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The Central Bank of Egypt

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 Overview

The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) is an autonomous regulatory body, assuming the authorities and powers vested therein by Law No. 88 for 2003, and the Presidential Decree No. 65 for 2004. This part of the website highlights the core purposes of the Bank and some of the work that is undertaken to achieve them. Other parts of the website provide more information about each of the Bank's activities.

The main objectives and functions of the CBE are as follows:

Realizing price stability and ensuring the soundness of the banking system.

Formulating and implementing the monetary, credit & banking policies.

Issuing banknotes and determining their denominations and specifications.

Supervising the banking sector.

Managing the foreign currency international reserves of the country.

Regulating the functioning of the foreign exchange market.

Supervising the national payments' system.

Recording and following up on Egypt's external debt (public and private)

CBE Governors

Mr. Hassan Abdalla

18/08/2022 Till Present

Mr. Tarek Hassan Amer

27/11/2015 - 16/08/2022

Mr. Hisham Ramez

3/2/2013 -26/11/2015

Dr. Farouk El-Okdah

1/12/2003 - 31/1/2013

Dr. Mohamed Abul Eyoun

30/10/2001 - 30/11/2003

Mr. Ismail Hassan

13/10/1993 - 12/10/2001

Mr. Mahmoud Hamed

10/11/1986 - 12/10/1993

Mr. Ali Negm

31/3/1985 - 9/11/1986

Mr. Mohamed Shalaby

21/2/1982 - 31/3/1985

Mr. Mohamed Ibrahim

19/3/1976 - 4/1/1982

Mr. Ahmed Zendo

26/3/1964 - 5/2/1967

1/2/1971 - 18/3/1976

Dr. Ahmed Nazmy

5/2/1967 - 31/1/1971

Dr. Abd El-Hakim El Refaie

26/3/1960 - 25/3/1964

Dr. Abd El-Gelil El Emary

14/11/1957 - 26/3/1960

Dr. Ahmed Zaki

18/5/1951 - 30/4/1952

30/3/1956 - 23/7/1957

Mr. Mohamed Fekry

8/5/1952 - 29/3/1955

 


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