Juan Carlos Echeverry (politician)
|Juan Carlos Echeverry|
|Minister of Finance and Public Credit of Colombia|
7 August 2010 – 3 September 2012
|President||Juan Manuel Santos|
|Preceded by||Óscar Iván Zuluaga Escobar|
|Succeeded by||Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María|
|Director of the National Planning Department of Colombia|
27 August 2000 – 7 August 2002
|President||Andrés Pastrana Arango|
|Preceded by||Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María|
|Succeeded by||Santiago Montenegro Trujillo|
12 September 1962 |
Ibagué, Tolima, Colombia
|Spouse(s)||Verónica Navas Ospina (2004-present)|
|Children||Gabriel Echeverry Navas
Gregorio Echeverry Navas
|Alma mater||University of the Andes (BA.)
New York University (PhD)
Juan Carlos Echeverry Garzón (born 12 September 1962) is a Colombian economist and was the Minister of Finance and Public Credit of Colombia. He is the president of Econcept, a financial consulting firm in Bogotá and is an Associate Professor of Economics at University of the Andes.
He served as Colombia’s Minister of Economic Planning from 2000–2002 and held the position of Dean of Economics at the University of the Andes from 2002-2006. He was appointed finance minister by Colombia's President-elect Juan Manuel Santos on June 22, 2010.
- "Santos names Echeverry finance minister". Retrieved 23 June 2010.
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