Bank of Estonia

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Brief History

The bank was first established in 1919 and was then re-established on 1 January 1990. Since 1 January 2011, the national central bank has been an integral part of the Eurosystem. The primary objective of Bank of Estonia is to contribute to price stability within the euro area. A stable price level is maintained with the help of the single monetary policy, which is formulated by all the Eurosystem members.

Supervisory Board

The Riigikogu appointed the current Supervisory Board of

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