Bretton Woods institutions worried about growing divergence in capital and accounting rules
Governor Fehmi Mehmeti says economy is vulnerable but the central bank is taking action
For extraordinary work with more than 20 central banks in highly challenging circumstances
Bank of Spain has a new director-general for economics and statistics; Atlanta Fed appoints senior vice-president
Parliament narrowly votes to approve interim governor for full-time role
Deputy governor for financial supervision named as interim head
Supervisors from five other parts of former Yugoslavia joined in 2015
Regulation sets out conditions for emergency fund provision
Fund publishes special report on economic transition in the region
Inflation and economic growth rate both increase in 2011; bank lending to households rises by 17.7%
Ardian Fullani says the south-east of Europe is being held back by a lack of integration; proposes a number of areas where coordination could improve competitiveness
Two locations investigated for conducting unlicensed financial activity; materials and equipment seized after fast-moving process
Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo’s former governor Hashim Rexhepi recounts his 18-month battle with prosecuters over alleged corruption; says he will seek compensation for his ordeal
Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo former governor Hashim Rexhepi freed after European Union prosecutors end case
Kosovo selects acting head of Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo Gani Gërguri to replace former governor Hashim Rexhepi
Kosovo’s central bank governor Hashim Rexhep charged with allegedly abusing official position and receiving bribes
Kosovo central bank governor Hashim Rexhep arrested on alleged corruption charges, central bank to be investigated
Kosovo on Thursday was granted membership of the World Bank after becoming the International Monetary Fund's 186th member in May.
Unemployment remained one of the main problems and was an extremely delicate issue for Kosovo in 2007, said Gazmend Luboteni, the chairman of the governing board of the Central Banking Authority of Kosovo.
The performance of the Kosovan economy vastly improved in 2006, with growth of 3%, up from 0.3% the previous year.
According to internet news agency KosovaLive, the Kosovo government announced Wednesday 21 February that head of UNMIK Joachim Rucker has nullified the decision for the appointment of former minister of economy Ali Sadria as a member of the Steering…
This article published by VOA on Saturday 23 September says that the move to transform the Banking and Payments Authority of Kosovo into a central bank will provide more independence and regulatory authority to Kosovo's new banking system.
According to news agency KosovaLive, UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) head Joachim Ruecker signed an agreement on Wednesday 20 September by which the Banking and Payment Authority of Kosova becomes the Central Banking Authority of…
The Banking and Payment Authority of Kosova will be transformed into the Central Bank of Kosovo by the end of next year, the BPK and the Ministry of Economy and Finance were quoted as saying by KosovaLive.