| IMF/Managing Director|
|Start||6 May 1946|
|Deputy||IMF/Deputy Managing Director|
|Subpage(s)||•IMF/Managing Director/Special adviser|
|Head of the IMF. At least 2 IMF heads have been criminally convicted.Boss of the IMF/Deputy Managing Director.|
The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund is in nominal charge of the organisation. The degree of actual control is a matter of debate.
Multiple IMF Managing Directors have been criminally charged. Rodrigo de Rato Figaredo has been convicted of embezzlement, Christine Lagarde convicted of negligence (although the judge did not impose a penalty).
In February 2011, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing director of the IMF, called for an end to the petrodollar system, mooting a new world currency to challenge the dominance of the US dollar. He was forced out of his role at the IMF amidst accusations of sexual assault a few months later.
Office Holders on Wikispooks
|Kristalina Georgieva||1 October 2019|
|Christine Lagarde||5 July 2011||12 September 2019|
|John Lipsky||18 May 2011||5 July 2011||Acting|
|Dominique Strauss-Kahn||1 November 2007||18 May 2011|
|Rodrigo de Rato Figaredo||7 June 2004||1 November 2007|
|Anne Krueger||4 March 2004||7 June 2004||Acting|
|Horst Köhler||1 May 2000||4 March 2004|
|Michel Camdessus||16 January 1987||14 February 2000|
|Jacques de Larosière||17 June 1978||15 January 1987|
|Johan Witteveen||1 September 1973||16 June 1978|
|Pierre-Paul Schweitzer||1 September 1963||31 August 1973|
|Per Jacobsson||21 November 1956||5 May 1963|
|Ivar Rooth||3 August 1951||3 October 1956|
|Camille Gutt||6 May 1946||5 May 1951|