Croatian National Bank

Croatian National Bank
Brief History

The Croatian National Bank (CNB) enjoys operational autonomy and independence. The central bank’s objective is to maintain price stability. The bank’s capital is 2,500,000,000 kuna. The CNB was established in 1991 under the decree on the CNB following the independence of Croatia. The Croatian National Bank Act adopted in 2001 determined, among other things, the status, operations, ownership status, powers and organisation of the central bank and its primary objective. The central

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