that they can bring to the committee.  Such expertise and experience includes knowledge of monetary, financial and economic affairs and of investment issues, as well as of accounting, management, business and legal matters.

EFAC advises the Financial Secretary on investment policies and strategies for the Fund and on projects, such as the development of financial infrastructure, that are charged to the Fund.  Since the operating and staff costs of the HKMA are also chargeable to the Exchange Fund, EFAC advises the Financial Secretary on the HKMA's annual administration budget and on the terms and conditions of service of HKMA staff.  EFAC meets regularly and on other occasions when particular advice is being sought.

EFAC is assisted in its work by five sub-committees, which monitor specific areas of the HKMA's work and report and make recommendations to the Financial Secretary through EFAC


Chairman

The Financial Secretary
The Hon. John TSANG Chun-wah, JP

 

Members

The Monetary Authority
Mr Norman T.L. CHAN, SBS, JP



Mr Christopher CHENG Wai-chee, GBS, JP
Chairman
USI Holdings Limited

Mr HE Guangbei, JP
Vice Chairman and Chief Executive
Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited

Mr Henry FAN Hung-ling, SBS, JP

Mr Simon IP Sik-on, JP

Mr Thomas KWOK Ping-kwong, SBS, JP
Vice Chairman and Managing Director
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited

Dr Patrick FUNG Yuk-bun, JP
Chairman and Chief Executive
Wing Hang Bank Limited

Professor the Hon. Lawrence J. LAU, JP
Vice-Chancellor
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mr David SUN Tak-kei, BBS, JP
Far East Area Chairman and Managing Partner
Ernst & Young

Mr John CHAN Cho-chak, GBS, JP
Chairman
The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Mr Benjamin HUNG Pi-cheng
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited

Mr Peter WONG Tung-shun, JP
Chief Executive
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

Professor CHAN Yuk-shee, BBS, JP
President
Lingnan University of Hong Kong

Mr Lester HUANG, JP
Managing Partner
P.C. Woo & Co.

Ms Teresa KO Yuk-yin, JP
China Managing Partner
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Mr PANG Yiu-kai, SBS, JP
Chief Executive
Hongkong Land Holdings Limited

Mr Carlson TONG, JP
Chairman
KPMG Asia Pacific and KPMG China

 

Secretary

Mr Howard LEE
Head, Corporate Development
Hong Kong Monetary Authority

 

Members of EFAC and its Sub-Committees are subject to a Code of Conduct (PDF, 203KB).

A Register of Members' Interests, which contains the declarations of interests by Members of EFAC, is available for public inspection during office hours (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday and 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday) at the HKMA offices, 55th Floor, Two International Finance Centre, 8 Finance Road, Hong Kong. The Register is updated in January every year, or, in the case of new Members, on appointment. Past declarations of interests by EFAC Members from 1995 may also be inspected on request. For enquiries about the Register, please email http://english.mnb.hu/engine.aspx?page= ... nb_szervei   
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Management

Governor:

András Simor

Deputy-Governor:

Ferenc Karvalits

Júlia Király

The Monetary Council:

Chairman:

András Simor

Deputy Chairman:

Ferenc Karvalits

Members:

dr. Tamás Bánfi

dr. Péter Bihari

dr. Csaba Csáki

Júlia Király

Judit Neményi

 

Current members of the Monetary Council and year of their appointment

 

The Supervisory Board of Magyar Nemzeti Bank

 

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

dr. Ákos Balassa

 

Members:

László Baranyay,

dr.Gábor  Csányi,

dr. József Kajdi,
Mrs. Imre Karácsony,
dr. Gábor András Szényei,

dr. László Urbán,

Éva Várhegy



Iceland:    Central Bank of Iceland

http://www.sedlabanki.is/?PageID=189

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Leadership and organisation
The Bank's direction is in the hands of the Governor. Administratively, the Bank comes under the Prime Minister and a seven-member Supervisory Board, which is elected by Parliament by a proportional vote after each general election. The Supervisory Board, which supervises the Central Bank's activities, elects a Chairman and Vice Chairman from its own ranks. Decisions on applying the Central Bank's monetary policy control mechanisms shall be taken by the Monetary Policy Committee. In other respects, the Bank's direction shall be in the hands of the Governor.  

Governor
Már Gudmundsson

Deputy Governor
Arnór Sighvatsson

 
Principal officers

Accounting: Kristín Hannesdóttir, Chief Accountant
Economics Department: Þórarinn G. Pétursson, Chief Economist
Financial Stability Department: Tryggvi Pálsson, Director
Governor's Office:  Jón Th. Sigurgeirsson, Director
International and Market Department: Sturla Pálsson, Director
Legal Department: Sigríður Logadóttir, Chief Attorney
Operations Department: Ingvar A. Sigfússon, Director
Statistics & IT: Tómas Örn Kristinsson, Director

Supervisory Board, elected by Parliament (August 11, 2009):

Principal members:
Lára V. Júlíusdóttir, Chairman
Ragnar Arnalds, Vice Chairman
Björn Herbert Guðbjörnsson (From December 15, 2009)
Hildur Traustadóttir
Ragnar Árnason
Katrín Olga Jóhannesdóttir
Daniel Gros (From October 15, 2009)

Alternate members:
Margrét Kristmannsdóttir
Anna Ólafsdóttir Björnsson
Gunnar Svavarsson (From December 15, 2009)
Guðrún Ágústa Guðmundsdóttir
Birgir Þór Runólfsson
Ingibjörg Ingvadóttir
Friðrik Már Baldursson
 

The Central Bank of Iceland conducts most of its operations at Kalkofnsvegur 1 in Reykjavík. Some activities are also housed at Einholt 4 in Reykjavík.




India:    Reserve Bank of India

http://www.rbi.org.in/

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SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT
Names and addresses of the Directors of the Central Board of the Reserve Bank of India

1.

   

Dr. D Subbarao
Governor
Reserve Bank of India
Central Office
Mumbai 400 001.
   
@11.
   

Shri Azim Premji
Chairman,
WIPRO Limited
Doddakannelli,
Sarjapur Road,
Bangalore – 560033
2.

   Smt. Shyamala Gopinath
Deputy Governor
Reserve Bank of India
Central Office
Mumbai 400 001.    
@12.

   

Shri Kumar Mangalam Birla
Chairman,
Aditya Birla Group of Companies
Aditya Birla Centre,
S. K. Ahire Marg, Worli
Mumbai – 400 030

3.

   Smt. Usha Thorat
Deputy Governor
Reserve Bank of India
Central Office
Mumbai 400 001.    
@13.

   

Smt. Shashi Rajagopalan
Plot No. 10, Saket Phase 2
Kapra, ECIL Post
Hyderabad – 500 062
4.

   

Dr.K.C.Chakrabarty
Deputy Governor
Reserve Bank of India
Central Office
Mumbai 400 001.
   
@14.

   

Shri Suresh Neotia
B-32, Greater Kailash Part - I
New Delhi – 110 048
5.

   Dr. Subir Gokarn
Deputy Governor
Reserve Bank of India
Central Office
Mumbai 400 001.
   
@15.

   

Dr. A. Vaidyanathan
B-1, Sonali Apartment, Old No. 11
Beach Road, Kalakshetra Colony
Chennai – 600 090

*6.
   

Shri Y.H. Malegam
Chartered Accountant
C/o S. B. Billimoria & Company
Meher Chambers (2nd floor)
R. Kamani Road, Ballard Estate
Mumbai 400 001
   
@16.

   

Prof. Man Mohan Sharma
2/3 Jaswant Baug (Runwal Park),
Behind Akbarallys, Chembur Naka
Mumbai – 400 071
*7.

   

Prof. Suresh D. Tendulkar
Economist,
AD-86-C,
Shalimar Bagh,
New Delhi – 110 088
   
@17.

   

Dr. D. Jayavarthanavelu
Chairman & Managing Director
Lakshmi Machine Works Limited
34 A, Kamraj Road
Coimbatore -641018

*8.
   

Prof. U. R. Rao
Chairman, Physical Research Laboratory
Department of Space,
Government of India
Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road
Bangalore – 560 094
   
@18.

   

Shri Sanjay Labroo
Managing Director & CEO
Asahi India Glass Ltd.
Global Business Park
Tower - B, 5th Floor'
Mehrauli - Gurgaon Road
Gurgaon - 122002 (Haryana)
*9.

   

Shri Lakshmi Chand
IAS (Retd.),
C-12, Sector 14
NOIDA, Gautham Budh Nagar
Uttar Pradesh
   
#19.

   

Shri Ashok Chawla
Finance Secretary
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
New Delhi 110001
@10.

   

Shri H. P. Ranina
Advocate, Supreme Court of India,
506, Raheja Centre,
214 Backbay Reclamation,
Free Press Journal Road,
Mumbai - 400 023
   

   

* Directors nominated under Sect 8 (1) (b) of the RBI Act, 1934.
@ Directors nominated under Sect 8 (1) (c) of the RBI Act, 1934.
# Director nominated under Sect 8 (1) (d) of the RBI Act, 1934.
Dated November 24, 2009



Indonesia:    Bank Indonesia

http://www.bi.go.id/web/en

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THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS

:: Appointment and Dismissal of Board of Governors

In implementing its duties and responsibilities, Bank Indonesia is managed by the Board of Governors. The Board is led by a Governor who is assisted by a Senior Deputy Governor as the Vice-Governor, and at least four and not more than seven Deputy Governors. The Members of the Board of Governors shall be appointed for a term of office of 5 (five) years and may be reappointed to the same position for no more than 1 (one) subsequent term of office.

The Governor, Senior Deputy Governor, and Deputy Governeors shall be proposed and appointed by the President with the approval of the House of Representatives. Candidates for Deputy Governor shall be proposed by the President pursuant to a recommendation of the Governor (vide Article 41 Act No.3, year 2004 amandment to Act No.23, year 1999).  A member of the Board of Governors may not be dismissed during his or her term of office, unless the person are resigns, convicted of a felony, unable to attend in person for a period of 3 (three) consecutive months without reasonable cause, is declared bankrupt or unable to settle liabilities to creditors, or is permanently incapacitated.

:: Decision Making Process

As the Bank’s highest decision making forum, the Board of Governors Meeting is conducted at least once every month to deliberate and to decide on general policy on monetary affairs, and at least once a week to evaluate policy implementation or to decide on other strategic and principle policy. The Board’s decision making process puts emphasis on deliberations - to reach - agreement. When deliberations fail to produce an agreement, the Governor will exercise his authority to decide for the Board.

:: Board of Governors Profile

   Senior Deputy Governor :
        Darmin Nasution                             
   Deputy Governor :
        Hartadi A. Sarwono
        Deputy Governor :
        Siti Ch. Fadjrijah
   Deputy Governor :
        S. Budi Rochadi          
        Deputy Governor :
        Muliaman D. Hadad
   Deputy Governor :
        Ardhayadi          
        Deputy Governor :
        Budi Mulya


Iran:    The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran

http://www.cbi.ir/simplelist/1389.aspx

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Executive Board

The Executive Board of the Bank shall consist of a Governor, a Deputy Governor, a Secretary General, and three Vice Governors.

The Executive Board consists of the following members:
»    Mahmud Bahmani, Governor  
»    Seyed Hamid Pour Mohammadi, Deputy Governor  
»    Seyed Mahmoud Ahmadi, Secretary General  
»    Hossein Ghazavi, Vice Governor (Economic Affairs)  
»    Hamid Borhani, Vice Governor (Foreign Exchange Affairs)  
»    Bahman Mesgarha, Vice Governor (Administrative & Training Affairs)



Iraq:    Central Bank of Iraq

http://www.cbi.iq/

 
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Governor
Sinan Al-Shabibi

    * Consultant on Trade, Debt and Finance.
    * Was until retirement a Senior economist at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
    * Undertaken research on Financial flows, Economics of disarmament, Balance of Payments, External debt, Globalisation, and the Iraqi Economy.
    * Managed projects for the implementation of policy, analytical and institutional aspects of debt management including the implementation of UNCTAD's Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS) in several Arab countries. Familiar with the macroeconomic and operational aspects of the "Debt Sustainability Model (DSM)" of the World Bank, and with the HIPC initiative.
    * Coordinated UNCTAD's work on OPEC financial flows to other developing countries resulting in the production of numerous reports on the subject.
    * High-level contacts with Government Officials especially in the Arab region.
    * Delivered numerous lectures and talks on the "Economic Prospects of the Iraqi Economy" in many international forums.
    * Extensive travel experience in connection with work on debt management, OPEC Financial Flows and the work on the Iraqi economy.

Academic Qualification

    * 1966 Baghdad University, College of Economics and Political Sciences, B.Sc. (Economics), First Class Honour
    * 1970 University of Manchester, Diploma in Advanced Studies (Economic Development)
    * 1971 University of Manchester, M.A. (Economics), Department of Econometrics
    * 1975 (March) University of Bristol, England, Ph.D. (Economics), Department of Economics

Experience and Career

    * United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
      December 1980 - Oct. 2001
    * Ministry of Planning, Iraq
      Chief, Plan Preparation and Co-ordination Division
      April 1977 - December 1980
    * Ministry of Oil, Iraq:
      Head Importation and Marketing Section
      May 1975 - March 1977

Teaching Experience

    * 1994-2000
      Geneva University
      School of Translation and Interpretation (Arabic Language Unit)
      - Introductory Economics and International Economics (in Arabic).
    * 1989 (Oct.-Dec.) & 1990 (May-July)
      Webster University, Geneva.
      -Statistics and Introductory Econometrics to MBA students.
    * 1979-1980
      Baghdad University, Iraq
      Regional and Urban Planning Centre
      -Delivered lectures on "Economic Planning" to M.Sc. students.
      -Participation in the examination of MA dissertations.
    * 1975- 1976
      Mustansiryah University, Iraq
      College of Administration and Economics
      -Introductory Econometrics to B.Sc. students.
    * 1966-1968
      Demonstrator, Statistics Department
      College of Economics and Political Sciences
      Baghdad University, Iraq

Areas of Specialization

    * Econometric Model-Building
    * External debt management, with emphasis on macroeconomic and analytical aspects
    * Debt Sustainability Analysis
    * Analysis of Balance of Payments
    * Financial Flows from OPEC countries, especially from Arab Financial Institutions
    * The economics of petroleum and energy
    * The development problems of Arab countries and the Middle East region in general
    * Development implications of trade and financial Globalization

Publications

    * "Globalisation of Finance: Implications for macroeconomic policies and debt management", March 2001, Paper presented to a conference on "Globalization and the Gulf organized by the institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, England, 2-4 July 2001.
    * "Prospects for the Iraqi Economy: Facing the new reality". Paper presented to a conference on "The Future of Iraq", organized by the Middle East Institute, Washington. The paper was published in a book with the same title in November 1997 and reprinted in the UNCTAD secretariat. It deals with the effect of sanctions, debt, and war reparations on the future prospects of the Iraqi economy.
    * "The Arab share in OPEC Aid: Some related facts" in Arabic, in Al-Mustaqbal Al-Arabi, Centre of Arab Unity Studies, Beirut, September 1988.
    * "OPEC Aid, Issues and Performance" in the OPEC review, Vienna, spring 1987.

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Ireland:    Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland

http://www.centralbank.ie/frame_main.as ... bt_nav.asp

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Organisational Chart as of January 2010
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PATRICK HONOHAN, Governor    
TONY GRIMES, Director General
DAVID BEGG   
GERARD DANAHER   
DAVID DOYLE
JOHN DUNNE   
JIM FARRELL   
ALAN GRAY
DR. BRIAN HILLERY   
MATTHEW ELDERFIELD   
DEIRDRE PURCELL
DERMOT O'BRIEN
BRIAN HALPIN, Secretary



Israel:    Bank of Israel

http://www.bankisrael.gov.il/abeng/abeng.htm

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Governor of the Bank of Israel:
Prof. Stanley Fischer*
Tel: 02-655-2701; Fax: 02-652-8419;
   Chief of Staff to the Governor: Mr. Eddy Azoulay
   Tel: 02-6552563; Fax: 02-6535160; email: mishne@boi.gov.il
Director General: Mr. Hezi (Ezekiel) Kalo*
Tel: 02-6552711; Fax: 02-6669027; email: karnit.flug@boi.org.il
Supervisor of Banks; Director of Bank Supervision Department: Mr. Rony Hizkiyahu*
Jerusalem: Tel: 02-6552401; Fax: 02-6669590; email: b_topf@boi.gov.il
Director, Information and Statistics Department: Mr. Tsahi Frankovits*
Tel: 02-6552734; Fax: 02-6669734; email: david.tobias@boi.org.il
Director, Human Resources and Administration Department: Mr. Raphael Lankri*
Tel: 02-6552921; Fax: 02-6552916; email: akoffen@bankisrael.gov.il
 
*Member of Management
 
 
Internal Auditor and Ombudsperson; Head of Internal Audit: Shula Mishli C.P.A (ISR)
Tel: 02-6552750; Fax: 02-6552163; email: rafil@boi.gov.il
Head of Currency Department: Mr. Mordechai Fein
Tel: 02-6552860; Fax: 02-6552743; email: ohadb@bankisrael.gov.il
Spokesperson and Head of Economic Information: Dr. Yossi Saadon
Tel: 02-6552712; Fax: 02-6528812; email: h_darsh@boi.gov.il



Italy:    Bank of Italy

http://www.bancaditalia.it/bancaditalia/direttorio

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Members of the Governing Board - Directorate
# Mario Draghi
Governor
# Fabrizio Saccomanni
Director General
# Ignazio Visco
Deputy Director General
# Giovanni Carosio
Deputy Director General
# Anna Maria Tarantola
Deputy Director General


Jamaica:    Bank of Jamaica

http://www.boj.org.jm/

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Board of Directors
Mr. Brian Wynter
Governor & Chairman
Mrs. Audrey Anderson, C. D.
Deputy Chairman    
Mr. Rohan Barnett
Dr. Wesley Hughes, C. D.    
Mr. Mark Myers

Governor of the Bank of Jamaica

Brian Wynter, was appointed Governor of the Bank of Jamaica as of 23 November 2009. As Governor, he is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank.

Born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1959, Mr. Wynter graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in 1981 with a BSc (Economics) honours degree. He received the Graduate Diploma in Law from The City University, London and was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1983 after completing the professional qualifying examinations at the Inns of Court School of Law, London. He was enrolled as an attorney in the Supreme Court of Judicature, Jamaica in 1990. Mr. Wynter is also the holder of a masters degree specialising in international economics from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, New York, which he received in 1985.

Before returning to Jamaica in 1988, Mr. Wynter worked with Chase Investment Bank and Schroder Wertheim International Company, both in New York. In Jamaica, he first worked with National investment Bank of Jamaica (NIBJ) as Director of Investment, next with Mutual Security Merchant Bank as Senior General Manager before moving in 1991 to Citibank, NA, where he spent the next four years as Vice President.

Mr. Wynter was Deputy Governor of the Bank of Jamaica, with responsibility for Banking and Market Operations, from September 1995 until his appointment as Technical Advisor to the Minister of Finance in November 1999. In August 2001, Mr. Wynter was appointed the first Executive Director of the then newly-established Financial Services Commission and served in that capacity until December 2007 when he left to join the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) in Barbados as Capital Markets/Financial Sector Advisor.



Japan:    Bank of Japan
http://www.boj.or.jp/en/type/list/pb_me ... rakawa.htm

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Governor
Mr. Masaaki Shirakawa   Biography

Date of Birth:   September 27, 1949
Education:   1972, B.A. in Economics, The University of Tokyo
1977, M.A. in Economics, University of Chicago
Apr. 1972   Joined the Bank of Japan
May 1990   Director, Head of Financial System Division Financial and Payment System Office
May 1993    Director, Head of Planning Division Policy Planning Office
May 1994   General Manager, Oita Branch
Dec. 1995    General Manager for the Americas
Aug. 1996    Deputy Director-General Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies
Feb. 1997    Deputy Director-General International Department
Dec. 1997    Adviser to the Governor Credit and Market Management Department
Apr. 1998    Adviser to the Governor, Financial Markets Department
June 2000   Adviser to the Governor, Policy Planning Office
July 2002    Executive Director
July 2006   Professor, Kyoto University School of Government
Mar. 2008    Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan
Apr. 9, 2008    present position

Deputy Governors
Mr. Hirohide Yamaguchi

Biography

Date of Birth:   March 6, 1951
Education:   1974, BA in Economics, The University of Tokyo

Apr. 1974   Joined the Bank of Japan
Apr. 1992   Director, Head of Price Statistics Division, Research and Statistics Department
May 1993   Director, Head of Credit and Market Division, Osaka Branch
May 1995   Director, Head of Bank Relations Division, Credit and Market Management Department
May 1996   General Manager, Takamatsu Branch
May 1998   Deputy Director-General, Budget and Management Office
July 2004   Director-General, Monetary Affairs Department
Feb. 2006   Executive Director
Oct. 27, 2008   present position



Mr. Kiyohiko G. Nishimura   Biography

Date of Birth:   March 30, 1953
Education:   1975, B.A. in Economics, The University of Tokyo
1977, M.A. in Economics, The University of Tokyo
1982, Ph. D. in Economics, Yale University

Sep. 1981   Arthur M. Okun Memorial Research Fellow, Economic Studies Program, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.,U.S.A.
Jan. 1983   Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo
Nov. 1994    Professor, The University of Tokyo
Oct. 2003   Executive Research Fellow, ESRI, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
Professor, Graduate School of Economics, The University of Tokyo
Apr. 2005   Member of the Policy Board, Bank of Japan
Mar. 20, 2008    present position

Members of the Policy Board

Governor of the Bank of Japan    Masaaki Shirakawa    Apr. 9, 2008
Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan    Hirohide Yamaguchi    Oct. 27, 2008
Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan    Kiyohiko G. Nishimura    Mar. 20, 2008
Member of the Policy Board    Miyako Suda    Apr. 1, 2006
Member of the Policy Board    Tadao Noda    Jun. 17, 2006
Member of the Policy Board    Seiji Nakamura    Apr. 5, 2007
Member of the Policy Board    Hidetoshi Kamezaki    Apr. 5, 2007
Member of the Policy Board    Ryuzo Miyao    Mar. 26, 2010


Jordan:    Central Bank of Jordan

http://www.cbj.gov.jo/pages.php?menu_id ... chname=CBJ

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Dr. Umayya Salah Toukan

Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan


Dr. Toukan was born in Amman and completed his undergraduate and MBA studies at the American University of Beirut. His career started at the Central Bank of Jordan in 1967 where, after few years, he completed further postgraduate studies in Economic Development at Oxford University.

