The 2008 G20 Washington summit: Where are they now

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1 Financial Stability Forum chairman Mario Draghi

Now president of the European Central Bank

2 UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon

Retired in December 2016

3 Dutch finance minister Jan Kees de Jager

Left politics in 2012 and now chief financial officer of telecoms company KPN

4 Russian president Dmitry Medvedev Replaced by Vladimir Putin in 2012, becoming prime minister

5 Argentinian president Cristina Fernández

de Kirchner Succeeded by Mauricio Macri in 2015. Accused of treason in 2017, with decision for a trial made in March 2018

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1 Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi

Convicted of tax fraud in 2013. Back in politics as president of Forza Italia party

2 European commission president José Manuel Barroso

Now chairman of Goldman Sachs International

3 British prime minister Gordon Brown

Lost 2010 election to David Cameron. Stood down from parliament in 2015

4 Mexican president Felipe Calderón Hinojosa

Succeeded by Enrique Peña Nieto in 2012

5 Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Succeeded by Joko Widodo in 2014

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1 German chancellor Angela Merkel Longest-serving incumbent head of government in the EU

2 Spanish president José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero Replaced by Mariano Rajoy in 2011

3 Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Became president in 2014, survived a coup attempt in 2016 and abolished post of prime minister to consolidate power in 2018

4 Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Succeeded by Dilma Rousseff in 2011. Now in prison for 12 years for corruption and money laundering

5 US president George W Bush Succeeded by Barack Obama in 2009. Now keeps a relatively low profile

6 Chinese president Hu Jintao

Succeeded by Xi Jinping in 2012

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1 Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh

Stood down in 2014, succeeded by Narendra Modi

2 Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper

Lost 2015 election to Justin Trudeau

3 Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd

Replaced by Julia Gillard in 2010 before a brief comeback and defeat to Tony Abbott in 2013

4 Saudi Arabian king Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Died aged 90 in 2015. Succeeded as king by his half-brother Salman

5 French President Nicolas Sarkozy

Lost 2012 election to François Hollande. Set to face trial over corruption and influence peddling

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1 Japanese prime minister Taro Aso Succeeded by Yukio Hatoyama in 2009. Was appointed deputy prime minister and finance minister by Shinzo Abe in 2012

2 World Bank president Robert Zoellick Replaced by Jim Yong Kim in 2012. Now a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School

3 International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn Resigned in 2011 after arrest for allegation of sexual assault. Case was dismissed. Succeeded at the IMF by Christine Lagarde

4 South Korean president Lee Myung-bak

Succeeded by Park Geun-hye in 2013. Arrested in 2018 on corruption charges

5 South African president Kgalema Motlanthe

Succeeded by Jacob Zuma in 2009. Defeated by Zuma in 2012 presidential campaign before retiring from politics

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1 Financial Stability Forum chairman Mario Draghi Now president of the European Central Bank

2 UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon

Retired in December 2016

3 Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi

Convicted of tax fraud in 2013. Back in politics as president of Forza Italia party

4 European commission president José Manuel Barroso

Now chairman of Goldman Sachs International

5 British prime minister Gordon Brown

Lost 2010 election to David Cameron. Stood down from parliament in 2015

6 German chancellor Angela Merkel

Longest-serving incumbent head of government in the EU

7 Spanish president José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero Replaced by Mariano Rajoy in 2011

8 Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Became president in 2014, survived a coup attempt in 2016 and abolished post of prime minister to consolidate power in 2018

9 Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh

Stood down in 2014, succeeded by Narendra Modi

10 Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper

Lost 2015 election to Justin Trudeau

11 Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd

Replaced by Julia Gillard in 2010 before a brief comeback and defeat to Tony Abbott in 2013

12 Japanese prime minister Taro Aso

Succeeded by Yukio Hatoyama in 2009. Was appointed deputy prime minister and finance minister by Shinzo Abe in 2012

13 World Bank president Robert Zoellick

Replaced by Jim Yong Kim in 2012. Now a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School

14 International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Resigned in 2011 after arrest for allegation of sexual assault. Case was dismissed. Succeeded at the IMF by Christine Lagarde

