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About

The establishment of the "Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates" under Federal Law No. (10) of 1980 in its capacity as a public institution, expanding its functions to include the work of the Currency Board - and the appointment of His Excellency Abdul-Malik Yusuf Al-Hammar as Governor of the Central Bank

The Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE) promotes financial and monetary stability, efficiency and resilience in the financial system, and the protection of consumers through effective supervision that supports economic growth for the benefit of the UAE and its people.

The Union Law No (10) of 1980 saw the establishment of the Central Bank of the UAE as a public institution. The Law No (10) also augmented the functions of the Central Bank (previously assigned to the currency board) – H.E. Abdul Malik Yousef Al Hamar appointed Governor.

1998 Anti-Money Laundering and Suspicious Case Unit (AMLSCU) was established.

2009 Financial Stability Unit was formed.

H.E Khaled Mohamed Balama appointed Governor in 2021. The merge of Insurance Authority into the Central Bank pursuant to Decretal Federal Law No. (25) of 2020 The merge of Insurance Authority into the Central Bank pursuant to Decretal Federal Law No. (25) of 2020.

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Special Products
  • Service Cards
  • Electronic licensing services
  • Financial Technology Office (Fintech)
  • Consumer Charter
  • Central Bank Deposit Certificates
  • Dirham financing
  • Dollar financing
  • Swift Scope Project
  • Plastic Cards Project
  • Ebor
  • International bank account number (IBAN)
  • Supervising payment and settlement systems
  • Supplier registration
Address

central bank of uae abu dhabi

Contacts
  • CBAUAEAA
  • +97126915555
  • https://www.centralbank.ae/
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