Central Bank of Aruba

Central Bank of Aruba
Brief History

The Central Bank of Aruba (CBA) started its operations on 1 January 1986. On that date Aruba became an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Prior to this period, Aruba formed part of the Netherlands Antilles. The CBA is a legal entity in itself (sui generis) with an autonomous position within Aruba’s public sector. The principal tasks of the CBA are to safeguard the value of the florin, to promote the soundness and integrity of the financial system, to issue

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