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Masaaki Shirakawa, Governor of Bank of Japan
Masaaki Shirakawa, Governor of Bank of Japan Thursday 6 Jan 2011 | Will Henley
The governor has been a calming voice on financial policy in Japan and his influence stretches well beyond the Asia-Pacific region. He comes 21st in the GFS Power 50.
Axel Weber, Deutsche Bundesbank President
Wednesday 5 Jan 2011 | Nicola York
With his blunt outspokenness and austere convictions, Axel Weber may well become the next president of the ECB but first he has to fight off his biggest rival. The president of Deutsche Bundesbank comes 22nd in the GFS Power 50 list.
Jean-Claude Juncker, Eurogroup President
Jean-Claude Juncker, Eurogroup President (left) and US President Barack Obama Wednesday 5 Jan 2011 | Andrew Hickley
The Luxembourg Prime Minister has been closely involved in European sovereign debt bailouts and has been a strident advocate for a new Eurobond system. He comes 23rd in the GFS Power 50.
Mary Schapiro, Chair of US Securities & Exchange Commission
Mary Schapiro, Chair, US Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday 4 Jan 2011 | Will Henley
The first female chairman of the SEC has made short work of 2010, suing a slew of Wall Street banks and introducing tough new regulations. She comes 24th in the GFS Power 50.
George Osborne, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer
Tuesday 4 Jan 2011 | Nicola York
Britain's youngest Chancellor in 120 years, George Osborne got off to a shaky start with a hedge funds defeat in Europe. Yet he charged ahead with a bank levy and comes 25th in the GFS Power 50.
Larry Summers, former Director of US National Economic Council
Friday 31 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
One of Washington's most colourful if controversial characters, the outgoing head of the US National Economic Council comes 26th in the GFS Power 50.
Norman Chan, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Norman Chan, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority Thursday 30 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
An influential behind-the-scenes interlocutor between China and the outside world, Chan has assured Hong Kong's status as a key offshore centre. He comes 27th in the GFS Power 50.
Mark Carney, Governor of Central Bank of Canada
Wednesday 29 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
The highly-vocal Canadian governor is the youngest central bank chief of any of the G20 countries, but his inexperience has been countered by an ability to lock horns with global regulators. He comes 28th in the GFS Power 50.
Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor of Reserve Bank of India
Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor of Reserve Bank of India (centre) Wednesday 29 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
The new vice chair of India's fledgling Financial Stability & Development Council has helped to stabilise his country's banking system and comes 29th in the GFS Power 50.
Herman Van Rompuy, European Council President
Herman van Rompuy, European Council President Wednesday 29 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
The former Belgian Prime Minister oversaw multibillion euro bailouts and major governance reforms in his fresher year as the first President of the European Council. He comes 30th in the GFS Power 50.
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