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Central Bank of Turkmenistan

Central Bank of Turkmenistan
Turkmenistanyn Merkezi Banky
Central Bank of Turkmenistan on 10 Turkmenistan manat
Central Bank of Turkmenistan on 10 Turkmenistan manat
Headquarters Bitarap Turkmenistan avenue 36, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Established 1991
Governor Tuvakmammet Japarov
Central bank of Turkmenistan
Currency Turkmenistan manat
TMT (ISO 4217)
Website http://www.cbt.tm

The Central Bank of Turkmenistan is the national bank of Turkmenistan. It is located 2 kilometres south of the centre of Ashgabat and is operated by the government. It was established in 1991 and regulates the country’s banking system and supervises the national financial policy.[1]

It is located in a distinctive high rise building with a giant gold bar on the front.

Contents

  • Board 1
  • Turkmen Horse Day 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Board

The Board of the Central Bank of Turkmenistan consists of an odd number of people. This includes the Governor, who is the Chairman of the Board and several Vice-Chairmen. Tuvakmammet Japarov is the Governor since July 2011.

Turkmen Horse Day

In 2013, the Central Bank of Turkmenistan has issued a new collection of commemorative coins in honor of the Turkmen Horse Day. The gold and silver coins, called "Akhalteke horse of the Turkmen", have a value of $18. Ancient Akhal-Teke horses, known as "horses from heaven", are part of the national heritage of Turkmenistan, which is considered an international center of horse grooming.[2]

References

  1. ^ "The Central Bank of Turkmenistan implements SmartVista to strengthen its operations". BCP Group. April 9, 2009. Retrieved June 30, 2009. 
  2. ^ Barron, Lisa (21 October 2013). "New commemorative coins mark Turkmen Horse Day". Cistran Finance. Retrieved 25 October 2013. 

External links

  • Central Bank of Turkmenistan official site
  • Exterior building


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