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New IMF Resident Representative in Romania and Bulgaria

+ Alejandro Hajdenberg has been appointed as the new Resident Representative for Romania and Bulgaria; he replaces Guillermo Tolosa

 

Alejandro Hajdenberg has been appointed as the new Resident Representative for Romania and Bulgaria. He replaces Guillermo Tolosa who has ended his assignment, as per usual IMF career rotation policies

Hajdenberg takes the assignment from his position of senior desk economist for Cyprus, where he played an important role in the financial assistance program following the 2013 financial crisis. Hajdenberg’s previous country experience includes assignments on Hungary, Serbia, Turkey, Colombia, Uruguay and Georgia. Prior to joining the European Department at the Fund, he spent six years in the Fiscal Affairs Department, where he was involved in a wide range of fiscal policy issues.

Hajdenberg has been with the Fund for thirteen years and holds a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.

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