The Central Bank Governors' Club of the Central Asia, Black Sea Region and Balkan Countries was established in 1998 at the initiative of the Central Bank of Turkey.
The main goal of the Club is to provide its member central banks with the opportunity to regularly exchange their opinions on key aspects of the central bank operations:
- monetary policy implementation
- bank supervision
- maintaining the banking systems’ stability.
The Club’s Protocol allows for establishing working groups on studying specific areas of central bank operations and analyzing the macroeconomic situation in the region to ensure its economic and financial stability.
The next meeting of the Club of Governors of Central Banks will be held in the second half of 2022.