National Bank of Ethiopia

Sub-region: 



Governor 

 Mr. Ato Teklewold ATNAFU

Headquarters Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Established 1963
Currency Birr - ETB (ISO Code )
Website www.nbe.gov.et

The Vision, Mission and Goals of the National Bank of Ethiopia

The vision, mission and goals of the National Bank of Ethiopia has emanated from the overall vision of the government which is "to see a country, wherein democracy and good governance are prevailed upon the mutual consent and involvement of its people, wherein social justice is reigned, and wherein poverty reduced and income of the citizens reach to a middle economic level".

Vision of the National Bank of Ethiopia

To be one of the strongest and most reputable central banks in Africa

Mission of the National Bank of Ethiopia

To maintain price and exchange rate stability, to foster a sound financial system and undertake such other functions as are conducive to the economic growth of Ethiopia.

Values of the National Bank of Ethiopia

A)Core value 
 Promoting financial and monetary discipline

B)Individual Values 

  • Integrity 
  • Neatness and good appearance 
  • Punctuality 
  • Team work sprit 

C)Operational Values 

  •  Commitment to Excellence Service 
  • Confidentiality 
  • Continuous Improvement 
  • Transparency 
  • Accountability 

D)Organizational Strategic Values 
Pursuit of Excellence and Professionalism

Strategic Goals

  • Goal 1: Carry out extensive and sound institutional transformation tasks
  • Goal 2: Maintain price and exchange rate stability
  • Goal 3: Maintain adequate international reserves
  • Goal 4: Improve the soundness of the financial system
  • Goal 5: Play a decisive role in economic research and policy advice to the Government
  • Goal 6: Create efficient Payment System
  • Goal 7: Improve the currency management of the Bank.

Statistics

 

  • Public Finance includes Summary of General Government Finances, General Government Revenue and Grants, General Government Current Expenditures by Economic Classification, General Government Expenditures by Functional Classifications and Summary of Regional Government Finances
  • Money and Credit includes Monetary Survey, Loan Portfolio of the Banking System, Sectoral Breakdown of Commecial Banks Claims on Non-Government Sectors, Commercial Banks Lending and Deposits, Reserve and Liquidity Position of Commercial Banks and Structure of Interest Rates.
  • External Sector includes Balance of Payments, Exports, Imports by End Use, Imports by Country of Origin, Exports by Country of Destination and Exchange Rate Developments.
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The birr

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