Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund in the Russian Federation
Annette Kyobe is global economy researcher. Ms. Kyobe has published papers on a wide range of topics, including gender, fiscal policy, financial development, structural reforms, macroeconomic stability and international finance.
A. Kyobe is the International Monetary Fund’s Resident Representative in Russia. A. Kyobe has previously served as an assistant to the Director of the European Department focusing on euro area issues.
A. Kyobe worked extensively on Emerging Markets in the Strategy and Policy Review Department. A. Kyobe has undertaken numerous other assignments, including in the Fiscal Affairs Department and working on Djibouti, Lebanon, Jordan, Poland, and Russia.
A. Kyobe holds a Ph.D. from the George Washington University in the United Sates and McGill University in Canada and joined the Fund in 2009.