Article XII, Section 3
- International Monetary Fund
- Published Date:
- September 1963
Executive Directors: Article XII, Section 3(c)
Art. XII, Sec. 3 (c), should be understood as providing that the two members entitled to appoint additional directors are determined by the largest absolute amounts by which 75% of members’ quotas exceed the average holdings by the Fund of their currencies during the two years preceding an election of directors, provided, of course, that they are not already entitled to appoint directors under Art. XII, Sec. 3(b) (i).
In the calculation of average holdings under the provision, the Fund’s special accounts for administrative purposes should not be included unless they exceed 1/100 of one per cent of the member’s quota. A member should not be entitled to the benefit of Art. XII, Sec. 3 (c) where the average holdings of its currency by the Fund have been reduced below 75% of its quota solely because of expenditures by the Fund for administrative purposes or because of the exclusion of the special accounts for administrative purposes from the calculation of average holdings.
Decision No. 574-2
May 18, 1950
Additional Appointed Directors
The phrase “the preceding two years” as used in Art. XII, Sec. 3 (c), shall be deemed to be the two-year period ending on the July 31 preceding the dates of regular biennial elections of Executive Directors. However, this decision shall be reconsidered if such regular elections are held in other months than September.
Decision No. 597-4
July 28, 1950
Adjustment of Quota and Voting Power
A change in the quota of a member between regular biennial elections will change by the same amount the voting power of the elected Executive Director who casts the votes of the member.
Decision No. 180-5
June 25, 1947