About Bank of Slovenia
The Bank of Slovenia is the central bank of the Republic of Slovenia. It was established by the Bank of Slovenia Act, adopted on 25 June 1991. It has legal personality under public law, and freely and independently disposes of its own assets. The Bank of Slovenia is under exclusive state ownership, with autonomy in finances and governance. The Bank of Slovenia’s financial statements are audited by an independent international auditor.
The Bank of Slovenia and the members of its governing bodies are independent in performing their duties pursuant to the Bank of Slovenia Act, and are not bound by the resolutions, positions or instructions of government bodies or any other bodies, and may not refer to such bodies for guidance or instructions.
Since 1 May 2004, when Slovenia joined the European Union, the Bank of Slovenia has been a member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). Slovenia joined the euro on 1 January 2007, since when the Bank of Slovenia has been part of the Eurosystem, to which responsibility for monetary policy was transferred at the same time… Continue reading about Bank of Slovenia here.