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Central Bank – Name     /     Current Interest Rate     /     Country

Central Bank of Argentina (BCRA)

The Central Bank of Argentina, also known as the “BCRA”, was established on May 28th, 1935.

60,0% Argentina
Central Bank of Aruba (CBA)

The Central Bank of Aruba (the Bank) started its operations on January 1, 1986.

3% Aruba
Central Bank of The Bahamas
The Central Bank of The Bahamas was established on 1st June 1974.
4% Bahamas
Central Bank of Barbados (CBB)

The Central Bank of Barbados is not a commercial bank and therefore does not offer banking services to the public.

3% Barbados
Central Bank of Belize
The Central Bank of Belize was established on 1st January 1982.
0% Belize
Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA)

The Bermuda Monetary Authority is responsible for the licensing of banks, deposit companies and investment businesses.

0% Bermuda
The Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB)

The bank was established on July 1, 1929.

0,86%  Bolivia
Banco Central Do Brazil (BCB)

The Central Bank of Brazil was established on 31st December 1964.

2,00% Brazil
Banco Central Do Chile

The Central Bank of Chile was created by decree law No. 486, 21 August 1925.

0,5% Chile
Central Bank of Costa Rica

The Central Bank of Costa Rica is in charge of establishing banking policy. SUGEF (the General Supervisory Agency of Finance).

0% Costa Rica
Central Bank of the Dominican
The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic was created on October 9th, 1947.
3,0% Dominican Republic
Zentralbank Ecuadors (BCE)

The Central Bank of Ecuador, founded as a private bank in 1927.

0% Ecuador
Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador

The Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador controls the currency rate and regulates certain economic activities within El Salvador.

0% El Salvador
Banco De Guatemala

The Bank of Guatemala was created in 1945.

4,5% Guatemala
Bank of Guyana (BOG)

The Bank of Guyana was established by virtue of the Bank of Guyana Ordinance November 23 of 1965.

6,25% Guyana
Haiti National Bank (BRH)

The Haiti national bank was founded after the independence of Haiti from France.

0%  Haiti
Banco Central De Honduras (BCH)

By tradition, the Central Bank of Honduras has been a leader and pioneer institution within the governmental sector.

5,5% Honduras
Bank of Jamaica

The Bank of Jamaica is located in Kingston. It was established by the Bank of Jamaica Act 1960 and was opened on May 1st 1961.

0,5% Jamaica
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA)

Is the primary financial services regulator of the Cayman Islands.

0% Cayman Islands
Bank of Canada (BOC)

It was established 1934.

0,25% Canada
Bank of Cape Verde

It is located in the national capital of Praia on Santiago in Cape Verde. The government established it in 1975.

3,50% Cape Verde
Bank of the Republic

Its main functions are detailed by the Congress according to 1992.

4,25% Colombia
Banco Central de Cuba (BCC)

May 28, 1997

0% Cuba
Banco de Mexico (BdeM)

Established September 1925.

4,25% Mexico
Banco Central Bank de Nicaragua

Established in 1961.

0% Nicaragua
Zentralbank der Netherlands Antills

The Bank’s most important objectives are to maintain the external stability of the Netherlands Antillean guilder (NAf.)

0% Netherlands Antills
National Bank of Panama

The National Bank of Panama is one out two government owned banks in Panama.

0% Panama
Central Bank of Paraguay (BCP)

Its headquarters are in Asunción.

0,75% Paraguay
Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP)

It was established on 9th March 1922.

0,25% Peru
Central Bank of Suriname (CBvS)

It was established on 1st April 1957.

0% Suriname
Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

Established by an Act of Parliament on December 12, 1964.

3,5% Trinidad and Tobago
Federal Reserve (FED)

1913 Federal Reserve Act

0,00%-0,25%  USA
Banco Central de Uruguay (BCU)

Established 1967

9,25%  Uruguay
Banco Central de Venezuela (BCV)


18,24% Venezuela

Central Banks Worldwide


The Bank of Albania (BoA)

Is the only institution in the Republic of Albania responsible for designing, compiling, approving and implementing the monetary policy.

0,5% Albania
National Bank of Belgium (NBB)

Since 1850, and is a member of the European System of Central Banks.

0,0% Belgium
Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CBBH)

Established in accordance with the Law adopted at the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 20 June 1997.

0% Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Bulgarian National Bank (BNB)

One of the oldest central banks in the world, established on 25 January 1879.

0,01% Bulgaria
Die Deutsche Bundesbank

Part of the European System (ESZB).

0,0% Germany
Danmarks Nationalbank

It is a non-eurozone member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).

0,05% Danmark
Eesti Pank

Is the central bank of the Republic of Estonia that operates the Estonian monetary system.

0,00%  Estonia
Die Europäische Zentralbank (EZB)

One of the most important central banks in the world. Holds 19 member countries inside the Eurozone.

0,00% Euro-Zone
Bank of Finland

National monetary authority and member of the European System of central banks and the Eurosystem.

0,0% Finland
Banque de France

Works tight with the (EZB) European Central Bank connected.

0,0% France 
Bank of Greece

Located in Athens (Venizelos Avenue) and founded in 1927. Its operations started officially in 1928.

0,0% Greece
The Central Bank and Financial Services (CBFSAI)

Authority of Ireland is the financial services regulator of Ireland and historically the central bank.

0,05% Ireland
Central Bank of Iceland

Owned by the Icelandic state but under separate administration.

0,75% Iceland
Bank of Italy

Part of the european system (ESZB).

0,0% Italy
Croatian National Bank (CNB)

The National Bank was established by the Constitution of Croatia.

5,0% Croatia
National Bank of Latvia

It is one of the key public institutions and carries out economic functions as prescribed by law.

0,0% Latvia
Bank of Lithuania

Its principal objective is to maintain price stability.

1,75% Lithuania
The Banque centrale du Luxembourg (BCL)

Was founded by the laws of 22 April 1998 and 23 December 1998. The BCL was set up at the same time as the European Central Bank.

0,0% Luxembourg
The Central Bank of Malta

Was established by the Central Bank of Malta Act on 17 April 1968. On 1 May 2004 the Bank joined the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).

0,0% Malta
National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia (NBRM)


3,25% Macedonia
The National Bank of Moldova (BNM)


2,65% Moldova
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)

Member of the european system (ESZB).

0,0%  Niederlande
Norges Bank

The Bank shall promote economic stability in Norway.

0%  Norwegen
Narodowy Bank Polski (NBP)


0,10% Polski
The Banco de Portugal

Integral part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) operates in an international and, mostly, European environment marked.

0,0% Portugal
The National Bank of Romania (NBR)

NBR is an independent public institution, with its headquarters in Bucharest.

1,25% Romania
Central Bank of the Russian Federation (CBR)


4,25% Russia
The Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino (BCSM)


0%  San Marino
Sveriges Riksbank (Riksbank)


0,00% Sweden
Die Schweizer Nationalbank (SNB)

Responsible for monetary poliy.

-0,75% Swiss
National Bank of Serbia (NBS)

Its main responsibilities are the protection of price stability and maintenance of financial stability.

1% Serbia
Národna banka Slovenska (NBS)

A member of the Eurosystem. The NBS together with other central banks and the European Central Bank

0,0% Slovakia
The Bank of Slovenia

It was established on 25 June 1991 by the adoption of the Bank of Slovenia Act (BoSA).

0,0% Slovenia
Banko De Espana (BDE)

Established in 1782 from Karl III.

0,0% Spain
The Czech National Bank (CNB)

Supervisor of the Czech financial market.

0,25% Czech Republic
Turkey Central Bank (CBRT)


17,00%  Turkey
National Bank of Ukraine (NBU)


6,00%  Ukraine
The Hungarian National Bank (MNB)

The principal aim of the bank is to retain price stability.

0,60%  Hungaria
Bank of England (BOE)

Central bank for the United Kingdom.

0,10% United Kindom
The National Bank of the Republic of Belarus

Located in the capital city, Minsk. The bank was created in 1922.

7,75% White Russia
The Central Bank of Cyprus

Established in 1963, shortly after Cyprus gained its independence.

0,0% Cyprus
Die Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB)

Part of the european system.

0,0% Austria

Central Banks Worldwide


Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB)

It regulates all the banking and money handling operations in Afghanistan.

