Brazil's Roberto Campos Neto, 53, was named Latin America's Central Bank Governor of the Year at the LatinFinance Banks of the Year Awards.
The Brazilian was praised for managing the impact of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and the global financial crisis.
The economist is being recognized for his efforts to build credibility at the bank.
The award states that he was the region's most effective monetary policy manager from July 2021 to June 2022.
The Brazilian Monetary Authority started raising interest rates in March 2021, when they were at 2% per year.
Since then, the . . .