Central Bank of Liberia
Before the year 2000, Liberia's central bank was the National Bank of Liberia. The Central Bank of Liberia, known as "CBL", was founded on 18 October 1999 by an act of the Liberian legislature, and began operations in the year 2000, at which time the National Bank of Liberia, or "NBL", was dissolved.
The first executive governor of the CBL was Mr Elie E Saleeby.
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