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Agus Martowardojo, Indonesian Finance Minister
Tuesday 28 Dec 2010 | Will Henley, Andrew Naylor
The career banker took charge of the finances of the world's fourth most populous country this year, has focused on boosting regulatory oversight and comes 31st in the GFS Power 50.
Elizabeth Warren, Chair of Congressional Oversight Panel on TARP
Friday 24 Dec 2010 | Ben Norman
One of the new "Sheriffs of Wall Street" and a darling of the American left, Elizabeth Warren comes 32nd in the GFS Power 50.
José Manuel Barroso, EU Commission President
José Manuel Barroso, EU Commission President Friday 24 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
The European Commission President is emerging from his most testing year and has helped his commissioners spearhead an ambitious reform agenda. He comes 33rd in the GFS Power 50.
Blanche Lincoln, former US Senator
Blanche Lincoln, US Senator Thursday 23 Dec 2010 | Nicola York
The Democratic chairman of the Senate's Agriculture Committee, which handles financial commodities legislation, found herself in the eye of the storm in 2010 and comes 34th in the GFS Power 50.
Gordon Brown, former UK Prime Minister
Thursday 23 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley & Will Henley
The Scottish ex-Prime Minister lost office in 2010, but put a radical tax on the financial sector on the international agenda. He comes 35th in the GFS Power 50.
Liu Mingkang, Chairman of China Banking Regulatory Commission
Liu Mingkang, Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission Wednesday 22 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
The influential head of China's banking watchdog has pushed for tighter controls on global systemically important financial institutions and comes 36th in the GFS Power 50.
Henrique Meirelles, former Brazilian Governor
Wednesday 22 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
Brazil's longest-ever serving central bank governor kept a tight leash on Brazil's banks and has been a respected figure on the international stage. He comes in 37th in the GFS Power 50.
Haruhiko Kuroda, President of Asian Development Bank
Haruhiko Kuroda, Asian Development Bank President Tuesday 21 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
In a world where money talks, the ADB President has found his institution's chequebook an invaluable aid in persuading developing countries of the benefits of regulatory reforms. He comes 38th in the GFS Power 50.
Mervyn King, Governor of Bank of England
Mervyn King, Governor of Bank of England Tuesday 21 Dec 2010 | Nicola York
This cricket-loving central banker steered the BoE through the financial crisis and now, with increased responsibilities, appears more powerful than ever. He comes 39th in the GFS Power 50.
Svein Andresen, Secretary General of Financial Stability Board
Monday 20 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
Notching up some notable successes this year with the still fresh-faced Financial Stability Board, Svein Andresen has helped usher in a new era for international finance and comes 40th in the GFS Power 50.
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