Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo

Central Bank of Kosovo
Shkumbin Saneja
Brief History

The Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo (CBK) (a successor of the Banking and Payment Authority of Kosovo) was established with the approval of the Law N0.03/L-209 on “Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo” by the Kosovo Assembly in July 2010, revoking the old CBK Law N0.03/L-074. The primary objective of the central bank is to foster and maintain a stable financial system, including a safe, sound and efficient payment system. An additional objective of the central bank, which

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