National Bank of Ukraine

central bank of Ukraine

National Bank of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Національний банк України) or NBU (Ukrainian: НБУ) is the central bank of Ukraine – a government body responsible for unified state policy in the field of country's monetary circulation, including strengthening of national currency unit – hryvnia. National bank of Ukraine employe over 12,000 making it one of the leading banks. It regulates and supervises activities, functions and legal status of government and commercial banks based on principles of the Constitution of Ukraine and the law of Ukraine "About the National Bank of Ukraine".

National Bank of Ukraine
Національний банк України
Headquarters 9, Instytutska st, Kyiv, 01601
Coordinates 50°26′50″N 30°31′52″E / 50.44722°N 30.53111°E / 50.44722; 30.53111Coordinates: 50°26′50″N 30°31′52″E / 50.44722°N 30.53111°E / 50.44722; 30.53111
Established 1991
Governor Kyrylo Shevchenko[1]
Central bank of  Ukraine
Currency Hryvnia
ISO 4217 Code UAH
Reserves USD 28.802 billion
Base borrowing rate 6.5% (from Mar 05, 2021)[2]

UAH 20.20%, FE 4.80% (January 2019)[3]

Base deposit rate UAH 13.0%, FE 2.60% (January 2019)

References change

  1. Ukraine's parliament backs appointment of Kyrylo Shevchenko as NBU governor, UNIAN (16 July 2020
  2. "NBU Raises Key Policy Rate to 6,5%".
  3. "National Bank of Ukraine Official Website. Cost of term deposits". 24 January 2019. Archived from the original on 8 March 2017.