Christine Lagarde net worth: Christine Lagarde is the 11th Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund who has a net worth of $4 million. Christine Lagarde has earned her net worth through her professional career as an attorney for Baker and McKenzie law firm, chairman of the Executive Committee and later as partner and head of the Western Europe firm. She has also co-founded the European Law Centre and became President of the global strategic committee. Along with these accomplishments Lagarde has also served as Minister of Commerce and Industry, Minister of Agriculture, Minister of Finance and now serves as MD of the International Monetary fund. Forbes magazine has named her the 9th most powerful woman in the world. Christine Lagarde was born in Paris, France in 1956. Her father was an English Professor and her mother, a teacher. Lagarde graduated from Lycee Francois 1er in 1974 and from there attended a girls boarding school (Holton Arms School) in Bethesda, Maryland in the United States. She also attended and graduated from Paris West University Nanterre La Defense in France and the Institut d'etudes politiques d'Aix-en-Provence where she earned a Master's Degree in Political science. In 1974 she worked as an intern congressional assistant to Representative William Cohen at the U.S. Capitol. Lagarde is twice divorced and has two sons Pierre-Henri Lagarde and Thomas Lagarde. She has involved with businessman and entrepreneur Xavier Giocanti since 2006. Actress Laila Robins portrayed Lagarde in "Too Big to Fail," an HBO film in 2011. She was profiled in the September 2011 issue of Vogue, and was interviewed on the PBS Newshour, as well as the British newspaper, The Guardian and the documentary film "Inside Job."
Christine Lagarde is the current Minister of economy, finance and employment of France. She is the first woman who holds this position and she just recently entered government in 2005. Previously awarded with the Lgion d'honneur, she is also considered by Forbes Magazine as ...
Date of Birth
- January 1, 1956
- Christine Lallouette
- Christine Madeleine Odette Lagarde
- Christine Madeleine Odette Lallouette
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