New IMF Executive Board Begins Two-Year TermPress Release No. 12/409
November 1, 2012
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) began a two-year term today following an election for the Board’s 19 elected seats. The full list of Executive Directors and the member countries who elected or appointed them can be found online here.
The 24-member Executive Board functions in continuous session and is responsible for conducting the business of the IMF, discussing everything from the IMF staff's annual health checks of member countries' economies to economic policy issues relevant to the global economy.