Dr. Toukan completed his doctoral studies at Columbia University in the City of New York and his doctoral dissertation was in the area of monetary economics (Money and Financial Markets).The dissertation addressed the impact of monetary policy on the foreign exchange holdings of the banking system in Jordan, i.e., the feedback between domestic economic activity and the external sector of the economy.

Dr. Toukan served his country in several capacities including the post of Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister of Jordan, Head of the Economic Research Department at the Central Bank of Jordan, and CEO of the Stock Exchange in Jordan.

On the regional level, Dr. Toukan held the post of Senior Economist at the Arab Monetary Fund in Abu Dhabi during 1989-1991.

On the international level, Dr. Toukan represented his country at the United Nations in New York (Economic and Financial Committee) during the period 1973 - 1978 and as Ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Belgium, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the European Union for the period 1996 - 2000.

Dr. Toukan was appointed Governor of the Central Bank of Jordan as of January 1, 2001 for a five year term and was reappointed for a second term starting January 1, 2006.

Dr. Toukan is married to Lina Izziddine Mufti who holds a Ph.D. in International Law.

Decorations

The Jordanian Grand Order of Al-Istiklal (Independence) 1995.

The Jordanian Grand Order of Al-Kawkab 2001.

Belgian Grand Cross, Order of the Crown, 2001.
   




Kazakhstan:    National Bank of Kazakhstan

http://www.nationalbank.kz/?docid=1

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Council of Directors of the National Bank of Kazakhstan

     

1.
   

 Marchenko Grigoriy Aleksandrovich
   

 - Governor of the NBK

2.
   

 Akishev Daniyar Talgatovich
   

 - Deputy Governor of the NBK

3.
   

 Alzhanov Batyrbek Asylbekovich
   

 - Deputy Governor of the NBK

4.
   

 Galiyeva Dina Tuleubekovna
   

 - Deputy Governor of the NBK

5.
   

 Tadzhiyakov Bisengaly Shamgalievich
   

 - Deputy Governor of the NBK

6.
   

 Yuri V. Gerasimenko
   

 - Director of Monetary Operations Departament  

7.
   

 Natalya N. Dyugay
   

 - Director of the Balance of Payments and
   Currency Regulation Department

8.
   

 Erulan K. Zhamaubaev
   

 - Director of the Department of coordination (Astana city)

9.
   

 Yuri V. Martyushev
   

 - Director of the Personnel Department

10.
   

 Sergey N. Molchanov
   

 - Director of the Information Technologies
   Department

11.
   

 Ruslan N.Musaev
   

 - Director of the Payment Systems Department

12.
   

 Alexandr L. Terentyev
   

 - Director of the Department of Organizational Work, External and Public Relations

13.
   

 Gulfairus Zh. Shaikakova
   

 - Director of the Research and Statistics Department

14.
   

 Nurtai T. Shalgimbayeva
   

 - Director of the Accounting Department

15.
   

 Gaziz B. Shegenov
   

 - Director of the Cash Management Department

16.
   

 Askar K. Urtembaev
   

 - Director of Legal Department

Kenya:    Central Bank of Kenya

http://www.centralbank.go.ke/about/default.aspx

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Governor
Prof. Njuguna S. Ndung'u was appointed to be the Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya with effect from March 4, 2007. Prof Ndung'u is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Nairobi and holds a PhD in economics from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and master's and bachelor's degrees in economics from the University of Nairobi.

Prior to his appointment as Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, Prof. Ndung'u was the Director of Training at the African Economic Research Consortium. He has lectured in advanced economic theory and econometrics at the University of Nairobi, where he earned the title of Associate Professor of Economics. He also worked as the Regional Programme Specialist for the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office, Nairobi, of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada; and at the Kenya Institute of Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) as a Principal Analyst/Researcher and Head of the Macroeconomic and Economic Modelling Division.

Prof. Ndung'u has had extensive research and teaching work in various fields of economics, including macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics and poverty reduction. A long-time researcher and trainer with the AERC and MEFMI network, he has published in international journals as well as chapters in various books on economic policy issues, inflation, interest rate and exchange rate issues, financial management, public sector growth, external debt, financial liberalization in Anglophone Africa, structural adjustment, as well as on employment and labour market issues.

Deputy Govenor

Dr. Hezron Nyangito was appointed Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya on 8th September, 2008. He holds a PhD Degree (Agricultural and Development Economics, 1992) from the University of Tennessee, USA, M.Sc. (Agricultural Economics, 1985) and B.Sc. (Agriculture, 1983) from the University of Nairobi.

Prior to his appointment as Deputy Governor, Dr. Nyangito was Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health from 2005 where he was the accounting and authorizing officer responsible for overall policy formulation and implementation of the health sector. Dr. Nyangito held various positions at the Kenya Institute of Public Policy, Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) from 1999 to 2003 before he became Executive Director in 2004 responsible for overall administration of economic policy analysis and research programs at the Institute. He also served from 1996 to 1999 as Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR) and was responsible for directing policy research and analysis in agriculture and rural development issues at the Institute. He was at the University of Nairobi, Department of Agricultural Economics from 1987 to 1995 where he rose to the rank of Senior Lecturer. He undertook research and lectured in development economics, microeconomics, policy analysis, marketing and agricultural finance at the University. From 1985 to 1986 he served as Planning Officer in the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development.

Dr Nyangito has extensive experience in economic policy research and analysis, focusing on development economics related issues with particular emphasis on agriculture, international trade and rural development. He has been a consultant to World Bank, World Trade Organization (WTO) and African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) among other organizations. He has published widely in various fora including peer reviewed journals and reports; chapters in published books; published discussions; policy and occasional papers; research, working, conference and workshop papers; and consultant reports.

Director, Governors' Office

Kennedy Kaunda Abuga, Director, Governors’ Office was born on 29th May, 1965. He is a lawyer by profession and was admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya on 18th January, 1991. He holds LLB (Hons) Degree from the University of Nairobi, Diploma in Legal Studies from Kenya School of Law, Diploma in Mortgage Lending from the Chartered Institute of Bankers, London and Diploma in Banking. He is a duly qualified Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB), London. Mr. Abuga also holds a BSc Degree in Financial Services from the University of Manchester’s Institute of Science and Technology and is a Certified Public Secretary (CPSK).

Mr. Abuga joined the Bank on 28th February, 2005 as a Senior Manager, Legal Services. He was appointed Board Secretary on 17th December, 2007 and Director, Governor’s Office on 7th April, 2008. A practicing Seventh Day Adventist, Mr. Abuga had previously practiced law with the firm of Salim Dhanji and Company Advocates. He also worked at the Co - operative Bank of Kenya as Senior Legal Manager.
Director, Finance, Resource Planning & Strategic Management

Mr. Aggrey Jonathan K. Bett, Director, Finance, Resource Planning & Strategic Management Department was born in 1956. He holds a B.Comm. Accounting & Commerce) degree from the University of Nairobi. He is a professional accountant having qualified as Certified Public Accountant, CPA (K) in 1986.

He joined the Central Bank of Kenya in May 1992 and rose to be Principal, Management Accounts, Finance Department in 1993 and later worked in the Banking Department for a short stint in 1996 in the same capacity. Prior to his appointment with the Bank, Mr. Bett had worked in various accounting positions with various organizations including: Sterling Winthrop as management accountant between 1990 and 1992; Kenya Shell Ltd as internal auditor and treasury accountant between 1986 and 1990; and Kenya Ports Authority as internal auditor between 1983 to 1986.

Mr. Bett has also, on secondment from the Central Bank, worked with the Treasury as head of Debt Management Division from 1996 - 2000. While at the Treasury, Mr. Bett was responsible for all aspects of public debt management including accounting, monitoring, and analysis and policy formulation. Upon return to the Bank in 2001, he was posted to Finance Department as Director and later to Banking Services & NPS Department in 2004 in the same capacity.

In the Finance, Resource Planning and Strategic Management portfolio, Mr. Bett manages Financial and Management Accounts Divisions of the Bank. The Department is responsible for all the accounting functions of the Bank. Mr. Bett is also in charge of preparation and monitoring the Budget and the Bank’s Strategic planning.
Director, Bank Supervision Department

Mr. Fredrick Pere, Director, Bank Supervision Department was born on 31st July 1955. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Nairobi.

Before joining the Bank in 1984, he served as an Assistant Auditor in the Office of Controller and Auditor General and as an Assistant Accountant at the Kenya Reinsurance Corporation. He joined the Bank on 6th August 1984 and was posted to Bank Supervision Department.. He worked as a Statutory Manager and Liquidation Agent from 1994 to 1996.

Mr. Pere served as an Assistant Branch Manager in Kisumu and Mombasa branch. He was promoted to Senior Manager in 1998 and posted back to Bank Supervision Department in 1999. Mr. Pere was transferred to Currency Department in 2003. In 2004 he was transferred back to Bank Supervision Department as a Deputy Director where he served until his appointment as Director.

Director, Human Resources and Administration Department

Mr. Peter Rotich , Director, Human Resources & Administration Department was born on 10th July, 1957. He is a Bachelor of Commerce graduate from the University of Nairobi and Certified Public Accountant (K). Mr. Rotich joined the Central Bank of Kenya on 1st July, 1987.

He had previously worked with Agricultural Development Corporation and Kenya Breweries Ltd as an Accountant. Since joining the Bank, Mr. Rotich has worked in various departments including Accounts Division, National Debt Registry, Kisumu Branch as Assistant Branch Manager and Eldoret Branch as Branch Manager. As Director of Human Resources & Administration Department, Mr. Rotich is in-charge of HR Policy design, HR System design, HR Change management, HR Development and Staff Clinics

Director,Monetary Operations & Debt Management

Mr. Jackson M. Kitili, the Director,Monetary Operations & Debt Management Department, was born on18th August 1955. He holds an MA (Development Economics) degree from Williams College, USA and BA (Economics) from University of Nairobi.

Before joining the Central Bank of Kenya on 3rd September 1984, Mr. Kitili worked as an economist in the then Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning for five years. Since joining the Central Bank he has risen through the ranks and has worked in different departments including Research, Administration, Deposit Protection Fund Board, Bank Supervision and International Relation and Regional Co-operation Department. He has served as a member of National Task Forces on Anti Money Laundering and on Micro finance whose main tasks were, inter alia, development of the Anti Money Laundering and Micro finance legislations.

Monetary Operations and Debt Management Department is mandated with managing the government's domestic debt through issuing and redeeming of short and long term government debt instruments. The Department is also responsible for promoting and deepening of domestic Financial Markets via trading of government's securities

Director Banking, National Payments Systems

Mr. Gerald Arita Nyaoma, Director Banking, National Payments Systems, External Payments & Reserve Management Department was born on October 7, 1964. He holds M. Phil. (Econ.) degree from the University of Cambridge and BA (first class honours degree in Economics) from University of Nairobi. He professionally qualified as CPA (K) in 1997, CPS (K) in 1999 and Associate of the Kenya Institute of Bankers (AKIB) in 2001.

Mr. Nyaoma joined the Central Bank of Kenya on August 10, 1988 and worked in various offices and has served as the Acting Director, Internal Audit Department and Director, Banking Supervision

Department. His Department is responsible for provision of domestic banking services to the Government and commercial banks; development and modernisation of National Payment Systems; Management of Foreign Reserves and External Payments.

Director of Internal Audit and Risk Management

Mr. William Nyagaka, Director of Internal Audit and Risk Management Department, was born in February 1965. He is a Bachelor of Commerce graduate from the University of Nairobi and Certified Public Accountant (K).

Mr. Nyagaka joined the Central Bank of Kenya on 3rd May, 1994. He had previously worked with The Office of the Controller & Auditor General as Auditor and Kenya Power andLighting Co. Ltd as an Accountant. Since joining the Bank, Mr. Nyagaka has worked in various departments including Accounts Division, Banking, National Debt Registry and Bank Supervision. Mr. Nyagaka has also served as Statutory Manager for Reliance Bank ltd and worked, on secondment from the Bank, with Kenya Revenue Authority in 1995 during its formative stages. Internal Audit and Risk Management Department provides the Board and Management with an independent source of assurance regarding internal controls and management of risk in the Bank.

Director, Deposit Protection Fund Board

Ms Rose Alex Detho, Director, Deposit Protection Fund Board, was born on 2nd June 1960. She holds an MBA and B Comm. from the University of Nairobi.

Ms Detho joined Central Bank of Kenya on 10th August 1988. Since joining the Bank, Ms. Detho has worked as a Bank Examiner and Financial Analyst in Bank Supervision Department. She has served on several occasions as Statutory Manager, appointed by the Bank, to manage financially distressed institutions. She was also seconded to Deposit Protection Fund Board in her capacity as Liquidation Agent of a number of failed institutions. She once deputized the Receiver, Grand Regency Hotel, which was under the receivership of CBK.

Ms Detho was appointed Director, Deposit Protection Fund Board, on 27th August 2009. Prior to her appointment, she was Director, Bank Supervision Department.

Director, Department of Estates, Supplies and Transport (DEST)

Cassian Juma Nyanjwa, Director, Department of Estates, Supplies and Transport, was born on 19th December 1954. He holds an MA (Economics) from Boston University (USA).

Before joining the Bank , he had served as a Planning Officer with the Ministry of Finance and Planning between 1979 and 1984. He joined the Bank as a Research Officer (Economist), rising to the level of Senior Research Officer in 1989 before moving to Bank Supervision Department as a Senior Assistant Manager between 1997 and 2002. He rose to the position of Manager. In 2005, Mr. Nyanjwa was promoted to Senior Manager, Rural Finance Development Department where he served for two years. In 2006, he was transfered back to Bank Supervision Department as the Assistant Director, a position he held until August 2009 when he was appointed Director, DEST.

Director, Currency Operations & Branch Administration

James Teko Lopoyetum, Director, Currency Operations & Branch Administration Department was born on June 1957. He holds an MA (Economics) degree, BA (Economics) degree and Diploma in Public Administration respectively from University of Jabalpur, India.

Mr. Lopoyetum joined the Central Bank of Kenya on 1st August, 1984. Before joining the Bank, Mr. Lopoyetum had worked with Kerio Valley Development Authority as Budget & Transport Officer for two years.

Since joining the Bank, Mr. Lopoyetum has worked in various offices and has served as Branch Manager, Kisumu & Eldoret Branches. He was appointed Director, Currency Operations & Branch Administration (Mombasa, Kisumu and Eldoret Branches) on 18th September, 2008.

His Department is responsible for issuing and storage of currency notes and coins.

Director, Research

Charles Gitari Koori was born on 4th September, 1958. He holds an MA degree (Economics, 1984) degree and BA degree (Economics, 1981) from the University of Nairobi.

Mr. Koori joined the Central Bank of Kenya on 1st August, 1984 and served in various capacities in the Research Department until his secondment as an economist, on 9th August, 2004 from the Central Bank of Kenya, to the Office of the IMF Senior Resident Representative (Nairobi).

Mr. Koori was appointed Director of Research on 22nd October, 2008. His Department is responsible for economic analysis, formulating and implementing sound economic and monetary policies.

Executive Director, Kenya School of Monetary Studies,

Prof. Kinandu Muragu (PhD) Professor Kinandu Muragu joined Central Bank of Kenya as Executive Director, Kenya School of Monetary Studies on May 02, 2008. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) degree, an MBA (Finance & Accounting) from the University of Nairobi and a PhD (Finance) from the University of Glasgow, UK. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Certified Accountants of Kenya (FCPA).

Before joining the School, Prof. Muragu worked under the sponsorship of the World Bank as the Projects Coordinator for the 19 Donor-funded Education Sector Development Programme in the Kingdom of Lesotho. He was responsible for creation of the e-governance system for the education sector that enabled him participate in the implementation of the e-schools project in Lesotho and thereafter follow progress of the initiative across the continent. He has consulted for a variety of international organizations such as the World Bank, World Food Programme and UNICEF. He has also held the position of Dean of Finance and Administration and Chief Finance Officer at the United States International University-Africa where he was also Associate Professor of Finance.

Prof. Muragu has also carried out consulting assignments in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Swaziland as a Senior Consultant for the Eastern and Southern African Institute (ESAMI), one of Africa's top management institutes. Before joining ESAMI, he had lectured at the University of Nairobi for 10 years rising to be a senior lecturer in the Department of Accounting and Finance. Prof. Muragu had his basic accountancy training at Delloite and Touche and later at Pricewaterhouse and Nyaga Associates. As Executive Director of the School, Prof. Kinandu is charged with providing overall intellectual & professional leadership as well as guidance to fulfil the Vision, Mission and aspirations of the School.


Board of Directors
Prof. Njuguna Ndung'u, Governor and Chairman
    Dr. Hezron Nyangito, Deputy Governor and Deputy Chairman of the Board
   Mr.Kennedy Abuga, Director, Governors' Department and Secretary of the Board
   Joseph Kinyua, PS Treasury, Member
   Dr. William Otiende Ogara, Member
    Nicholas Nesbitt, Member
   Agnes Wanjiru, Member
   Wanza Kioko, Member



Korea:    Bank of Korea

http://eng.bok.or.kr/

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Monetary Policy Commitee

    * Position
    * Name
    * Tenure

        * Chairman
        * Lee, Seongtae
        * career background
        * Apr. 01, 2006 - Mar. 31, 2010

    Lee, Seongtae Lee, Seongtae

    Date of Birth
        June 20,1945

    Education

        Feb. 1968 |

        Seoul National University(B.A. in Business Administration)

        Aug. 1988 |

        Univ. of Illinois, U.S.A.(M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        Jan. 1968 |

        Joined The Bank of Korea

        May. 1981 |

        Chief, Monetary Policy Department

        Jun. 1983 |

        Chief, Research Department

        Jun. 1986 |

        Deputy Director, Research Department

        Mar. 1989 |

        Deputy General Manager, Pusan Branch

        Mar. 1991 |

        Deputy Director, Monetary Policy Department

        Mar. 1994 |

        General Manager, Changwon Branch

        May. 1995 |

        Director, Public Information Department

        Mar. 1996 |

        Director, Support Services & Properties Department

        Mar. 1997 |

        Director, Budget & Management Department

        May. 1998 |

        Director, Research Department

        May. 2000 |

        Deputy Governor

        May. 2003 |

        Senior Deputy Governor

        Jan. 2004 |

        Senior Deputy Governor, Member of the Monetary Policy Committee

        Apr. 2006 |

        Governor, The Bank of Korea

        * Member
        * Shim, Hoon
        * career background
        * Apr. 08, 2006 - Apr. 07, 2010

    Shim, Hoon Shim, Hoon

    Date of Birth
        September 23, 1941

    Education

        Fed. 1966 |

        Seoul National University, Korea (B.A. in Economics)

        Jun. 1987 |

        Yale University, U.S.A. (M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        Feb. 1966 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Jun. 1971 |

        Economist, Research Department

        May. 1979 |

        Senior Representative, London Representative Office

        May. 1982 |

        Deputy Director General, Research Department

        May. 1988 |

        Chief Secretary, Secretariat

        May. 1990 |

        Director General, Research Department

        Jan. 1992 |

        Director General, Monetary Policy Department

        Oct. 1992 |

        Chief Representative, New York Representative Office

        Sep. 1994 |

        Assistant Governor

        Jul. 1997 |

        Auditor

        Apr. 1998 |

        Deputy Governor

        Jul. 2000 |

        Chairman of fhe Board of the Directors and President, Pusan Bank

        Apr. 2006 |

        Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Korea

        * Member
        * Park, Bong-Heum
        * career background
        * Apr. 25. 2006 - Apr. 24. 2010

    Park, Bong-Heum Park, Bong-Heum

    Date of Birth
        October 11, 1948

    Education

        Feb. 1972 |

        Seoul National University, Korea (B.A. in Business Administration)

        Jun. 1987 |

        Duke University, U.S.A. (M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        1973 |

        Passed Higher Civil Service Examination

        Feb. 1988 |

        Director, Welfare & Consumer Division, EPB

        Mar. 1991 |

        Director, Price Policy Coordination Division, Economic Planning Board (EPB)

        Jan. 1996 |

        Director General for Economic Development Budget, Ministry of Finance and Economy (MOFE)

        Mar. 1998 |

        Director General for Budget Coordination, Office of National Budget (ONB)

        Jun. 1999 |

        Chief Commissioner for special Committee on Budget and Settlement, National Assembly

