Central Bank of Belize

Brief History

The Central Bank of Belize was established on 1 January 1982,shortly after Belize gained independence from the United Kingdom in September 1981. The Central Bank is successor to the Monetary Authority of Belize (1976-1981) and the Board of Commissioners of Currency (1894 – 1976). The Central Bank of Belize Act of 1982 defines the Central Bank’s objectives as fostering monetary stability, especially stability of the exchange rate, and promoting credit and exchange conditions

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