People: IMF deputy managing director and two more senior officials to leave

Zhang Tao
IMF deputy managing director Tao Zhang
Photo: International Monetary Fund

The International Monetary Fund has announced the departure of one of its deputy managing directors and two other senior officials.

Tao Zhang, who has served as IMF deputy managing director, will leave office when his five-year term ends on August 20. Zhang was the IMF’s executive director for China from 2011 to 2015. The IMF announced his departure on June 7, saying it had started a process to appoint his successor.

Before joining the IMF, Zhang spent much of his career at the People’s Bank

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