        Feb. 2000 |

        Deputy Minister for Planning and Management, MPB

        Aug. 2000 |

        Deputy Minister for Budget, MPB

        Feb. 2002 |

        Vice Minister, MPB

        Feb. 2003 |

        Minister, Ministry of Planning and Budget (MPB)

        Jan. 2004 |

        Chief Secretary to the President for National Policy, Office of President

        Apr. 2006 |

        Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Korea

        * Member
        * Kim, Dae Sik
        * career background
        * Apr. 21. 2008 - Apr. 20. 2012

    Kim, Dae Sik Kim, Dae Sik

    Date of Birth
        February 26, 1946

    Education

        1970 |

        B.A. in Economics, Yonsei University

        1976 |

        M.A. in Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara

        1979 |

        Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara

    Career

        1979 - 1982 |

        Senior Economist, The Bank of Korea

        1993 - 1996 |

        Member, Advisory Committee on Development of Tax System, Ministry of Finance, Korea

        1999 - 2001 |

        Non-Standing Board Member, Daegu Bank, Korea

        1998 - 2002 |

        Chairman, Sports-Marketing Committee, 2002 Korea-Japan World-Cup Organizing Committee

        2001 - 2003 |

        Dean, College of Political Science & Economics, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea

        2003 - 2005 |

        Dean, Graduate School, Chung-Ang University

        2005 - 2007 |

        Vice Chancellor, Chung-Ang University

        2004 - 2007 |

        Board Member, Deposit Insurance Committee, Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation, Korea

        1982 - 2008 |

        Professor, Economics Dept. Chung-Ang University

        2008 - |

        Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Korea

        * Member
        * Choi, Dosoung
        * career background
        * Apr. 21. 2008 - Apr. 20. 2012

    Choi, Dosoung Choi, Dosoung

    Date of Birth
        Octover 18, 1952

    Education

        1974 |

        B.B.A. in Business, Seoul National University

        1976 |

        MBA in Finance & Accounting, Seoul National University

        1980 |

        Ph.D. in Finance, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

    Career

        1974 - 1976 |

        The Bank of Korea

        1980 - 1981 |

        Assistant Professor of Finance, Pennsylvania State University

        1981 - 1984 |

        Assistant & Associate Professor of Finance, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

        1984 - 1985 |

        Visiting Scholar, University of Chicago

        1986 - 1994 |

        Associate Professor of Finance, State University of New York at Buffalo

        2000 - 2001 |

        President, Korea Securities Association

        2001 - 2004 |

        Commissioner, Securities and Futures Commission

        2002 - 2005 |

        Chairman, Research Committee, the Korea Corporate Governance Service

        2006 |

        President, Korea Finance Association

        2007 - 2008 |

        Director, Asian Finance Association

        2004 - 2008 |

        President, Korea Securities Research Institute

        1994 - 2008 |

        Professor of Finance, Seoul National University

        2008 - |

        Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Korea

        * Member
        * Kang, Myung Hun
        * career background
        * Apr. 21. 2008 - Apr. 20. 2012

    Kang, Myung Hun Kang, Myung Hun

    Date of Birth
        April 22, 1954

    Education

        1980 |

        B.A. in Economics, Seoul National University

        1983 |

        M.A. in Economics, State University of New York at Albany

        1984 |

        Ph.D. in Economics, State University of New York at Albany

    Career

        1990 - 1991 |

        Research Fellow, East-West Center, Honolulu

        1997 - 1998 |

        Visiting Scholar, University of California, Berkeley

        1998 - 1999 |

        Visiting Fellow, Korea Development Institute

        2005 - 2006 |

        President, The Korea Academic Society of Industrial Organization

        2004 - 2007 |

        Chairman, Advisory Committee, Korea Fair Trade Commission

        2005 - 2008 |

        Dean, College of Business & Economics, Dankook University

        2007 - 2008 |

        Advisory Committee Member, Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation

        1984 - 2008 |

        Professor, Department of Economics, Dankook University

        2008 - |

        Member, Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Korea

        * Member
        * Lee, Ju Yeol
        * career background
        * Apr. 08. 2009 - Apr. 07. 2012

    Lee, Ju Yeol Lee, Ju Yeol

    Date of Birth
        July 24, 1952

    Education

        Feb. 1977 |

        Yonsei University, Korea (B.A. in Business Management)

        Aug. 1988 |

        Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A. (M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        Feb. 1977 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Sep. 1990 |

        Chief, Economic Statistics Department

        Mar. 1991 |

        Chief, Research Department

        Mar. 1993 |

        Chief, Foreign Exchange Business Office

        Mar. 1994 |

        Chief, Research Department

        Sep. 1995 |

        Deputy Director General, Research Department

        May. 1998 |

        Director, International Economics Office

        Jun. 1999 |

        Senior Economist, New York Representative Office

        Jul. 2002 |

        Director, Overseas Economic Information Office

        May. 2003 |

        Director General, Research Department

        Mar. 2005 |

        Director General, Monetary Policy Department

        Mar. 2007 |

        Deputy Governor

        Apr. 2009 |

        Senior Deputy Governor, The Bank of Korea

At the apex of the Bank of Korea's organization is the Monetary Policy Committee. The Committee's prime function is the formulation of monetary and credit policies. In addition, the Committee deliberates and resolves on major matters concerning the operations of the Bank of Korea.

The Monetary Policy Committee is composed of seven members representing various groups in the national economy :

1) the Governor, ex-officio;
2) the Senior Deputy Governor, ex-officio;
3) one member recommended by the Minister of Strategy and Finance;
4) one member recommended by the Governor of the Bank of Korea;
5) one member recommended by the Chairman of the Financial Services Commission;
6) one member recommended by the Chairman of the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry;
7) one member recommended by the Chairman of the Korea Federation of Banks.

The members are appointed by the President for four-year terms except the Senior Deputy Governor whose term is three years and are eligible for reappointment. All members serve on a full-time basis and no member may be discharged from office against his or her will. The Governor serves concurrently as the Chairman of the Committee.

The Committee convenes generally on the thursdays of the second and fourth weeks of each month. Meetings of the Committee may also be called by the Chairman when he or she considers this necessary or when at least two members so request.

Resolutions at a Monetary Policy Committee meeting are adopted by simple majority when there are at least five members present. Any member may submit a proposal with the concurrence of at least one other member. The Chairman, however, can submit a proposal on his or her own motion.

The decisions of the Committee are announced immediately following the meeting on the website. The minutes of the MPC meetings on monetary policy decisions are published on the first Tuesday six weeks after the meetings.

Executive

    * Position
    * Name
    * Tenure

        * Governor
        * Lee, Seongtae
        * career background
        * Apr. 01, 2006 - Mar. 31, 2010

    Lee, Seongtae Lee, Seongtae

    Date of Birth
        June 20,1945

    Education

        Feb. 1968 |

        Seoul National University(B.A. in Business Administration)

        Aug. 1988 |

        Univ. of Illinois, U.S.A.(M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        Jan. 1968 |

        Joined The Bank of Korea

        May. 1981 |

        Chief, Monetary Policy Department

        Jun. 1983 |

        Chief, Research Department

        Jun. 1986 |

        Deputy Director, Research Department

        Mar. 1989 |

        Deputy General Manager, Pusan Branch

        Mar. 1991 |

        Deputy Director, Monetary Policy Department

        Mar. 1994 |

        General Manager, Changwon Branch

        May. 1995 |

        Director, Public Information Department

        Mar. 1996 |

        Director, Support Services & Properties Department

        Mar. 1997 |

        Director, Budget & Management Department

        May. 1998 |

        Director, Research Department

        May. 2000 |

        Deputy Governor

        May. 2003 |

        Senior Deputy Governor

        Jan. 2004 |

        Senior Deputy Governor, Member of the Monetary Policy Committee

        Apr. 2006 |

        Governor, The Bank of Korea

        * Senior Deputy Governor
        * Lee, Ju Yeol
        * career background
        * Apr. 08. 2009 - Apr. 07. 2012

    Lee, Ju Yeol Lee, Ju Yeol

    Date of Birth
        July 24, 1952

    Education

        Feb. 1977 |

        Yonsei University, Korea (B.A. in Business Management)

        Aug. 1988 |

        Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A. (M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        Feb. 1977 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Sep. 1990 |

        Chief, Economic Statistics Department

        Mar. 1991 |

        Chief, Research Department

        Mar. 1993 |

        Chief, Foreign Exchange Business Office

        Mar. 1994 |

        Chief, Research Department

        Sep. 1995 |

        Deputy Director General, Research Department

        May. 1998 |

        Director, International Economics Office

        Jun. 1999 |

        Senior Economist, New York Representative Office

        Jul. 2002 |

        Director, Overseas Economic Information Office

        May. 2003 |

        Director General, Research Department

        Mar. 2005 |

        Director General, Monetary Policy Department

        Mar. 2007 |

        Deputy Governor

        Apr. 2009 |

        Senior Deputy Governor, The Bank of Korea

        * Deputy Governor
        * Song, Chang-Hun
        * career background
        * Apr. 12. 2007- Apr. 11. 2010

    Song, Chang-Hun Song, Chang-Hun

    Date of Birth
        January 8, 1951

    Education

        Feb. 1973 |

        Seoul National University, Korea (Law)

        Jun. 1988 |

        University of Oregon, U.S.A. (M.A. in Economics)

    Career

        Mar. 1973 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Mar. 1990 |

        Chief, General Affairs Department

        Sep. 1992 |

        Chief, Financial Markets Department

        Sep. 1994 |

        Sent to International Training

        Mar. 1995 |

        Deputy Director General, International Department

        Apr. 1997 |

        Deputy Chief Representative, London Representative Office

        Jun. 2000 |

        Deputy General Manager, Busan Branch

        Apr. 2001 |

        Deputy Director General, International Department

        Feb. 2002 |

        Sent to Korea National Defence University

        May. 2003 |

        Director General, Budget & Management Department

        Mar. 2005 |

        Chief Secretary, Secretariat

        Aug. 2006 |

        Director General, General Affairs Department

        Apr. 2007 |

        Deputy Governor

        * Deputy Governor
        * Rhee, Gwang-Ju
        * career background
        * Apr. 12. 2007- Apr. 11. 2010

    Rhee, Gwang-Ju Rhee, Gwang-Ju

    Date of Birth
        August 8, 1951

    Education

        Feb. 1975 |

        Yonsei University, Korea (Economics)

        Aug. 1989 |

        University of Southern California, U.S.A. (Ph.D in Economics)

    Career

        Feb. 1975 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Mar. 1992 |

        Senior Economist, Institute for Monetary & Economic Research

        Sep. 1993 |

        Sent to Korea Banking Institute

        Mar. 1996 |

        Senior Manager, Institute for Monetary & Economic Research

        Sep.1997 |

        Deputy Director General, Monetary Policy Department

        May.1998 |

        Deputy Director General & Director, Monetary Policy Department

        May.2000 |

        Sent to Korea Institute of Finance

        Apr. 2001 |

        Head, Monetary Studies Team, Institute for Monetary & Economic Research

        May.2002 |

        Chair, Beijing Representative Office Opening Committee

        Oct. 2003 |

        Chief Representative, Beijing Representative Office

        Apr. 2004 |

        Director General, International Department

        Feb.2006 ~ Feb.2007 |

        Vice President, The Korean Economic Association

        Apr. 2007 |

        Deputy Governor

        * Deputy Governor
        * Kim, Jae-Chun
        * career background
        * Apr. 26. 2009 - Apr. 25. 2012

    Kim, Jae-Chun Kim, Jae-Chun

    Date of Birth
        December 20, 1953

    Education

        Feb. 1977 |

        B.A., Economics, Seoul National University, Korea

        Aug. 1985 |

        Ph.D., Economics, University of Hawaii at Honolulu, U.S.A.

    Career

        Feb. 1977 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Jul. 1985 |

        Economist, Research Dept.

        Mar. 1997 |

        Deputy Director, Secretariat

        May. 1998 |

        Deputy Director General, Monetary Policy Dept.

        May. 1999 |

        Head, Monetary Policy Planning & Coordination Team, Monetary Policy Dept.

        Jun. 2002 |

        Deputy Chief Representative, New York Representative Office

        Mar. 2004 |

        Director General, Financial Markets Dept.

        Mar. 2005 |

        Director General, Research Dept.

        Apr. 2009 |

        Deputy Governor

        * Deputy Governor
        * Jang, Byung-Wha
        * career background
        * Apr. 26. 2009 - Apr. 25. 2012

    Jang, Byung-Wha Jang, Byung-Wha

    Date of Birth
        July 8, 1954

    Education

        Feb. 1977 |

        B.A., Economics, Seoul National University, Korea

        May 1989 |

        M.A., Economics, Indiana University, U.S.A.

    Career

        Feb. 1977 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Apr. 1984 |

        Economist, Research Dept.

        Mar. 1985 |

        Secretary to the Governor, Secretariat

        Jan. 1986 |

        Manager, Secretariat

        Jun. 1989 |

        Economist, Monetary Policy Dept.

        Mar. 1992 |

        Manager, Daegu Regional Branch

        Mar. 1993 |

        Economist, Research Dept.

        Mar. 1997 |

        Deputy Director General, Research Dept.

        May 1998 |

        Director, Economic Research Office, Research Dept.

        May 1999 |

        Head, Economic Forecast Team, Research Dept.

        May 2002 |

        Deputy Director General, Research Dept.

        May 2003 |

        Director & Chief Secretary, Secretariat

        Apr. 2005 |

        Chief Representative, London Representative Office

        Mar. 2006 |

        Director General, Financial Markets Dept.

        Mar. 2007 |

        Director General, Monetary Policy Dept.

        Apr. 2009 |

        Deputy Governor

        * Deputy Governor
        * Lee, Kwang-June
        * career background
        * Apr. 26. 2009 - Apr. 25. 2012

    Lee, Kwang-June Lee, Kwang-June

    Date of Birth
        October 18, 1952

    Education

        Feb. 1979 |

        B.A., Business Management, Yonsei University, Korea

    Career

        Jan. 1979 |

        Joined the Bank of Korea

        Mar. 1985 |

        Economist, Economic Statistics Dept.

        Nov. 1987 |

        Representative, Paris Representative Office

        Apr. 1990 |

        Economist, Research Dept.

        Mar. 1993 |

        Manager, Personnel Dept.

        Mar. 1994 |

        Economist, Economic Statistics Dept.

        Sep. 1996 |

        Manager, Budget & Management Dept.

        May 1999 |

        Sent to Korea Institute of Finance

        May 2000 |

        Principal Economist, Monetary Policy Dept.

        Apr. 2001 |

        Head, Credit & Reserves Policy Team, Monetary Policy Dept.

        Apr. 2003 |

        Deputy Director General, Budget & Management Dept.

        Apr. 2004 |

        Director, Economic Education Center

        Mar. 2005 |

        Director, Press Office

        May 2006 |

        Director General, Economic Statistics Dept.

        Aug. 2007 |

        Director General, Financial Stability Dept.

        Apr. 2009 |

        Deputy Governor

The executive of the Bank of Korea consists of executive officers and employees. The executive officers are the Governor, the Senior Deputy Governor, and the five or fewer Deputy Governors.

The Governor, appointed by the President on the deliberation of the State Council, represents the Bank. The term of office of the Governor is four years and he or she may be reappointed only once. The Governor conducts policies formulated by the Monetary Policy Committee as the chief executive officer of the Bank. He or she also keeps the Committee informed about current matters requiring its attention and provides it with materials and advice necessary for the resolution of its policies. In addition, the Governor may attend and state his or her opinion on matters related to money and credit at the State Council.

The Senior Deputy Governor assists the Governor and is appointed by the President upon the recommendation of the Governor.

The Deputy Governors are appointed by the Governor and undertake their respective duties in the manner stipulated in the Articles of Incorporation of the Bank of Korea.

Auditor

    * Position
    * Name
    * Tenure

        * Auditor
        * Kang, Tai Hyuk
        * career background
        * June 13, 2009 - June 12, 2012

    Kang, Tai Hyuk Kang, Tai Hyuk

    Date of Birth
        December 3, 1955

    Education

        Feb. 1979 |

        B.A. in Economics, Sungkyunkwan University

        Jan. 1983 |

        M.A. in Public Administration, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University

        Sep. 1996 |

        MBA, San Francisco State University

        Aug. 2007 |

        Ph. D. in Public Administration, Korea University

    Career

        1978 |

        Passed 22nd Higher Civil Service Examination (Administrative Grade)

        May 1979 |

        Ministry of Government Administration

        May 1983 |

        Transferred to Economic Planning Board

        1998 |

        Director (Construction and Transportation Budget Divison, Budget System Division, Budget Coordination Division), Ministry of Planning and Budget

        Mar. 2004 |

        Financial Consultation Officer on Balanced National Development, Financial Planning Office, Ministry of Planning and Budget

        May 2005 |

        Head of Steering Group on Digital Budget and Accounting System, Ministry of Planning and Budget

        Sep. 2006 |

        Secretary to the President for Balanced National Development, Office of the President

        Oct. 2007 |

        Head of the Public Entities Innovation Headquarter, Ministry of Planning and Budget

        Mar. 2008 |

        Assistant Chairman and Head of Steering Group, Presidential Council on National Competitiveness

        June 2009 |

        Auditor, The Bank of Korea.

The Auditor, appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Minister of Strategy and Finance, inspects the operations of the Bank and reports the results to the Monetary Policy Committee.

The Auditor prepares and submits a comprehensive audit report to the Government and Monetary Policy Committee each year. The term of the Auditor is three years and he or she may be reappointed only once.



Kuwait:    Central Bank of Kuwait

http://www.cbk.gov.kw/WWW/index.html

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Board of Directors
     Sheikh Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabah, Chairman
     Mohammed Y. Al-Hashel, Ph.D
     Khalifa M. Hamada
     Ali Abdullah Al-Baghli
     Abdul Rasoul Yousef Abulhassan
     Yousef Saleh Al-Othman
     Mohammed Ali Al-Kadi
     Fahed Mohamad Al-Rashid
     
Governor
     Sheikh Salem Abdulaziz Al-Sabah
Deputy Governor
     Dr. Mohammed Y. Al-Hashel
Executive Director, Monetary Policy
     
Executive Director, Supervision Sector
     
Executive Director, Org & Admin
     
Executive Director, Information Technology & Banking Operations Sector
     Hana A. Al-Razzouqi, Executive Director
Foreign Operations Dept.
     Basel Ahmad Al-Haroon, Manager
On-Site Supervision Dept.
     Abdlhameed D. Al-Awadh, Manager
Off-Site Supervision Dept.
     Yousef J. Alobaid, Manager
Economic Research Dept.
     Sami H. Al-Anbaee, Manager
Banking Operations Dept.
     
Information Systems & Operations Dept.
     Jafar H. Al-Hader, Manager
IT Strategic Planning Dept.
     Esam Al-Kheshnam, Manager
Human Resources Dept.
     Waleed I. Al-Khubeazi , Manager
Administrative Services Dept.
     Yousef Falah Al-Ali, Manager
Governor's Office
     Thekrayat M. Al-Theyab, Manager
Deputy Governor's Office
     Sheikh Ahmed A. Al-Sabah, Manager
Legal Office
     Dr. Mohamed Wadie Badawy, Acting Manager
Internal Audit Office
     Sheikh Mohammad S. Al-Sabah, Manager

CBK Governor's Profile

   

H.E. Sheikh Salem AbdulAziz Al-Sabah

Date of Birth: November 1, 1951

Academic Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 1977. The American University of Beirut-Lebanon

Present Positions:

Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait
and Chairman of the Board of Directors
(Since October 1, 1986)

Chairman of the Board of Directors,
Institute of Banking Studies

Alternate Governor of the State of Kuwait,
International Monetary Fund

Alternate Governor of the State of Kuwait,
Arab Monetary Fund


Current Memberships in the Following:

- The Board of Directors, Kuwait Investment Authority

- The Higher Council of Planning and Development

- The Higher Petroleum Council


Kyrgyzstan:    National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic

http://www.nbkr.kg/index.jsp?lang=ENG

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Board of the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic

 (720040, Bishkek, 101 Umetaliev Str., e-mail -  mail@nbkr.kg  
   

Suerkul Abdybaly tegin
   

NBKR Deputy Chairman
   

reception office – (996 312) 66–90-12

e-mail -  mail@nbkr.kg  
   

Zair Chokoev
   

NBKR Deputy Chairman
   

reception office – 996 312) 66-90-11

e-mail -  mail@nbkr.kg

 
   

Samat Konokbaev
   

NBKR Board Member
   

reception office – (996 312) 66–92–11  

e-mail -  mail@nbkr.kg


Latvia:    Bank of Latvia

http://www.bank.lv/eng/main/all/




Lebanon:    Central Bank of Lebanon

http://www.bdl.gov.lb/

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The Central Council

The Central Council sets the monetary and credit policies of the Bank, including money supply, and discount and lending rates. It discusses and decides, among other things, on issues concerning the banking and financial sectors, the establishment of clearing houses, the issuing of currency and on loan requests by the public sector entities. The Council decides also on the rules and procedures that govern the staff and operations of the Bank, and on its annual budget and accounts.The members of the Central Council are:

 
   

the Governor, as chairman.
   

the four Vice-Governors.
   

The Director General of the Ministry of Finance, ex officio but strictly as member of the Council.
   

the Director General of the Ministry of Economy and Trade, ex officio but strictly as a member of the Council.

 

The Council is currently composed of:

 
   

Riad T. Salameh*              
   Governor
   

Raed H. Charafeddine
   1st Vice-Governor
   

Saed Andari
   2nd Vice-Governor
   

Muhammad Baasiri
   3rd Vice-Governor
   

Harout Samuelian
   4th Vice-Governor
   

Alain Biffani                      
   Director General of the Ministry of Finance
   

-                    
   Director General of the Ministry of Economy and Trade



Lesotho:    Central Bank of Lesotho

http://www.centralbank.org.ls/

 
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Organisational Structure of the Bank

Board of  Directors of the Central Bank of Lesotho

Dr. M. Senaoana
   

Executive Director and Chairman (Governor)

Dr. R. Matlanyane  (On secondment)
   

Executive Director (Deputy Governor I)

Vacant
   

Executive Director (Deputy Governor II)

Dr. P.M. Mangoaela
   

Non-Executive Director
Mr. J. Q. Lesitha    Non-Executive Director
Mrs. M. G. Tau-Thabane    Non-Executive Director

Mr. M. Posholi
   

Non-Executive Director

Mr. M.M. Fako
   

Non-Executive Director

 

Auditors of the Central Bank of Lesotho

PricewaterhouseCoopers in association with Sheeran & Associates

 

Management of the Central Bank of Lesotho

Dr. M. Senaoana
   

Governor

Dr. R. Matlanyane  (On secondment)
   

Deputy Governor I

Vacant
   

Deputy Governor II

Mrs. T. Namane      
   

Director of Operations Department

Mrs  M. Mofelehetsi      
   

Director of Supervision Department

Ms.  G. M. Makenete
   

Director of Financial Markets Department

Mrs. L. Kirstein
   

Director of Administration Department

Mr. M. S. Mahooana
   

Director of Information & Communication Technology Department

Dr. M. P. Makhetha
   

Director of Research Department
Mr. M. Malope (Advocate)    Director of Corporate Affairs
Mr. F. Morokole (Acting)    General Manager - LRCC

 

Divisional Heads

Governor’s Office

Mr. P. Letlela  
   

Internal Audit

Mr. L. P. Khaka  
   

Accounts & Budget

Mr.  M. Malataliana
   

Currency

Mr. B. Chidyamoto
   

Security Services
Information and Communications Technology
Mr. M. Sekoati (Acting)    Business Solutions Development
Mr. T. Mpheteng    Infrastructure and Operations

Operations

Mr. J. Ntšekhe
   

Banking Operations

Mrs. M. Motebang
   

National Payments System

Vacant
   

Rural Finance

Mr. V.M. Tabane
   

Development Finance

Administration

Mrs. V. M. Molekane
   

Human Resources

Ms. M. M. Phate
   

General Services & Maintenance

Financial Markets

Mrs. M. Mohapi
   

Treasury Operations

Mr. B. Phakoe  
   

Investments & Market Operations

Supervision

Ms. T. Mokose      
   

Financial Institutions Supervision            

Mr. L. Leuta
   

Policy & Exchange Control                      

Mr. F. Morokole  
   

Insurance Supervision

Research

Mr. T. Bereng
   

Real Sector

Ms. L. Lephoto (on secondment)
   

Finance

Mr. R. Masenyetse
   

Macro-analysis
Corporate Affairs
Mr. T. Ntlhakana (acting)    Corporate Governance
Ms. N. Mokitimi (acting)    Legal Services
Mrs. M. Mohasoa    Public Relations

Libya:    Central Bank of Libya

http://www.cbl.gov.ly/en/home/index.php?cid=94

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The Governor and the Deputy Governor:-
Farhat O. Bengdara   06.03.2006-
Mohammed A. shukri  06.03.2006-

Previous  Governors :
Dr. Ahmed E. Abdullhameed   23.03.2001-05.03.2006
Dr. Taher E. Jehaimi   14.02.1996-22.03.2001  
Dr. Abdulhafid M. El Zelitni   07.10.1990-13.02.1996
Mohammed Z. Regeb   04.01.1987-06.10.1990
Regeb A Misalati   18.01.1981-03.03.1986
Kasem M. Sherlala   20.09.1969-17.01.1981
Khalill A. El Benani   27.03.1961-01.09.1969
Dr. Ali N. Al Aneizzi   26.04.1955-26.03.1961


Lithuania:    Bank of Lithuania

http://www.lb.lt/home/default.asp?lang=e

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Board of the Bank of Lithuania   

Reinoldijus Sarkinas

Chairman of the Board
tel. (370 5) 268 00 01
fax.(370 5) 262 81 24
   
   Darius Petrauskas

Deputy Chairman of the Board
tel. (370 5) 268 00 02
fax. (370 5) 262 81 24
   
   Ramune Zabuliene

Deputy Chairman of the Board
tel. (370 5) 268 00 04
fax. (370 5) 262 81 24


   Audrius Misevicius

Member of the Board
tel. (370 5) 268 00 03
fax. (370 5) 262 81 24
   
   Vaidievutis Geralavičius

Member of the Board
tel. (370 5) 268 00 05
fax.


Luxembourg:    Central Bank of Luxembourg

http://www.bcl.lu/en/bcl/index.html
http://www.bcl.lu/en/bcl/law/organic_law_2009.pdf

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Decision-making bodies
The Council of the BCL
Composition:

The Council is composed of the three members of the Executive Board and six members appointed by the Luxembourg Government; the Director General is the President of the Council.
Tasks:

    * To determine political affairs of the BCL
    * To adopt guidelines relating to the patrimonial situation of the BCL
    * To approve the annual budget, the financial accounts and the report of the Board of Directors
    * To discuss the implications of monetary policy
    * To give its consent prior to the use of the Central Bank's reserve fund

The Council : President: Yves Mersch - Members: Pierre Beck, Pit Hentgen, Serge Kolb, Patrice Pieretti, Jacques F. Poos, Romain Schintgen, Michel Wurth, Claude Zimmer.

Conseil BCL 2009

Row 1, from l. to r. : Mr Jacques F. Poos, Mr Yves Mersch, Mr Serge Kolb, Mr Romain Schintgen - Row 2, from l. to r. : Mr Patrice Pieretti, Mr Pit Hentgen, Mr Michel Wurth, Mr Claude Zimmer, Mr Pierre Beck
The Executive Board of the BCL
Composition:

It comprises a Director General and two Directors.

The Executive Board: Director General: Yves Mersch – Directors: Serge Kolb and Pierre Beck

It is the superior executive authority of the BCL. It draws up the measures and takes the decisions required for the fulfilment of the tasks entrusted to the BCL

Direction

Mr Serge Kolb, Mr Yves Mersch, Mr Pierre Beck



Macao:    Monetary Authority of Macao

http://www.amcm.gov.mo/

   
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Members of the Board of Directors
    *  Mr. Teng Lin Seng, Anselmo, Chairman
    * Mr. António José Félix Pontes
    * Mr. Wan Sin Long


     
    Members of the Audit Committee
    * Mr. Leonel Alberto Alves, Chairman
    * Ms. Lam Bun Jong
    * Mr. Lao Pun Lap


 Advisory Council

    * Mr. Teng Lin Seng, Anselmo, Chairman.
             Chairman of AMCM's Board of Directors,  also by his position Chairman of the Council;
       
    * Mr. António José Félix Pontes
             AMCM's Board Member;
       
    * Mr. Wan Sin Long
             AMCM's Board Member;
       
    * Mr. Leonel Alberto Alves
             Chairman of the Audit Committee;
           
    * Mr. Ye Yixin
             Chairman of the Macau Association of Banks;
             General Manager of the Bank of China, Macau Branch;
           
    * Mr. Herculano Sousa
             General Manager of Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Macau Branch
           
    * Mr. Jiang Yidao
             Chairman of the Macau Insurers Association;
   




Macedonia, FYR:    National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia

http://www.nbrm.gov.mk/default-en.asp?I ... B6EF9094CB

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NATIONAL BANK COUNCIL

The National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia Council is the supreme decision-making body of the Central Bank. It consists of 9 members as follows: Governor, two Vice-governors and six members. The members of the National Bank Council, except for the Vice-governors, are appointed by the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia, at proposal of the President of the Republic of Macedonia, for a period of seven years. Besides the Governor and the two Vice-governors, members of the NBRM Council are

    * Petar Gosev, M.A.
    * Emilija Nacevska
    * Fadil Bajrami, M.A.
    * Verica Hadzi Vasileva-Markovska, M.A.
    * Tihomir Petreski
    * Docent Goran Petrevski, Ph.D.
    * Liman Kurtishi, M.A.
    * Drage Janev, Ph.D.
    * Docent Saso Arsov, Ph.D.

The National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia Council makes decisions at its sessions. The Minister of Finance may attend the sessions of the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia Council and participate in the discussions, without having a right to vote (Article 63 paragraph 1)

The functions of the National Bank Council are governed by Article 64 of the L

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Nepal:    Central Bank of Nepal

http://www.nrb.org.np/aboutus/bod.php
    

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Board of Directors

As per section 14 of Nepal Rastra Bank Act, 2002, the Board of Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) comprises of seven members: four ex officio members - the Governor (who is the Chairman), the Secretary, Ministry of Finance, two Deputy Governors, and three other Directors, who are appointed from amongst the persons renowned in the field of Economics, Monetary, Banking, Finance and Commercial Laws.

The Governor, Deputy Governors and other Directors are appointed by Government of Nepal, Council of Ministers for term of five years. Government may, reappoint the retiring Governor for another one term and the retiring other Directors for any term, if it is deemed necessary.

The current members of the NRB Board are:
   
Chairman: Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada
Governor Since: 22 March 2010
Tel:+977 1 4410386
Fax:+977 1 4410159
   
Member: Mr. Rameshore Prasad Khanal
Secretary, Ministry of Finance
Member Since: 31 August 2008
Tel:+977 1 4259880
Fax: +977 1 4259891
   
Member: Mr. Bir Bikram Rayamajhi
Deputy Governor Since: 26 December 2005
Tel:+977 1 4412262
Fax:+9771 4410159
   
Member: Dr. Parthibeshwar Prasad Timilsina
Professor, Tribhuvan University
Member since: 16 February 2007
Tel:+977 4414896
   
Member: Dr. Bishwambher Pyakuryal
Professor, Tribhuvan University
Member since: 16 February 2007
Tel:+977 4441429
Fax:+977 4440746
   
Member: Mr. Shambhu Sharan Pd. Kayastha
Member since: 24 July 2007
Tel : +977 1 4415013
Fax : +977 1 4410159

Board Committees

    Management Committee
    Governor    Chairman
    Deputy Governor    Member
    Deputy Governor    Member
    Senior Officer (Designated by the Governor)    Member Secretary
    The Governor may invite any of the officers to take part in the meeting of Management Committee

    Audit Committee
    One of the Board Directors    Convenor
    Chief of Internal Audit Department of the Bank    Member
    One Senior Officer of the Bank designated by the Board    Member

    
Principal Officers
 
Executive Directors
    Mr. Sushil Ram Mathema   Banks and Financial Inst. Regulation Dept.
    Mr. Gopal Prasad Kaphle   Office of the Governor
    Mr. Ravindra Prasad Pandey   Research Department
    Mr. Lila Prakash Sitaula   Public Debt Management Department
    Mr. Ashwini Kumar Thakur   Currency Management Department
    Mr. Bishnu Nepal   Micro-Finance Department
    Mr. Gokul Ram Thapa   Human Resources Management Department
    Mr. Ramjee Regmi   Corporate Planning Department
    Mr. Bhaskar Mani Gnawali   Foreign Exchange Management Department
    Mr. Manmohan Kumar Shrestha   Financial Management Department
    Mr. Lok Bahadur Khadka   Financial Institutions Supervision Department
    Mr. Pradip Raj Panday   Bankers Training Center
    Mr. Hari Prasad Kaphle   General Services Department
    Mr. Siddhi Krishna Joshi   Banking Office, Thapathali
    Mr. Maha Prasad Adhikari   Bank Supervision Department
 
Executive Directors (Acting)
    Mr. Trilochan Pangeni   Internal Audit Department
 
Directors
    Dr. Min Bahadur Shrestha   Nepal Rastra Bank, Pokhara
    Mr. Mahesh Bhattarai   Financial Institutions Supervision Department
    Mr. Shambhu Thapa   Office of the Governor
    Mrs. Rameshwori Panta   Research Department
    Mr. Shiba Raj Shrestha   Information Technology Department
    Mr. Naresh Dhakal   Human Resources Management Department
    Mr. Narayan Prasad Poudyal   Research Department
    Mr. Nara Bahadur Thapa   On Release to IMF
    Dr. Binod Atreya   On deputation to NBL
    Mr. Janak Bahadur Adhikari   Micro-Finance Department
    Mr. Purna Bahadur Khatri   Bank Supervision Department
    Mr. Bhisma Raj Dhungana   General Services Department
    Mr. Chintamani Siwakoti   Foreign Exchange Management Department
    Mrs. Shiva Devi Kaphle   Research Department
    Mr. Laxmi Prapanna Niraula   Banks and Financial Inst. Regulation Dept.
    Mr. Shankar Prashad Acharya   Public Debt Management Department
    Mr. Keshav Raj Acharya   Nepal Rastra Bank, Siddharthanagar
    Mr. Dharma Raj Sapkota   Legal Division
    Mr. Rajan Bikram Shah   Currency Management Department
    Mr. Gyanendra Prasad Dhungana   Banking Office, Thapathali
    Mr. Jagdishwor Prasad Adhikari   Corporate Planning Department
    Mr. Parbat Kumar Karki   Public Debt Management Department
    Mr. Shiva Nath Pandey   Financial Institutions Supervision Department
    Mr. Maheshwor Lal Shrestha   Financial Management Department
    Mr. Narayan Dhamala   General Services Department
    Mr. Khyam Narayan Dhakal   Financial Institutions Supervision Department
    Mr. Bhuban Kadel   Internal Audit Department
    Mr. Ramesh Kumar Pokharel   Research Department
    Dr. Nephil Matangi Maskay   Research Department
    Mr. Deepak Bahadur Thapa   Currency Management Department
    Mr. Upendra Kumar Poudyal   Human Resources Management Department
    Mr. Yejindra Prasad Luitel   Bank Supervision Department
    Dr. Dr. Bhuwanesh Prasad Pant   Nepal Rastra Bank, Biratnagar
    Dr. Dr. Bamdev Sigdel   Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepalgunj
    Mr. Basudev Adhikari   Banks and Financial Inst. Regulation Dept.
    Mr. Pradhumna Kumar Bhattarai   Office of the Governor
 
Directors (Acting)
    Mr. Bishnu Bahadur Pandey   Banking Office, Thapathali
    Mr. Miththa Parajuli   Banking Office, Thapathali
    Mr. Arjun Bahadur Adhikari   Bank Supervision Department
    Mr. Jhalak Sharma Acharya   Bankers Training Center
    Mr. Mukunda Kumar Chhetri   Internal Audit Department
    Mr. Bholanath Baral   Financial Management Department



Netherlands:    Netherlands Bank

http://www.dnb.nl/en/about-dnb/organisa ... /index.jsp
http://www.dnb.nl/en/about-dnb/organisa ... /index.jsp

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Governing Board

The day-to-day management of the De Nederlandsche Bank rests with the Governing Board, consisting of a President and up to five Executive Directors. Governing Board members are appointed by the Crown, for consecutive seven-year tenures.
President Wellink
Nout Wellink

Dr. A.H.E.M. Wellink has been President of De Nederlandsche Bank since 1 July 1997. Since January 1999, Mr Wellink has sat on the Governing Council of the European Central Bank. Also, he has chaired the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision since July 2006. Since 1997, Dr. Wellink has sat on the Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlement, which he chaired from 2002 until 2006. Mr Wellink is a member of the Group of Ten Governors, the committee of central bank governors of the G10 countries, and a Governor of the International Monetary Fund and member of the Financial Stability Board.

Nout Wellink’s many secondary functions include the following. He is Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leiden University, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the Netherlands Open Air Museum and member of the Supervisory Board of the Dutch Central Genealogy Bureau. He has been awarded a Knighthood in the Order of the Netherlands Lion.

In 1982 Mr Wellink became an Executive Director of DNB. Between 1970 and 1982, he held several posts in the Ministry of Finance, starting on the economic staff, from 1975 as the Director General of Financial and Economic Policy and later as Treasurer General.  From 1965 until 1970, Mr Wellink worked as an assistant, later staff member, in the economics department of Leiden University.

After a study in Dutch law at the same university (1961–1968), Wellink obtained a doctor’s degree in economics at the Rotterdam Erasmus University. He completed his secondary education (science and grammar stream) in 1961. Born: 27 August 1943 at Bredevoort.
Directeur Brouwer
Henk Brouwer

Mr H.J. Brouwer has been an Executive Director of De Nederlandsche Bank since 1 July 1997. Mr Brouwer is responsible for banking supervision and supervisory policy. He is a member of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) and of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors.

Henk Brouwer’s various additional functions include the chairmanship of the Supervisory Board of the Amsterdam Historical Museum and a seat on the Board of the Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser architectural conservation fund. He is also Chairman of the Advisory Board of the UVW social security adminstrative body.

Prior to his Executive Directorship with DNB, Brouwer held posts in several government Departments. In the 1972–1980 period, he was on the economic staff of the Ministry of Finance; from 1980–1983 he was deputy Director General for government employment policy and an adviser on social and economic issues to the Minister of the Interior. From 1984 until 1989 he was Director General for general policy affairs in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment. From 1990 to September 1992, Mr Brouwer sat on the Executive Board of Nederlandse Phillipsbedrijven B.V., which position he left to become Treasurer General in the Ministry of Finance.

Mr Brouwer graduated in General Economic from the Amsterdam VU University in 1972. In 1965, he completed his secondary education (science stream) in Kampen. Born: 8 May 1946 in Amsterdam.
Lex Hoogduin
Lex Hoogduin

Professor L.H. Hoogduin became an Executive Director of De Nederlandsche Bank on 1 January 2009. Mr Hoogduin is responsible for economic policy and research, financial stability and financial markets, payments and statistics. In addition, Mr Hoogduin is part-time Professor of Monetary Economics and Financial Institutions at the University of Amsterdam.

Before joining DNB’s Governing Board, Lex Hoogduin was Chief Economist of the Robeco Group (2005-2008) and Managing Director of the IRIS research institute. In the twenty-five years prior to that, he had worked two stints at DNB. From 2001 to 2005 he held the post of Director of the Research Division. In the period 1997-2001, Mr Hoogduin was personal advisor to Wim Duisenberg, first President of the ECB.

Lex Hoogduin graduated in General Economics from the University of Groningen in 1980, and obtained a PhD in Economics in 1991. In 1974 he completed his secondary school education (science stream) at the Professor Ten Veen Lyceum in Emmeloord. Born: 7 September 1956 in Leyden.
Directeur Kellermann
Joanne Kellermann

Ms A.J. Kellermann has been an Executive Director of De Nederlandsche Bank since November 2007. Her responsibilities include Pension Supervision, Insurance Supervision and Legal Services. In 2005, Ms Kellermann took up employment with DNB as its General Counsel and director of the Legal Services division.

Her various additional functions include a seat on the Board of Governors of De Nederlandse Opera.

From 1992, Kellerman had been a partner in the NautaDutilh law firm. From 2001 until 2005, she headed the firm’s financial practice in London. Her international experience also encompasses a period as foreign associate in New York. She began her career as a trainee lawyer at Nauta van Haersholte in Amsterdam. Providing guidance on international financial transactions and advising on supervisory laws and regulations ranked among her main activities during her career as a lawyer.

Ms Kellermann completed her study of Dutch law at Leiden University in 1984 and was sworn in as a lawyer in Amsterdam that same year. In 1979, Joanne Kellerman completed her secondary education (classics stream) at the Sorghvliet Christelijk Gymnasium in The Hague. Born: 27 December 1960 in Eindhoven.

Supervisory Board and Bank Council

Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board oversees the management of DNB and the general operations at the public company. The Supervisory Board has a number of important powers, such as approval of the budget, the annual report and specific governing board decisions, and adoption of the annual accounts. One member of the Supervisory Board is appointed by the government. The tasks profile of the Supervisory Board is attached below as download.

    * J.F. van Duyne – Chairman
    * E.H. Swaab – Secretary
    * HRH The Prince of Orange
    * F. Bolkestein
    * A.H. van Delden
    * A.M. Fentener van Vlissingen
    * E. Kist
    * G.J. Kleisterlee
    * W. Tuinenburg
    * By government appointment: T. van de Graaf

The Bank Council

The Bank Council acts as the Governing Board’s sounding board. The President of DNB reports to this body on the general economic and financial developments and on the policy pursued by DNB. The Bank Council may advise the Governing Board. Two members of the Supervisory Board serve on the Bank Council, including the member appointed by the government. The Bank Council is furthermore composed of representatives of the social partners and the financial sector as well as independent experts.

