Central Bank of Iceland introduces changes

Organisational changes went into effect at the Central Bank of Iceland on Friday 1 September, including the merger of two departments, the central bank said.

The Monetary Department, which handled all the Central Bank's domestic market operations, and the International Department, which handled foreign market transactions, were merged, the central bank said.

All Central Bank market operations and transactions are now handled by the new International and Market Department. At the same time, the

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