Mission and Functions

  • Posted on: 12 July 2012
  • Updated on: 7 September 2012
  • By: ANGOLA

In accordance with the law of the National Bank of Angola law No. 15 of August 1610, repealing Act No. 697, of 11 July, the National Bank of Angola, is a legal person of public law, administrative and financial autonomy and equity. It has its headquarters in Luanda, and delegations in other parts of the country, as well as any forms of representation abroad.

The National Bank of Angola, as a central bank and issuer, has as its main functions to ensure the preservation of the value of the national currency and participate in the definition of the monetary, financial and exchange rate policies.

It is the National Bank of Angola on implementation, monitoring and control of monetary policies, exchange rates and credit, the payment system management and administration of the rolling stock in the country's economic policy.

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