At a Glance
The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey is primarily responsible for steering the monetary and exchange rate policies in Turkey.
The Central Bank dates back to the Ottoman Period and today steers the Turkish economy through meticulous implementation of the duties and powers granted to it by the Central Bank Law.
The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey attaches great importance to relations with international institutions and other central banks.
Establishing effective communication with stakeholders such as investors as well as economists and analysts tracking the Turkish economy is very important for the Central Bank.