Fischer's Age, Nationality May Be Hurdles in IMF Bid

Jun. 13, 2011
June 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, who helped the International Monetary Fund end crises in Mexico, Russia and Southeast Asia, faces the dual hurdles of age and nationality in his quest for the lender's top job. Fischer, who was the IMF's first deputy managing director from 1994-2001, is 67 and holds both U.S. and Israeli citizenship and. Bloomberg's Peter Cook reports on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg)
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