    * P. Bouw – Chairman
    * By government appointment: T. van de Graaf
    * A.W.A. Boot
    * A.H. van Delden
    * W.A.J. Duin
    * R. Gerritse
    * L.M.L.H.A. Hermans
    * A.M. Jongerius
    * A.J. Maat
    * vacant
    * drs. A.J.M. Sibbing  
    * B.E.M. Wientjes
    * B. Staal
    * E.R. Steenberg


Netherlands Antilles:    Bank of the Netherlands Antilles

http://www.centralbank.an/
http://www.centralbank.an/01_organizational_chart.php

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Board of Supervisory Directors
R. Palm - Chairman
R.P. Koeijers
O.F. Cuales
N. Chaclin
 
Board of Executive Directors    
E.D. Tromp - President
J.M. Hasselmeyer
A.G. Romero    
S.T. Salesia - Director Banking Supervision


     
Deputy Directors
Financial Affairs
A.M. Francisco
     
Operational Affairs
H.E. Jackson
     
Monetary & Economic Affairs
F.J.P. Matto
     
Banking Supervision
R.A.R. de Lanoy
     
Corporate Relations & Facilities Management
R.R. Lourents
     
Information Management & Risk Analysis
R. Vos
     
Policy, International Affairs & Integrity
R.I.M. de Weever-Garcia
     
Investment Institutions & Trust
M. Allen
     
Institutional Investors
N.B. Davelaar-Mercelina

Information Communication & Technology
R.J.G. Manuel

Risk and Compliance Officer
J.M. Chatlein
     
General Counsel
B. Mezas
     
Secretary to the President
A. Schenker
     
International Affairs
S.M.C. Herrera
     
Legal Counsel
J. Sybesma
     
Statistical Information & Reporting
N.J. Koster
     
Foreign Exchange Regulation
M.F. Ercicio
     
Research Department
C.M. Henriquez
     
Banking Field Supervision
S.B. Wong
     
Banking General Supervision
R.F.A. Rooi
     
Institutional Investors Field Supervision
O.R.G. Matroos

Institutional Investors General Supervision
J.T.T. Candelaria

Investment Institutional & Trust Supervision offsite
G.T. Weert

Investment Institutional & Trust Supervision onsite    
E.G.A. Cova
     
Treasurer
S. Sinlae-Elhage
     
Currency Department
C.N. Vanderpool
     
Internal Financial Affairs
F.C. Constancia
     
Methods & Procedures
G.G. Maduro
     
IT Manager
R.A.F. Everts
     
Special Projects
J.G. Arias
     
Human Resources
M.O. Suisse
     
Archive & Registry
M. Franssens

Security
S.A. Streden
     
Facility Services
V.J. Galvis
     
Corporate Relations & Secretariat
N.S. van der Wal
     
Internal Audit
C.G. Pietersz   

Information Systems, Research and Development
M. Mendes de Gouveia
     
Financial Integrity
S. Saab
     
Advisor
H.C.A. Gerrits
     
Policy
H.L. Willems
     
Vault
H.F. Roach
 
Internal Services    
F.S. Beutke-Look
     
Payments and Settlements
S. Sinlae-Elhage
     
Purchase Department
R. Lopez
     
Accounting
A.M. Francisco

New Zealand:    Reserve Bank of New Zealand

http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/about/Whoweare/0092786.html

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Governor
Dr Alan Bollard
http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/about/whoweare/0092967.html
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s Board of Directors
   
Dr Chris Eichbaum
Masterton-based

University Lecturer

Senior Lecturer (Public Policy), School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington

Executive – Australasian Study of Parliament Group

Chair – Public Sector (IPANZ) Journal Advisory Group

First appointed 1 August 2008 – current term expires 31 July 2013

Mr Hugh Fletcher (Deputy Chair)
Auckland-based

Company Director

Chair – IAG New Zealand Limited; IAG New Zealand Holdings Limited

Director – Fletcher Building Limited; Rubicon Limited; Vector Limited; Insurance Australia Group Limited; IAG Finance (New Zealand) Limited

Chancellor – University of Auckland

Member – The University of Auckland Council; The University of Auckland Foundation; New Zealand Advisory Board of L.E.K. Consulting

Trustee – Dilworth Trust, New Zealand Portrait Gallery

First appointed 10 June 2002 - current term expires 9 June 2012

   
Dr Arthur Grimes (Chair)
Wellington-based

Economic Consultant

Senior Fellow – Motu Economic & Public Policy Research Trust

Adjunct Professor of Economics – University of Waikato

Director – Phillips Symposium Limited

Trustee – Reserve Bank Superannuation Fund; Wellington International Jazz Festival Trust

Chair – Hugo Strategy Panel

Principal – GT Research & Consulting

First appointed 13 March 2002 - current term expires 12 March 2012

   
Professor Neil Quigley
Wellington-based

University Professor

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) and Professor of Economics, Victoria University of Wellington

International Research Fellow – C D Howe Institute, Toronto

Chair – Victoria Link Limited; iPredict Limited; New Zealand Tertiary Education Consortium Limited; Board of Trustees, Wellington College; Adam Art Gallery Trust and Adam Art Gallery Funding Trust

Director – Te Puni Village Limited; EQM Farming Limited

Ministerial appointee – ACC Stocktake Group

First appointed 1 February 2010 - current term expires 31 January 2015

   
Ms Sue Sheldon CNZM
Christchurch-based

Company Director

Chair – Wool Industry Network Limited; National Provident Fund Board of Trustees

Deputy Chair – Christchurch International Airport Limited

Director – Contact Energy Limited; Freightways Limited; Smiths City Group Limited; Electronic Transaction Services Limited; Wool Grower Holdings Limited

First appointed 1 May 2009 – current term expires 30 April 2014

   
Mr Keith Taylor
Wellington-based

Company Director

Deputy Chairman – Earthquake Commission

Director – NZ Qualifications Authority; Gough, Gough and Hamer; Butland Management Services; Port Marlborough Ltd

Board Member – Government Superannuation Fund Authority

Member – Takeovers Panel

First appointed 1 July 2009 - current term expires 30 June 2014

   
Ms Kerrin Vautier
Auckland-based

Consulting Research Economist

Director – Fletcher Building Limited

External Adviser – Deloitte Partnership Board

Lay Member of the High Court (under the Commerce Act)

Chair – Musica Sacra Trust

First appointed 9 February 2010 – current term expires 8 February 2015


Nicaragua:    Central Bank of Nicaragua

http://www.bcn.gob.ni/banco/index.html?&val=1

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PRESIDENCIA
 
Antenor Rosales Bolaños
Presidente
 
GERENCIA GENERAL
 

José de Jesús Rojas
Gerente General

Hilda Castillo
Asistente Ejecutiva

Martín Urcuyo
Subgerente Difusión y Relaciones Públicas
 
AUDITORIA INTERNA
 
Bertha Rodríguez
Auditor Interno
 
ASESORÍA JURÍDICA
 
Juan José Rodríguez
Asesor Jurídico
 
GERENCIA ESTUDIOS ECONÓMICOS
 

Nina Conrado
Gerente Estudios Económicos

Jean François Clevy
Subgerente Programación Económica

Hiparco Loáisiga
Subgerente Investigaciones Económicas
 
GERENCIA INTERNACIONAL
 

Carlos Sequeira
Gerente Internacional

Róger Sobalvarro
Subgerente Administración de Reservas

Erasmo Gómez
Subgerente de Administración de Pasivos Externos
 
GERENCIA CONTABILIDAD
 

Reynaldo Osorio
Gerente de Contabilidad

Clara Mercado
Subgerente Normas y Análisis Financiero
 
GERENCIA ADMINISTRACIÓN Y PERSONAL
 

Pedro Arteaga
Gerente de Administación y Personal

Víctor Guerrero
Subgerente Recursos Humanos

Mauricio Cisne
Subgerente Administrativo
 
GERENCIA FINANCIERA
 

Carlos Cerda
Gerente Financiero

Magaly Sáenz
Subgerente Operaciones Financieras

Guillermo Selva
Subgerente Tesorería

Leonel Torres
Jefe Unidad de Estudios Financieros
 
GERENCIA DESARROLLO INSTITUCIONAL

Oriel Soto
Subgerente Informático


Niger:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)


Nigeria:    Central Bank of Nigeria

http://www.cenbank.org/


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Executive Board Members

    *  Mr. Sanusi Lamido Aminu Sanusi (Chairman of Board of Directors )
      Governor
      Serving Since 6/3/2009 - To Date

    *  Dr. Kingsley Moghalu (Board Member)
      Deputy Governor, Financial Sector Stability
      Serving Since 11/9/2009 - To Date

    *  Mr. Tunde Lemo (Board Member)
      Deputy Governor,Operations Directorate
      Serving Since 1/1/2004 - To Date

    *  Dr. Sarah Alade (Board Member)
      Deputy Governor, Economic Policy
      Serving Since 3/26/2007 - To Date

    *  Alhaji Suleiman Barau (Board Member)
      Deputy Governor, Corporate Services Directorate
      Serving Since 12/13/2007 - To Date

    *  Alhaji Umaru Bello Girei (Secretary to the Board)
      Secretary to The Board
      Serving Since 11/23/2005 - To Date

Non-executive Board Members

    *  Chief (Dr.) Joshua O. Omuya (Board Member)
       
      Serving Since 11/23/2005 - To Date

    *  Prof. Samuel O. Olofin (Board Member)
       
      Serving Since 11/23/2005 - To Date

    *  Mallam Dahiru Muhammad (Board Member)
       
      Serving Since 11/23/2005 - To Date

    *  Alhaji Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo, OON (Board Member)
      Accountant General of The Federation
      Serving Since 5/25/2007 - To Date

    *  Dr. Achinivu Ochi Chinoyerem (Board Member)
      Perm. Sec. Fed. Min of Finance
      Serving Since 8/19/2009 - To Date


Norway:    Central Bank of Norway

http://www.norges-bank.no/templates/art ... 12360.aspx

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Svein Gjedrem

Curriculum Vitae

Governor

Born: 1950

Education:

1975: Master’s degree in economics, University of Oslo

Work experience:
2005    Reappointed Governor, Norges Bank, for a period of 6 years
1999    Appointed Governor, Norges Bank, for a period of 6 years
1996-1998    Secretary General, Ministry of Finance
1994-1995    EU Commission (leave of absence from the Ministry of Finance)
1979-1995    Principal Officer, Assistant Director General, Deputy Director General, Director General, Ministry of Finance
1975-1979    Economist, Credit policy department and Research department, Norges Bank

Members of the Executive Board:

Svein Gjedrem (b.1950) Chairman
Appointed Governor of the Central Bank of Norway as from 1 January 1999 for a term of 6 years, and reappointed on 1 January 2005 for a period of 6 years.
Svein Gjedrem's CV
   Svein Gjedrem

Jan Fredrik Qvigstad (b.1949) Deputy chairman
Appointed Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Norway from 1 April 2008 for a term of 6 years.
Jan F. Qvigstad's CV
   Jan F. Qvigstad
     

Brit K. Rugland (b. 1958)
(Appointed 1 January 2004 - 31 December 2005. Reappointed from 1 January 2006 - 31 December 2009 and 1 January 2010 - 31 December 2013)
Manager and owner of investment company Rugland Invest. Chair, Board of Directors in the new, state-owned gas company Gassco AS. Has broad experience from the petroleum, financial and shipping industries.
   Brit K. Rugland

Liselott Kilaas (b. 1959)
(Appointed 1 January 2004 - 31 December 2007. Reappointed from 1 January 2008 - 31 December 2011)
Managing director, Aleris Norge. Graduate of University of Oslo and Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne. Member of the Board of Directors at Telenor and has broad experience from the ICT sector, petroleum industry and consultancy.
   Liselott Kilaas

Asbjørn Rødseth (b. 1951)
(Appointed 1 January 2004 - 31 December 2007. Reappointed from 1 January 2008 - 31 December 2011)
Professor of economics of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Oslo University. Has long experience as a researcher in the field of macroeconomics and general aspects of economic policy, particularly fiscal and monetary policy. Has been member of various committees, i.a. the Royal Commission on Pensions. He has also held the posts of chair and vice chair of the Banking, Insurance and Securities Commission.
   Asbjørn Rødseth

Ida Helliesen (b. 1947)
(Appointed 1 January 2010 - 31 December 2013)
Retired. Helliesen has held several executive positions in Norsk Hydro, including director of finance. She is a business economist and has been a member of several government commissions, such as “Energilovutvalget” and “Teleutvalget”. She also has experience as a board member at AkerSolutions, Skagerak Energi, Statistics Norway, Storebrand Bank and as a member of the Norwegian Ministry of Finance’s Investment Strategy Council.
   Ida Helliesen

Eirik Wærness (b 1962)
(Appointed 1 January 2010 - 31 December 2013)
Managing director of Econ Pöyry. Has work experience from the Norwegian Ministry of Finance, Total E&P Norge and Statoil, among others. Wærness is an economist with Norwegian and international qualifications and research experience.
   Eirik Wærness
Alternates:

Gøril Bjerkan (1st Alternate)
(Appointed 1 January 2010 - 31 December 2013)
Research fellow at the Department of Private Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo. Work experience from Norges Bank and DnB. Bjerkan is a business economist, holding a master’s degree in economics and business administration from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH) and a master’s degree in law from the University of Oslo.
   Gøril Bjerkan

Egil Matsen (2nd Alternate) (b. 1968)
(Appointed 1 January 2010 - 31 December 2013)
Associate Professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim.  Has work experience from Norges Bank. Matsen holds a Ph.D. in economics from the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (NHH).
   Egil Matsen
Employee representatives:
   

Jan Erik Martinsen (b. 1957)
(Appointed 1 January 2001 - 31 December 2012)
Employee of Norges Bank since 1975. Chief Safety Delegate in the period 1 January 1994 - 31 December 2000. Represents the employees and served as Deputy Chairman of Norges Bank's Staff Association from 2001-2006. Head of Norges Bank's Staff Association since 1 January 2007.

Petter Nordal is alternate for Jan Erik Martinsen.
   Jan Erik Martinsen

Tore Vamraak (b. 1980)
(Appointed 1 January 2008 - 31 December 2008. Reappointed from 1 January 2009 - 31 December 2010)
Employee of Norges Bank since 2006, from 2007 portfolio manager in Norges Bank Investment Management. Represents Akademikerne in Norges Bank.

Gunnvald Grønvik is alternate for Tore Vamraak.

Members of the Supervisory Council:

 

Reidar Sandal, 2010-2013 (chairman, 2010-2011)
Alternate: Ola Røtvei, 2010-2013

Frank Sve, 2010-2013 (deputy chairman, 2010-2011)
Alternate: Tone T. Johansen, 2010-2013

Terje Ohnstad, 2008-2011
Alternate: Anne Grethe Kvernrød, 2008-2011

Eva Karin Gråberg, 2008-2011
Alternate: Jan Elvheim, 2008-2011

Tom Thoresen, 2008-2011
Alternate: Hans Kolstad, 2008-2011

Runbjørg Bremset Hansen, 2008-2011
Alternate: Camilla Bakken Øvald, 2008-2011

Kåre Harila, 2008-2011
Alternate: Liv Sandven, 2008-2011

Tormod Andreassen, 2008-2011
Alternate: André Støylen, 2010-2011

Gunvor Ulstein, 2008-2011
Alternate: Beate Bø Nilsen, 2008-2011

Morten Lund, 2010-2011
Alternate: Torunn Hovde Kaasa, 2008-2011

Synnøve Søndergaard, 2010-2013
Alternate: Britt Hildeng

Reidar Åsgård, 2010-2013
Alternate: Kari-Anne Opsal

Erland Vestli, 2010-2013
Alternate: Jan Blomseth

Marianne Lie, 2010-2013
Alternate: Lars Gjedebo

Monica Salthella, 2010-2013
Alternate: Frode Klemp

Jan Fredrik Qvigstad

Jan Fredrik QvigstadCurriculum Vitae

Deputy Governor

Born: 1949

Education:

1975: Graduate Degree in economics (Cand. oecon) from the University of Oslo

Work experience:
2008    Appointed Deputy Governor, Norges Bank
1997-2008    Director and member of the management team (corporate management) at Norges Bank. Executive Director of Norges Bank Monetary Policy, with responsibility for Economics Department, Monetary Policy Department, Department for Market operations and Analysis, Research Department and Statistics Department
2000-2008    

Temporary position as Professor II (shared professorship) in economics, Norwegian School of Management (BI)
1998-1999    Temporary position as Director of Studies II in economics, Norwegian School of Management (BI)
1992-1996    Director, Economics Department, Norges Bank
1990-1992    Senior Officer, EFTA, with responsibility for coordination of financial services and capital movements in relation to the EEA negotiations
1984-1990    Assistant Director, Economics Department, Norges Bank
1982    Visiting Scholar, University of Cambridge, UK
1978-1984    Principal Officer, later Assistant Director, Economics Department at the Ministry of Finance
1974-1978    Assistant lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Oslo

 

Miscellaneous:

    * Member of Steigum Committee "Norsk økonomi i forandring" ("Changing Norwegian economy"). NOU 1988:21
    * Editor of Sosialøkonomen 1974-1976
    * Member of the Working Committee of CME (Centre for Monetary Economics) at the Norwegian School of Management 1999-2003

Oman:    Central Bank of Oman

http://www.cbo-oman.org/




Pakistan:    State Bank of Pakistan

http://www.sbp.org.pk

http://www.sbp.org.pk/about/governors/index.htm

 
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Present Governor of State Bank of Pakistan

Syed Salim Raza

BIO – DATA
OF
GOVERNOR STATE BANK OF PAKISTAN


    Syed Salim Raza took over as Governor, State Bank of Pakistan, on January 02, 2009. Prior to his assumption of the office of SBP Governor, Mr. Raza was the Chief Executive Officer of Pakistan Business Council (PBC) since February 2006.

    Mr. Raza, who holds a Masters from Oxford University, is the 15th Governor of the State Bank. Mr. Raza brings to his new assignment 36 years of international banking experience. He had been with the Citibank, N.A. in various positions that included Country and Regional Management across the Middle East, Africa and the UK, Central and Eastern Europe, based in London from 1989 to 2006. His business experience covers credit and corporate finance, real estate and global asset (bonds & equities) management. He was also the Country Head for Citibank in Pakistan from 1983 to 1987.

    Mr. Raza has worked extensively on a variety of associated subject, both exclusively at PBC, and also in partnership with multilateral organizations and Government bodies. He has been instrumental in preparing innumerable reports, surveys and recommendations covering a variety of subjects including a dynamic role for public-private partnerships; broadening and deepening of capital markets, creation of long-term corporate debt markets; corporate governance; competitiveness capacity building; and a variety of other associated themes.

Present Deputy Governors of State Bank of Pakistan
Deputy Governors
   
Mr. Yaseen Anwar
Deputy Governor - Banking Supervision and Corporate Services
(29-03-2007)
Profile
   

Mr. Muhammad Kamran Shehzad
Deputy Governor- Banking Policy and Development Finance
(12-03-2009)

DIRECTORS
1. Syed Salim Raza Chairman
2. Mr. Salman Siddique Member
3. Mr. Kamran Y. Mirza Member
4. Mr. Zaffar A. Khan Member
5. Mr. Tariq Sayeed Saigol Member
6. Mirza Qamar Beg Member
7. Mr. Asad Umar Member
8. Mr. Waqar A. Malik Member
9. Mr. Aftab Mustafa Khan Corporate Secretary


Papua New Guinea:    Bank of Papua New Guinea

http://www.bankpng.gov.pg/

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The current members of the Bank of PNG Board are:

 Sir Wilson L Kamit CBE     Chairman
 Appointed     August 06 2002
 Term in office      Seven years from date of appointment
 Other Roles    
 Registrar     Savings and Loans Societies
 Board member     Port Moresby Stock Exchange
 Commissioner     Papua New Guinea Privatisation Commission
 Commissioner     Economic & Fiscal Commission
     
 Benny Popoitai     Deputy Governor
 Management & Operations
 Re-appointed     November 18 2005
 Term in office    
 5 years from date of appointment
     
 Loi M Bakani     Deputy Governor
 Policy & Regulations
 Appointed     February 08 2005
 Term in Office     5 years from date of appointment
     
 Samson Lowa     Member
 Ex-officio
 Moderator
 Head of PNG Council of Churches
 Date of Appointment     December 28 2000
     
 Peter Pokawin     Member
 Ex-officio
 President, PNG Institute of Accountants
 Date of Appointment     December 13 2005
     
 Betty Palaso     Member
 Internal Revenue Commissioner
 Date of Appointment     July 15 2008
     
 Mr. Michael Malabag     Member
 Ex-officio
 President, PNG Trade Union Congress
 Date of Appointment     March 26 2008
     
 Mr.John Leahy     Member
 Ex-officio
 President, PNG Chamber of Commerce
 Date of Appointment     March 28 2008
     
 Sir James Tjeong     Member
 Managing Director, Garamut Enterprise
 Date of Appointment     July 15 2008
     
 Mr. Simon Foo     Member
 Managing Director, Taklam Lodge and Tours
 Date of Appointment     July 15 2008
     
 Mr. Ivan Pomelau     Member
 Chairman, PNG Securities Commission
 Date of Appointment     May 23 2008

 


Paraguay:    Central Bank of Paraguay

http://www.bcp.gov.py
http://www.bcp.gov.py/Noticias/ORGANIGRAMA_BCP.pdf
http://www.bcp.gov.py/index.php?option= ... Itemid=359

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DIRECTORIO

Jorge Raúl Corvalán Mendoza

Presidente

Benigno María López Benítez

Miembro Titular del Directorio

Luís Alberto Campos Doria

Miembro Titular del Directorio

Rolando Arréllaga Yaluk

Miembro Titular del Directorio

 

GERENCIA GENERAL

Jorge Aurelio Villalba Leguizamón

Gerente General

   

GERENCIAS DE AREA

Aldo Javier Rodríguez González

Coordinador del Comité Jurídico

Nelson Valiente

Auditor Jefe, Encargado de Despacho

Luis Adolfo Ortíz Acosta

Jefe del Gabinete de la Presidencia

Rubén Báez Maldonado

Secretario del Directorio

Carlino Samuel Velázquez Martínez

Gerente de Estudios Económicos

Pedro Acosta Bernal

Gerente de Operaciones Nacionales

Carlos Daniel Benítez Vieira

Gerente de Contabilidad y Finanzas

Isaac Rubén Aguilera

Gerente de Servicios Administrativos

Esteban Fortunato Cardozo Martínez

Gerente de Desarrollo y Gestión Institucional

José Rojas Dávalos

Gerente de Tecnología de la Información

Edgar Leguizamón

Representante Titular - Fondo de Garantía de Crédito. Micro, Pequeñas y Medianas Empresas

César Gustavo Colmán

Representante Alterno - Fondo de Garantía de Crédito. Micro, Pequeñas y Medianas Empresas

Víctor Báez Acosta

Representante - Honorable Cámara de Diputados

Carmen Amanda Talavera de Melgarejo

Jefe de Despacho - Miembro Titular del Directorio, Lic. Rolando Arréllaga

Rubén Enrique Yebrán Frutos

Jefe de Despacho - Miembro Titular del Directorio, Dr. Benigno María López

Isidoro Benítez Arévalos

Jefe de Despacho - Miembro Titular del Directorio, Dr. Luis Alberto Campos

Gloria Lourdes Salcedo de Pedowitz

Secretaría Privada de la Presidencia

Peru:    Central Reserve Bank of Peru

http://www.bcrp.gob.pe/about-the-bcrp/o ... ctors.html

 
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Board of Directors

Julio Velarde
Governor

Carlos Raffo
Vice Chairman

Members of the Board
Beatriz Boza
José Chlimper
Alfonso López Chau
Martha Rodríguez
Abel Salinas


Philippines:    Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

http://www.bsp.gov.ph/about/governance_mon.asp

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Profile of the Governor

Amando M. Tetangco, Jr. assumed office as Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas in July 2005. He is a career central banker, occupying different positions in the organization in a span of over three decades. Immediately prior to his appointment as BSP Governor, he was Deputy Governor in-charge of the Banking Services Sector, Economic Research and Treasury.

