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. The Bank is Suriname's monetary authority and functions as supervisor of the financial sector, as banker of the commercial banks, and as cashier, banker and financial advisor to the government. As the monetary authority, the Bank maintains the purchasing power of the Surinamese dollar through monetary policy measures and the accumulation of reserves. The CBvS is

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