The Bank of Israel is the central bank of the State of Israel. It sets and conducts monetary policy, holds and manages the country's foreign exchange reserves, regulates and supervises the banking system, advises the government on economic matters, provides banking services to the government, operates a system of information and statistics on Israel's economy, regulates the country's payment and settlements systems, and issues the country's currency, i.e., banknotes and coins.
|Key people||Amir Yaron (Governor)|
|Head office||Bank of Israel Street, Jerusalem|
ID: 1607. Updated: 11.10.2022
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