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Croatian National Bank
Hrvatska narodna banka
Croatian National Bank building
Croatian National Bank building
Headquarters Trg hrvatskih velikana 3,
Zagreb
Coordinates 45°48′43.59″N 15°59′3.36″E / 45.8121083°N 15.9842667°E / 45.8121083; 15.9842667
Established 21 December 1990
Governor Željko Rohatinski
Central Bank of Croatia
Currency Croatian kuna
ISO 4217 Code HRK
Website www.hnb.hr

The Croatian National Bank (Croatian: Hrvatska narodna banka, HNB; formerly Narodna banka Hrvatske, NBH) is the central bank of the Republic of Croatia.

The National Bank was established by the Constitution of Croatia which was passed by the Croatian Parliament on 21 December 1990. It is governed by the Law on the Croatian National Bank and the Parliament, and headed by the Governor (guverner) of the bank. As of October 2009, the Governor of HNB is Željko Rohatinski.

The HNB's main responsibilities are maintaining stability of the national currency, the kuna, as well as ensuring general financial liquidity within the country. HNB also issues banknotes and holds the national monetary reserves.

Governors

  • Ante Čičin-Šain (August 1990 – May 1992)
  • Pero Jurković (June 1992 – February 1996)
  • Marko Škreb (March 1996 – July 2000)
  • Željko Rohatinski (July 2000 – present)

See also

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Coordinates: 45°48′43.5″N 15°59′05″E / 45.812083°N 15.98472°E / 45.812083; 15.98472

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