National Bank of Rwanda

Brief History

The National Bank of Rwanda was established in 1964. The mission of the National Bank of Rwanda is to maintain price stability, enhance and maintain a stable and competitive financial system, and support the government’s general economic policies. To achieve its mission, the central bank shall:
• Define and implement monetary policy;
• Organise, supervise and regulate the foreign exchange market;
• Supervise and regulate activities of the banks and other
financial institutions;

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