US names IMF representative

US - The White House Friday said it had appointed Nancy Jacklin, a lawyer at Clifford, Chance, Rogers and Wells, with expertise in international finance and regulation, to be the US representative at the International Monetary Fund.

The post has been vacant since the previous occupant, Randal Quarles, moved to the US Treasury to become assistant secretary for international affairs.

Ms Jacklin, who will sit on the IMF's executive board, takes over at a time when the IMF is grappling with the thr

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