As BSP Governor, he is also the Chairman of the Monetary Board, Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) and Philippine International Convention Center (PICC); Vice-Chairman of the Agriculture Credit Policy Council (ACPC); Member of the Capital Market Development Council (CMDC), Export Development Council (EDC), PhilExport Board of Trustees (PHILEXPORT), Philippine Export-Import Credit Agency (PHILEXIM); and Director of Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC), National Development Council (NDC) and National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation (NHMFC).

He also represents the country in various international and regional organizations, including the Executive Meeting of East Asia and Pacific (EMEAP) Central Banks; ASEAN and ASEAN+3; South East Asia Central Banks (SEACEN); South East Asia, New Zealand and Australia (SEANZA); Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA); and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). He is the Governor for the Philippines in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Alternate Governor in the World Bank (WB) and in the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Before joining the Central Bank of the Philippines in 1974, Mr. Tetangco was connected with the Management Services Division of accounting firm SGV & Co.

Mr. Tetangco took up AB Economics at the Ateneo de Manila University where he graduated cum laude. He took up graduate courses in business administration in the same institution. As a central bank scholar, Mr. Tetangco took up his MA in Public Policy and Administration (concentration in Development Economics) at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, USA. Earlier, he finished his elementary and high school education at Don Bosco Academy in Pampanga.

Mr. Tetangco is married to Elvira Ma. Plana. They have three children: a son and two daughters.

The BSP Monetary Board
 
Chairman    

Amando M. Tetangco, Jr.
     
Members    

Juanita D. Amatong
     

Alfredo C. Antonio

Peter Favila

Ignacio R. Bunye

Nelly F. Villafuerte

Augusto Santos

Poland:    National Bank of Poland

http://www.nbp.pl/homen.aspx?c=/ascx/su ... navid=5019

 
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NBP Management Board
The activity of the National Bank of Poland is directed by its Management Board. This is composed of the President of the NBP, in his/her capacity as Chairperson, and six to eight other Board members, of which two are Vice Presidents of the NBP.

The Board is responsible for implementing resolutions of the Monetary Policy Council and for adopting resolutions on matters not reserved by statute for the exclusive authority of other bodies of the NBP.

The terms of reference of the Management Board include, in particular:

    * adopting resolutions on the licensing of banks to conduct foreign exchange operations,
    * performing responsibilities with respect to exchange rate policies,
    * performing periodic assessments of the circulation of currency and monetary settlements, and also of foreign exchange operations,
    * supervising open market operations,
    * assessing the operation of the banking system,
    * adopting the NBP plan of operations and financial plan,
    * determining the kinds of banking fee and commission to be charged by the NBP and specifying the rates applicable,
    * specifying the principles applicable in NBP funds management,
    * establishing the organisational structure and division of responsibilities within the NBP,
    * determining NBP personnel and staff compensation policies,
    * adopting the annual report on the operations of the NBP,
    * drawing up the balance sheet and profit and loss account of the NBP,
    * drawing up accounts of the national balance of payments,
    * preparing and examining draft resolutions and other materials to be submitted to the Monetary Policy Council.

Composition of the NBP Management Board

    * Sławomir Skrzypek
    * Piotr Wiesiołek
    * Witold Koziński
    * Eugeniusz Gatnar
    * Zbigniew Hockuba
    * Jakub Skiba
    * Zdzisław Sokal
    * Małgorzata Zaleska

 About the NBP

Monetary Policy Council
Pursuant to Art. 227, para. 2, of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland and Art. 6 of the Act on the National Bank of Poland, the Monetary Policy Council constitutes one of the directing bodies of the NBP.

The Council was constituted on February 17, 1998. It is composed of:

    * a Chairperson, this being the President of the NBP,
    * nine members appointed in equal numbers by the President of the Republic of Poland, the Sejm and the Senate.

Members of the Council are appointed for a term of six years.

Under Art. 12 of the Act on the NBP, the Monetary Policy Council:

    * draws up annual monetary policy guidelines and submits these to the Sejm, for the information thereof, together with the submission by the Council of Ministers of the draft Budget,
    * presents a report to the Sejm on the performance of monetary policy guidelines within five months of the end of the fiscal year,
    * sets NBP base interest rates,
    * determines the procedures governing the reserve requirement and sets the reserve ratio,
    * sets ceilings on the liabilities arising from loans and advances drawn by the NBP from foreign banking and financial institutions,
    * approves the NBP financial plan and report on operations,
    * accepts the annual accounts of the NBP,
    * determines the principles applicable to open market operations.

The Monetary Policy Council also assesses the activity of the NBP Management Board in its performance of monetary policy guidelines, and adopts accounting principles for the NBP, these being submitted to the Council by the President of the NBP.

Composition of the Monetary Policy Council

    * Chairperson of the Monetary Policy Council
          o President of the NBP - Sławomir Skrzypek

    * Members of the Monetary Policy Council
          o Andrzej Bratkowski
          o Elżbieta Chojna-Duch
          o Zyta Gilowska
          o Adam Glapiński
          o Jerzy Hausner
          o Andrzej Kaźmierczak
          o Andrzej Rzońca
          o Jan Winiecki
          o Anna Zielińska-Głębocka

Portugal:    Bank of Portugal

http://www.bportugal.pt/en-US/OBancoeoE ... racao.aspx

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Vítor Manuel Ribeiro Constâncio

Governor Vítor ConstâncioGovernor. Born in 1943. Graduated in Economics from the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (Lisbon Technical University).
Before being appointed to his present position at Banco de Portugal, he was Executive Director of Banco Português de Investimento (1995-2000) and non-executive Director of Electricidade de Portugal (EDP), the Portuguese national power utility (1998-2000).
He was a member of the Conselho de Estado, an advisory body to the President of the Republic, from April 1996 to March 2006. He has been Invited Senior Professor of Economics at the Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão (Technical University of Lisbon) since 1989.
He was Secretary of State for Budget and Planning in the first two Provisional Governments (1974-1975) and he was again Secretary of State for the same post in the IV Provisional Government (1976). He was elected Member of Parliament in 1976, and was again Member of Parliament from 1980 to 1981 and from 1987 to 1988.
He started at Banco de Portugal in 1975, as Head of the Economic Studies and Research Department. He was appointed Vice-Governor in 1977, a position which he was to resume later in 1979 and in the period from 1981 to 1984. In 1977, he was appointed President of the Commission for European Integration, a post which he occupied again in 1979. He was Minister of Finance and Budget Planning of the II Constitutional Government in 1978.
He was Governor of Banco de Portugal from 1985 to 1986. He was again appointed Governor of Banco de Portugal in February 2000, and is now in his second term, following reappointment in May 2006.


Vítor Constâncio
Governor. Born in 1943. Graduated in Economics from the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa.
He was Governor of the Banco de Portugal from 1985 to 1986. He was appointed Governor of the Banco de Portugal in February 2000, and is now in his second term, following reappointment in May 2006.
 
Vice-Governor José Agostinho de Matos
José Agostinho de Matos
Vice-Governor. Born in 1953. Graduated in Economics from the Instituto Superior de Economia of the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa.
Mr. de Matos is now in his second term as Vice-Governor, following his reappointment in May 2007.
 
Vice-Governor Pedro Duarte Neves
Pedro Duarte Neves
Vice-Governor. Born in 1961. He graduated in Economics from Universidade Católica Portuguesa, and completed his PhD in Economics at Université Catholique de Louvain.
He was appointed Vice-Governor of Banco de Portugal in May 2006.
 
Director Vítor Pessoa
Vítor Pessoa
Director. Born in 1942. He graduated in Economics from the Instituto Superior de Ciências Económicas e Financeiras. He completed his studies at Reading University and at the Institute of Social Studies of The Hague.
He was appointed Member of the board of Directors in February 2000 and he is now in his second term, following reappointment in May 2006.
 
Curriculum vitae
Director José da Silveira Godinho
José da Silveira Godinho
Director. Born in 1943. Graduated in Finance from the Instituto Superior de Ciências Económicas e Financeiras.
He was appointed Member of the Board of Directors in May 2004.

Director Maria Teodora Cardoso
Maria Teodora Cardoso
Director. Ms. Teodora Cardoso graduated in Economics from the Instituto Superior de Ciências Económicas e Financeiras.
She was appointed Member of the Board of Directors of Banco de Portugal in June 2008.

Qatar:    Qatar Central Bank

http://www.qcb.gov.qa/English/AboutQCB/ ... ctors.aspx

 
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Board Of Directors

    * H.E. Sheikh Abdullah Saoud Al-Thani

      The Governor - Chairman of the Board of Directors

    * H.E. Sheikh Fahad Faisal Al-Thani

      Deputy Governor - Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors

    * H.E. Dr. lbrahim Al-lbrahim

      Secretary General, The General Secretariat for Development Planning - Member

    * H.E. Mr. Khalaf Ahmad Almanai

      Under Secretary, Ministry of Economy and Finance - Member

    * H.E. Mr. Mohamed Hassan Al Saadi

      Assistant Under Secretary, Ministry of Business and Trade - Member


Romania:    National Bank of Romania

http://www.bnro.ro/The-Board-of-Directors--1320.aspx

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The Board of Directors

Pursuant to Law No. 312/2004, the NBR is headed by the Board of Directors consisting of nine members who are elected by the Parliament of Romania, following the nominations by the standing committees of the two Chambers of the Parliament, for a renewable five year-period. The nine-strong Board includes four NBR executives, i.e. the Governor and the three Deputy Governors (of whom one is First Deputy Governor), and five members that are not on the payroll of the NBR. Pursuant to the law, Board members shall not be MPs, members of a political party, Court officials or public servants.

The NBR Board is composed of:

    * Governor - Mugur Isărescu, Member of the Romanian Academy
    * First Deputy Governor - Prof. Florin Georgescu, Ph.D.
    * Deputy Governor - Bogdan Olteanu
    * Deputy Governor - Cristian Popa, Ph.D.
    * Member - Prof. Marin Dinu, Ph.D.
    * Member - Prof. Nicolae Dănilă, Ph.D.
    * Member - Prof. Virgiliu Stoenescu, Ph.D.
    * Member - Agnes Nagy, Ph.D. Lecturer
    * Member - Napoleon Pop, Ph.D.


Russia:    Central Bank of Russia

http://www.cbr.ru/eng/today/directors_board/

 
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Board of Directors of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation
 
Members of the Board of Directors       Position       Appointment Date*

Sergey M. Ignatiev       Chairman of the Bank of Russia       
June 24, 2009

Georgy I. Luntovsky       First Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia       
June 27, 2007

Gennady G. Melikyan       First Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia       
April 19, 2006

Alexey V. Ulyukaev       First Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia       
April 25, 2008

Viktor N. Melnikov       Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia       
October 18, 2006

Lyudmila I. Gudenko (Mrs)    Chief Accountant — Director of the Accounting and Reporting Department, Bank of Russia       
October 18, 2006

Nadezhda Yu. Ivanova (Mrs)       Director, General Economic Department, Bank of Russia       
April 19, 2006

Alexey Y. Simanovsky       Director, Banking Regulation and Supervision Department, Bank of Russia       
January 26, 2007

Mikhail I. Sukhov       Director, Credit Institutions Licensing and Financial Rehabilitation Department, Bank of Russia       January 26, 2007

Nadezhda A. Savinskaya (Mrs)       Head of St.Petersburg Main Territorial Branch of the Bank of Russia       October 18, 2006

Konstantin B. Shor       Head of the Moscow Main Territorial Branch of the Bank of Russia       
October 18, 2006

Sergey A. Shvetsov       Director, Market Operations Department, Bank of Russia       
February 11, 2009

Rwanda:    National Bank of Rwanda

http://www.bnr.rw/governance.aspx

 
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The Current Governor
Mr. François KANIMBA

Mr. François KANIMBA was born at South Province, Nyamagabe District - Rwanda, on 18th March 1958. After being awarded a Diploma of Engineer in Statistic Works in 1980 from the  “Institut Africain et Mauricien de Statistique et d'Economie Appliquée“ (IAMSEA) at Kigali - Rwanda, he continued his studies at «Centre Européen de Formation des Statisticiens -Economistes des Pays en Voie de Développement » in Paris - France where he got a degree of Engineer in Statistics & Economics in 1983.
From 1984 to 1995 he has been working in the Rwandan Ministry of Planning, where he was respectively appointed as Director General of Planning, Director General of Statistics,Director General of Economic Policy and Director General of the Minisitry of Planning.

In November 1995 he joined the World Bank, Kigali as Senior Economist; he served this institution until his appointment as the First Vice-Governor of the National Bank of Rwanda on 20th June 2000. He was nominated as Governor of the National Bank of Rwanda on 29th March 2002 for six years effective from April 6,2002. His term has been renewed since March 2008.

 Past Governors

1. J. A BRANDON: 1964-1965

2. HATTORI: 1965-1971

3. J.B. BIRARA: 1971-1985

4. Augustin RUZINDANA: 1985-1990

5.Denis NTIRUGIRIMBABAZI: 1991-1994

6. Gérard NIYITEGEKA: 1994-1995

7. François MUTEMBEREZI: 1996-2002

 :: Board of Directors
1. Mr. KANIMBA François, Governor
2. Ambassador GATETE Claver, Vice-Governor
3. Mr MUSAFIRI Prosper
4. Dr. NDAGIJIMANA Uzziel
5. Mrs.UWAMARIYA Odette
6. Mrs. KYATENGWA Lilian
:: Committee of Auditors
1. Mr. TWAHIRWA Manassé
2. Mrs. NIRERE Madeleine


San Marino:    Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino

http://www.bcsm.sm/index.php?option=com ... Itemid=259


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Governing bodies     
SHAREHOLDERS’ MEETING
State (Republic of San Marino – Eccellentissima Camera) - 70%
Cassa di Risparmio della Repubblica di S. Marino - 14%
Banca di San Marino - 6%
Banca Agricola Commerciale - 5%
Credito Industriale Sammarinese - 5%  

GOVERNING COUNCIL
Ezio Paolo Reggia - Chairman
Nazzareno Bugli - Vice Chairman
Orietta Berardi - Member
Stefano Bizzocchi - Member
Marco Mularoni - Member
Aldo Simoncini - Member

DIRECTOR GENERAL
Luca Papi - Director General *

SUPERVISION COMMITEE
Luca Papi - Chairman *
Francesco Ielpo - Inspector
Luciano Murtas - Inspector *
Andrea Vivoli - Inspector

BOARD OF AUDITORS
Irene Lonfernini - Chairman
Massimo Francioni - Auditor
Guido Zafferani - Auditor


Samoa:    Central Bank of Samoa

http://www.cbs.gov.ws/

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Central Bank of Samoa Governor

Mr. Leasi Papali'i Tommy Scanlan
Established in 1984, the Central Bank of Samoa was first headed by Mr. W.E. Davies; (seconded from the Reserve Bank of Australia) under International Monetary Fund funding. Mr. Davies left  Samoa in early 1987 to be replaced by Mr. J.A. Howard of the Bank of England, also funded by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Mr. Scanlan joined the Central Bank (from Treasury) in late 1984, as Assistant Manager of the Bank's International Department. Prior to that, he was a Project Officer for the South Pacific Bureau for Economic Cooperation (SPEC), now the Forum Secretariat, in Suva Fiji from 1981-1984.

Mr. Scanlan  took over (from a Pakistani national) as Manager of the International Department in 1987 and was appointed to the post of Deputy Chief Executive in November 1988.

In April 1989, Mr. Papali'i T.  Scanlan became the first Samoan to be appointed as Chief Executive of the Central Bank of Samoa on the completion of Mr. Howard's contract. And, following amendment of the Central Bank Act 1984, Mr Scanlan became Governor and Chairman of the Bank's Board in 2001.  

Now Mr. Scanlan has served with the Central Bank of Samoa for 18 years with 14 years as Chief Executive of the Bank.  

Mr. Scanlan graduated in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Mr. Scanlan is married with 6 children.  His main hobbies are  tennis, golf and rugby.

The following Chart "Central Bank Structure" gives the organizational structure of the Central Bank at the end of June 2003.

Source: Banking & Corporate Services Department
Last Updated: 28 August, 2009

Central Bank of Samoa Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of the Central Bank is responsible for the policy and the general administration of the general administration of the Central Bank. Moreover, the Board may exercise any of its powers under the Central Bank Act 1984; it may make bylaws for the conduct of its business, and can issue directives for the purpose of effecting the provisions of the Act and other related legislations.

The Members of the Board are appointed by the Head of State, acting upon the advice of Cabinet. Following important amendments to the Central Bank Act on 6 September, 2001, the Board comprises of the Governor of the Central Bank who is the Chairman of the Board, the Financial Secretary and three other independent Board members, who shall be citizens of Samoa and include one or more persons having industrial or commercial or agricultural  experience.

Standing: Muliagatele L. MacDonald, Lealiie'e R. Ott, Leasi Papali'i T. Scanlan
Seated: Hinauri Petana, Norman Wetzell

The Governor shall serve as the Chief Executive of the Bank, and is responsible for the execution of the Bank's policies and for the efficient management of the Bank. In doing so, the Chief Executive must follow any general or special directions given to him by the Board.

Muliagatele Leki MacDonald, a prominent businessman and Mr. Norman Wetzell, the President of the Samoa Chamber of Commerce, were appointed as independent Members of the Board in August and November 2006 respectively. They, together with another independent Member, Lealiiee Rudy Ott, the Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Finance, Ms Hinauri Petana and the Governor of the Central Bank, Papali'i Tommy Scanlan, complete the membership of the Board.

Source: Banking & Corporate Services Department
Last Updated: 28 August, 2009


Saudi Arabia:    Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency

http://www.sama-ksa.org/sites/SAMAEN/Ab ... ement.aspx

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Governor    Dr. Muhammad Al-Jasser,            
Since February 28, 2009.    
Vice Governor    

Dr. Abdulrahman  A. Al-Hamidy,    
Since Aug 30, 2009.    
Deputy governor for technical affairs    

Dr. Abdulrahman  A. Al-Kalaf,        
Since Nov 14, 2009.    
Deputy Governor For Administration and Finance    

Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Nassar,            
Since Nov 14, 2009.    
Board of Directors    Governor, ex-officio Chairman of the Board. Vice Governor, ex-officio member and vice chairman

Three nominated members from the private sector.    
Term of Appointment    4 years for Governor and Vice-Governor, extendable by Royal Decree, and 5 years for the other members, extendable by Royal Decree.    
          
Former Governors:         
Hamad Ibn Saud Al-Sayari    1983-2009    
Abdul Aziz Al-Quraishi    1974-1983    
Anwer Ali    1958-1974    
Ralph Standish    1954-1958    
George A. Bowlers    1952-1954


Senegal:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)


Serbia:    National Bank of Serbia

http://www.nbs.rs/export/internet/english/10/10_4.html

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Council of the National Bank of Serbia

DEJAN ŠOŠKIĆ (NBS Council chairman) was born in Belgrade in 1967. He graduated in 1989 from Belgrade University, Faculty of Economics, and obtained his MSc degree in 1993 and PhD degree in 1999 from the same Faculty. Currently he is a part-time professor at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade. As a lecturer at graduate and MBA courses at the University of Nebraska, Omaha, Mr Šoškić taught financial markets and institutions, financial management and international business and economy. In 2002, he was a guest lecturer at universities of New Haven, Rhode Island and Berkeley, USA. He attended specialised financial market courses at US universities (in 1994, 1998 and 2002) and the Swiss National Bank (in 2001). Mr Šoškić is a Fulbright alumnus and member of the Presidency of the Scientific Association of Economists. He served as a special financial markets advisor in the National Bank of Yugoslavia (end-2000–2002), economic policy advisor in the EU Policy and Legal Advice Centre (2002-2003), and was a member of the Council of the National Bank of Serbia (2003-2004). He authored the book “Securities: Portfolio Management and Investment Funds”, and co-authored publications such as: “Financial Markets and Institutions”, “Economic Statistics” and “Stock Exchange Glossary”. He has published more than 40 articles and papers in the field of financial markets and institutions and transition in Serbia.

