IMF executives vote to clear way for Georgieva

Kristalina Georgieva
Kristalina Georgieva
European Union

The International Monetary Fund’s executive board voted to remove the age limit for its managing director, bringing Kristalina Georgieva closer to gaining the job.

The executive board said on August 21 it recommended the IMF remove the age limit for managing directors. The limit is currently 65 for new appointments, and 70 for sitting managing directors. The recommendation still needs to be approved by the IMF’s board of governors, made up of representatives drawn from each of the fund’s 189

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