Banknote depicting seventeeth-century nun and poet wins International Bank Note Society accolade
Firm has leveraged its focus on official institutions, expertise in MBS, training, reporting and ESG compliance
Citizens believe government has “no real will” to fight corruption and may benefit from it
New mandate would require creation of central bank payments department
Central bank to give up clearing responsibilities to oversee new payments infrastructure
Caribbean central bank says borrowing from the domestic market could put pressure on international reserves
Central Bank of Aruba governor outlines aspects of five-year strategic plan
Fiscal policy is only tool that will contain aggregate demand, study finds
Average annual inflation in the Caribbean territory dropped from 4.4% in 2011 to 0.6% last year; says international reserves 'remained adequate'
An influx of tourists from Venezuela boosted Aruba's economy in 2007, the latest Annual Report from the country's central bank reveals.
The Central Bank of Aruba has published its Annual Report for the year ended 2001.