Banco de España

Banco de España operates as a central bank of Spain. Its functions include defining and implementing Euro system’s monetary policy, conducting currency exchange operations, promoting the working of payment systems in Euro area, issuing legal tender banknotes, preparation and the publication of statistics relating to its functions, provision of treasury services and financial agent for government debt, adviser to the government, and preparing reports and studies. Banco de España was formerly known as The Banco Nacional de San Carlos and changed its name in 1856.

Bank Name Banco de España
Stock Exchange
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Sector Financial Services
Industry Banking
Country Spain
World Region Europe
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Website www.bde.es
Registered Year 1782

 

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