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Euromoney Finance Minister of the Year

Every year, Euromoney magazine awards a Finance Minister of the Year award.[1] Past recipients are listed below.

This award was nicknamed "World's Greatest Treasurer"[26] after Keating won in 1984.

References

  1. ^ Finance minister of the year, Euromoney magazine
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ Finance minister of the year 1986: James Baker, Secretary, U.S. Treasury
  5. ^ CSA Celebrity Speakers
  6. ^ [3]
  7. ^ [4]
  8. ^ "Euromoney 1996-09". Euromoney. Retrieved 8 August 2012. 
  9. ^ FINANCE MINISTER OF THE YEAR 1996 - Rubin: quietly getting things done
  10. ^ Finance Minister of the Year 1997: Chubais forces the pace
  11. ^ Finance Minister of the Year 1998: Leszek Balcerowicz
  12. ^ Finance minister of the year 1999: Staying tough in a crisis
  13. ^ Finance Minister of the Year 2000: Brigita Schmögnerovà
  14. ^ Finance minister of the year 2001: Shaukat Aziz, Pakistan
  15. ^ Finance minister of the year 2002: Veltchev takes his debt skills back home
  16. ^ Finance minister of the year 2003: Taking stock of a volatile situation
  17. ^ Finance minister of the year 2004: Miklos has no time for bullies
  18. ^ Finance minister of the year 2005: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria
  19. ^ Finance Minister of the year 2006: Dr Sri Mulyani Indrawati
  20. ^ Finance minister of the year 2007: Mladjan Dinkic
  21. ^ Finance Minister of the Year 2008
  22. ^ Finance minister of the year: Jim Flaherty, Canada
  23. ^ Finance minister of the year 2010: Kudrin’s cautious approach pays off for Russia
  24. ^ Finance minister of the year 2011: Swan confounds his domestic sceptics
  25. ^ Purisima named Euromoney Finance Minister of the Year 2012
  26. ^ [5]
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