15,00% Afghanistan
(CBA) The Central Bank of Armenia


5,25% Armenia
(NBA) The Central Bank of Azerbaijan


6,25%  Aserbaidschan
(RBA)Die Reserve Bank of Australia

Established 14. Januar 1960

0,10% Australia
Bangladesh Bank,

Established as a body corporate vide the Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972

6,75% Bangladesch
The Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan (RMA)

Established under the Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan Act.

0% Bhutan
Brunei Currency and Monetary Board Central Bank (BCMB)

Established on 1st February 2004, was formally known as Brunei Currency Board (BCB)

0% Brunei Darussalam
People’s Bank of China (PBOC)


4,35% China
The Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF)

The responsibilities of the FRB include issue of currency, control of money.

0,25% Fiji
The National Bank of Georgia (NBG)

Its status is defined by the Constitution of Georgia.

8,0% Georgia
Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA)

Established 1. April 1993.

0,86%  Hong Kong
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

Established 1. April 1935.

4,00% India
Bank Indonesia (BI)

Established 1. Juli 1953.

3,75% Indonesia
Bank of Japan (BOJ)


-0,10%  Japan
The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC)

Located in Phnom Penh, is the central bank of Cambodia.

0% Cambodia
The National Bank


9,0% Kazakhstan
Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic (NBKR)


5% Kirgisistan
The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM)

Established December 1999

2,25% Macao
Central Bank of Malaysia (BNM)

Established on 26 January 1959.

1,75% Malaysia
(MMA) The Maldives Monetary Authority

Established on 1st July 1981.

0% Maldives
The Bank of Mongolia


6%  Mongolei
(CBM) The Central Bank of Myanmar

It was established under the Central Bank of Myanmar Law in 1990.

7%  Myanmar
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB)

Established in 1956.

5%  Nepal
Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ)

Established 1989.

0,25% New Zealand
The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)

Established  1948.

7,5% Pakistan
Bank of Papua New Guinea


7% Papua New Guinea
(BSP)The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

It was established on 3 July 1993.

2%  Philippinen
Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI)

Established in February 1983 under the Central Bank of Solomon Islands Act 1976 which was amended in 1985.

13,42%  Salomonen
The Central Bank of Samoa (CBS)

Is the nation’s reserve bank and, as such, it acts as banker to the Government and the commercial banks.

5%  Samoa
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

It was set up in 1971 to oversee various monetary functions associated with banking as well as…

0,06%  Singapore
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL)

It was established in 1950, two years after independence.

4,5%  Sri Lanka
Bank Of Korea (BOK)


0,50%  South Korea
The National Bank of Tajikistan (NBT)


10,75% Tajikistan
Central Bank of China (Taiwan)


1,125%  Taiwan
The Bank of Thailand (BOT)

Was first set up as the Thai National Banking Bureau. Established 1942.

0,50% Thailand
The National Reserve Bank of Tonga (NRBT)


0% Tonga
The Central Bank of Turkmenistan

It is located 2 kilometres south of the centre of Ashgabat and is operated by the government. It…

0% Turkmenistan
The Central Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan (CBU)

For the performance of assigned tasks it creates the appropriate services.

14,0% Uzbekistan
The Reserve Bank of Vanuatu (RBV)

Vanuatu achieved its political independence from Great Britain and France on July 30, 1980.

0% Vanuatu
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV)


6,50%  Vietnam

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Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB)


0,5% Bahrain
Central Bank of Iraq (CBI)

Maintain domestic price stability, and foster a stable competitive market based financial system.

6% Irak

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) was established in 1960.

0% Iran
Bank of Israel (BOI)

Founded on August 24, 1954, when the Knesset passed the Bank of Israel Act.

0,10% Israel
Bank of Yemen

Was established in 1971.

0% Yemen
The Central Bank of Jordan’s (CBJ)


3,75% Jordania
The Qatar Central Bank (QCB)

Founded in 1971 when that country separated from the United Arab Emirates.

2,0% Qatar
Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK)

Established in 1969 with a mission to lay the foundations and maintain a flexible and stable monetary financial system.

1,5% Kuwait
Banque du Liban (BDL)

Is the central bank of Lebanon. It was established on August 1, 1963 and became fully operational on April 1, 1964.

2,75% Libanon
Central Bank of Oman (CBO)


1,50% Oman
Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA)


2,5% Saudi Arabia
Central Bank of Syria (CBOS)

Established in 1953.