MILOJKO ARSIĆ (NBS Council member)was born in 1964 in the municipality of Rudo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the University in Belgrade in 1989. He obtained his MSc degree in 1996 and PhD degree in 2006 from the same Faculty.Between 1989 and 1992 he was employed in the Institute of Statistics of the Federal Bureau of Statistics, and later on in the Bureau for Development of the Republic of Serbia. From early 1992 until 2007 he worked with several interruptions in service for the consulting agency CES MECON. Between 2001 and 2002 and during 2007-2008 he was special advisor to the Minister of Finance. From 2003 to 2004 he was Vice-Governor in the National Bank of Serbia in charge of monetary policy and research. Since June 2008, Mr Arsić is Assistant Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics of the University in Belgrade and teaches public finance and fiscal policy. He published many articles and participated in a number of projects in the area of macroeconomics, fiscal and monetary policy, and structural reforms policy.

KOSTA JOSIFIDIS (NBS Council member) was born in 1953. In 1976 he graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Subotica, where he also earned a PhD Degree in Economics. During his university career, Mr Josifidis published several textbooks and monographs and over 100 scientific and research papers on macroeconomics, transition economies and globalization, political economy and methodologies in economics. Currently, he teaches macroeconomics, economics and political economy at Novi Sad University. In addition to his rich experience and membership in international professional organizations, Mr Josifidis discharged quite a number of significant functions, such as, assistant director for scientific research at the Institute for International Economic Relations in Novi Sad, vice-dean of the Faculty of Economics in Subotica, vice-chancellor of Novi Sad University and president of the Association of Economists of Vojvodina. From 1990 to 1993 he was a member of the National Bank of Vojvodina Council.

ZORICA MLADENOVIĆ (NBS Council member)was born in Belgrade in 1965. She obtained her PhD degree in 1994 from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade where she has been working since 1989. In 2005, she became University Professor of Econometrics. The principal field of research of Dr Mladenovic is econometric analysis of macroeconomic and financial time series. Her scientific papers were published in the Journal of Macroeconomics, Journal of Comparative Economics, European Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking and International Research Journal of Finance and Economics. Apart from authoring a monograph entitled Macroeconometric Modelling–Contemporary Methods and co-authoring a monograph Macroeconometric Modelling of Serbia’s Economy, she contributed whole chapters to five other monographs, including International Macroeconomics: Recent Developments. Dr Mladenović is also a co-author of the university textbooks Introduction into Econometrics and Analysis of Time Series: Examples from Serbian Economy. Her work was presented in numerous conferences (Econometric Society World Congress, Econometric Society European Meeting, Session of International Statistical Institute, EACES Conference, etc.). She lectured at the European University Institute in Florence and Oxford University, and participated in several projects in the area of macroeconomics.  

NENAD VUNjAK (NBS Council member) was born in 1951 in Gornja Rogatica, Municipality of Bačka Topola, Republic of Serbia. He finished grammar school in Bačka Topola in 1970, and graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Subotica in 1974. He earned his Masters degree in Economics in 1976 and defended his PhD thesis in 1979.
In 1992, he was appointed full professor at the Faculty of Economics, University in Novi Sad to teach finance and bank management related subjects. In addition to his research work and teaching at the university, Mr. Vunjak performed a number of important social duties and engaged in various economic functions. During the period since 1976, Mr. Vunjak acted as finance manager in bankruptcy proceedings against Subotica-based shoe factory ”Solid“ and Leather Company „Jugokoža“, was President of the Executive Council of the Socialist Municipality of Subotica, and Director of the Main Branch of Vojvodjanska banka in Subotica.   Between 2001 and 2003 he was a delegate in the Council of Citizens of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and a delegate in the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina since 2007.
As a professor at the Faculty of Economics in Subotica and the Educational Department of the Faculty of Economics in Novi Sad, Mr. Vunjak now teaches business finance, banking, financial market and stock exchanges, corporate and investment banking. He has published over 150 research papers and participated in numerous scientific events in the country and abroad. He has published 12 text books in the area of finance, banking and stock exchange operations. Mr Vunjak is also a certified auditor and Head of the Department of Finance, Banking, Accounting and Auditing at the Faculty of Economics, as well as a member of the Humanities Council at the Novi Sad University.

 Management of the Bank
Governor Radovan Jelašić

Guverner Radovan JelašićRADOVAN JELAŠIC was born in 1968 in Baya, Hungary. In 1992 he graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Economics and went on to take a Master's degree in Business Finance at the University of Ill

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Sweden:    Sveriges Riksbank
http://www.riksbank.com/

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The Executive Board

The Riksbank is led by an Executive Board of six members. The members of the Executive Board are appointed by the General Council, which in turn is appointed by the Riksdag, the Swedish parliament. The Executive Board is responsible for the bank’s entire operations, that is to say, monetary policy, issues of financial stability, market operations and the payment system. The Executive Board is also responsible for the Bank’s administration and budget. The members are responsible for preparing matters concerning different areas of the bank’s operations prior to board decisions.
 
The members of the Executive Board are appointed for a period of five or six years according to a rolling schedule. Usually, one member of the Board will be re-elected or a new member elected each year. One of the Board members is appointed Governor of the Riksbank.
 
The Executive Board makes decisions collectively at its meetings, which are usually held on alternate Thursdays. The Chairman and Vice Chairman of the General Council have the right to attend and speak at Executive Board meetings, but not the right to vote or make proposals. Prior to making important monetary policy decisions, the Riksbank is required to inform the Government. The Executive Board presents a written report on monetary policy to the Riksdag Finance Committee twice a year.
 
An Executive Board member may not be a member of the Riksdag, a Government minister, an employee of the Government Offices, be employed at central administration by a political party, a member or deputy member of the board of directors of a company under the supervision of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen), or hold any other employment or assignment that would make him/her unsuitable for the appointment of member of the Executive Board.
 
The Executive Board has a quorum when at least half of its members are present.  However, matters that require urgent treatment may be decided upon by two members if they are in agreement. In the event of equal votes, the Chairman of the Executive Board (the Riksbank Governor) has the casting vote.


The Executive Board

    *

      Stefan Ingves
    *

      Lars Nyberg
    *

      Lars E.O. Svensson
    *

      Barbro Wickman-Parak
    *

      Svante Öberg
    *

      Karolina Ekholm

The General Council consists of eleven members and as many deputies. Its members are appointed by Parliament (the Riksdag) and have a term of office corresponding to the general election period. The General Council selects from among its number a Chairman and a Vice Chairman.

 
Regular members

Johan Gernandt, Chairman (M)

Leif Pagrotsky, Vice Chairman (S)  
Sinikka Bohlin (S)
Peter Egardt (M)
Susanne Eberstein (S)
Bo Bernhardsson (S)
Elizabeth Nyström (M)
Anders Flanking (C)
Allan Widman (FP)
Kjell Nordström (S)
Ebba Lindsö (KD)
 
Deputy members

Pär Nuder (S)
Anne-Katrine Dunker (M)
Carin Lundberg (S)
Stephan Tolstoy (M)
Fredrik Olovsson (S)
Lena Sommestad (S)
Ulla Löfgren (M)
Håkan Larsson (C)
Carl B Hamilton (FP)
Tommy Waidelich (S)
Ulf Perbo (KD)
 
Political affiliation:

S: Social Democratic Party
M: Moderate Party
C: Centre Party
KD: Christian Democrats
FP: Liberal Party


Switzerland:    Swiss National Bank

http://www.snb.ch/en/iabout/snb

   
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Members of the Governing Board
   Philipp Hildebrand, Chairman of the Governing Board, Zurich
   Thomas Jordan, Vice Chairman of the Governing Board, Berne
   Jean-Pierre Danthine, Member of the Governing Board, Zurich

Bank Council (as at 17 February 2010)
   Function
   Hansueli Raggenbass: President of the Bank Council, initial election 2001, current election 2008
   Jean Studer: Vice-President of the Bank Council, initial election 2007, current election 2008
   Gerold Bührer: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2008
   Rita Fuhrer: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2008
   Dr. Konrad Hummler: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2004, current election 2008
   Prof. Dr. Armin Jans: Mitglied des Bankrats, erstmalige Wahl 1999, letztmalige Wahl 2008
   Daniel Lampart: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2007, current election 2008
   Franz Marty: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 1998, current election 2008
   Laura Sadis: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2007, current election 2008
   Olivier Steimer: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2009
   Fritz Studer: Member of the Bank Council, initial election 2004, current election 2008

Tajikistan:    National Bank of Tajikistan

http://nbt.tj/?lang=en

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List of management of structural subdivisions of the National Bank of Tajikistan

 

   
1. Sharif Rahimzoda
    Reception-room: + (992 44) 600-32-01; 600-32-09    

Chairman of the National Bank of Tajikistan
2. _________________
    Tel:
   

First Deputy Chairman of the National Bank of Tajikistan
3. Yusufiyon Jamshed
    Tel: + (992 44) 600-32-02
    Reception-room: + (992 44) 600-32-03
    E-mail: A_Kurbanov@nbt.tj    
Press-secretary
24. Sultonov Mirzohasan Barotovich
      Tel: + (992 44) 600-31-96    Head of Translations Division



Tanzania:    Bank of Tanzania

http://www.bot-tz.org/

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Board Members
Prof. Benno Ndulu - Governor, Chairman
Mr. Juma H. Reli - Deputy Governor, Vice Chairman    
Mr. Enos Bukuku - Deputy Governor, Vice Chairman    
Mr. Lila H. Mkila - Deputy Governor   
Mr. K. M. Omar - Principal Secretary to the Treasury (RGZ)
Dr. N. E. Mwamba - Director Permanent Secretary to the Treasury (URT)    
Prof. H. Amani - Director    
Mr. A. Mufuruki - Director
Mr. A. Mtengeti - Secretary to the Bank


Thailand:    Bank of Thailand

http://www.bot.or.th/English/AboutBOT/E ... utive.aspx

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Governor   
   Mrs.Tarisa Watanagase   0-2283-5001   BandidN@bot.or.th
1.1 Assistant Governor   
Monetary Policy Group
   Mr.Paiboon Kittisrikangwan   0-2283-5100   SuchartS@bot.or.th
Director   
Monetary Policy Department
   Mr.Amporn Sangmanee   0-2283-5499   ChirathS@bot.or.th
Director   
Economic Research Department
   Mr.Titanun Mallikamas   0-2356-7874   SuchadaK@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Financial Markets and Reserve Management Department
   Miss Wongwatoo Potirat   0-2283-5488   vachiraa@bot.or.th
1.3     Director   
Financial Risk Management and Operations Department
   Mr.Ronadol Numnonda   0-2283-5922   KrirkV@bot.or.th
2.1 Assistant Governor   
Financial Institutions Policy Group
   Miss Pimpa Thawarayut   0-2283-5005   NawaporM@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Prudential Policy Department
   Mrs.Pongpen Ruengvirayudh   0-2283-5401   SorasitS@bot.or.th
Director   
Planning and Development Department
   Mr.Vichit Kornvityakoon   0-2283-5922   NiramonA@bot.or.th
Director   
Specialized Financial Institutions and Non-bank Examination Department
   Mr.Padoongsak Tiensuwan   0-2283-6940   Jaturonj@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Financial Institutions Monitoring and Analysis Department
   Mrs. Ruchukorn Siriyodhin   0-2283-5820   SalineeW@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Onsite Examination Department 2
   Mr.Satorn Topothai   0-2356-7225   atchanaw@bot.or.th
3.1 Assistant Governor   
Strategic Capabilities Group
   Mr.Vichan Amorojanavong   0-2283-6901   SomchaiS@bot.or.th
Director   
Strategic Services Department
   Miss Matana Waitayakomol   0-2283-6900   PiengtaD@bot.or.th
Director   
Accounting Department
   Mrs.Sarida Sangchant   0-2283-5570   ChimT@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Payment Systems Department
   Miss Charinya Kaewmanee   0-2283-5009   AmaraS@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Information Technology Department
   Miss Sibporn Thavornchan   0-2283-6005   NoppornP@bot.or.th
Director   

Deposits and Debt Instruments Department
   (Vacant)   0-2283-5440   
Director   
General Administration and Procurement Department
   Mrs.Nantinee Chatchayanusorn   0-2283-5201   MontreeW@bot.or.th
Director   

Security Department
   Mr.Anothai Khunorn   0-2356-7966   ChantavS@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Northeastern Region Office
   Miss Nopawan Mahamusik   0-4324-2357   NiruthR@bot.or.th
3.4 Assistant Governor   
Banknote Management Group
   Mrs.Chittima Duriyaprapan   0-2356-8101   AnucharC@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Note Printing Works
   Mr.Priyavat Chainuvat   0-2356-8201   WoraporT@bot.or.th
Director   
Accounting and Supply Department
   Mr.Ruengsak Kittisarakul   0-2356-8601   BoonlerT@bot.or.th
3.5 Assistant Governor   
Management  Assistance Group
   Mr. Arkabusk Krairiksh   0-2283-5101   WantanaH@bot.or.th
Director   
Bank of Thailand Museum
   Mrs. Supawadee Punsri   0-2283-5281   supawadp@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Legal and Litigation Department
   Mr. Chanchai Boonritchaisri   0-2283-5706   TonguraL@bot.or.th
Senior Director   
Fund Operation Department
 
   Mrs.Povongtip Poramapojn   0-2356-7110   weerachs@bot.or.th
5. Senior Director   
Internal Audit Department
   Mr.Phong-Adul Kristnaraj   0-2283-5702   duangmav@bot.or.th

Togo:    Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

Tonga:    National Reserve Bank of Tonga

http://www.reservebank.to/



Trinidad and Tobago:    Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

http://www.central-bank.org.tt/

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Mr. Williams was appointed Governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago in mid- 2002.

Prior to this, he worked for thirty years at the International Monetary Fund, completing his career there as Deputy Director of the Western Hemisphere Department. In this capacity, he was one of four senior managers responsible for the IMF's work in Latin America and the Caribbean. In 1994/5, Mr. Williams led the IMF team in negotiations with the Mexican government during the economic crisis in that country.

He was the main architect of the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC) which was established in Barbados in 2001 by the IMF and other multilateral and bilateral agencies to help in capacity building in public finance, banking and statistics in the region.

Ms. Joan John
Deputy Governor Operations, Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

Dr. Shelton Nicholls
Deputy Governor Research & Policy, Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

Mr. Carlyle Greaves
Director of Planning, University of the West Indies; Former Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Planning and Development and Member of the Central Bank Board.

Ms. Amelia Carrington
Attorney-at-Law. Former Solicitor General; Chairman Tax Appeal Board; Chairman, Advisory Town Planning Panel; and Member, Public Service Appeal Board.

Ms. Barbara Chatoor
Former Executive Director of the South Chamber of Industry and Commerce Inc. and Private Secretary to His Excellency the President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Mr. Norris Campbell
Corporate Secretary, Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited

Professor Selwyn Cudjoe
Professor, African Studies, Wellesley College, Massachusetts.

Mrs. Alison Lewis
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance.

Tunisia:    Central Bank of Tunisia

http://www.bct.gov.tn/bct/siteprod/engl ... gramme.jsp

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The Central Bank of Tunisia (French: Banque Centrale de Tunisie, BCT) is the central bank of Tunisia. The bank is located in Tunis and its current governor is Taoufik Baccar.

Turkey:    Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

http://www.tcmb.gov.tr

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CENTRAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY

(Türkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez Bankası)

Head Office

İstiklal Cad. 10 Ulus, 06100 Ankara, Turkey

Phone : (90 312) 507 5000

Facsimile : (90 312) 507 5640

Telex : 44033 mbrt tr; 44031 mbdı tr

World Wide Web Home Page : http://www.tcmb.gov.tr

E-mail : info@tcmb.gov.tr

SWIFT : TCMB TR 2A

EFT : 0001

Reuters Dealing : CBTA

Ownership : Established as a joint-stock company, majority of shares belonging to Treasury (%54,73)

Type of Operation : Central Bank

Number of Employees : ~4770

GOVERNOR

Durmuş Yılmaz

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

M.Vehbi Çıtak

Dr. Lokman Gündüz

Prof. Dr. Turalay Kenç

Prof. Dr. M. İlker Parasız

Necati Şahin

Prof. Dr. Necdet Şensoy

MEMBERS OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE

Mehmet Tüfekçi

Mustafa Saim Uysal

Abdullah Yalçın

DEPUTY GOVERNORS

Dr. Erdem Başçı

Burhan Göklemez

Dr. Mehmet Yörükoğlu

Dr. M. İbrahim Turhan

MONETARY POLICY COMMITTEE

Durmuş Yılmaz

Dr. Erdem Başçı

Burhan Göklemez

Dr. Mehmet Yörükoğlu

Dr. M. İbrahim Turhan

Prof. Dr. Turalay Kenç

Prof. Dr. Abdullah Yavaş

HEAD OF DEPARTMENTS

Accounting : İrfan Yanar (Telephone: 5077101)

Audit :  Dr. Bilal San (Telephone: 5076201 - 5076202)

Banking and Financial Institutions : - (Telephone: 5075753)

Banknote Printing Works : Selahattin Akkaş (Telephone:2132885)

Communications and Foreign Relations : Hüseyin Zafer (Telephone: 5075503 - 5075504)

Construction & Procurement : Emin Keskin (Telephone: 5076701)

Informatics Technology :Ömer Öztürk - (Telephone: 5075951)

Human Resources : Mustafa Alim Çiçek (Telephone: 5076403)

Issue : Mehmet Sertbudak (Telephone: 5076251)

Legal : Mustafa Kudret Mennan (Telephone: 5075901)

Markets : Çiğdem Köse (Telephone: 5075050)

Research and Monetary Policy : Dr Ali Hakan Kara (Telephone: 5075402)

Security & Defence : Halit Yıldırım (Telephone: 5076351)

Statistics : Dr Ahmet Nuri Kıpıcı (Telephone: 5076901)

Workers' Remittances : Ergün Anasoy (Telephone: 5077001)


Uganda:    Bank of Uganda

http://www.bou.or.ug/bouwebsite/opencms/bou/home.html

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The  Board of Directors
The  members of the  Board of Directors of the Bank of Uganda are:
    *
      Mr. Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile - Governor  and Chairman (serving a second 5 year  term of office  from 12th Jan 2006)
    *
      Dr. Louis Kasekende - Deputy Governor and Deputy Chairman (serving a second 5 year  term of office  from  Jan 2010)
    *
      Mr. C. Kassami - Secretary to Treasury  ( appointed from 5th June 2007)
    *
      Mr. Waswa Balunywa ( appointed from 5th June 2007)
    *
      Mrs. Benigna Mukiibi ( appointed from 5th June 2007)
    *
      Mr. Manzi Tumubweine ( appointed from 5th June 2007)


Ukraine:    National Bank of Ukraine

http://www.bank.gov.ua/Engl/default.htm

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Council Members of the National Bank of Ukraine

Name
DANYLENKO
Anatoliy Ivanovych    
Decree of the President of Ukraine No. 384/2005 of  February 28, 2005

FEDORENKO
Anatoliy Vasyliovych    
Decree of the  President of Ukraine No. 384/2005 of  February 28, 2005

HEYETS
Valeriy Mykhailovych    
Decree of the President of Ukraine No. 384/2005 of  February 28, 2005

HONCHAROV
Mykhailo Olexandrovych    
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 560-V of January 11, 2007

HORBAL
Vasyl Mykhailovych    
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 560-V of January 11, 2007

KLUIEV
Serhii Petrovych    
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 560-V of January 11, 2007

KOLESNIKOV
Borys Viktorovych    
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 560-V of January 11,

ONISHCHUK
Mykola Vasyliovych    
Decree of the  President of Ukraine No. 384/2005 of  February 28, 2005

SABLUK
Petro Trokhymovych    
Decree of the  President of Ukraine No. 384/2005 of  February 28, 2005

POLIACHENKO
Volodymyr  Avrumovych    
Decree of the  President of Ukraine No. 448/2008 of 16.05.2008

POLUNEIEV
Juri Volodymyrovych    
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 504-V1 of September 05, 2008

POROSCHENKO
Petro Oleksiyovych
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 560-V of January 11, 2007
The Chairman of the Council (Resolution of the Council of the National Bank of Ukraine No.4 of February 23, 2007)

PRASOLOV
Ihor Mykolaiovych    
Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine No. 560-V of January 11,2007
The Deputy-Chairman of the Council (Resolution of the Council of the National Bank of Ukraine No.4 of February 23, 2007)

STELMAKH
Volodymyr Semenovych    
Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine

YATSENIUK
Arseniy Petrovych    
Decree of the  President of Ukraine No. 782/2006 of  September 25, 2006

Board of the National Bank of Ukraine

Board members
Position
   
Date of appointment (approval)
Volodymyr S.Stelmakh    Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine    

