Central Bank of Luxembourg

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Central Bank of Luxembourg
Banque Centrale du Luxembourg (in French)
Headquarters Luxembourg
Established 1998
Governor Gaston Reinesch
Central bank of Luxembourg
Succeeded by European Central Bank (1999)1
Website www.bcl.lu
1 The Central Bank of Luxembourg still exists but many functions have been taken over by the ECB.

The Central Bank of Luxembourg (French: Banque Centrale du Luxembourg, BCL) was founded in 1998, at the same time the European Central Bank was created, by laws dated 22 April and 23 December. It is part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).

The head office of the Banque Centrale du Luxembourg is located on Boulevard Royal.

See also[edit]


  • Ernest Mühlen, Monnaie et circuits financiers au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Université Internationale de Sciences Comparées, Luxembourg, 1968.
  • Roger Croisé, René Link, La législation monétaire au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg de 1815 à nos jours, Edition Lux-Numis, Luxembourg,1988, 639 p.

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