Central bankers to evaluate IMF evaluation office

International Monetary Fund Headquarters 2, Washington, DC
Photo: John Harrington

Two central bankers and an economist have been appointed to lead an external review of the International Monetary Fund’s Independent Evaluation Office, after a previous evaluation highlighted shortcomings.

The review will be led by Pablo García-Silva, vice-governor of the Central Bank of Chile, Zhongxia Jin, director-general of the international department at the People’s Bank of China, and Daouda Sembene, chief executive of a Senegal-based economic development advisory firm. Sembene previously

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