About Central Bank of Suriname
The Central Bank of Suriname (CBvS) opened its doors on April 1, 1957 and as a monetary authority has an important role to play in the economy because of its control of the money supply available for economic transactions.
The Central Bank of Suriname has the following statutory main tasks:
- the circulation of the national currency;
- stabilizing the value of the Surinamese dollar;
- acting as cashier and banker of the State;
- acting as banker of the commercial banks;
- supervising the financial sector.
The CBvS also manages the country’s international reserves and ensures that sufficient gold and foreign exchange reserves are available to meet Suriname’s necessary external payment obligations at all times… Continue reading about Central Bank of Suriname here.