Centralna bankaBosne i Hercegovine
15. December 2017., Middle
News and announcements
The CBBH Warning on Misuse of its Name in the Email Spreading the Malware Code
Governor Softić, Ph.D. and the CBBH Awarded
Deadline for Replacement of Banknotes with F 50, KM 1 and KM 5 Denominations Expires on December 31
The Household Deposits are Higher than KM 11 Billion
The World Savings Day Celebrated in the CBBH
Governor Softić Attending the Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank
The CBBH Organizes an International Conference Entitled „20 Years of Stability“
Standard & Poor’s affirmed the credit rating of BH
BH Credit Rating:
"The Determinants of Excess Liquidity in the Banking Sector of Bosnia and Herzegovina", co-authors: Elma Hasanović and Tanja Latić - Working paper (English version only), is originally published on the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies website.
„Fiscal Multipliers for Bosnia and Herzegovina“, co-authors: Dragana Stanišić and Belma Hadžihalilović-Kasumović - Working paper (English version only), is originally published on the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies website.
January - February
Report on RTGS and gyro clearing transactions, cumulative
Report on RTGS and gyro clearing transactions, November 2017
Financial Arrangements of the IMF with BH
Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina - 20 Years of Stability 1997-2017
Bulletin 2, 2017
Annual Report 2016.
Financial Stability Report 2016.
List of blocked accounts of legal entities, December 2017
Monthly Balance Sheet as of October 31, 2017
Condensed Financial Statements as of 30 September, 2017
Monthly Economic Survey, November 2016.
Financial Reports for the Year Ended 31 December, 2016
On the occasion of marking 20 years of its operations, the Central Bank of BiH (CBBH) organized an international conference entitled “20 Years of Stability”, which was held on Friday, September 22, 2017 in Sarajevo.
Access to the CBBH registries
Statistics Web portal of the CBBH
Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina maintains monetary stability by issuing domestic currency according to the Currency Board arrangement. It supports and maintains appropriate payment and settlement systems. It also co-ordinates the activities of the BH Entity Banking Agencies which are in charge of bank licensing and supervision.