0% Syrien
United Arab Emirates (CBUAE)

Established 11. Dezember 1980

1,75% United Arab Emirates
Central Bank of Egypt (CBE)

The CBE Regulates banks and the banking system.

8,25% Egypt

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Bank of Algeria

Mission is to maintain in the field of currency, credit and foreign exchange, the conditions most conducive.

4% Algeria
National Bank of Angola (BNA)

Established in 1926.

15,5% Angola
Bank of Botswana (BoB)


3,75% Botswana
Bank of the Republic of Burundi (BRB)

The bank was established in 1966 and its offices are in Bujumbura.

0% Republic of Burundi
Central Bank of the Congo

he bank’s main offices are on Boulevard Colonel Tshatshi in La Gombe.

14,00% Democratic Republic of the Congo
Central Bank of Djibouti

The bank is responsible for managing the currency of Djibouti.

0% Djibouti
Bank of Eritrea

The bank is located in Asmara, the capital.

0%  Eritrea
Bank of The Gambia (CBG)

As a central bank, CBG is responsible for providing banking services to the Gambian government.

10,0%  Gambia
Bank of Ghana (BOG)


14,5%  Ghana
Central Bank of the Republic of Guinea (BCRG)

The bank is located in the capital city of Conakry.

4,25% Republic of Guinea
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK)

Established in 1966 through the Central Bank of Kenya Act of 1966.

7%  Kenya
Central Bank of the Comoros (BCC)


0% Comoros
Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL)

Established 1978 under the Lesotho Monetary Authority Act.

3,5% Lesotho
Central Bank of Liberia (CBL)

Established on October 18, 1999 by an Act of the National Legislature of the Republic of Liberia.

25,0% Liberia
Central Bank of Libya (CBL)

100% state owned and represents the monetary authority.

0% Libya
Central Bank of Madagascar is the central bank of Madagascar (BCM)

The bank’s mission is to, in collaboration with the general government, and in observation of the laws.

0% Madagascar
The Reserve Bank of Malaw (RBM)

Established under an Act of Parliament in July 1964 and started its operations in June, 1965 in Blantyre.

12,0% Malaw
Bank Al-Maghrib (BKAM)

Central bank of the Kingdom of Morocco. It was founded in 1959, and is based in Rabat.

2,25% Morocco
Central Bank of Mauritania (BCM)

The bank is located in Nouakchott.

0% Mauritania
Bank of Mauritius (BOM)

Standing at the centre of the Mauritian financial system.

1,85% Republic of Mauritius
Bank of Mozambique

The bank does not function as a commercial bank, and has the responsibility of governing the monetary policies.

13,25% Mozambique
Bank of Namibia (BON)

Established in 1993 to replace the never opened Namibia Reserve Bank. The Bank of Namibia is the only institution that is permitted.

3,75% Namibia
Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

Established 1959.

11,50% Nigeria
National Bank of Rwanda (NBR)

The bank was founded in 1964.

4,5% Rwanda
Bank of Zambia (BOZ)

Established to take over from the Bank of Northern Rhodesia on the 7th of August,1964.

8,00% Sambia
Central Bank of Seychelles (CBS)

Since 2004 the Bank operates as an autonomous institution.

11,3% Seychelles
Bank of Sierra Leone (BSL)

The bank formulates and implements monetary policy, including foreign exchange.

9,50% Sierra Leone
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)

Established in March 1956.

0% Zimbabwe
Central Bank of Somalia

Established on June 30, 1960

0% Somalia
Bank of Sudan

The bank was formed in 1960, four years after Sudan’s independence.

0% Sudan
Central Bank of Swaziland (CBS)

It was established in 1974 and is based in Mbabane.

3,75% Swaziland
National Bank of São Tom

At independence in 1975

15,0% São Tomé
South African Reserve Bank (SARB)

It was established in 1921 after Parliament passed an act, the “Currency and Bank Act of 10 August.

3,50% South Africa
Bank of Tanzania (BOT)

It is responsible for issuing the national currency, the Tanzanian shilling.

7,58% Tanzania
Central Bank of Tunisia

Watching over the monetary policy.

6,75% Tunisia
Central Bank of Uganda (BOU)

The Central Bank of Uganda is 100% owned by the Government of Uganda, but is not a government department.

7,00% Uganda
National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE)

Established in 1963.

0% Ethiopia

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