Central Banks

Central Bank of Iceland

The Central Bank of Iceland is an independent institution, owned by the Icelandic government, but administered independently

The Central Bank of Iceland is an independent institution owned by the Icelandic government but independently administered. The Central Bank of Iceland is responsible for the implementation of Iceland's monetary policy and performs a wide range of functions for this purpose. The main objective of monetary policy is price stability. In addition, Iceland's central bank is also obliged to contribute to the government's main economic policy objectives, as long as it does not believe this is in conflict with its own price stability objectives.
Iceland is a European island country at the confluence of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, and its currency is the Icelandic Kr, code ISK.

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