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List of Central Banks of All Countries

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Central Banks

A central bank, reserve bank, or monetary authority is an institution that manages the currency and monetary policy of a state or nation, and oversees their commercial banking system. In contrast to a commercial bank, a central bank possesses a monopoly on increasing the monetary base. Reserve bank of India is the centarl bank of India.

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Here we compiled the list of central bank of different countires. You can download pdf file of this post.

List of Central Banks of All Countries

Coutry NameCentral Bank Name
AbkhaziaNational Bank of the Republic of Abkhazia
AfghanistanDa Afghanistan Bank
AlbaniaBank of Albania
AlgeriaBank of Algeria
Andorrano central bank; uses the euro as its domestic currency
AngolaNational Bank of Angola
AnguillaEastern Caribbean Central Bank
Antigua and BarbudaEastern Caribbean Central Bank
ArgentinaCentral Bank of Argentina
ArmeniaCentral Bank of Armenia
Artsakhno central bank; uses the Armenian Dram as its domestic currency
ArubaCentral Bank of Aruba
AustraliaReserve Bank of Australia (1960)
AustriaAustrian National Bank
AzerbaijanCentral Bank of Azerbaijan
BahamasCentral Bank of The Bahamas (1974)
BahrainCentral Bank of Bahrain (1973)
BangladeshBangladesh Bank
BarbadosCentral Bank of Barbados (1972)
BelarusNational Bank of the Republic of Belarus
BelgiumNational Bank of Belgium
BelizeCentral Bank of Belize (1982)
BeninCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
BermudaBermuda Monetary Authority (1969)
BhutanRoyal Monetary Authority of Bhutan
BoliviaCentral Bank of Bolivia
Bosnia and HerzegovinaCentral Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
BotswanaBank of Botswana (1975)
BrazilCentral Bank of Brazil
BruneiMonetary Authority of Brunei Darussalam
BulgariaBulgarian National Bank
Burkina Faso
Central Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
BurundiBank of the Republic of Burundi
CambodiaNational Bank of Cambodia
CameroonBank of Central African States as part of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
CanadaBank of Canada
Cape VerdeBank of Cape Verde
Cayman IslandsCayman Islands Monetary Authority (1997)
Central African RepublicBank of Central African States as part of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
ChadBank of Central African States as part of the Economic and Monetary Community
ChileCentral Bank of Chile
ChinaPeople’s Bank of China
ColombiaBank of the Republic
ComorosCentral Bank of the Comoros
Congo, Democratic Republic ofCentral Bank of the Congo
Congo, Republic ofBank of Central African States as part of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
Costa RicaCentral Bank of Costa Rica
Cote d’IvoireCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic
and Monetary Union
CroatiaCroatian National Bank
CubaCentral Bank of Cuba
CuraçaoCentral Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten
CyprusCentral Bank of Cyprus
Turkish Republic of Northern CyprusCentral Bank of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Czech RepublicCzech National Bank
DenmarkNational Bank of Denmark
DjiboutiCentral Bank of Djibouti
DominicaEastern Caribbean Central Bank (1983)
Dominican RepublicCentral Bank of the Dominican
Donetsk People’s RepublicCentral Republican Bank
East TimorEast Timor Central Bank
EcuadorCentral Bank of Ecuador (1927)
EgyptCentral Bank of Egypt (1961)
El SalvadorCentral Reserve Bank of El Salvador
Equatorial GuineaBank of Central African States as part of the Economic and Monetary
Community of Central Africa
EritreaBank of Eritrea (1993)
EstoniaBank of Estonia
EswatiniCentral Bank of Eswatini
EthiopiaNational Bank of Ethiopia
European UnionEuropean Central Bank
FijiReserve Bank of Fiji (1984)
FinlandBank of Finland
FranceBank of France
GabonBank of Central African States as part of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
The GambiaCentral Bank of The Gambia (1971)
GermanyDeutsche Bundesbank (1957)
GeorgiaNational Bank of Georgia
GhanaBank of Ghana (1957)
GreeceBank of Greece
GrenadaEastern Caribbean Central Bank (1983)
GuatemalaBank of Guatemala
GuineaCentral Bank of the Republic of Guinea
Guinea-BissauCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
GuyanaBank of Guyana (1965)
HaitiBank of the Republic of Haiti
Hong KongHong Kong Monetary Authority
HondurasCentral Bank of Honduras
Holy SeeAdministration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See
HungaryHungarian National Bank
IcelandCentral Bank of Iceland
IndiaReserve Bank of India
IndonesiaBank of Indonesia
IranCentral Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran
IraqCentral Bank of Iraq
Republic of IrelandCentral Bank of Ireland
IsraelBank of Israel
ItalyBank of Italy
JamaicaBank of Jamaica (1961)
JapanBank of Japan
JordanCentral Bank of Jordan
KazakhstanNational Bank of Kazakhstan
KenyaCentral Bank of Kenya
Kiribatino central bank; uses the Australian dollar as its domestic currency
