Central Bank of Oman

Brief History

Established in December 1974 to replace the Oman Currency Board and be principal currency authority in the sultanate, it commenced business on 1 April 1975. The Banking law was established in 1974 and amended by Royal Decree No. 114/2000.

Executive President

Tahir bin Salim bin Abdullah Al Amri
Terms of appointment: not fixed; term began in September 2017; appointed by His Majesty the Sultan.

Executive Vice President

Qais Issa Mohammed Al Yahyai (Financial Stability)
Khalfan Mohamed

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