Global Finance names Egypt’s Tarek Amer among top 20 best central bank governors for 2022
In its Central Banker Report Cards 2022, the magazine has awarded the top 20 central bank governors “A” or “A-” grades.
Global Finance’s top 20 list includes central banks’ governors of Brazil, China, India, Israel, Paraguay, Peru, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Vietnam, Bulgaria, Colombia, Georgia, Mauritius, Morocco, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, and Uruguay.
The magazine’s full report and grade list will appear in its October print and digital editions as well as online at GFMag.com.
The Central Banker Report Cards has been published annually by Global Finance since 1994, grading the central bank governors of 96 key countries, territories, and districts including the European Union (EU), the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, the Bank of Central African States, and the Central Bank of West African States.
Grades are based on an “A” to “F” scale for success in areas, including inflation control, economic growth goals, currency stability, and interest rate management.
An “A” grade represents an excellent performance while an “F” stands for outright failure.
“As fears of a global recession take hold around the world, the spotlight is on central bankers to enact policies that help avert this scenario,” said Global Finance founder and editorial director Joseph Giarraputo in a statement.
“Global Finance’s annual Central Banker Report Cards analyze and rate the financial policy leaders that are making the best decision and those that need to improve.”
The Central Banker who earned an “A+” grade in the Global Finance Central Banker Report Cards 2022 is Asgeir Jonsson, governor of the central bank of Iceland.