New central bank governor is determined to put own stamp on institution
UK-based banknote provider secured new clients and transformed focus towards technology in 2018
ECB brings statistics expert from Eurostat; RBNZ creates position of manager communications
Deputy governor appointed after lawmakers reject second term for incumbent
Maja Kadievska analyses the pros and cons of distributed ledger technology
Maltese deputy will depart in June; RBI seeks replacement for SS Mundra
Central bank announces local interbank payment system will connect with Target2 via Bank of Italy
New banknote designs entering circulation feature De La Rue’s Kinetic StarChrome
Six supervisory agencies agree to share information with EBA
Developing economies stand to gain if they can harness e-commerce
Fund publishes special report on economic transition in the region
Strategic plan through 2017 commits to improvements in human capital and corporate governance
Joint initiative with the government and other state agencies aims to improve understanding of, and involvement in, the financial system; agencies will also seek to promote cross-border co-operation
Macedonia's financial system, like others in the region, has suffered thanks to international regulation leading local subsidiaries of European banks to deleverage in southeast Europe
New payment system implemented near the turn of the century created a more efficient and sophisticated industry; potential EU membership driving additional reforms
ECB's Jörg Asmussen says in Skopje that a strong EU has to be based on strong national institutions; report finds Macedonian central bank ‘equal or close to EU standards in many areas'
Dimitar Bogov lowers Macedonia’s growth forecast down from 1% to stagnation; expects gradual recovery in following years
Maja Kadievska Vojnovik says Macedonia has been spared most of the direct effects from deleveraging by European banks largely due to the ‘prudent’ funding structure of local banks
National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia unveils new research programme; hopes to improve communication to better manage expectations
Dimitar Bogov, formerly vice-governor, takes over as governor of the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia
The National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia will continue its policy of focusing on the stability of the denar, said Petar Goshev, the governor of the central bank.
The Macedonian banking system remained sound and stable last year despite the global financial turmoil, the country's central bank said in its latest Annual Report.
The global financial crisis is going to reshape the international financial architecture, said Petar Goshev, the governor of the National Bank of Macedonia.
In 2007, the Macedonia economy grew by a record amount, with GDP growth of 5.1%, says the latest Annual Report from the National Bank of Macedonia.