The Arab Monetary Fund is a Regional Arab Organisation was founded in 1976 but started operations in 1977. Its headquarters are in the city of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
The principal organs of the AMF are the Board of Governors, the Board of Executive Directors, and the Director-General. In the Board of Governors (General Assembly) each member state is represented by a Governor and a Deputy Governor. The Board of Executive Directors, composed of eight directors of renewable three-year terms, is chaired by the Director-General, who is appointed to the board for a renewable five-year term and also holds the position of Managing Director of the AMF. The organization distributes its work through various offices (IA), departments, committees, and divisions.
Organisational Structure of Arab Monetary Fund (AMF)
The organisational structure of AMF consists of the Board of Governors (General Assembly), and the board of executive directors chaired by the Director General Chairman of the Board.
The governance structure of the Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) reflects the attention paid by the Fund to defining roles and responsibilities across its supervisory, oversight and executive bodies, their integration, interaction, horizontal communication, opinion sharing, broadening the scope of knowledge, and insight, prior to taking a decision.