For extraordinary work with more than 20 central banks in highly challenging circumstances
Move is latest effort to enforce law in notoriously difficult banking sector
Ex-governor worked closely with new appointee in handling aftermath of massive bank theft
Major bank crime saw theft of approximately 12% of GDP in 2014
Sergiu Cioclea will have to deal with after-effects of massive bank fraud
Divided parliament must still approve ex-BNP Paribas executive
IMF staff back Moldovan central bank response to banking crisis
Both top men will stay in place "with full powers" for three months
Amount equivalent to one-eighth of GDP missing from commercial banks
IMF to take flexible approach when assessing EMs' monetary policy performance
The first strategic plan formed by the National Bank of Moldova aims to improve public perception of the central bank and strengthen the financial system
Moldova's economy grew relatively slowly in 2006. GDP increased by 4%, in comparison with 7.5% in 2005 and 7.4% in 2004.
According to the National Bank of Moldova's Annual Report 2005, economic development of the Republic of Moldova in 2005 exhibited maintained macroeconomic stability.
The National Bank of Moldova has published its Annual Report for the year ended 2004. The world economy in 2004 denoted further recovery trends: the growth rate of global economy increased for the third consecutive year and accounted for an estimate of 5…
The central bank of Moldova has diversified its foreign exchange reserve portfolio to guard against exchange rate risk, according to the ITAR-TASS news agency.
ANNUAL REPORT - The National Bank of Moldova has published its Annual Report for the year ended 2001.
FEATURE - The National Bank of Moldova denies the legitimacy of the "central bank" of the self-proclaimed "Trans-Dniester Republic". But in the breakaway republic, not recognised by any other country in the world, the Trans-Dniester Republican Bank…
MOLDOVA - The president of the National Bank of Moldova has confirmed a new policy concerning the consolidation of the banking system of the republic.
The International Monetary Fund praised Moldova's government policies on Feb. 2, 2001, and said it would disburse the next $12 million tranche in February 2001, the head of the IMF monitoring mission said. "All objectives of the programme are met,"…
Moldova's central bank said on Thursday it had cut its main interest rate for short-term and medium-term credit to 27.5% from 28.5% with immediate effect.