Central Bank of Iceland
Central Bank of Iceland logoThe Central Bank of Iceland (Seðlabanki Íslands) is the central bank of Iceland. The Bank is owned by the Icelandic government, and is administered by a governor and a seven-member supervisory board. The main objective of the Central Bank is to ensure price stability.

Seðlabanki Íslands undertakes standard central banking tasks, such as maintaining external reserves and promoting an efficient and safe financial system, including payment systems domestically and with foreign countries. It is also responsible for the issue of notes and coin, exchange rate matters and other duties.
Headquarter Reykjavík, Iceland
Key people Dr. Mar Gudmundsson (Governor)
Head office Kalkofnsvegi 1, 150 Reykjavík
Phone (+354) 569 9600
Fax (+354) 569 9604
Official site www.cb.is Website
SWIFT Code SISLISRE
Founded 1885
ID: 1771. Updated: 15.07.2019
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