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Central Bank of Djibouti

 

Central Bank of Djibouti

Central Bank of Djibouti
البنك المركزي الجيبوتي
Headquarters Djibouti
Coordinates
Ownership Government of Djibouti
Governor Ahmed Osman Ali (acting)
Central bank of Djibouti
Currency Djiboutian franc
DJF (ISO 4217)
Website Official website

The Central Bank of Djibouti (French: Banque Centrale de Djibouti) is the monetary authority of Djibouti. It is responsible for managing the country's currency, the Djiboutian franc, as well as the national foreign exchange position and accounting.

Duties

Objectives of the Central Bank of Djibouti:

  • To issue and redeem notes and coins
  • To supervise, regulate and inspect any financial institution which operates in and from within Djibouti
  • To promote the financial stability and soundness of financial institutions
  • To supervise, regulate or approve the issue of financial instruments by financial institutions or by residents
  • To assist with the detection and prevention of financial crime
  • To foster close relations between financial institutions themselves and between the financial institutions and the Government
  • To manage exchange control and regulate transactions in foreign currency or gold on behalf of the Government
  • To advise and assist the Government and public bodies on banking and other financial and monetary matters
  • To perform such functions as may be necessary to fulfill the said objects

The bank is responsible to the government of Djibouti.

See also

External links

  • Official site of Banque Centrale de Djibouti(French)
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