A finance magazine has published a list of the world's top heads of central banks. This year's compilation includes six central bankers, who received "A" grades. Argentina's Mercedes Marcó del Pont and Ecuador's Pedro Delgado were last.
As the world still suffers from the economic downturn that began four years ago, some central bank heads have been given accolades for their damage control, central economic planning and keeping the nation’s financial system stable.
Global Finance magazine issued its annual list of the globe’s top central bank figures from 50 pertinent nations. It gave each of these heads a grade from “A” to “F” and there were only six names that received an “A.” The grade levels were distributed based on inflation control, interest rate management, economic growth objectives and currency constancy.
The top central bankers are (in alphabetical order):