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List of presidents of the Central Bank of Argentina

This is a list of presidents of the Central Bank of Argentina. The presidents and ministers of economy are listed for context, but the Central Bank has usually been an autarkic institution, except during military governments. As such, many presidents stay in the Central Bank across different presidencias, even of different political parties.

List of presidents

Name
(tenure)
President of Argentina during tenure Minister of Economy of Argentina during tenure
Ernesto Bosch (1935-1945) Hipólito Yrigoyen, José Félix Uriburu, Agustín Pedro Justo, Roberto María Ortiz, Ramón Castillo, Edelmiro Farrell Enrique Pérez Colman (Yrigoyen), Enrique Uriburu, E. Pérez Colman (Uriburu), Alberto Huergo, Federico Pinedo, Roberto Ortiz, Carlos Acevedo (Justo), Pedro Groppo, Federico Pinedo, Carlos Acevedo (Ortiz), Carlos Acevedo, César Ameghino (Castillo, Farrell)
Vicente Casares (1945) Edelmiro Farrell Armando Antilles, Amaro Avalos
Emilio Cárdenas (1946) Edelmiro Farrell Amaro Avalos
Miguel Miranda (1946) Juan Domingo Perón Ramón Cereijo
Domingo Maroglio (1947-1948) Juan Domingo Perón Ramón Cereijo
Alfredo Gómez Morales (1949-1951) Juan Domingo Perón Ramón Cereijo
Miguel Revestido (1952-1955) Juan Domingo Perón Ramón Cereijo, Alfredo Gómez Morales
Eugenio Folcini (1955) Eduardo Lonardi Eugenio Folcini
Julio Alizon García (1956) Eduardo Lonardi Julio Alizon García
Eugenio Blanco (1956) Pedro Eugenio Aramburu Eugenio Blanco
Eduardo Laurencena (1957-1958) Pedro Eugenio Aramburu, Arturo Frondizi Roberto Verrier, Adalbert Krieger Vasena
José Mazar Barnet (1959) Arturo Frondizi Emilio Del Carril
Eusebio Campos (1959-1960) Arturo Frondizi Álvaro Alsogaray
Eustaquio Méndez Delfino (1961-1962) Arturo Frondizi, José María Guido Federico Pinedo (Guido)
Ricardo Pasman (1962) José María Guido Álvaro Alsogaray
Luis Otero Monsegur (1962-1963) José María Guido Eustaquio Méndez Delfino, José Alfredo Martínez de Hoz
Félix Elizalde (1963-1966) Arturo Illia Eugenio Blanco, Juan Carlos Pugliese
Antonio Micele (1966) Juan Carlos Onganía Jorge Salimei
Felipe Tami (1966) Juan Carlos Onganía Jorge Salimei
Benedicto Bianchi (1967) Juan Carlos Onganía Jorge Salimei
Pedro Real (1967-1968) Juan Carlos Onganía Adalbert Krieger Vasena
Egidio Iannella (1969-1970) Juan Carlos Onganía, Roberto M. Levingston José Dagnino Pastore (Onganía), Carlos Moyano Llerena (Levingston)
Daniel Fernández (1970) Roberto M. Levingston Aldo Ferrer
Ricardo Gruneisen (1971) Roberto M. Levingston Aldo Ferrer
Carlos Brignone (1971) Alejandro Lanusse Juan Quilici, Cayetano Licciardo
Jorge Bermúdez Emparanza (1972-1973) Alejandro Lanusse Jorge Wehbe
Alfredo Gómez Morales (1973-1974) Héctor Cámpora, Raúl Lastiri, Juan Domingo Perón José Ber Gelbard
Hernán Aldabe (1974) Isabel Martínez de Perón Alfredo Gómez Morales
Ricardo Cairoli (1975) Isabel Martínez de Perón Celestino Rodrigo
Emilio Mondelli (1975-1976) Isabel Martínez de Perón Pedro Bonanni, Antonio Cafiero
Eduardo Zalduendo (1976) Isabel Martínez de Perón Emilio Mondelli
Alfredo Cassino (1976) Jorge Videla José Alfredo Martínez de Hoz
Adolfo Diz (1977-1981) Jorge Videla José Alfredo Martínez de Hoz
Julio Gómez (1981) Roberto Viola Lorenzo Sigaut
Egidio Iannella (1981-1982) Leopoldo Galtieri Roberto Alemann
Domingo Cavallo (1982) Reynaldo Bignone José Dagnino Pastore
Julio González del Solar (1982-1983) Reynaldo Bignone Jorge Wehbe
Enrique García Vázquez (1983-1984) Raúl Alfonsín Bernardo Grinspun
Juan Concepción (1985) Raúl Alfonsín Juan Sourrouille
José Luis Machinea (1986-1988) Raúl Alfonsín Juan Sourrouille
Enrique García Márquez (1989) Raúl Alfonsín Juan Sourrouille, Juan Carlos Pugliese, Jesús Rodríguez
Javier González Fraga (1989) Carlos Menem Miguel Roig
Egidio Ianella (1989) Carlos Menem Néstor Rapanelli
Rodolfo Rossi (1989) Carlos Menem Antonio Érman González
Enrique Folcini (1990) Carlos Menem Antonio Érman González
Antonio Érman González (1990) Carlos Menem Antonio Érman González
Javier González Fraga (1990) Carlos Menem Antonio Érman González
Roque Fernández (1991-1995) Carlos Menem Domingo Cavallo
Pedro Pou (1996-2001) Carlos Menem, Fernando de la Rúa Roque Fernández, José Luis Machinea, Ricardo López Murphy
Roque Maccarone (2001) Fernando de la Rúa, Adolfo Rodríguez Saá Domingo Cavallo, Nicolás Gallo, Rodolfo Frigeri
Mario Blejer (2002) Eduardo Duhalde Jorge Remes Lenicov
Aldo Pignanelli (2002) Eduardo Duhalde Roberto Lavagna
Alfonso Prat Gay (2002-2003) Eduardo Duhalde, Néstor Kirchner Roberto Lavagna
Martín Redrado (2004-2010) Néstor Kirchner, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Roberto Lavagna, Felisa Miceli, Miguel Peirano, Martín Lousteau, Carlos Fernández, Amado Boudou
Mercedes Marcó del Pont (2010-2013) Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Amado Boudou, Hernán Lorenzino, Axel Kicillof
Juan Carlos Fábrega (2013-2014) Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Axel Kicillof
Alejandro Vanoli (2014-incumbent) Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Axel Kicillof

External links

  • Banco Central de la República Argentina
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