IMF board set to meet shortly on Lagarde verdict
The International Monetary Fund board is expected to meet shortly to discuss the implications of the guilty verdict against IMF chief Christine Lagarde in a French court, a spokesman for the organization said Monday.
IMF's Lagarde found guilty of negligence by French court
A French court on Monday found IMF head Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence over a massive state payout to a tycoon when she was French finance minister but spared her a fine or prison sentence.
Lagarde tells trial she acted in interests of France
IMF boss Christine Lagarde told her trial Friday she had acted in good faith in the case of a massive state payout to a tycoon when she was French finance minister.
Prosecution says against convicting IMF's Lagarde at trial
The prosecutor acting in IMF boss Christine Lagarde's trial in Paris said Thursday he was against convicting her, judging the evidence to support the charge of negligence as too weak.
IMF chief Lagarde denies negligence in France trial
IMF chief Christine Lagarde denied wrongdoing in her handling of a massive French state payout to a tycoon as she went on trial Monday in a case that risks tarnishing her stellar career.
IMF chief Lagarde on trial in France over tycoon case
IMF chief Christine Lagarde goes on trial in France on Monday over a massive state payout to a flamboyant tycoon when she was finance minister in a case that risks tarnishing her stellar career.
Global banking challenges and Nigeria’s financial institutions
At the just concluded International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank Group yearly meetings in Washington DC, United States, a report claimed that the global banking industry is in difficult times
IMF begins zero interest lending for low income countries
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has commenced a zero interest rate on all of its concessional facilities granted to member countries until 2018.