Washington, DC: The managing director of the International Monetary Fund has nominated Kenji Okamura as the fund’s next deputy managing director.
The IMF said Kristalina Georgieva had made her nomination known to the fund’s board of directors, in a statement on November 10. “[Okumara] has a distinguished background and brings his wealth of experience in international economics,” Georgieva said.
Okamura will assume the role from December 3, replacing Mitsuhiro Furusawa who announced he would be
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