16.12.2004
Anatoly V.Shapovalov    First Vice-Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine    

25.02.2005
Volodymyr L.Krotyuk    Vice-Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine    

28.08.2000
Vasyl V.Pasichnyk    Vice-Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine    

12.11.2009
Pavlo M.Senyshch Vice-Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine
   
17.02.2000
Victor M.Kravets    Executive Director on Issues of Payment Systems and Settlements    

21.02.2005
Oleh V.Dashchenko    Executive Director on Issues of Cash Circulation    

28.01.2008
Mykola P.Lavruk    Executive Director on Administrative Issues    

21.02.2005
Ihor A.Shumylo    Executive Director on  Economic Issues      

12.11.2003
Natalija I.Hrebenyk    Director Monetary Policy Department    

04.02.2000
Ihor M.Ivanyuk    Director Personnel Department
   
30.08.2000
Olha M.Kandybka    Director Financial Department
   
15.05.2001
Victorl V.Novikov    Director Legal Department    

12.11.2009
Vira I.Rychakivska    Chief accountant - Director Accounting Department    

28.02.2000
Anatolii S.Savchenko    Director Information Department    

04.02.2000
Anatolii I.Stepanenko    Branch Head of the National Bank of Ukraine Division in Kyiv and Kyiv region


United Arab Emirates:    Central Bank of United Arab Emirates

http://www.centralbank.ae/index.php

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Board of Directors and Senior Management
Board of Directors
CHAIRMAN
H. E Khalil Mohammed Sharif Foulathi

Vice Chairman
H. E. Dr Omar Mohammed Ahmed Bin Sulaiman

GOVERNOR
H. E. Sultan Bin Nasser Al Suwaidi

MEMBERS
Younis Haji Al Khoori
Mubarak Rashid Al Mansouri
Hilal Khalfan bin Dhahir Al Muhairi
Khalid Mohammed Salem Balama

Senior Management
Deputy Governor
Mohammed Ali Bin Zayed Al Falasi

United Kingdom:    Bank of England

http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/about/people/index.htm

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Governors, Advisers and Directors
Mervyn Allister King
Charles Bean
Paul Tucker

Mervyn King
Governor    

Charles Bean
Deputy Governor

Monetary Policy    
Paul Tucker
Deputy Governor

Financial Stability
Adviser to the Governor
Graham Nicholson
        
      
Executive Directors
Mr Andrew Bailey
Spencer Dale
Mr John Footman
Andrew Bailey    
Spencer Dale    
John Footman
Andy Haldane
Mr Paul Fisher
Warwick Jones
Andy Haldane    
Paul Fisher    
Warwick Jones

Monetary Policy Committee Members
Mervyn Allister King
Mr Charles Bean
Mr Paul Tucker
Mervyn King    
Charles Bean    
Paul Tucker
Mr Spencer Dale
Mr Paul Fisher
Ms Kate Barker
David Miles
Adam Posen
Andrew Sentance
Prof. David Miles    
Dr. Adam Posen    
Dr. Andrew Sentance





United States:    Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Washington)

http://www.federalreserve.gov/

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Members of the Board


Ben S. Bernanke
Chairman    

Donald L. Kohn
Vice Chairman    

Kevin M. Warsh
Elizabeth A. Duke
Photo of Daniel K. Tarullo
Daniel K. Tarullo

United States:  Federal Reserve System of New York

http://www.newyorkfed.org/aboutthefed/o ... ctors.html

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Board of Directors
 
Terms expire December 31 of the year indicated.
 
     
Class A
   elected by member banks to represent member banks    
Richard L. Carrión (bio) 2010
Chief Executive Officer and Chairman
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico
Charles V. Wait (bio) 2011
President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board
The Adirondack Trust Company
Jamie Dimon (bio) 2012
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
JPMorgan Chase
 
     
Class B
   elected by member banks to represent the public    
Jeffrey R. Immelt (bio) 2011
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
General Electric Company
Jeffrey B. Kindler (bio) 2012
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Pfizer
James S. Tisch (bio) 2010
President and Chief Executive Officer
Loews Corporation
 
     
Class C
   appointed by Board of Governors to represent the public    
Denis M. Hughes (bio) Chair, 2011
President
New York State AFL-CIO

Lee C. Bollinger (bio) Deputy Chair, 2012
President
Columbia University
Kathryn S. Wylde (bio) 2010
President and Chief Executive Officer
Partnership for New York City


Uruguay:    Central Bank of Uruguay

http://www.bcu.gub.uy/autoriza/sgoioi/authorities.html

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AUTHORITIES
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:       
   President:    Mario Bergara Duque
   Vicepresident:    
Vacancy
   Director:    
Jorge Luis Gamarra Sebastián  
        
SENIOR STAFF:       

Secretary General
Elizabeth Oria

Superintendent of Financial Services
Jorge Ottavianelli

 Economic Policy Advisor
Umberto Della Mea
Institutional Services
Walter Morales
Economic Policy and Markets
Alberto Graña

Auditor & General Inspector
Elizabeth Fungi

Legal Advisor
Hebert Bagnoli


 

Vanuatu:    Reserve Bank of Vanuatu

http://www.rbv.gov.vu/RBVDepartments.htm

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bkarae@rbv.gov.vu. and by phone on (678) 23333 Ext. 220. Odo Tevi. Governor. Reserve Bank of Vanuatu. 13 January 2010



Venezuela:    Central Bank of Venezuela

http://www.bcv.org.ve/EnglishVersion/c3 ... =directors

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President
 Gastón Luis Parra Luzardo became President of the
Central Bank of Venezuela on January 31 st, 2005.

He was born in Maracaibo, Zulia state, on December 9th, 1933.

He graduated in Economics and Social Sciences from the University of Zulia (LUZ) in 1963; Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Zulia , Venezuela (1999), Doctor Honoris Causa of the Simón Bolívar University, Colombia (1987), Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of the Atlantic , Colombia (1971), Professor at the University of Zulia (LUZ).

Professional Experience:

* President of the Central Bank of Venezuela , present.
* First Vice-President Manager of the Central Bank of Venezuela (2000-2005).
* President of Petróleos de Venezuela (2002).

University Directorships:

*Academic Vice-Rector at LUZ (1980-1984).
* Dean of the Economic and Social Science Faculty at LUZ (1972-1975).
* Director of the Post-Graduate course in Economics and Hydrocarbons Administration at the Central University of Venezuela (1976-1977).
*Director of the School of Economics at the University of Zulia (1969- 1972).
* Director of the Experimental Center of Latin American Studies, LUZ (1984-1989 and 1993-1996).

Teaching Career:

* Professor of Mining and Oil Economics, LUZ (1964-1985).
* Professor of Venezuela ’s Economic Problems, LUZ (1969-1972).
* Professor of Economic Integration, LUZ (1969-1979).
* Post-graduate professor of Oil Economics and Politics, LUZ
* Professor of Macroeconomics, LUZ (1971-1972).
* Professor of Venezuelan Economics I and II, LUZ (1986-1998).
* Professor at the “Simón Bolívar” University, Barranquilla , Colombia .
* Post-graduate professor of “Economics and Administration of Hydrocarbons”, UCV.

Among his published works are:

* “La Inversión Extranjera y sus efectos para los países de atraso económico”. 1973.
* “La Nacionalización Petrolera: ¿Para quién y para qué?, LUZ, 1974.
* “La Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales de la Universidad del Zulia contra el Sub-desarrollo”, LUZ, 1975.
* “Economía Minera y Petrolera”, LUZ, 1977.
* “El despojo de Venezuela. Los precios del Petróleo”, LUZ,1979.
* “La OPEP y la Economía Internacional “ LUZ, 1979.
* “El Desafío del Cartel Petrolero”, LUZ, 1981.
* “La Universidad Creativa”, LUZ, 1984.
> * “La Compleja Realidad de la Economía Venezolana”, 1990.
* “La economía venezolana 1989-1993”. Maracaibo: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Sociales de Luz., 1994.
* “Transformación e Integración Económica en América Latina”, LUZ, 1997.
* “De la Nacionalización a la Apertura Petrolera, Derrumbe de una esperanza”, 3ra edición LUZ, 1995.
* “La Apertura Petrolera. Conflictos y contradicciones”, LUZ, 1999.
* “Condiciones y Perspectivas del Crecimiento económico en Venezuela”, BCV 2002.
* “La apertura petrolera, los cambios mundiales y la economía venezolana”, Ediplus producción, C.A. Caracas. 2002.
* “La Constituyente. Renacer de una esperanza ¿Utopía?”, Ediplus Produccion, C.A. Caracas 2002.
* “La euforia neoliberal en Venezuela (1989-1993)”. Ediciones del Centro Experimental de Estudios Latinoamericanos de L.U.Z. Caracas 2003.

Professional Positions in Venezuela and Abroad:

* Member of the Presidential Commission for Oil Reversion, Caracas (1974)
* Member of the Board of Directors of the Latin American Social Science Council (1976-1983)
* Vice- President of the Committee of Directors of the Latin American Schools and Faculties of Economy (1975-1979).
* Coordinator: Event I Centenary of the Venezuelan Oil Industry (1977).
* Member of Conicit’s Economic Science Technical Committee (1981-1983).
* Member of the National Economic Council (1992 - 1996).
* Member of BCV’s Advisor Committee (1995 - 1998)
* Permanent Advisor to the National Economic Council from 1997.
* Constituent of the Republic of Venezuela , 1999.
* President of the Subcommittee of “tax system, monetary economy, hydrocarbon and mining.
* Coordinator of the Committee in charge of formulating BCV’s Law.
* Member of the Inter-Ministry Committee to Coordinate Criteria and Joined Examination of subjects related to Tax Regime of Activities related to Hydrocarbons, 2003.

Armando Rojas
Birth date: June 15, 1961

Economics graduate from the University of the Andes. Post-graduate student of Finance and Public Policy.

Among his professional responsibilities, most noteworthy have been:

• Chief Manager of the Urban Transport Project financed by the World Bank, Interamerican Development Bank – FONTUR.
• Coordinator of the Venezuelan Technical Mission, negotiator with the International Monetary Fund.
• General Director of CORDIPLAN.
• General Sector Director of Economic Policy.

Among his published works are: History of Public Finances in Venezuela, XX Century, Technical Equipment, National Academy of History, Banking and Financial Techniques.

He is currently director of the Banco Central de Venezuela, Professor of Macroeconomics and Economic Environment at the Venezuelan Institute of Planning and Professor of Finance at the Metropolitan University.

Rafeal Crazut
Born in 1926 in Churuguara, Falcón state.

Economics graduate from the Central University of Venezuela.

Doctor of Economy at the Central University of Venezuela. For 20 years he fulfilled the following roles in the Banco Central de Venezuela:

• Head of Economic Research Department.
• Head of Statistics Department.
• Deputy first Vice president.
• Vice president of Studies.
• Second Vice president.Professor at the Central University of Venezuela and member at the National Academy of Economic Sciences.

He was also secretary of the Presidency of the Venezuelan Corporation for National Development and Promotion and secretary of the National Economics Council.

Among his published works are: “Considerations on foreign investment in Venezuela”, “The Central Bank of Venezuela. Notes on its history and evolution”, “Manuel Egaña. Work and thoughts”, and “Ecology and economic development. Comments on the Venezuelan experience”.

   Bernardo Ferran
Born in 1914

Economics graduate from the Central University of Venezuela.

Doctor of Economic Sciences. Completed studies at the universities of the Sorbonne (France) and Cambridge (Great Britain).

He acted as coordinator of Economic Studies at the Banco Central de Venezuela between 1965 and 1974 and later as the institution’s economic and financial adviser. Among other roles, he has been member of the group of experts called together by the United Nations to prepare the new National Accounts System in 1965, 1966 and 1967. In 1967, the United Nations put him in charge of working out a social accounting system for developing countries. Director of the OPEC Center. Consultant to Cepal in 1959.

Professor at the Central University of Venezuela, where he was head of the Quantitative Economics Department. Member of the National Academy of Economic Sciences. Correspondent for the Institute of Development Studies of the University of Sussex (Great Britain). Professor of the Latin American Center of Monetary Studies. Ex-member of the American Economic Association, American Statistical Society and the Marshall Society (Cambridge).

He has led conferences in Venezuela and abroad and published various studies and books, such as “Prices and Petroleum”, “Compendium of the Venezuelan Economy”, “Econometric Model of the Venezuela Economy”, “Outline of a Model for one-year forecasts for the Venezuelan Economy”, “National Accounts Problems”, “Information and capital markets” and “Review of Income and Wealth, New Haven”.

Jose Alvarado
He was born on June 19 th, 1962.

He graduated in Economics from the Central University of Venezuela (UCV). Magíster Scientiarum in Economic Development at CENDES. Certificate of Advanced Studies in International Negotiations and Regional Integration (CEFIR, Uruguay).

Professional Experience:

* Vice-Minister of Economic Planning and Development at the Planning and Development Ministry (2003-2005).
* Member of the Board of Directors of “ Corporación Venezolana de Petróleo” (2003).
* Chief Director of “ Banco Industrial de Venezuela” (2005).
* Advisor of “ Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo-Ministry of Finance”(1999).
* Director of Employment and Productive Sectors at Cordiplan (1996-1997).
* Consultant of The Organization of American States and the Andean Development Corporation at Cordiplan (1993-1997).

Teaching Career:

* Post-graduate Professor of Macroeconomics in the Corporation Management course at UCAB (1999-2004).
* Professor of Introduction to Macroeconomics and Economic Policy at the” Instituto Venezolano de Planificación (IVEPLAN) and at CENDES.
* Professor of Macroeconomics for a period of 7 years in the School of Social Science at UCAB (1992-1999).

Jose Fernandez
 Venezuelan, was born in Anzoátegui State. Trade Union Leader of High Education Workers. He graduated in Economics from Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV).

• Director of Banco Central de Venezuela from 03/04/2008.
• Minister of Basic Industries and Mines (MPPIBAM) from 08/08/2006 a to 01/04/2008
• President of the National Assembly’s Cultural Patrimony Restoration Committee.
• Director of the National Assembly’s Cardiovascular Foundation
• President of the Venezuela/United Kingdom Friendship Group.
• Director of the National Assembly’s Parliamentary Foresight Institute.
• President of the Special Committee on Medical Society problems.
• Member of the Parliamentary Committee of MERCOSUR.
• Member of the Whole Social Development Standing Committee (2003-2006).
• President of the Whole Social Development Standing Committee (2002).
• Vice-president of the Whole Social Development Standing Committee (2000-2001).
• Elected as Main Deputy of the National Assembly representing MVR in the Capital District 2000-2006, 2006-2011.
• Secretary of the Citizen Participation and Social Policy Committee of the National Legislative Committee1999.
• President of the extinct Congress’s Social Affairs Committee (1999).
• Congress Deputy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela during the legislative period 1999-1999.
• Administrator of UCV´s School of Medicine.
• Ex-president of UCV’s Administrative Employees Association.

Haiman Troudi
He was born in Barinitas in 1970, Barinas state.

Professional Experience:
He graduated in systems engineering, he is also writer, planner, investigator and professor, and he has occupied different positions in the Venezuelan government.
• Planning and Development Minister 2008.
• Director of president Chávez’s Office 2005-2006.
• Secretary of Maisanta National Command during presidential referendum 2004
• Ex Director of National Presidential Relations 2004.
• Ex Planning Director of the Communication and Information Ministry 2003-2004.
• Ex counselor of the Planning and Development Ministry 2002-2003.
• Co-founder and member of the board of directors of Instituto Universitario de Tecnología de Barinas 2001.
• At present, member of the researchers team of Miranda International Center and is member of the Presidential Council for the third constituent engine “Moral y Luces”. Author, co-author and compiler of a variety of academic, political and literary works.

Among his published works are:
• Ser capitalista es un mal negocio, 2007.
• Empresas de producción social. Instrumento para el socialismo del siglo XXI, 2006.
• Para comprender la Revolución Bolivariana, (compiler 2005).
• El salto adelante, 2005.
• Herramientas para la participación, 2005.
• Historia de la Revolución Bolivariana, 2004-2005.
• Inteligencia social y sala situacional, 2004.
• Introducción a la educación en economía social y popular, 2004.

Principal Director of Banco Central de Venezuela, representing the National Executive.


Vietnam:    The State Bank of Vietnam

http://www.sbv.gov.vn/en/home/gtlanhdaodn.jsp

 
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Management Board of the State Bank of Vietnam

Mr. Nguyen Van Giau

Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam

Mr. Tran Minh Tuan

Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam

Mr. Dang Thanh Binh

Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam

Mr. Nguyen Dong Tien

Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam

Mr. Nguyen Toan Thang

Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam

Mr. Nguyen Van Binh

Deputy Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam



Yemen:    Central Bank of Yemen

http://www.centralbank.gov.ye/gov.aspx? ... &cattype=9

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The Governor
   
Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al-Samawi Biography

Name : Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al-Samawi

Place of Birth: Utuma, Yemen

Date of Birth: 1946

Secondary education : Cairo, Egypt

University : B.A.(Economics), Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt

Higher studies : Higher Studies Diploma, Kuwait

Higher Studies Diploma, U.K.

Positions held:

Ministry of Economy senior staff member
   

1968-1972

Chairman, Budget Central Bureau
   

1972-1973

Deputy Minister of Finance
   

1973-1976

Minister of Finance
   

1978-1980

Manager, Prime Minister's Office
   

1980-1983

Executive Director, Arab Monetary Fund, Abu Dhabi
   

1983-1985
Chairman, Board of Directors and CEO, Yemen Bank for Reconstruction and Development    

1985-1990

Adviser, Presidential Council and member of Supreme Elections Committee
   

1991-1997

Governor, Central bank of Yemen
   

1997-

Books and Articles Written:

"The Ideal Use of Loans: the Development Challenge in the Yemen

Arab Republic", studies prepared in 1969

"External Loans and Grants for Economic and Social Development"

published in 1971

Publication of a series of Articles dealing with different economic topics

Including:-

"In the Age of Giant Trading Blocs, the fate of

Inter-Arab Trade", Althowra Daily.

"Privatization : Selling the Public Sector to the

Private Sector", Althowra Daily

Travel:

"Journey to the Lost Paradise, Andalusia"

"Journey to the City of two Continents, Istanbul"

"Journey to the Paradise which Adam lost, Bali"




Zambia:    Bank of Zambia

http://www.boz.zm/

 
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BANK OF ZAMBIA - BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Board of the Bank of Zambia is composed of the Governor,who is the Chairperson, and six other Directors appointed by the Minister of Finance and National Planning from among persons with professional or academic experience in business or financial matters and who are not officials or employees of the Bank. All Directors of the Board are non-executive directors. The Secretary to the Treasury is an ex-officio member of the Board and without power to vote.The Secretary to the Treasury also does not count for a quorum. The Vice Chairperson is elected by the Board from among the members of the Board. Directors of the Board are appointed for a period of three years and are eligible to be reappointed for another three years. The Board is the overall authority in which all the power of the bank are vested. It is responsible for formulation of the Bank of Zambia policy. Below is the current Board of Directors of Bank of Zambia :

Dr Caleb M. Fundanga
Governor and Chairman of Board
   
Dr. Mwene Mwinga
Board Member

Mr. Chriticles Mwansa
Board Member
   
Dr. Judith C. N. Lungu
Board M


Zimbabwe:    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe
http://www.rbz.co.zw/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reserve_Bank_of_Zimbabwe

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The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Act provides for a Board of Directors and a Governor. The Governor, assisted by three deputy governors, is responsible for the day-to-day administration and operations of the bank. The current Governor is Gideon Gono.

The Governor and his three deputies are appointed by the president for five-year terms that may be renewed. The Governor also serves as chairman of the board. The board's membership includes the three deputies and a maximum of seven other non-executive directors, intended to represent key sectors of the economy.

now post and sig everywhere and sticky please.......

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Re: The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« Reply #10 on: April 09, 2010, 08:34:06 PM »
Burundi: Bank of the Republic of Burundi......i dont speak french

The Gambia: Central Bank of The Gambia.....no data

Montenegro: Central Bank of Montenegro......No data


.......anyone help me with these three to complete the list?

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Re: The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« Reply #11 on: December 02, 2010, 01:10:49 PM »
bump. my website is down this is now the only list on the net of the central bankers. for goodness sake please sticky and start adding commercial investment bank staff and investment families staff(those buying the central bank bonds).

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Re: The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« Reply #12 on: December 02, 2010, 08:28:41 PM »
Shit, there they are, huh?
The Orthodox Nationalist [11/18/10] - Berdayev and Dostoevsky; Modernism and Materialism; The critique of the bourgeois [Must Listen]
"[W]ithin himself / The danger lies, yet lies within his power]PL[/i] Book IX, ln. 349-356.

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« Reply #13 on: December 19, 2010, 06:21:55 PM »
Indeed the only list on the net. They should be arrested and interrogated and employed in getting those banking codes globally and simultaneously. It seems we have got over four thousand hits and i got a few thousand on my other site before i had to take it down(because of security risk). We are getting real near now and we are not playing games anymore.

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Re: The Central Bankers NAMED! 2010
« Reply #14 on: December 20, 2010, 12:37:24 AM »
Quote from: "mgt23"
Indeed the only list on the net. They should be arrested and interrogated and employed in getting those banking codes globally and simultaneously. It seems we have got over four thousand hits and i got a few thousand on my other site before i had to take it down(because of security risk). We are getting real near now and we are not playing games anymore.

Converted it to pdf, uploaded it to my scribd account so people can download.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/45656798/Cent ... Named-2010