Central Bank of Iceland

Central Bank of Iceland
Brief History

Established in 1961 the Central Bank of Iceland performs all traditional central banking activities. The current Central Bank Act is from 2019. The Central Bank of Iceland is an independent institution owned by the State and operating under the auspices of the Prime Minister. Its objective is to promote price stability, financial stability, and sound and secure financial activities. The Bank shall also undertake such tasks as are consistent with its role as a central bank, such as

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