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Appendix E: Changes of Governors and Executive Directors

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1946
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1. Governors

Changes in the composition of the Board of Governors since the Inaugural Meeting have been as follows:

  • Einar Dige appointed as Alternate Governor for Denmark March 30, 1946.

  • N. Sundaresan succeeded Sir A. Ramaswami Mudaliar as Alternate Governor for India April 22, 1946.

  • Hugh Dalton succeeded the late Lord Keynes as Governor for the United Kingdom April 30, 1946.

  • Maurice Frere succeeded Camille Gutt who resigned as Governor for Belgium on May 6, 1946.

  • Carlos P. Romulo vacated the Philippine Commonwealth Alternate Governorship July 26, 1946.

  • Manuel Melendez V. appointed as Alternate Governor for El Salvador June 27, 1946.

  • Federico Vides S. appointed as Governor for El Salvador June 27, 1946.

  • John W. Snyder succeeded Fred Vinson as Governor for the United States July 2, 1946.

  • Sir James Grigg succeeded R. H. Brand as Alternate Governor for United Kingdom July 4, 1946.

  • Joaquin M. Elizalde succeeded Jaime Hernandez who resigned as Governor for the Philippine Republic on July 26, 1946.

  • Luis Ocampo Crespo vacated the Bolivian Alternate Governorship August 14, 1946.

  • Franklin Antezana Paz vacated the Bolivian Governorship August 14, 1946.

  • Dr. Nicholas B. Kaskarelis succeeded Alexander Loverdos, Alternate Governor for Greece August 31, 1946.

Composition of the Board of Governors in September 1946 was therefore, as follows:

CountryGovernorAlternate Governor
BelgiumMaurice FrereVacant.
BoliviaVacantVacant.
BrazilFrancisco Alves dos Santos-Filho.Edgard de Mello.
CanadaJames L. IlsleyGraham F. Towers.
ChileArturo MaschkeLuis Davila.
ChinaO. K. YuiTe-Mou Hsi.
ColombiaEmilio ToroVacant.
Costa RicaJulio Pena MoruaAngel Coronas Guardia.
CubaJoaquin E. MeyerVacant.
CzechoslovakiaJan Viktor MladekJulius Pazman.
DenmarkCarl Valdemar BramsnaesEinar Dige.
Dominican RepublicJesus Maria TroncosoJose Calzada.
EcuadorEsteban F. CarboVacant.
EgyptAhmed Zaki Bey SaadMahmoud Saleh El-Falak i
El SalvadorFederico Vides SManuel Melendez V.
EthiopiaGeorge A. BlowersVacant.
FrancePierre Mendes-FranceEmmanuel Monick.
GreeceXenophon ZolotasDr. Nicholas B. Kaskarelis.
GuatemalaManuel Noriega MoralesLeonidas Acevedo.
HondurasJulian R. CaceresJorge Fidel Duron.
IcelandAsgeir AsgeirssonThor Thors.
IndiaSir Chintaman DeshmukhN. Sundaresan.
IranA. H. EbtehajDr. Taghi Nassr.
IraqAli JawdatA. M. Gailani.
LuxembourgPierre DupongHugues Le Gallais.
MexicoAntonio Espinosa de los Monteros.Luciano Wiechers.
NetherlandsP. LieftinckA. M. de Jong.
NicaraguaGuillermo Sevilla SacasaRafael A. Huezo.
NorwayGunnar JahnOle Colbjornsen.
PanamaDr. Joaquin Jose VallarinoVacant.
ParaguayHarmodio GonzalesRuben Benitez.
PeruFrancisco Tudela VarelaEmilio Barreto.
Philippine RepublicJoaquin M. ElizaldeVacant.
PolandEdward DrozniakJanusz Zoltowski.
Union of South AfricaJan Hendrik HofmeyrM. H. de Kock.
United KingdomHugh DaltonSir James Grigg.
United StatesJohn W. SnyderWilliam L. Clayton.
UruguayVacantHugo Garcia.
YugoslaviaLavoslav DolinsekIvan Randic.

2. Executive Directors

Changes in the composition of the Executive Board since the First Meeting have been as follows:

  • Jean de Largentaye was appointed Executive Director by France July 1, 1946, succeeding Pierre Mendes-France.

  • Hubert Ansiaux was elected Executive Director by Belgium, Iceland, and Luxembourg June 19, 1946, succeeding Camille Gutt who resigned May 6, 1946.

  • Ernest de Selliers was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Mr. Ansiaux June 24, 1946, succeeding Louis Goffin.

  • B. K. Madan was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Mr. Joshi August 10, 1946, succeeding N. Sundaresan.

  • George F. Luthringer was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Mr. White June 17, 1946.

  • Mihailo Kolovic was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Mr. Mladek June 27, 1946.

  • Mahmoud Saleh El-Falaki was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Mr. Saad September 5, 1946.

  • T. de Clermont-Tonnerre was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Mr. de Largentaye on September 17, 1946.

Composition of the Executive Board on September 1 was therefore, as follows:

Camille Gutt (Belgium), Chairman
Executive DirectorAlternate Executive Director
Hubert Ansiaux (Belgium)Ernest de Selliers (Belgium)
G. L. F. Bolton (United Kingdom)A. P. Grafftey-Smith (United Kingdom)
G. W. J. Bruins (Netherlands)
Jean de Largentaye (France)D. Crena de Iongh (Netherlands)
Rodrigo Gomez(Mexico)T. de Clermont-Tonnerre (France)
Raul Martinez-Ostos (Mexico)
Jangannath Vishwanath Joshi (India)B. K. Madan (India)
Yee-Chun Koo (China)Vacant
J. V. Mladek (Czechoslovakia)Milhailo Kolovic (Yugoslavia)
Louis Rasminsky (Canada)Vacant
Ahmed Zaki Bey Saad (Egypt)M. S. El-Falaki (Egypt)
Francisco Alves dos Santos-FilhoOctavio Bulhoes (Brazil)
(Brazil)
Harry D. White (United States of America)George F. Luthringer (United States of America)

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