Christian Noyer

Governor, Bank of France

Christian Noyer is Governor of the Banque de France. He held a range of senior positions within the Treasury in the Ministry of Economy and Finance since 1976, including head of Treasury. He was appointed Vice President of the European Central Bank in 1998 when the institution was set up in Frankfurt, and occupied this position until 2002. His European and international experience includes several years serving on the European Monetary Committee, the position of alternate for the Minister of Finance at the OECD, the G7 and the G10, the position of alternate Governor at the IMF and World Bank, and the chairmanship of the Paris Club (1993–1997). He is a member of the Governing Council and General Council of the European Central Bank, Chairman of the Bank for International Settlements and Alternate Governor at the International Monetary Fund.

Fiscal Risk and Financial Stability: Managing Interdependencies And Sovereign Risk - Session 1: Sovereign Risk, Capital Markets, and Financial Stability: The Interconnections
(Wednesday, October 10, 2012,  09:30 AM - 11:15 AM)

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