Association of African Central Banks (AACB)
Association des banques centrales africaines (ABCA)
1968-08-13 Accra Ghana
Established 13 Aug 1968, Accra (Ghana), on adoption by a Conference of Governors of African Central Banks of Articles of Association, which entered into force on 17 Dec 1968.
Promote cooperation in monetary, banking and financial sphere in the African region; assist in formulation of guidelines along which agreements among African countries in the monetary and financial fields shall proceed; help strengthen monetary and financial stability in the region; examine the effectiveness of international economic and financial institutions in which African countries have an interest and suggest ways of possible improvement.
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Assembly of Governors (every 2 years, rotating among the 4 sub-regions) elects President and Vice-President for 2-year term. Executive Committee, consisting of President, Vice-President and the Chairmen of each of 4 sub-regional committees. Secretariat of West African Sub-Regional Committee provided by F-XF5070 - West African Monetary Agency (WAMA); Secretariat of the North, Central, and East and Southern Committees, and of AACB itself, provided by U-XE8592 - African Centre for Monetary Studies (ACMS).
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