Jean-Claude Trichet

Jean-Claude Trichet

Jean-Claude Trichet is a French civil servant, who was the president of the European Central Bank from 2003 to 2011. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements. In 2008, Trichet ranked fifth on 'Newsweek'’s list of the world's most powerful along with economic triumvirs Ben Bernanke and Masaaki Shirakawa . Wikipedia*

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Jean-Claude Trichet has eight videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1996 Forum as a Governor for the Bank of France. The year with the most videos was 2008 with two videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2010 with an average of 227 views per program. Most appearances with Gordon Brown (2), Matthew Winkler (2). Most common tags: Banking & Financial Markets, Economic Policy, International Trade.

Appearances by Title:c. November 1, 2003 - Present President, European Central Bank Videos: 6 c. February 2, 1996 - Present Governor, Bank of France Videos: 2 c. January 1, 2005 - Present President Videos: 0

Recent Appearances

  • Future of the European Economy

    Future of the European Economy

    British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou joined the President of the European Central…

  • Central Banks and the Global Economy

    Central Banks and the Global Economy

    Current and former central bank officials talked about monetary policy and the state of the global economy. Among the topics…

  • Future of Financial Institutions

    Future of Financial Institutions

    Panelists talked about the long-term effects of massive government assistance to aid struggling businesses such as General Motors or…

  • U.S. and Global Economic Outlook

    U.S. and Global Economic Outlook

    European Central Bank (ECB) President Jean-Claude Trichet talked about U.S. and global economies at the luncheon meeting of…

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