About Bulgarian National Bank
The Bulgarian National Bank is one of the oldest national institutions, established immediately after the restoration of the Bulgarian state, on January 25, 1879, and on June 6 of the same year, the first banking operation was performed.
BNB is an independent issuing institute of the state, which reports to the National Assembly. It has a key role in the Bulgarian economy and takes care of maintaining the stability of the Bulgarian currency, as well as the strengthening and development of the country’s banking and credit system.
The independence of the BNB is guaranteed by its organizational law (ZBNB) and by the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Since January 1, 2007, the bank has been a full member of the European System of Central Banks and actively participates in decision-making in the field of banking and finance in the European Union… Continue reading about Bulgarian National Bank here.