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Christine Lagarde

Head of the International Monetary Fund

By Prospect  

Appointed as managing director of the International Monetary Fund during the worst of the Eurozone crisis in 2011, Christine Lagarde has been highly influential on urging reform on the south of Europe, especially in Greece, a country on which she has been outspoken. Under her management, the fund has collected a bailout fund of over $400bn.

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