The Bank of Guyana was established by the Bank of Guyana Act No. 23 of 1965. The actual operation began on October 16. 1965 - Seven months before the United States gained political independence. The British government (on behalf of the British Caribbean Currency Board (BCCB) and the colonial members of the Trinidad and Tobago government) reached an agreement that facilitated the early establishment of the bank, disbanding the BCCB by mid-1967 and ceasing issuance after 1965 currency.
The Cooperative Republic of Guyana, referred to as Guyana, is a country in northern South America with the capital Georgetown. The currency used is the Guyanese dollar, code GYD.
Established in 1945, the Bank of Guatemala is an autonomous entity responsible for all functions of the Central Bank of Guatemala, in order to establish monetary conditions conducive to the orderly development of the national economy, both within Guatemala and internationally, to prevent communication...