National Bank of Romania
The National Bank of Romania (Romanian: Banca Naţională a României, BNR) is the central bank of Romania. It started in April 1880. It is in the capital city, Bucharest. The bank's first governor was Eugeniu Carada.
The main tasks of the National Bank of Romania are:
- to control the supply of money and its exchange with other currencies
- to control banks and make sure the economy is stable
- to make money
- to control how much money goes in and out of Romania