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Appendix V. Executive Directors and voting power April 30, 2005

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
November 2005
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Director AlternateCasting votes ofVotes by countryTotal votes1Percent of IMF total2
Appointed
Nancy P. Jacklin

Meg Lundsager
United States371,743371,74317.08
Shigeo Kashiwagi

Michio Kitahara
Japan133,378133,3786.13
Karlheinz Bischofberger

Gert Meissner
Germany130,332130,3325.99
Pierre Duquesne

Olivier Cuny
France107,635107,6354.95
Tom Scholar

Andrew Hauser
United Kingdom107,635107,6354.95
Elected
Willy Kiekens

(Belgium)

Johann Prader

(Austria)
Austria

Belarus

Belgium

Czech Republic

Hungary

Kazakhstan

Luxembourg

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

Turkey
18,973

4,114

46,302

8,443

10,634

3,907

3,041

3,825

2,567

9,890
111,6965.13
Jeroen Kremers

(Netherlands)

Yuriy G. Yakusha

(Ukraine)
Armenia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Georgia

Israel

Macedonia, former Yugoslav Republic of

Moldova

Netherlands

Romania

Ukraine
1,170

1,941

6,652

3,901

1,646

1,753

9,532

939

1,482

51,874

10,552

13,970
105,4124.84
Moisés Schwartz

(Mexico)

Mary Dager

(Venezuela)
Costa Rica

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

Mexico

Nicaragua

Spain

Venezuela, República Bolivariana de
1,891

1,963

2,352

1,545

26,108

1,550

30,739

26,841
92,9894.27
Pier Carlo Padoan

(Italy)

Miranda Xafa

(Greece)
Albania

Greece

Italy

Malta

Portugal

San Marino

Timor-Leste
737

8,480

70,805

1,270

8,924

420

332
90,9684.18
Kevin G. Lynch

(Canada)

Charles X. O’Loghlin

(Ireland)
Antigua and Barbuda

Bahamas, The

Barbados

Belize

Canada

Dominica

Grenada

Ireland

Jamaica

St. Kitts and Nevis

St. Lucia

St. Vincent and the Grenadines
385

1,553

925

438

63,942

332

367

8,634

2,985

339

403

333
80,6363.71
Jon A. Solheim

(Norway)

David Farelius

(Sweden)
Denmark

Estonia

Finland

Iceland

Latvia

Lithuania

Norway

Sweden
16,678

902

12,888

1,426

1,518

1,692

16,967

24,205
76,2763.51
Jong Nam Oh

(Korea)

Richard Murray

(Australia)
Australia

Kiribati

Korea

Marshall Islands

Micronesia, Federated States of

Mongolia

New Zealand

Palau

Papua New Guinea

Philippines

Samoa

Seychelles

Solomon Islands

Vanuatu
32,614

306

16,586

285

301

761

9,196

281

1,566

9,049

366

338

354

420
72,4233.33
A. Shakour Shaalan

(Egypt)

Oussama T. Kanaan

(Jordan)
Bahrain

Egypt

Iraq

Jordan

Kuwait

Lebanon

Libya

Maldives

Oman

Qatar

Syrian Arab Republic

United Arab Emirates

Yemen, Republic of
1,600

9,687

12,134

1,955

14,061

2,280

11,487

332

2,190

2,888

3,186

6,367

2,685
70,8523.26
Sulaiman M. Al-Turki

(Saudi Arabia)

Abdallah S. Alazzaz

(Saudi Arabia)
Saudi Arabia70,10570,1053.22
Hooi Eng Phang

(Malaysia)

Made Sukada

(Indonesia)
Brunei Darussalam

Cambodia

Fiji

Indonesia

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Malaysia

Myanmar

Nepal

Singapore

Thailand

Tonga

Vietnam
2,402

1,125

953

21,043

779

15,116

2,834

963

8,875

11,069

319

3,541
69,0193.17
Peter J. Ngumbullu

(Tanzania)

Peter Gakunu

(Kenya)
Angola

Botswana

Burundi

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Gambia, The

Kenya

Lesotho

Malawi

Mozambique

Namibia

Nigeria

Sierra Leone

South Africa

Sudan

Swaziland

Tanzania

Uganda

Zambia
3,113

880

1,020

409

1,587

561

2,964

599

944

1,386

1,615

17,782

1,287

18,935

1,947

757

2,239

2,055

5,141
65,2213.00
WANG Xiaoyi

(China)

GE Huayong

(China)
China63,94263,9422.94
Fritz Zurbrügg

(Switzerland)

Andrzej Raczko

(Poland)
Azerbaijan

Kyrgyz Republic

Poland

Serbia and Montenegro

Switzerland

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

1,859

1,138

13,940

4,927

34,835

1,120

1,002

3,006
61,8272.84
Aleksei V. Mozhin

(Russian Federation)

Andrei Lushin

(Russian Federation)
Russian Federation59,70459,7042.74
Abbas Mirakhor

(Islamic Republic of Iran)

Mohammed Daïri

(Morocco)
Afghanistan, Islamic Republic of

Algeria

Ghana

Iran, Islamic Republic of

Morocco

Pakistan

Tunisia
1,869

12,797

3,940

15,222

6,132

10,587

3,115
53,6622.47
Murilo Portugal

(Brazil)

Roberto Steiner

(Colombia)
Brazil

Colombia

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Guyana

Haiti

Panama

Suriname

Trinidad and Tobago
30,611

7,990

2,439

3,273

1,159

1,069

2,316

1,171

3,606
53,6342.46
B.P. Misra

(India)

Amal Uthum Herat

(Sri Lanka)
Bangladesh

Bhutan

India

Sri Lanka
5,583

313

41,832

4,384
52,1122.39
Héctor R. Torres

(Argentina)

Javier Silva-Ruete

(Peru)
Argentina

Bolivia

Chile

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay
21,421

1,965

8,811

1,249

6,634

3,315
43,3951.99
Damian Ondo Mañe

(Equatorial Guinea)

Laurean W. Rutayisire

(Rwanda)
Benin

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Cape Verde

Central African Republic

Chad

Comoros

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

Congo, Republic of

Côte d’Ivoire

Djibouti

Equatorial Guinea

Gabon

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Madagascar

Mali

Mauritania

Mauritius

Niger

Rwanda

São Tomé and Príncipe

Senegal

Togo
869

852

2,107

346

807

810

339

5,580

1,096

3,502

409

576

1,793

1,321

392

1,472

1,183

894

1,266

908

1,051

324

1,868

984
30,749

2,175,3453, 4, 5
1.41

99.976
1 Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund’s resources in that Department.2 Percentages of total votes (2,176,037) in the General Department and the Special Drawing Rights Department.3 This total does not include the votes of Somalia, which did not participate in the 2004 Regular Election of Executive Directors. The total votes of this member are 692—0.03 percent of those in the General Department and Special Drawing Rights Department.4 Liberia’s voting rights were suspended effective March 5, 2003, pursuant to Article XXVI, Section 2(b) of the Articles of Agreement.5 Zimbabwe’s voting rights were suspended effective June 6, 2003, pursuant to Article XXVI, Section 2(b) of the Articles of Agreement.6 This figure may differ from the sum of the percentages shown for individual Directors because of rounding.

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