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: Extension of the Period of Payment of Quota Increase Under the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas Pursuant to paragraph 5 of Board of Governors Resolution No. 66–2, Fourteenth General Review of Quotas and Reform of the Executive Board , the Executive Board decides that each member shall pay to the Fund the increase in its quota under the Fourteenth General Review by the later of (a) June 30, 2016, or (b) 30 days after the date on which it notifies the Fund of its consent. Decision 2: Extension of the Period of Payment of Quota Increase Under the 2008 Reform

International Monetary Fund
This paper updates the status of consents to the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas and of acceptances of the Proposed Seventh Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (“Board Reform Amendment”) as set out in the Board of Governors Resolution No. 66-2.
International Monetary Fund

1. In completing the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas (hereafter the “Fourteenth Review”) and approving the proposed Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (hereafter the “Board Reform Amendment”), the Board of Governors requested the Executive Board to bring forward the timetable for completion of the Fifteenth General Review of Quotas (hereafter the “Fifteenth Review”) to January 2014. 1 The Board of Governors noted that any realignment was expected to result in increases in the quota shares of dynamic economies in line with their relative

International Monetary Fund

1. This paper updates the status of consents to the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas and of acceptances of the Proposed Seventh Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (“Board Reform Amendment”) as set out in the Board of Governors Resolution No. 66-2. 2. For the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas to become effective, members having not less than 70 percent of the total of quotas on November 5, 2010 must consent to the increases in their quotas and the proposed Board Reform Amendment must

International Monetary Fund
In completing the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas (hereafter the “Fourteenth Review”) and approving the proposed Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (hereafter the “Board Reform Amendment”), the Board of Governors requested the Executive Board to bring forward the timetable for completion of the Fifteenth General Review of Quotas (hereafter the “Fifteenth Review”) to January 2014.
International Monetary Fund

Fifteenth General Review of Quotas With the January 2016 effectiveness of the Fourteenth General Review of Quotas and the entry into force of the Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board, the IMF turned its attention to the completion of the next review by October 2017. The Executive Board’s work on the Fifteenth Review was postponed due to the delay in effectiveness of the package of quota and governance reforms—known as the 2010 reforms—in the context of the Fourteenth Review. On February 1, 2016, the Executive Board notified the Board of

International Monetary Fund
This paper reviews progress toward implementation of the 2010 Governance and Quota Reforms. It updates the status of consents to the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas and of acceptances of the Proposed Seventh Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (“Board Reform Amendment” or “Seventh Amendment”) as set out in the Board of Governors Resolution No. 66-2.
International Monetary Fund
This paper reviews progress toward implementation of the 2010 Governance and Quota Reforms. It updates the status of consents to the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas and of acceptances of the Proposed Seventh Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (“Board Reform Amendment” or “Seventh Amendment”) as set out in the Board of Governors Resolu0tion No. 66-2
International Monetary Fund
This status report reviews progress toward implementation of the 2010 Quota and Governance Reforms. It updates the status of consents to the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas and of acceptances of the Proposed Seventh Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (“Board Reform Amendment” or “Seventh Amendment”) as set out in the Board of Governors Resolution No. 66-2.
International Monetary Fund
This status report reviews progress toward implementation of the 2010 Governance and Quota Reforms. It updates the status of consents to the proposed quota increases under the 14th General Review of Quotas and of acceptances of the Proposed Seventh Amendment on the Reform of the Executive Board (“Board Reform Amendment” or “Seventh Amendment”) as set out in the Board of Governors Resolution No. 66-2.