Foreign Exchange Deposit Transactions


Foreign exchange deposit transactions are carried out under the guarantee of the Central Bank between those banks that are temporarily in need of foreign exchange liquidity and the banks that have excess foreign exchange liquidity, at a certain interest rate and maturity.

Banks can also borrow foreign exchange liquidity at the interest rate determined by the Central Bank. In this context, the Bank provides euro and US dollar liquidity to the banks that are members of the foreign exchange and banknotes market, within their limits.