Central Banks

Bank of Greece

The Bank of Greece is the national central bank of Greece, located in Athens (Venizelos Avenue)

The Bank of Greece is the national central bank of Greece, located in Athens (Venizelos Avenue). The Bank of Greece was established in 1927 and its business officially started in 1928. The primary goal of the Greek central bank is to ensure price stability in Greece. It also oversees private banks and acts as treasurer and fiscal agent for the Greek government.
The Hellenic Republic, referred to as Greece, is a republic located in the southeastern corner of Europe and the southern tip of the Balkan Peninsula. Its capital is Athens. The currency used in Greece is the Euro (Euro).
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