Jean-Claude Trichet

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Jean-Claude Trichet

A French banker. In the 1980s, he was part of the Group of 30, an organization specializing in economic issues. In 1993, he became the governor of Banque de France. Ten years later, he was made the second president of the European Central Bank. Trichet was born in 1942.
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The family of former Irish finance minister, Brian Lenihan, has said that the former head of the ECB, Jean Claude Trichet, has sullied the former minister's name with his recent comments.
JEAN Claude Trichet has tried to "sully" the memory of the late Finance Minister Brian Lenihan, his family fumed yesterday.
The case of Cyprus has been absolutely extraordinary said Jean Claude Trichet, former President of the European Central Bank, commenting on the decisions taken to face the economic crisis the country is undergoing.
Jean-Claude Trichet said the European Central Bank could pause the liquidity-absorption measures that the former ECB president introduced.
Trichet served as Governor of Banque de France before he was appointed to lead the European Central Bank.
The former President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Jean Claude Trichet, defended before MEPs, on 14 January, his decisions made during the outset of the crisis.
ONAspecial evening late last year, in a venue that towered giddily above Singapore's dazzling skyline, a clique of guests gathered for an exclusive interaction with Pierrette Trichet. Trichet, the fourth- generation cellar master at Remy Martin and the first- ever woman to hold this esteemed position in France's Cognac region, was on her first official trip to Asia.
Three letters from the then president of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, to the late Finance Minister Brian Lenihan culminated in an insistence that Ireland apply for a bailout or risk being cut off from support.
Strong governance and a solid framework for budget and fiscal policies will be required for a future GCC unified currency, said former European Central Bank president Jean Claude Trichet.
| KUWAIT, April 10 (KUNA) -- Former President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Jean-Claude Trichet said Tuesday the major cause of the 2008 global financial crisis was deficiencies in the global economic structure caused by introduction of new economies.
The Treaties for the European Union must be changed to prevent instability in one member spreading to the rest, stated European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet.