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|Birth date:||January 1, 1956|
|Birth place:||Paris, France|
|Education:||Holton-Arms School, Sciences Po Aix, Paris West University Nanterre La Défense|
|Partner:||Xavier Giocanti (2006–)|
|Spouse:||Wilfried Lagarde (m. 1982–1992)|
|Children:||Thomas Lagarde, Pierre-Henri Lagarde|
|Parents:||Nicole Lallouette, Robert Lallouette|
Christine Lagarde Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Christine Madeleine Odette Lallouette was born on the 1st January 1956 in Paris, France, and is a lawyer and politician, who serves as the Managing Director (MD) of the International Monetary Fund, a position she has been in since 5th July 2011 – recently she was selected for a new five year turn, which started on 5th July 2016.
Have you ever wondered how rich Christina Lagarde is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Christine`s net worth is as high as $4 million, an amount earned through her successful legal and political career now spanning over 35 years.
Chrisitne Lagarde Net Worth $4 Million
Christina is the only daughter of Robert Lallouette, who worked as an English professor, and his wife Nicole, who was a Greek, Latin and French literature teacher. She has three younger brothers, and spent her childhood in Le Havre with them. Christine went to the Lycée François 1er and Lycée Claude Monet, then following her baccalaureate in 1973, Christina moved to USA on an American Field Scholarship, and enrolled at the Holton-Arms School for girls, located in Bethesda, Maryland. While in the USA, Christine was an intern at the United States Capitol as congressional assistant to Representative William Cohen, and helped him to communicate with French-speaking members who were a part of the Watergate hearings. She returned to France, and obtained a Master`s degree in English, labor law and social law from the Paris West University Nanterre La Defense, after which she enrolled at the Institut d’études politiques d’Aix-en-Provence, from which she also obtained a master`s degree.
Her career began in 1981, when she became a part of the Baker & Mckenzie international law firm with its headquarters in Chicago, with responsibility for major antitrust and labour cases; and six years later she became a partner in the firm, and was named head of the firm in Western Europe. In 1995, Christina joined the executive committee, and the four years later became the Chairman of the firm, the first female to achieve such a thing in the company. Her net worth was well established.
Her political career officially began in 2005. when she was chosen as minister of Commerce and Industry under French President Jacques Chirac, and Prime Minister Dominic de Villepin. She served in position until 2007, when she became Minister of Agriculture, however, she didn`t stay long in the position, as she soon took the chair of Minister of Finance in François Fillon`s government under president Nicolas Sarkozy. She served in position until 2011, when she announced that she would run for Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund(IMF). She was opposed by Mexican Secretary of Finance Agustin Carstens but won with support from UK, US, Indian, Russian, Chinese, German and Brazilian governments. Her incumbent was held on the 5 July 2011, and she continues to serve. This success has significantly increased her net worth.
Regarding her personal life, Christina has twice married – her first husband was Wilfrid Francis Lagarde(1982-92), with whom she had two sons. She then married Eachran Gilmour, but their relationship also ended in a divorce. Since 2006 has been in a relationship with entrepreneur Xavier Giocanti.
Christina puts maximum effort into keeping her health; she is a vegetarian and regularly visits the gym, and also enjoys cycling and swimming.
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|Despicable Me||2010||special thanks|
|The Daily Show with Trevor Noah||2009-2015||TV Series||Herself|
|To Make Women Shine: WAW! From Japan to the World||2015||Video documentary short||Herself - Managing Director, IMF|
|Les 4 vérités||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Charlie Rose||2009-2014||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Los desayunos de TVE||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|The Richard Dimbleby Lecture||2014||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley||2012||TV Series||Herself - Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund|
|60 Minutes||2011-2012||TV Series documentary||Herself - International Monetary Fund (segment "An Imperfect Union") / Herself (segment "Christine Lagarde")|
|Breakfast||2011||TV Series||Herself - Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund|
|This Week||2011||TV Series||Herself - Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund|
|Le grand journal de Canal+||2009-2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Giordano hebdo||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Dimanche +||2008-2009||TV Series||Herself|
|Le journal de 20 heures||2009||TV Series||Herself|
|European Elections 09||2009||TV Movie||Herself - French Finance Minister|
|20 heures le journal||2007||TV Series||Herself|
|Democracy Now!||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Günther Jauch||2015||TV Series||Herself - IWF-Chefin|
|3 hronia - 3 mnimonia: Piso ap' osa zisame||2013||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
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|2||French minister of Economic Affairs, Industry and Employment since 19 June 2007.|
|1||[on Mario Draghi, Europe's central banker] His down-to-earth approach and keen sense of humor conceal a formidable will and the courage to take on skeptics for the good of the currency - and the continent. He is among the most astute of technocrats.|
|2||The financial industry is a service industry. It should serve others before it serves itself.|
|3||I'm very much a believer that it's action that matters much more so than the flurry of political promises and statements and slogans that are used during political campaigns.|
|4||I think more of the little kids in a little village in Niger who get teaching two hours a day, sharing one chair for the three of them, and who are keen to get an education. I have them in mind all the time. Because I think they need even more help than the people in Athens.|
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