Central Bank of Costa Rica

Central Bank of Costa Rica
Brief History

Established in January 1950 as a government owned central bank to take over central banking functions previously shared between a private commercial bank and the Banco Nacional de Costa Rica.


Rodrigo Cubero Brealey
Terms of appointment: 4 years; term began 1 August 2018.

General Manager

Pablo Villalobos Gonzalez
T: +506 2243 3150 F: +506 2243 4575
E: [email protected]


Rodrigo Cubero Brealey (President)
Elian Villegas Valverde (Minister of Finance)

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