International Monetary Fund Appoints Edward C. Anderson as Chief Information Officer

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Thursday April 26, 2018 09:36
IMF--26 Apr--International Monetary Fund
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will appoint Edward C. Anderson as its Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Director of its IT Department, Managing Director Christine Lagarde announced today.

Anderson, a U.S. national, is an experienced IT leader who most recently served as Global CIO at World Vision International, one of the world's largest international non-governmental organizations. Previously, he was a presidential appointee to the U.S. Peace Corps, where he oversaw a total transformation in IT service delivery across 74 countries. He has also led multiple privately held consulting organizations in the IT and business solutions arena.

"Ed has demonstrated an extremely high level of expertise in delivering strategic business process reengineering and information technology solutions, as well as a deep appreciation of IT management," Ms. Lagarde said.

Mr. Anderson will join the IMF in June.

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