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Stanley Fischer, Governor, Bank of Israel, 10 February 2010
Stanley Fischer addressed a boardroom lunch of 20 senior executives where he shared his thoughts on the global economy. This event was proudly partnered by Gilbert + Tobin.
Making sense of the world economy, especially in the context of the GFC, is no easy task - yet Stanley Fischer is globally recognised as one person who can share insightful perspectives of what went wrong and how we recover global financial stability.
Currently Governor of the Bank of Israel, Fischer was the First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, the Killian Professor and Head of the Department of Economics at MIT (where he co-authored two popular economics textbooks, Macroeconomics and Lectures in Macroeconomics, and was Ben Bernanke's Ph.D. thesis advisor!), as well as being Vice President, Development Economics and Chief Economist at the World Bank.
Prior to joining the Bank of Israel, Fischer was Vice Chairman of Citigroup (2002-2005) and President of Citigroup International.
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