Broad-based drop in prices prompts 25bp rate cut
For extraordinary work with more than 20 central banks in highly challenging circumstances
Tolkunbek Abdygulov spent a brief period as deputy prime minister
Appointments in Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka and Basel
Reforms are needed to strengthen the legal basis of the bank and improve monetary policy traction
Central bank plans to support borrowers with foreign currency exposures
NBKR fears instability if systems and oversight not upgraded
Central bank responds to requests from scholars and students
NBKR running ahead of government plans on financial literacy
New deputies take office at Greek and Kyrgyz central banks
Jenish joins from the American University of Central Asia
Dewatripont replaces Masai at NBB; RBA promotes Heath as Kearns leaves
Former central bank economist returns as acting governor
Zina Asankojoeva leaves due to 'family circumstances'
In the wake of Kazakhstan’s devaluation, the central banks in Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine are forced to issue public statements backing the value of their currencies
Governor of the Kyrgyz central bank talks of efforts to maintain stability in the face of corruption, limited financial inclusion and a spat over the Kumtor gold mine
Interview: Zina Asankojoeva
World Gold Council says central banks bought 254.2 tonnes of gold in the first half of 2012; Kazakhstan, the Philippines, Ukraine and Guatemala among the countries that added to reserves
Four new female governors takes worldwide total to 12; Central Bank Directory also notes 4.1% increase in central bank staff in European Union
In 2007, the National Bank of Kyrgyz Republic raised rates and improved its policy instruments due to the global rise in commodity prices, said Marat Alapaev, the governor of the central bank in its latest Annual Report.
Financial supervision in the Krygyz Republic developed in 2006 as the central bank continued its implementation of the core principles of the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision.
The IMF Working Paper "The role of seasonality and monetary policy in inflation forecasting" suggests a new econometric approach for jointly determining inflation forecasts and monetary policy stances, particularly where seasonal fluctuations of economic…
According to the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic's Annual Report 2005, despite the slowing down of the economy in 2005, the monetary policy of the National Bank enabled to ensure low inflation.
Kyrgyzstan's parliament on Thursday 18 May approved by majority vote the appointment of Marat Alapayev as chairman of the National Bank of Kyrgyz Republic, RIA Novosti reported.