Global Finance ranks 30th among the world’s top central bankers


Governor of the Central Bank Ali Al-Alaq

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Economy News Baghdad:

Global Finance magazine, the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Al-Alak, ranked 30 among the world’s best bankers following his efforts to develop the banking sector .

Founded in 1987, Global Finance is headquartered in the United States of America and is distributed in 193 countries and is rated by leading financial institutions and financial sector officials .

“Global Finance Magazine has been evaluating the performance of central bank governors in all countries around the world since 1994, ” said a report called Global Bank Governors .

“The assessment was based on the central bank governors’ response to the storms and challenges facing their economies as a result of political and security turmoil and who struggled to stabilize their economies,” Global Finance magazine editor Joseph Giarabutu said in the report. Central from rank a to rank F “.

He stressed that “advanced positions occupied by central bankers who have succeeded in addressing inflation and stability of the currency and management of interest rates in addition to achieving the objectives of economic growth .”

According to the report, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, on the Keywords ranked 30th globally and ninth in the Middle East, following the progress achieved this year as ranked B after it was last year ranked D ahead of four mattresses , a “D, C +, C , C- “.

America, Chile, Australia, Russia, South Korea, Lebanon, Britain, Brazil, Colombia, Kuwait and others.

Mr. Ali Al-Alak has been named the best governor of an Arab central bank for 2018 in a celebration held by the Union of Arab Banks in the French capital Paris last June.

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=13352

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