Korea, Democratic People’s Republic ofCentral Bank of the Democratic People’s
KosovoCentral Bank of Kosovo
KuwaitCentral Bank of Kuwait (1969)
KyrgyzstanNational Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic
LaosBank of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic
LatviaBank of Latvia
LebanonBanque du Liban
LesothoCentral Bank of Lesotho
LiberiaCentral Bank of Liberia (2000)
LibyaCentral Bank of Libya (1956
LiechtensteinNational Bank of Liechtenstein
LithuaniaBank of Lithuania
Luhansk People’s RepublicGosbank
LuxembourgCentral Bank of Luxembourg
MacauAutoridade Monetária de Região Administrativa Especial de Macau
MadagascarCentral Bank of Madagascar
MalawiReserve Bank of Malawi (1964)
MalaysiaCentral Bank of Malaysia
MaldivesMaldives Monetary Authority (1981)
MaliCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
MaltaCentral Bank of Malta
Marshall Islandsno central bank; uses the United States dollar as its domestic currency
MauritaniaCentral Bank of Mauritania
MauritiusBank of Mauritius (1967)
MexicoBank of Mexico
Micronesiano central bank; uses the United States dollar as its domestic currency
MoldovaNational Bank of Moldova
Monacono central bank; uses the euro as its domestic currency
MongoliaBank of Mongolia
MontenegroCentral Bank of Montenegro
MontserratEastern Caribbean Central Bank (1983)
MoroccoBank Al-Maghrib
MozambiqueBank of Mozambique
MyanmarCentral Bank of Myanmar
NamibiaBank of Namibia (1990)
Nauruno central bank; uses the Australian dollar as its domestic currency
NepalNepal Rastra Bank
NetherlandsDe Nederlandsche Bank
New CaledoniaOverseas Issuing Institute as part of the CFP
New ZealandReserve Bank of New Zealand
NicaraguaCentral Bank of Nicaragua
NigerCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
NigeriaCentral Bank of Nigeria (1958)
North MacedoniaNational Bank of North Macedonia
NorwayNorges Bank
OmanCentral Bank of Oman
PakistanState Bank of Pakistan (1948)
Palauno central bank; uses the United States dollar as its domestic currency
PalestinePalestine Monetary Authority (1994)
Panamano central bank; uses the United States dollar as its domestic currency, and the Panamanian balboa pegged to the U.S. dollar
Papua New GuineaBank of Papua New Guinea (1973)
ParaguayCentral Bank of Paraguay
PeruCentral Reserve Bank of Peru
PhilippinesBangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (1949)
PolandNational Bank of Poland
French PolynesiaOverseas Issuing Institute as part of the CFP
PortugalBank of Portugal
QatarQatar Central Bank (1973
RomaniaNational Bank of Romania
RussiaCentral Bank of Russia
RwandaNational Bank of Rwanda
Saint Kitts and NevisEastern Caribbean Central Bank (1983)
Saint LuciaEastern Caribbean Central Bank (1983)
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesEastern Caribbean Central Bank (1983)
SamoaCentral Bank of Samoa
San MarinoCentral Bank of the Republic of San Marino
Sao Tome and PrincipeCentral Bank of São Tomé and Príncipe
Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabian Monetary Authority
SenegalCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
SerbiaNational Bank of Serbia
SeychellesCentral Bank of Seychelles
SingaporeMonetary Authority of Singapore (1971)
Sierra LeoneBank of Sierra Leone (1963)
Sint MaartenCentral Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten
SlovakiaNational Bank of Slovakia
SloveniaBank of Slovenia
Solomon IslandsCentral Bank of Solomon Islands (1983)
SomaliaCentral Bank of Somalia
SomalilandBank of Somaliland
South AfricaSouth African Reserve Bank (1921)
South OssetiaNational Bank of South Ossetia (2013)
South SudanBank of South Sudan (2011)
SpainBank of Spain
Sri LankaCentral Bank of Sri Lanka
SudanCentral Bank of Sudan (1960)
SurinameCentral Bank of Suriname
SwedenSveriges Riksbank
SwitzerlandSwiss National Bank
SyriaCentral Bank of Syria (1953
TaiwanCentral Bank of the Republic of China
TajikistanNational Bank of Tajikistan
TanzaniaBank of Tanzania
ThailandBank of Thailand
Timor-LesteBanco Central de Timor-Leste
TogoCentral Bank of West African States as part of the West African Economic and Monetary Union
TongaNational Reserve Bank of Tonga (1989)
TransnistriaTransnistrian Republican Bank
Trinidad and TobagoCentral Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (1964)
TunisiaCentral Bank of Tunisia
TurkeyCentral Bank of the Republic of Turkey
TurkmenistanCentral Bank of Turkmenistan
Tuvaluno central bank; uses the Australian dollar as its domestic currency, and the
Tuvaluan dollar pegged to the Australian dollar
UgandaBank of Uganda
UkraineNational Bank of Ukraine
United Arab EmiratesCentral Bank of the United Arab Emirates
United KingdomBank of England (1694)
United StatesFederal Reserve (1913)
UruguayCentral Bank of Uruguay
UzbekistanCentral Bank of the Republic of Uzbekistan
VanuatuReserve Bank of Vanuatu
VenezuelaCentral Bank of Venezuela
VietnamState Bank of Vietnam
West African Economic and Monetary UnionCentral Bank of West African States
YemenCentral Bank of Yemen (1971)
ZambiaBank of Zambia (1964)
ZimbabweReserve Bank of Zimbabwe (1964)

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