Central Bank of Cuba

Brief History

Established (as Banco Nacional de Cuba) in 1950, reorganised in 1961, 1966, 1975 and 1984. Re-established in 1997 as the Central Bank of Cuba, a state bank, with monetary and foreign exchange authority.


Marta Sabina Wilson González (Ms)
Terms of appointment: appointed by the Council of the State; term began in December 2019.

First Vice President

Francisco Mayobre Lence
T/F: +53 7 862 2616

Vice Presidents

Katerine Aliño Carballo (Ms) (Financial Institutions)

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