Bosnian central bank joins World Bank reserves programme

Eurozone-adjacent economy looks for closer ties to the west

Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo
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The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CBBH) is joining the World Bank’s Reserves Advisory and Management Program, it announced on April 23.

Ramp will provide the central bank with the required expertise to improve its foreign exchange reserve management to “the highest international standards”, governor Jasmina Selimović said.

Ramp has more than 70 members, including several central banks, international financial institutions public pension funds and sovereign wealth funds.

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