Central Bank of Suriname

Brief History

The Centrale Bank van Suriname is a legal person sui generis, established on 1 April 1957 by the Bank Act 1956. Since then, the institution performs a central role in the financial and economic development of Suriname. Pursuant to article 9 of this act, the central bank is entrusted, amongst other tasks, with the issuance of banknotes, management of the foreign exchange reserves and supervision (which includes anti-money laundering and terrorist financing supervision) of banks and

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