Alfred Kammer is the Director of the European Department at the International Monetary Fund since August 2020. In this capacity, he oversees the IMF’s work with Europe.
Mr. Kammer was previously the Chief of Staff of the Office of the Managing Director, advising the Managing Director on strategic and operational issues and overseeing operations for the senior management team; Deputy Director of the Strategy, Policy and Review Department, overseeing the work on Fund strategy and surveillance policy; Deputy Director of the Middle East and Central Asia Department, overseeing regional economic developments and financial sector issues; Director of the Office of Technical Assistance Management, advising management on technical assistance operations and overseeing fundraising and global partnerships for capacity building; and Advisor to the Deputy Managing Director. Mr. Kammer also served as resident representative of the IMF in Russia. Since joining the IMF, Mr. Kammer worked with countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, and on a wide range of policy and strategic issues.
- How a Russian Natural Gas Cutoff Could Weigh on Europe’s Economies
- War in Ukraine is Serious Setback to Europe’s Economic Recovery
- Supply Disruptions Add to Inflation, Undermine Recovery in Europe
- Europe’s Post-Pandemic Economic Challenges
- From Vaccines to V-Shaped Recovery in Europe
- Staying Afloat: New Measures to Support European Businesses
- Europe Needs to Maintain Strong Policy Support to Sustain the Recovery
- How to Meet the European Union’s Ambitious Climate Mitigation Goals
- Topical Trust Funds—The New Assistance Vanguard
- Help in the Neighborhood: ‘Just a Phone Call Away’
- IMF Opens Up: Partnerships with Donors a Win-Win