National Bank of Romania

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central banking

The National Bank of Romania (Banca Națională a României) is the central bank of Romania, acting as an independent public institution. Since 2007, the National Bank of Romania is a part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). The main objective of the National Bank of Romania is to ensure and maintain price stability. Main tasks performed by the National Bank of Romania include designing and implementing the monetary policy and the exchange rate policy; conducting authorisation, regulation and prudential supervision of credit institutions, and to promote and oversee the smooth operation of the payment systems with a view to ensuring financial stability; issuance of banknotes and coins as legal tender to be used on the territory of Romania; managing the international reserves of Romania.

Bank Category

Central Banks

International Transfers

SWIFT Transfers
SEPA Credit Transfers
SEPA Instant Transfers
SEPA Direct Debits

See Also


RON (Romanian new leu)

Member Of

European System of Central Banks


Str. Lipscani nr.25,sector3, 030031, Bucuresti, Romania
(+4) 021 313 04 10

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