National Bank of Moldova
The National Bank of Moldova is the central bank of the Republic of Moldova and exercises its attributions as a legal, public, autonomous person responsible to the Parliament. The fundamental objective of the National Bank is the maintenance and the ensuring of prices stability.
The National Bank cooperates with the Government with a view to achieving its objectives and, pursuant to the law, undertakes the necessary measures to implement such collaboration. The National Bank periodically informs the public on the macroeconomic analysis results, the financial market dynamics and statistical information, including on money supply, the balance of payments and the situation within the foreign exchange market.
The National Bank is not subject to registration in the State Register of enterprises, or in the State Register of organizations.
The National Bank is independent in exercising its attributions established by the Law on the National Bank of Moldova and neither requires, nor receives, according to the same law, instructions from public authorities or from any other authority.
In order to achieve its attributions, the National Bank has the right to issue decisions, regulations, instructions and orders. The normative acts of the National Bank, which are compulsory for financial institutions and other legal and physical persons are published in the Official Monitor of the Republic of Moldova and come into force either on the date of their publication, or on another date stipulated in the text of the respective normative act, provided that the public is informed accordingly.