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Front row

1 Dutch finance minister Jan Kees de Jager

Left politics in 2012 and now chief financial officer of telecoms company KPN

2 Russian president Dmitry Medvedev

Replaced by Vladimir Putin in 2012, becoming prime minister

3 Argentinian president Cristina Fernández

de Kirchner

Succeeded by Mauricio Macri in 2015. Accused of treason in 2017, with decision for a trial made in March 2018

4 Mexican president Felipe Calderón Hinojosa

Succeeded by Enrique Peña Nieto in 2012

5 Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Succeeded by Joko Widodo in 2014

6 Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva

Succeeded by Dilma Rousseff in 2011. Now in prison for 12 years for corruption and money laundering

7 US president George W Bush

Succeeded by Barack Obama in 2009. Now keeps a relatively low profile

8 Chinese president Hu Jintao

Succeeded by Xi Jinping in 2012

 

9 Saudi Arabian king Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Died aged 90 in 2015. Succeeded as king by his half-brother Salman

10 French president Nicolas Sarkozy

Lost 2012 election to François Hollande. Set to face trial over corruption and influence peddling

11 South Korean president Lee Myung-bak

Succeeded by Park Geun-hye in 2013. Arrested in 2018 on corruption charges

12 South African president Kgalema Motlanthe

Succeeded by Jacob Zuma in 2009. Defeated by Zuma in 2012 presidential campaign before retiring from politics

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1 Financial Stability Forum chairman Mario Draghi

Now president of the European Central Bank

2 UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon

Retired in December 2016

3 Dutch finance minister Jan Kees de Jager

Left politics in 2012 and now chief financial officer of telecoms company KPN

4 Russian president Dmitry Medvedev Replaced by Vladimir Putin in 2012, becoming prime minister

5 Argentinian president Cristina Fernández

de Kirchner Succeeded by Mauricio Macri in 2015. Accused of treason in 2017, with decision for a trial made in March 2018

6 Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi

Convicted of tax fraud in 2013. Back in politics as president of Forza Italia party

7 European commission president José Manuel Barroso

Now chairman of Goldman Sachs International

8 British prime minister Gordon Brown

Lost 2010 election to David Cameron. Stood down from parliament in 2015

9 Mexican president Felipe Calderón Hinojosa

Succeeded by Enrique Peña Nieto in 2012

10 Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Succeeded by Joko Widodo in 2014

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11 German chancellor Angela Merkel Longest-serving incumbent head of government in the EU

12 Spanish president José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero Replaced by Mariano Rajoy in 2011

13 Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Became president in 2014, survived a coup attempt in 2016 and abolished post of prime minister to consolidate power in 2018

14 Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva Succeeded by Dilma Rousseff in 2011. Now in prison for 12 years for corruption and money laundering

15 US president George W Bush Succeeded by Barack Obama in 2009. Now keeps a relatively low profile

16 Chinese president Hu Jintao

Succeeded by Xi Jinping in 2012

17 Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh

Stood down in 2014, succeeded by Narendra Modi

18 Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper

Lost 2015 election to Justin Trudeau

19 Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd

Replaced by Julia Gillard in 2010 before a brief comeback and defeat to Tony Abbott in 2013

20 Saudi Arabian king Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Died aged 90 in 2015. Succeeded as king by his half-brother Salman

21 French President Nicolas Sarkozy

Lost 2012 election to François Hollande. Set to face trial over corruption and influence peddling

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22 Japanese prime minister Taro Aso Succeeded by Yukio Hatoyama in 2009. Was appointed deputy prime minister and finance minister by Shinzo Abe in 2012

23 World Bank president Robert Zoellick Replaced by Jim Yong Kim in 2012. Now a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School

24 International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn Resigned in 2011 after arrest for allegation of sexual assault. Case was dismissed. Succeeded at the IMF by Christine Lagarde

25 South Korean president Lee Myung-bak

Succeeded by Park Geun-hye in 2013. Arrested in 2018 on corruption charges

26 South African president Kgalema Motlanthe

Succeeded by Jacob Zuma in 2009. Defeated by Zuma in 2012 presidential campaign before retiring from politics