Central Bank of Swaziland
|Headquarters||Mahlokohla St., Mbabane|
|Established||1 April 1974|
|Central bank of||Swaziland|
SZL (ISO 4217)
The Central Bank of Swaziland (Swazi: Umntsholi Wemaswati), is the central bank of Swaziland. It was established in April 1974 and is based in capital Mbabane. According to the bank's website, the bank's mission is to promote monetary stability and foster a stable and sound financial system. Among the bank's responsibilities are managing Swaziland's foreign exchange position and safeguarding the country's foreign reserves of cash. The bank conducts weekly auctions of 91-day Swazi treasury bills, through "primary dealer" Swazi banks.The current governor is Majozi V. Sithole.
- Swazi Bank
- Standard Bank Swaziland
- First National Bank Swaziland
- Nedbank Swaziland
- Swaziland Building Society
- "Central Bank of Swaziland: Mission". Archived from the original on 2007-03-28. Retrieved 2007-05-03.
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