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Appendix V

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1980
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V. Changes in Membership of Executive Board

Changes in membership of the Executive Board between May 1, 1979 and April 30, 1980 were as follows:

Edmund Eramudugolla (Sri Lanka) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to S.D. Deshmukh (India), effective May 1, 1979.

Donald E. Syvrud (United States) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Sam Y. Cross (United States), effective May 1, 1979.

Rei Masunaga (Japan) resigned as Alternate Executive Director to Masanao Matsunaga (Japan), effective June 11, 1979.

Akira Nagashima (Japan) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Masanao Matsunaga (Japan), effective June 12, 1979.

Pendarell Kent (United Kingdom) resigned as Alternate Executive Director to William S. Ryrie (United Kingdom), effective June 22, 1979.

Lionel D.D. Price (United Kingdom) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to William S. Ryrie (United Kingdom), effective June 23, 1979.

Eckard Pieske (Germany, Fed. Rep. of) resigned as Executive Director for the Federal Republic of Germany, effective June 30, 1979.

Gerhard Laske (Germany, Fed. Rep. of), formerly Alternate Executive Director to Eckard Pieske (Germany, Fed. Rep. of), was appointed Executive Director by the Federal Republic of Germany, effective July 1, 1979.

Guenter Winkelmann (Germany, Fed. Rep. of) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Gerhard Laske (Germany, Fed. Rep. of), effective August 1, 1979.

Denis Samuel-Lajeunesse (France) resigned as Alternate Executive Director to Paul Mentré de Loye (France), effective August 31, 1979.

Thierry Aulagnon (France) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Paul Mentré de Loye (France), effective September 1, 1979.

Masanao Matsunaga (Japan) resigned as Executive Director for Japan, effective November 9, 1979.

Teruo Hirao (Japan) was appointed Executive Director by Japan, effective November 10, 1979.

Akira Nagashima (Japan), formerly Alternate Executive Director to Masanao Matsunaga (Japan), was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Teruo Hirao (Japan), effective November 10, 1979.

William S. Ryrie (United Kingdom) resigned as Executive Director for the United Kingdom, effective January 2, 1980.

John Anson (United Kingdom) was appointed Executive Director by the United Kingdom, effective January 3, 1980.

Lionel D.D. Price (United Kingdom), formerly Alternate Executive Director to William S. Ryrie (United Kingdom), was appointed Alternate Executive Director to John Anson (United Kingdom), effective January 3, 1980.

Thomas Ainsworth Harewood (Trinidad and Tobago) resigned as Alternate Executive Director to Alexandre Kafka (Brazil), effective March 14, 1980.

José Gabriel–Peňa (Dominican Republic) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Alexandre Kafka (Brazil), effective March 15, 1980.

Donal Lynch (Ireland) resigned as Alternate Executive Director to Bernard J.Drabble (Canada), effective March 31, 1980.

Michael Casey (Ireland) was appointed Alternate Executive Director to Bernard J. Drabble (Canada), effective April 1, 1980.

Edmund Eramudugolla (Sri Lanka) resigned as Alternate Executive Director to S.D. Deshmukh (India), effective April 30, 1980.

The following served at certain times during 1979/80 as Temporary Alternate Executive Directors to the Executive Directors indicated:

Temporary Alternate Executive Director

Samir Ramez Abiad (Lebanon)

Tengku Khatijah Ahmad (Malaysia)

José Roberto Novaes de Almeida (Brazil)

Hossein G. Askari (United States)

Christopher J. Bailey (United Kingdom)

Chandi J. Batliwalla (India)

Christian Bouchard (Gabon)

Chinyamata Chipeta (Malawi)

Luc Coene (Belgium)

Silvio E. Conrado (Nicaragua)

Roger De Beckker (Belgium)

Aliou B. Diao (Senegal)

Luis Eduardo Escobar (Chile)

ömer Esener (Turkey)

José Fajgenbaum (Argentina)

Miguel A. Fernández–Ordóñez (Spain)

Edward P. Fine (Canada)

Hans Flinch (Denmark)

John A. Fraser (Australia)

Jean Guill (Luxembourg)

Bruno Guiot (Belgium)

Juergen Hoist (Germany, Fed. Rep. of)

Ashraf Janjua (Pakistan)

Joseph Mills Jones (Liberia)

Wadea A. Kabli (Saudi Arabia)

Ahmad Karimi (Iran)

Robin D. Kibuka (Uganda)

Tomoko Kitamura (Japan)

Motoo Kusakabe (Japan)

Seung–Woo Kwon (Korea)

Bengt Göran Lind (Sweden)

Eduardo Mayobre (Venezuela)

Stefano Micossi (Italy)

Alain L. Morales (Venezuela)

Andrew K. Mullei (Kenya)

V.K.S. Nair (India)

Saleh Mounir Nsouli (United States)

Patrick Peroz (France)

Peter Edward Ramell (United Kingdom)

Antonio V. Romualdez (Philippines)

Mohammad Shadman (Iran)

Germán Suárez (Peru)

Okan Üçer (Turkey)

Avraham van der Hal (Israel)

Anne van’t Veer (Netherlands)

Kenny Kay Kee Wee (Singapore)

Peter Wichert (Germany, Fed. Rep. of)

Executive Director for whom Temporary Alternate Served

Mohamed Finaish (Libya)

Byanti Kharmawan (Indonesia)

Alexandre Kafka (Brazil)

Mahsoun B. Jalal (Saudi Arabia)

John Anson (United Kingdom)

S.D. Deshmukh (India)

Samuel Nana–Sinkam (Cameroon)

Festus G. Mogae (Botswana)

Jacques de Groote (Belgium)

Joaquín Muns (Spain)

Jacques de Groote (Belgium)

Samuel Nana-Sinkam (Cameroon)

Francisco Garcés (Chile)

Jacques de Groote (Belgium)

Francisco Garcés (Chile)

Joaquín Muns (Spain)

Bernard J. Drabble (Canada)

Matti Vanhala (Finland)

Robert J. Whitelaw (Australia)

Jacques de Groote (Belgium)

Jacques de Groote (Belgium)

Gerhard Laske (Germany, Fed. Rep. of)

Mohamed Finaish (Libya)

Festus G. Mogae (Botswana)

Mahsoun B. Jalal (Saudi Arabia)

Jahangir Amuzegar (Iran)

Festus G. Mogae (Botswana)

Teruo Hirao (Japan)

Teruo Hirao (Japan)

Robert J. Whitelaw (Australia)

Matti Vanhala (Finland)

Joaquín Muns (Spain)

Lamberto Dini (Italy)

Joaquín Muns (Spain)

Festus G. Mogae (Botswana)

S.D. Deshmukh (India)

Mohamed Finaish (Libya)

Paul Mentré de Loye (France)

John Anson (United Kingdom)

Robert J. Whitelaw (Australia)

Jahangir Amuzegar (Iran)

Alexandre Kafka (Brazil)

Jacques de Groote (Belgium)

H.O. Ruding (Netherlands)

H.O. Ruding (Netherlands)

Byanti Kharmawan (Indonesia)

Gerhard Laske (Germany, Fed. Rep. of)

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