Central Bank of Belize

Brief History

The Central Bank of Belize, the successor to the Belize Monetary Authority (BMA), was established by the Central Bank of Belize Act No. 15 of 1982 on 1 January 1982, shortly after Belize gained its independence from the United Kingdom. In addition to the acquired responsibilities of the BMA, the Central Bank of Belize is responsible for providing economic advice to the Government of Belize (GOB), being a fiscal agent to GOB, and supervising and regulating the country’s financial

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