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Michalis Masourakis Appointed Greece’s Representative to the IMF

ATHENS — Michalis Masourakis has been appointed as Greece's new respresentative to the IMF at a government and Finance Minister Christos Staikouras' decision.

Masourakis will succeed Michalis Psalidopoulos on September 1 who leaves its post after 5 years and whom the govenment and the ministry thanked for his contribution throughout his term as well as for their excellent cooperation.

The new representative has served as Chief-Economist at the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (2015-2020), director of Financial Studies at Alpha Bank (1996-2015) and has worked as economist at the IMF (1983-1986).

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